Universal Messaging 10.3 | Administration Guide | Using Command Central to Manage Universal Messaging | Universal Messaging Configuration Types | Ports Configuration | Configuring an NSP Port
Configuring an NSP Port
*To configure an NSP port (interface) for a Universal Messaging server instance
1. In Command Central, navigate to Environments > Instances > All > Universal-Messaging-instanceName > Configuration > Ports.
2. Click and select NSP.
3. Specify values for the following fields:
Enable or disable this NSP port.
Adapter alias
Provide an alias for the port. Each Universal Messaging server instance can have an associated alias in the form of host:port. This alias is used to inform other servers how to contact this server, if this server is behind a NAT or a Proxy Server. This alias is not the same as the Universal Messaging assigned interface alias.
Required. Provide a unique port number. The port number must be unique and cannot be used again in a Universal Messaging server instance.
Provide the size of the Internet Protocol (IP) socket queue.
Bind address
The IP address to which to bind this port, if your machine has multiple IP addresses and you want the port to use this specific address.
You cannot change this attribute after you create the port.
Autostart interface
Automatically start this port when starting the Universal Messaging server instance.
Advertise interface
Allow the Universal Messaging server instance to send information about this port to the client.
Allow for inter-realm
Allow port communication between two or more Universal Messaging server instances. For example, allow communication between clusters, or joins.
Allow client connections
Allow clients to connect to this port.
Enable NIO
Enable NIO (Network Input/Output) on this port.
Enable policy server
Allow the ports to respond to policy requests. You can run a policy file server on a socket interface that will automatically handle these requests. Once this is set up, you will also need to set up a client access policy in the clientaccesspolicy.xml file in the /install/server/name/plugins/htdocs directory of the server.
Auth time
Provide the time in milliseconds (ms) that the Universal Messaging server instance waits for the client to complete the authentication process. Default is 10000 milliseconds.
Accept threads
Provide the number of threads processing the accepted sockets.
Select threads
Provide the number of threads allocated for selection.
Send buffer size
Provide the size of the socket send buffer.
Receive buffer size
Provide the size of the socket receive buffer.
For more information about the basic port properties, see Interface Configuration.
4. Optionally, click Test to validate the configuration.
5. Click Save.