[AG-TECH] Network Flow diagrams
Osland, CD (Chris)
C.D.Osland at rl.ac.uk
Tue Feb 11 04:14:15 CST 2003
Many thanks for that - it may solve the problem we're having -
failure to be a DPPT server although we can be master and client!
I'll add the info to my 'document'.
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From: Robert Olson [mailto:olson at mcs.anl.gov]
Sent: 10 February 2003 16:42
To: Osland, CD (Chris) ; ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
Subject: RE: [AG-TECH] Network Flow diagrams
At 11:46 AM 1/30/2003 +0000, Osland, CD (Chris) wrote:
>Following on from what Phil and then Andrew put together,
>I've formatted a Word document which is perhaps easier to read
>and has added info about DPPT and RPPT - which hopefully I've
>understood enough to get in the right place.
we just ran into this problem after MCS put up a more restrictive firewall.
There are two ports that need to be opened incoming to the server:
4561 for the JSDT Registry, and
5001 for the DPPT server itself
port 80 doesn't need to be opened to the dppt server itself, unless there
is actually an http server running on it.
clients don't need to have any incoming connections open; they make
outgoing connections to the two ports listed above on the server.
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