Jboss Naming Service not started

Posted on 2010-01-05
Last Modified: 2013-11-24
Hi.  I am running Jboss 5.1.0.GA and am having trouble starting the JNDI Naming Service.

It certainly appears to have started from looking at the console.

The NamingService bean has a text state of "started" and the port is 1099.

However, I can't connect to jnp://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:1099 from my client program and a netstat on the box where the server is running does not show any port 1099 in use.

Thx for the help!!
Question by:langal7
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    Expert Comment

    can you post server startup log.
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    Accepted Solution

    1) do you have firewall running on your system
    2) Have you enabled this port to accept external requests

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    Expert Comment

    just ping on that port number from the external machine to check the same.


    Author Closing Comment


    Was a firewall problem.  Apparently I should have done a "netstat -n" to verify that the port was listening...

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