You can also specify which network interfaces that Hazelcast should use. Servers mostly have more than one network interface so you may want to list the valid IPs. Range characters ('*' and '-') can be used for simplicity. So 10.3.10.*, for instance, refers to IPs between 10.3.10.0 and 10.3.10.255. Interface 10.3.10.4-18 refers to IPs between 10.3.10.4 and 10.3.10.18 (4 and 18 included). If network interface configuration is enabled (disabled by default) and if Hazelcast cannot find an matching interface, then it will print a message on console and won't start on that node.
<hazelcast> ... <network> ... <interfaces enabled="true"> <interface>10.3.16.*</interface> <interface>10.3.10.4-18</interface> <interface>192.168.1.3</interface> </interfaces> </network> ... </hazelcast>