Causes the Network Server to listen on a specific network interface.

This property allows multiple instances of Network Server to run on a single machine, each using its own unique host:port combination. The host needs to be set to enable remote connections.

By default, the Network Server will listen only on the loopback address. If the property is set to, the Network Server will listen on all interfaces.

Ensure that you are running under a security manager and that user authorization is enabled before you enable remote connections with this property.



If no host name is specified, the Network Server listens on the loopback address of the current machine (localhost).


Static or dynamic

Static. You must restart the Network Server for changes to take effect.

Related reference
derby.drda.keepAlive property
derby.drda.logConnections property
derby.drda.maxThreads property
derby.drda.minThreads property
derby.drda.portNumber property
derby.drda.securityMechanism property
derby.drda.sslMode property
derby.drda.startNetworkServer property
derby.drda.streamOutBufferSize property
derby.drda.timeSlice property
derby.drda.traceAll property
derby.drda.traceDirectory property