I have (as I guess) a rather basic problem with setting up JBoss 5.1 on a virtual server running Debian 5.0. JBoss is up and running but not accessible from outside of localhost. I can access a deployed application via lynx from the ssh of the server (http://localhost:8080/sample/), but not from outside. The port is closed.
"nmap localhost" results in:
But running nmap with the name of the server results in:
Thats all, other ports are closed. The following is the JBoss-entry for "ps ax":
There is no firewall configured, at least no iptable-rules.
Probably there is some basic configuration issue either in my network settings regarding the server (but I can think of none) or in jboss itself. When Installing JBoss I basically followed the "unzip and run" style tutorials, so there was no kind of configuration file manipulated. It runs with the default configuration, only the hostname for the http-invoker (tomcat) in jboss-service.xml was set. Maybe there is some other configuration file I have to adapt?
If this problem was already discussed in this forum I would be glad if somewone would point me to the corresponding thread.