This document describes the ports that are needed by Adabas LUW and Entire Net-Work LUW products to perform its processing and how they can be assigned. It covers the following topics:
The following table describes the ports that are needed by Entire Net-Work to perform its processing and any default ports assumed by Entire Net-Work. You should consider avoiding the use of these default port numbers for other applications.
|Software AG Product Component||Ports Needed||Default Port Number|
|Adabas Manager Communicator||One port is needed.||4980|
|Adabas Directory Server||One port is needed for Entire Net-Work requests to the Directory Server||4952 (IANA port)
|Adabas Manager||One port is needed for Adabas Manager administration tasks||dynamically assigned|
|Entire Net-Work Kernel||A port is needed for Kernel access by clients||dynamically assigned|
|A port is needed for Kernel access via connections (Entire Net-Work 7 or later)||dynamically assigned|
|A port is needed for Kernel access via RDA connections (Entire Net-Work 2)||7869|
|A port is needed for Adabas Manager administration of Kernels||dynamically assigned|
Software AG has registered port number 4952 with the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) for use by the Adabas Directory Server. For more information about Directory Server port number specifications, read The Directory Server Port Number in the Software AG Directory Server Installation and Administration Guide. .
In general, there are no default port numbers assigned to Entire Net-Work Kernels or clients. These are dynamically assigned by Entire Net-Work when the Kernel or client is started, unless you specify a specific port or range of ports to use when you define the Kernel or client. If you set the port number to "0", the Entire Net-Work will dynamically assign a port.