Each virtual server in the HTTP service provides network connections through one or more HTTP listeners. For general information about the HTTP service and HTTP listeners, see What Is the HTTP Service?.
The Application Server supports CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) objects, which use the Internet Inter-Orb Protocol (IIOP) to communicate across the network. An IIOP listener accepts incoming connections from remote clients of EJB components and from other CORBA-based clients. For general information on IIOP listeners, see IIOP Listeners.
With the Admin Console, perform the following tasks:
Create a new HTTP or IIOP listener, and specify the security it uses.
Modify the security settings for an existing HTTP or IIOP listener.
See Admin Console Tasks for Listeners and JMX Connectors for details on these tasks.