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From Venkata Surapaneni <vsurapan...@imedx.com>
Subject RE: Tomcat 5.5.23 installation issues
Date Mon, 18 Apr 2011 18:28:33 GMT

0) Is there any particular reason to use that version?
        There is no particular reason to use this version. I just need to stick to Tomcat
5 and so I downloaded the latest version available.
1) Port 8080 may be bound to localhost rather than all ports.  netstat -an | find "8080" will
tell you.  If it is, change Tomcat's server.xml appropriately.
        I tried the same by configuring on 80 port also. But the result is same. And no other
application is using this port.
2) You may need to open up port 8080 on the firewall
        I need to try this but I am not sure if it will blocked with in the same network.
But quite possible as this is in production network.

Thank you so much.


-----Original Message-----
From: peter.crowther3@googlemail.com [mailto:peter.crowther3@googlemail.com] On Behalf Of
Peter Crowther
Sent: Monday, April 18, 2011 11:38 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Tomcat 5.5.23 installation issues

On 18 April 2011 11:48, Venkata Surapaneni <vsurapaneni@imedx.com> wrote:

>                I have installed Tomcat 5.5.23 on Windows 2008,32 bit
> and Java 1.6.0_23 . The installation completed fine.
>
> When I typed in localhost:8080 on the web page Tomcat home page is
> displayed indicating that Tomcat installation is done.
>
> But when I type the ip address of the machine like 10.4.2.10:8080
> instead of local host, Tomcat home page is not displayed.
>
> I thought it may be something related to the host mapping and checked
> the hosts file in etc folder and it doesn't seem to have anything
> extra configured except the default.
>
> Any idea why Tomcat is not working with the IP address?
>
> 0) Is there any particular reason to use that version?

1) Port 8080 may be bound to localhost rather than all ports.  netstat -an | find "8080" will
tell you.  If it is, change Tomcat's server.xml appropriately.

2) You may need to open up port 8080 on the firewall.

- Peter

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