2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 22, 2017 10:02 AM by Priyanka Tyagi

    JBoss Console in Web Browser

    vijaya sree Newbie

      HI,

       

      1. We are using Jboss EAP_6.1, Jboss console from browser is not getting displayed. The port for http is 8080 is listening and bind address is set to server ip but the console page is not getting displayed on any of the browsers. The URL used is http://<ip-address:8080>.

       

      2.When trying to invoke same jboss console from command line using jconsole.sh, unable to connect using credentials; Tried using default credential admin, but didnt help; Hence created new user using add user.sh and tried connecting using that user but this way also didnt help.

       

      Could someone help on how to connect to jboss console?

       

      Regards,

      jyotirma

        • 1. Re: JBoss Console in Web Browser
          Priyanka Tyagi Newbie

          To access the JBoss admin console, use URL http://localhost:9990

          You need to add user also by running ./add-user.sh script.

          • 2. Re: JBoss Console in Web Browser
            Priyanka Tyagi Newbie

            2.When trying to invoke same jboss console from command line using jconsole.sh, unable to connect using credentials; Tried using default credential admin, but didnt help; Hence created new user using add user.sh and tried connecting using that user but this way also didnt help.

             

            To connect to Jboss using jconsole.sh script,  use remote connection URL "service:jmx:remoting-jmx://10.10.10.10:9999"  where 10.10.10.10 is an example for IP address. You need to change it though.

             

            If jconsole.sh script and jboss both are running on the same machine or on localhost, you can connect directly without any URL or user password.