Helps to modify an existing network listener.


asadmin [asadmin-options] set-network-listener-configuration [--help]
[--target target]


The set-network-listener-configuration subcommand modifies an existing network listener.

If you edit the admin-listener network listener, you must restart the server for the changes to take effect. The Administration Console will not tell you that a restart is required in this case.



Options for the asadmin utility. For information about these options, see the asadmin help page.


Displays the help text for the subcommand.


The IP address or the hostname (resolvable by DNS).


The port on which the network listener is going to be listening.


Port range which the network listener can bind to.


The name of the thread pool for this listener. Specifying a thread pool is optional. The default is http-thread-pool.


The name of the protocol for this listener.


The name of the transport for this listener. Specifying a transport is optional. The default value is tcp.


If set to true, the default, the listener is enabled at runtime.


If enabled, the network listener will become an Apache mod-jk listener. The default value is false.


Creates the network listener only on the specified target. Valid values are as follows:


Creates the network listener on the default server instance. This is the default value.


Creates the network listener in the specified configuration.


Creates the network listener on all server instances in the specified cluster.


Creates the network listener on the specified standalone server instance.



The name of the network listener.


Example 1 Modifying a Network Listener

The following command modifies a network listener named sampleListener:

asadmin set-network-listener-configuration --dynamic true --enabled=false --listenerport 8080 sampleListener

Command set-network-listener-configuration executed successfully.