jboss server in lan?

Posted on 2009-05-28
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Last Modified: 2013-12-02
I've created a small webapp struts project and have an ear file with ant scripts, installed jboss and pasted this ear file into the deploy folder, all good works fine in my machine at http://localhost:8080/strutsbl
would like to access this project from another computer in my work place, have read many forums could not understand much, is there a way to solve this?

thanks for the reply
Question by:shakeer_m
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ramazanyich earned 375 total points
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by default jboss binds to localhost address.
If you want to bind to all interfaces startt jboss using following command:
>run.bat -b
or on UNIX
>run.sh -b

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