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In cases where the default port is already being used by another application, the j5 port can be manually changed under the Ports node in the j5 System Management Console.

The following publicly accessible ports can be configured:

  • j5 HTTPS Port: Defaults to 443. This is the port that users should connect to if HTTPS has been set up (recommended).

  • j5 HTTP Port: Defaults to 80. This is the port that users should connect to, if HTTPS has not been set up.

The following internal ports can also be configured. These are intended for internal communication within the j5 system and are not regarded as part of our public interface unless otherwise documented. There should normally be no need to change these ports, unless there is a port conflict with another application you need to run on your j5 server.

  • j5 Application Service Starting Port: Defaults to 9091. Additional consecutive port numbers are also used for the child processes (e.g. 9092, 9092, 9093, and so on).

  • j5 Indexing Service Port: Defaults to 9088.

  • j5 Message Broker STOMP Port: Defaults to 61613.

  • j5 Message Broker Websocket Port: Defaults to 61614.

  • j5 Reporting Service Port: Defaults to 9089.

  • j5 Spreadsheet Engine: Defaults to 9086. This is reserved for future use.

  • j5 Message Broker AMQ AJAX Port: Defaults to 8161. This is deprecated and no longer used by default.

Enter a specific IP address under Interface Address, if you require j5 to listen on an IP address that is different from the default. The j5 Load Balancer then listens on this IP address.

The j5 Load Balancer fails to start if the IP address is invalid.