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    Bshah,
    Keep in mind that when a port is not specified the default one 80 will
    be accessed. If you do not have a web server running on this machine
    (or it is listening on other port than 80), you can setup your admin
    console to listen to port 80 and access it without specifying a port.
    To do that go into the admin console
    Application Servers --> server1 (or whatever) --> Ports -->
    WC_adminhost
    and change the port from 9061 to 80.
    Restart WAS and Voila!
    Let me now if any problems.
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    after i follow the instruction...
    now my Admin Console can't access be open by
    http://localhost:9060/ibm/console
    or
    http://localhost/ibm/console
    can somebody help me...

  2. Re: need a big help here....

    On Feb 15, 7:32*am, Wibby wrote:
    > after i follow the instruction...
    > now my Admin Console can't access be open byhttp://localhost:9060/ibm/console
    > orhttp://localhost/ibm/console


    An admin console does a redirection to a secure connection which is
    9043 by default so your console may be still available under
    https://localhost:9043/ibm/console.
    Because of that If you want to have the console available without a
    port number then you have to change WC_adminhost_secure port to 443
    instead and use https://localhost/ibm/console to access it.
    Also you have to keep in mind that if you change any WC_adminhost or
    WC_adminhost_secure you also have to make sure there is an alias for
    that port configured in virtual hosts: Environment -> Virtual Hosts -
    > admin_host -> Host Aliases (you can add new one or change the

    existing one).

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    Michal
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    IBMís positions, strategies or opinions.

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