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here are the steps to change the listening port (in 188.8.131.52)
- Connect to OEG using Policy Studio
- Click on "Edit Active Configuration"
- Under "Services", find the default services, and you'll see a listener for port 8080 there. Right-click to edit this.
- Change the port from 8080 to your desired port. Note that if you've installed the software and running it as a non-root user on Linux, then it will not have permission to bind to a low-number port (like port 80 for instance)
- Now deploy your change (for 184.108.40.206 hit F6 or click on the "deploy" button which is towards the right of the toolbar in Policy Studio).
- You may also choose to version your configuration at this point (click on "version" which is beside the "deploy" button and enter a comment about your version).
Now verify that OEG is listening on your new port. You can see it bind to the new port by looking at the trace [Connect a browser to port 8090 on OEG, login as admin or another user who has rights to view the trace, then click on "Trace"].
It's a usual practice to configure a new listener on SSL (e.g. on port 443) then to delete that pre-configured port 8080 listener, if you want to only receive traffic over SSL.
Thanks for the information. That's very helpful! Following the steps, I make it works.
Then my question is what's the port for the Default Services in the gateway's Profile Repository for? what I am referring here is the port under Oracle Enterprise Gateway - Dashboard > Profile Repository> My Configuration Profile > Oracle Enterprise Gateway > 6.1.2 > Listeners > Default Listerners Store
Then my question is what's the port for the Default Services in the gateway's Profile Repository for? what I am referring here is the port under Oracle Enterprise Gateway - Dashboard >This is for changing a particular "Profile". If you make a change to the port here in a "Listeners" profile, then you will see that there is now an asterix (*) on the name of the profile. you can right-click on it an "version" it. Then back on the deployment tab, you can drop-down the Listeners profile list, choose the new version you've just registered, and press the "Deploy" button (in the bottom-right) to deploy this to a Gateway. This approach is if you want to create a specific Listeners profile which you want to push to a particular Gateway (or group of Gateways).
Profile Repository> My Configuration Profile > Oracle Enterprise Gateway > 6.1.2 > Listeners > Default Listerners Store