1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 28, 2002 6:23 PM by Paul Casanova

    Protecting 8082

    Dale Bronk Newbie

      How do I protect port 8082 (password, etc.)? I don't want the world to be able to muck around with my mbeans.

      Thanks,
      Dale

        • 1. Re: Protecting 8082
          Paul Casanova Newbie

          Hey Dale,

          If you are using JBoss 3.0 or higher, port 8082 is closed off apparently, and use this path instead:
          http://localhost:8080/jmx-console/index.jsp
          This is cool because you can implement your own security here (session tracking etc).

          If you are using JBoss 2.4, unzip the attached file, and add the following to the bottom of your jboss.jcml file under JBoss Server Management:









          Obviously you need to change the username and password!!

          Good luck with it. I was amazed that this wasn't standard.