I forgot to mention that I have hacked and slashed all the xml configuration files where "localhost:port" have been listed with a "static IP:port" but the application still only launches via the "localhost:port".
I am new to JBoss/Tomcat but I sure its a simple fix, it just eludes me.
Do you want port 8080? That is the default port for Tomcat in JBoss.
When you start Jboss and want to bind to a praticular IP address,
run --host=ipaddress where ipaddress is the ipaddress of the box where you are running.
That was just the fix I needed. The JBoss I am working with is a major customization of an older version running on a unusual port, the IP and port in the post were not the real ones.
Thanks again, both installs are working great!
Could you suggest a lean book on JBoss configuration. By lean I mean something straight to the point, more advanced type of reading.
Your best bet will be the admin guide.
If somebody in the community is interested in preparing a cheatsheet, you are welcome to place it on the wiki.