You can edit the existing HTTP Listener settings by performing the following tasks:
Click Virtual Servers tab under a Server Configuration, for editing an existing HTTP Listener setting.
Click HTTP Listeners sub tab to view the list of configured HTTP Listeners
Under the Listener Name table column, click HTTP Listener you need to edit the setting.
You can edit both the general and security related settings for the HTTP Listener.
Click General tab to edit basic and advanced HTTP Listener settings. Configure the following options:
Name — Name for the new HTTP Listener
Port — Port for the HTTP Listener to bind and listen for incoming HTTP requests.
IP Address — A Valid IPv4 or IPv6 address. “*” implies that the HTTP Listener will listen to all IP addressed for the configured port.
Server Name — Enter the server name E.g. sales.mycomp.com
Select the Configure Advanced Settings option under the Advanced section to edit HTTP Listener advanced settings. Configure the following options:
Acceptor Threads — Number of threads dedicated to accept connections received by this listener. Accepted values are 1 to 128.
Protocol Family — The protocol used by the listener. Do not modify this value. Default is HTTP.
Listen Queue Size — Maximum size of the operating system listen queue backlog.
Receive Buffer Size — Size (in bytes) of the operating system socket receive buffer.
Send Buffer Size — Size (in bytes) of the operating system socket send buffer.
Blocking I/O — Determines if the HTTP listener socket is in the blocking mode. Disabled by default.