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Jboss/Tomcat Behind router

sajeev varghese

Joined: Jan 27, 2006
Posts: 14

I have a web application deployed in Jboss. Accessing http://localhost:8080 && http://<system IP in LAN >:8080 works fine. But when i use the ip provide by By ISP
http://< IP from ISP >:8080 it doesnt work. I have done port forwarding in the router configuration to 8080 for the System IP. Tested port forwarding & its OK.
How can i access the web application from outside network [internet].

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Francesco Marchioni
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Joined: Sep 22, 2003
Posts: 194
have you verified you don't have any firerwall activated on the machine you are running jBoss ?
if you try "traceroute" to the JBoss machine can you reach it ?


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