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Port(8082) Problem on JBoss

Posted on 2008-10-30
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Hi,

I have a JBoss server running on a Windows 2003 machine (gbi-test) on  port 8082..However, when I telnet to the box i get the following error message:

D:\Documents and Settings\de043034>telnet gbi-test 8082
Connecting To gbi-test...Could not open connection to the host, on port 8082: Co
nnect failed

When i do the same for Tomcat on port 8080..it works fine..How can I open the port 8082..? I have admin. privileges on the box

Thanks
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ramazanyich earned 500 total points
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By default jboss server (beginning from version 4.2.x I suppose) binds TCP daemons to the localhost.
If you want to bind to all addresses on your machine then you need to provide -b 0.0.0.0 parameter to run.bat:
>run.bat -b 0.0.0.0

In that case jboss will bind tcp daemons to all IP addresses on your host
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by:aralvare
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are you sure is not port 8280 ?

It should be if you configured ports-02 in your server.xml
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by:pdurbha
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I  understand there is a bug in the cargo deploy plugin that doesn't allow deployment of an EAR into a remote JBoss server..could you suggest any alternatives?..I am looking at FTP as the only other option
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