Hi Luís,

On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 12:50 PM, Luís M. Costa <luis.m.costa@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm using standalone.

Quick note, when I looked at the forum on Friday, it wasn't showing me any responses to your original post, so sorry for the duplicate questions. I see that there are a few responses prior.

What configuration are you using? standalone.xml? I've had a quick look on linux and I don't see the same behavior, but perhaps I'm not using the same config. 
I've observed the problem both in WF 8.2.1.Final and WF 10.0.0.Final. The type of connection, and communication pattern, is the same. This is observable in Windows (I haven't tried any linux flavor) running as Administrator or Windows Service. I've been using JDK 8u20, but it is also observable with the latest JDK release.

I find this connections very intriguing, and I'm hopping to understand what sub-system may be responsible, in order to deal with the problem I described in the forum.

On Fri, Apr 8, 2016 at 10:49 PM, Ken Wills <ken@zaptillion.net> wrote:
On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 4:03 PM, Luís M. Costa <luis.m.costa@gmail.com> wrote:

Wildfly 10 final (just downloaded / no applications deployed / port offset:150)
Windows 7 64bits
Java 8u20

Can someone clarify why is this happening? Or provide some troubleshooting tips?

Are you starting a domain, or standalone?
I've reported a problem related with this in the user's forum, but I still don't have a answer.

The forum post says you were using WF8.2.1-Final, is this happening with both 10 and 8?

The first thing I'd try is make sure you're running the process as administrator and see if the same thing occurs, perhaps it's a permissions issue.