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Default How to open port 8080 in Redhat Linux ?

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   I think the firewall has block the Tomcat in Linux from communicating with outside using port 8080. So how do I open it ?
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Try logging in as root and using the lokkit firewall tool.
Type in lokkit and then choose Custom level and put a * in HTTP and 8080 in the other section. That should open up the port 8080.

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