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Thank you for taking the time to read this post in advance and hopefully you will be able to help me with my minor problem.
So right now I have configured an Amazon Web Service(AWS) instance to have Maven and JBoss and all of the other necessary packages installed on it. On the original Instance, I was able to execute a command:
./standalone.sh -b 0.0.0.0 -bmanagement 0.0.0.0 -c standalone-full.xml
and through that command, I was able to start my server and then login through the admin console with : ec2-xxxx-xxx:9990 and I would see the login information and bam, I'm in.
Now, since I do not want to do this everytime when create a new instance, I've created an AMI through this instance and for testing purposes, I tried starting the server, which works, but now when I try to go to my browser and enter ec2-xxx-xxxx:9990, I am unable to reach the console page.
Does anyone know why this is happening? Or how to get around this? Please describe in detail if you can.
I was able to fix it, guys. thanks for the advice and help. the issue was with the security group. i thought i connected it to the same one i had with the original, but i had chosen a different one that did not have the port 9990 open.