Access data for WordPress Multisite

Username
user
Password
bitnami
If the instance was launched through the Bitnami Launchpad for AWS Cloud, the password will have been created on first boot of the instance. Follow these instructions on how to retrieve it.

Login to the admin console.

You should change the default credentials on first login.

Access phpMyAdmin

For security reasons, this URL is only accesible using localhost (127.0.0.1) as the hostname. Visit our quick guide to learn how to connect to the phpMyAdmin application. After following the steps in our guide, you can access it here.

System Access Data

To access the machine via SSH you need to follow the instructions in the documentation.

Username
bitnami

IMPORTANT

WordPress Multisite requires that you use different domain names for each site. Accessing your server via IP address will not work in some browsers. You can learn how to configure domains on your own machine for testing in the "How to configure WordPress Multisite" section.

Do you need help?

A Quick Start Guide and FAQs for WordPress Multisite are available in the Bitnami Documentation.

If you can't find an answer to your question there, post to our active Community forums.

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