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From "Caldarale, Charles R" <>
Subject RE: tomcat connection prob.
Date Wed, 04 Jan 2006 06:11:20 GMT
> From: issac young [] 
> Subject: Re: tomcat connection prob.
> the problem now is .. how can i expose my tomcat server to 
> other PCs in my network ???

By default, Tomcat listens on all IP addresses configured for the box,
unless you've added an address attribute to the <Connector> tag you're
using.  Try doing 
   netstat -anb -p tcp
while Tomcat is running and see who's listening to what.  You should see
something like this:

Active Connections
 Proto  Local Address    Foreign Address   State       PID
 TCP         LISTENING   3336
 TCP         LISTENING   3336
 TCP         LISTENING   3336

among other entries.  The Tomcat ones should show whatever port numbers
you have configured (default is 8005, 8009, and 8080); the one for 8005
should be using IP address, the others (i.e., any IP

Can you ping your server from other workstations on the network?

 - Chuck

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