What you mean by disable?
Removing the deploy folder? Or setting passwords?
What messages do you get if you select jmx-console on the localhost:8080 start page?
Why I say "disabled":
When I access the page "http://<ip>:8080/jmx-console" I get that the website is not available.
About the jmx deploy folders:
If I look into "<jbosshome>/server/default/deploy" folder I can see the following:
So they don't disable it by removing these folders obviously.
About the password:
I remember when it was enabled (because I used to access the console page through a browser, using the url mentioned at the beginning)
I accessed using the "admin" user and password
Thanks hope to be clear
How do you start JBoss?
Do you see the common startpage if you use <ip>:8080 ?
Do you have any ERROR or WARN in your log if you start? Because if you disable http complete you will have deployment failure for the jmx-console.
I start jboss using this command: "sh <jbosshome>/bin/run-debug.sh -Duser.timezone=UTC --host=<ip1>"
If I use "<ip1>:8080" I get that the website is not available too.
No, I don't see any warn related to the jmx console, I access the server using ssh and if I execute the command "netstat -anp | grep 8080" I don't get results so the port 8080 is bever openned by the server.
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Sounds like that you change the 8080 port via binding-service-beans.xml or direct within the jbossweb.sat/server.xml.
Thank you so much. As you say the port was changed from 8080 to 6201 using "binding-service-beans.xml". The console was never disabled, I was wrong.