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Changing the Web console port of Virtualization Manager

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Created by Jellouie Maligalig, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

By default, VMAN uses port 80. Complete the following steps to use a different port.

Environment

  • VMAN 6.1 and later

Steps

  1. Login to VMAN CLI using SSH client (PUTTY).
  2. Navigate to /usr/share/tomcat/conf/.
  3. Create a backup of the server.xml file.
  4. Edit the server.xml file using vi or another text editing tool.
  5. Look for the following entry:
     ***
    <!-- Regular HTTP service: iptables is used to reflect this on port 80 -->
        <Connector port="8080" protocol="HTTP/1.1"
                   connectionTimeout="20000"
                   redirectPort="443" />
    ***
  6. Edit the "connector port" to the port you want VMAN to use.
  7. Save the changes and restart the Tomcat service.

 

 

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