Ganache Proxy Server

I am following this tutorial but when I get to the point where I am supposed to connect Moralis to my local ganache instance, I can’t continue because my moralis server does not have a “Ganache Proxy Server” tab… Halp?

Thanks in advance :slight_smile:

It has been renamed to “Devchain Proxy Server”, can you see that?

In that tab you should see 2 configs, one for hardhat and one for Ganache. You can copy the one that’s right below “Ganache”.

When I open my moralis server details, I only see “Server Details” and “Email Configuration” and no reference to Devchain

What is your server version? Can you click update/restart button to make sure you’re using the latest version? (0.0.189)

It was 0.0.187, I updated to 0.0.189 and refreshed the page but still no proxy server config tab :thinking:

Hmm, is it possible that the server is setup for the mainnet or a testnet? Can you try creating a new server and select Local Dev Chain.

Ah I see - In the first page of the tutorial it says we need to start a server on the Mainet net:

Thank you! :slight_smile:

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Glad that it works. And thanks for the feedback.
We’ll see if we can make this more clearer :slight_smile:

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Hi Erno, maybe you can help me out. I use Ganache locally for testing… What is this Ganache proxy server about? Why would I need it ? Thanks a lot ! I am a bit confused what this Ganache proxy server settings is about…
Thanks a lot in advance!

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To interact with your local ganache, you need to establish a connection with the server and the ganache. Otherwise, you won’t be able to track real-time data with moralis for example. If you are having troubles setting it up, you can also try connecting it using moralis-admin-cli, which you can learn more about at the bottom of the page at

Thanks, I had this problem too. Is there an option to change the Server from Main net to localDev chain after its been created?

Hey @Jargo!
Unfortunately you can not change the network of a server after it is created.
Doing so would corrupt any existing data in the database because the data is within the context of a specific network.
The best thing to do at the moment would be to create a new server and just copy the cloud functions over to that one.