Use the create-http-listener subcommand or the create-network-listener subcommand in remote mode to create a listener. These subcommands provide backward compatibility and also provide a shortcut for creating network listeners that use the HTTP protocol. Behind the scenes, a network listener is created as well as its associated protocol, transport, and HTTP configuration. This method is a convenient shortcut, but it gives access to only a limited number of options. If you want to specify the full range of listener options, follow the instructions in To Create an Internet Connection.
Ensure that the server is running.
Remote subcommands require a running server.
If needed, restart the server.
If you edit the special HTTP network listener named admin-listener, you must restart the server for changes to take effect. See To Restart a Domain.
This example creates an HTTP listener named sampleListener that uses a non-default number of acceptor threads. Security is not enabled at runtime.
asadmin> create-http-listener --listeneraddress 0.0.0.0 --listenerport 7272 --defaultvs server --servername host1.sun.com --acceptorthreads 100 --securityenabled=false --enabled=false sampleListener Command create-http-listener executed successfully.
This example a network listener named sampleListener that is not enabled at runtime:
asadmin> create-network-listener --listenerport 7272 protocol http-1 --enabled=false sampleListener Command create-network-listener executed successfully.
You can also view the full syntax and options of the subcommand by typing asadmin help create-http-listener or asadmin help create-network-listener at the command line.