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Can't access /admin on new JabberGuest deployment

I just stood up my first JabberGuest server. I have given the device its static ip by modifying its network.config file and reboot. I can ping and ssh into the box. However, I can't access the admin interface via https.


What am I missing? I am sure its something simple.




Cisco Employee

Hi Richard,Are you getting an

Hi Richard,

Are you getting an error or other information back when you try to access the admin interface?  As long as you are using the URL as specified in the docs it should just come up.


New Member

I am accessing https://xxx

I am accessing and I receive a Error Connection Refused in Chrome.


Cisco Employee

I'm not quite sure what is

I'm not quite sure what is going wrong here.  Are you able to bring up the Jabber Guest web client?


New Member

No, I cannot. I viewed the

No, I cannot. 

I viewed the running services and I see Jabber Guest running on 8000, I also see Tomcat- as running.

I did a netstat -tuplen and received the following

tcp        0      0 :::8443                     :::*                        LISTEN      0          10740      1182/java
tcp        0      0 ::ffff:SERVERIP:5060      :::*                        LISTEN      0          10807      1182/java
tcp        0      0 ::ffff:       :::*                        LISTEN      0          10810      1182/java
tcp        0      0 ::ffff:SERVERIP:5061      :::*                        LISTEN      0          10809      1182/java
tcp        0      0 :::8009                     :::*                        LISTEN      0          10742      1182/java



Any ideas?


Disclaimer - I'm a novice linux user.


New Member

I blew away the vm and re

I rebuilt the VM and all is well.