Thanks Bill,

I opened:

and added a pull request
to support setting the hostname in the same fashion the port number can 
be set.



On 3/22/13 4:03 PM, Bill Burke wrote:
> You can set a port via the env var "RESTEASY_PORT" or the system
> property org.jboss.resteasy.port.
> Looking at the code it binds to the wildcard address by default.  TJWS
> allows you to set a bind-address and I have a setter for it added to the
> TJWS embedded server, but you can not access the server through the
> default BaseResourceTest classes and it doesn't run off of a env or
> system property.
> On 3/22/2013 3:23 PM, Kurt T Stam wrote:
>> We are (re)using the org.jboss.resteasy.test.BaseResourceTest to start
>> an embedded container.
>> I believe by default the container is started bound to 'localhost'. We
>> are now moving our build to jenkins on OpenShift where we can't use
>> localhost anymore. Does anyone know if there is a System Param we can
>> set to bind it to '$ OPENSHIFT_INTERNAL_IP'?
>> Thx,
>> --Kurt
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