it's possible you have already something else running on port 80 (e.g. web server, web service or something else)
Did you try loading the URL in your browser?
it's possible you have already something else running on port 80
yes the webserver is running on port 80, but that is exactly the questioned behavior, all traffic between client and server shall be over only one port, since the firewall has only one open port for incoming traffic, the http port 80.
you need to either stop the web server or open another port such as 8080.
or use the servlet transport. this is documented on the wiki then you can share the port with other traffic
so two services on the same port won't work, well that's expected, but is there although no way of just sending and receiving messages over port 80, but letting the actual service run on another port?
if i use the http-transport it uses per default port 4458, for the connector-service, to could that somehow be forwarded, tunneled or something like that to use port 80?
as i showed in my first post in previous releases it was possible to let jboss use port 80 for the messages, even if the webserver is running on that port, so in short it was possible to make a few config entrys and the whole server was transfering all of it's data over a single port
oh, ok thanks timfox you probably answered my question since i was writing my last reply
Hi a s,
I'm currntly working on JBoss 4.0.5, and would like the whole client-server communication to work on port 80,
I have understand from your post that you were able to do so on JBoss 4.x.
Could you post a step by step quick to do list, to make it work.
I'll appreciate it very much if you'll reply.
My main problem is getting the JMS to work on port 80.