Use the --host iface startup option to specify that all network interfaces should be using the given iface. The UDP bind_addr is only one piece of several layers when considering an ha lookup and access of an ejb.
That worked :oD Thanks alot!
I'm interesting in knowing how it worked :) I have the same problem (I posted also something on that subject. See http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&t=60168 ). However, the --host parameter didn't really solved my problem, as it seems to force all sockets to be attached to a specific network interface, it means UDP and clients ports. As a result, when I try to open a connection with my client hosted on a PC in the public network, no connection is possible.
Beside, when I use this parameter (--host), the standard shutdown command (jboss_init_redhat.sh) doesn't work properly. I have to "kill -15" the JBoss process.
Is there something I do wrong ?
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