How to access the server using ipaddress instead of local host
posted 10 years ago
I have jBoss server instace running on the port 8060. The server is accessing using http://localhost:8060 but unable to access using http://<ipaddress>:8060. I want access this using ipconfig so that the people from other systems in the lan can also accss the server.
Could you please let me know whether I need to start any services in window to do this happen.
Here are some things that you can try to help us narrow down the problem (these are all things we would do if we were sitting at your system, but since we aren't you have to be our hands and eyes):
Check your firewall (on the host running JBoss AS, on the PC running IE, and in between), and make sure that no firewalls are blocking access. (By the way, could you please describe what the network looks like between the system running IE and the system running JBoss AS.)
Run TCPView on the host running JBoss AS and ensure that port 6080 is open.
I saw that this post is old, but it is very helpful yet. I was on the same problem, I was not getting connection on my web server using JBoss WidlFly 8.2 in my Android Device. I searched a lot on the Internet about it, but without success.
When I started my wild fly server, a just need to add "-b " and my machine's IP address as mentioned earlier here, so: ./bin/standalone.sh -b 192.168.0.101 for add an interface for the access the server through network and on the android device I use 192.168.0.101:8080 + my web server's address. It works!
Thanks by knowledge shared by you.
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