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How to make Wildfly server to accept on port 80  RSS feed

 
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Hello. I spent hours to make Wildfly (8.0) accept connection on 80 http port.
I tried:
- Modifing iptables to set rules to redirect 80 to 28080 (it is used instead of default 8080) by adding:

No luck.
- Modifing standalone.xml at <JBOSS>/standalone/configuration/ to accept 80 port on http socket-binding

No luck too.
All manuals are for jboss7 and I didn't get how to use it.
Help:)
 
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