What ports need to be open for the license server to work?
Recently our testcomplete license server was moved inside a firewall. Port 1947 has been opened for access but still I cannot get a floating license to a TestExecute client from outside the firewall.
Is there any ports in addition to 1947 that needs to be opened in the firewall for the licensing to work?
Stein O. Rasmussen
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No, port 1947 should be sufficient. By default you need both TCP and UDP unblocked.
Assuming your server is working OK:
On the Access to Remote License Managers configuration page on the client ( http://localhost:1947/_int_/config_to.html ) try adding the IP address of the server to the Remote License Search Parameters box and select Aggressive Search. (click Submit) and give it a few minutes. The server should show up on the Sentinel Keys page ( http://localhost:1947/_int_/devices.html ).
You can test if TCP is blocked by trying to connect directly to the Admin Control Center of the server.
On the client browse to: http://<IP_address_of_server>:1947
If you get a page or an active denial, you're not blocked. If you get a timeout, you're blocked.
This article mentions firewalls and ports. It might be helpful.
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Yes, it does. But unfortunately it talks about windows firewalls on the clients and servers. I am struggling with a firewall in between the clients and server.
The solution was as simple as it was stupid. The IT-department had opened port 1948 instead of 1947. When 1947 was opened, the licensing worked perfectly.
Thank you for your patience.