Section 1
Introduction

Section 2
Configuring for First Use

Section 3
Changing Admin Password

Section 4
Creating Accounts

Section 5
Global Component Settings

Section 6
Backups

Section 7
Log Files

Section 8
User Interface Settings

Section 9
Database Connections

Section 10
Non-Standard Ports

10.2 Configuring Ports

10.2 Continued

Section 11
Firewalls

Section 12
SSL

Section 13
Tracking and Recipient Profiles

Section 14
Editing INI Files

Section 15
Distributed Components

Section 16
User Interface Branding

Section 17
Evaluation Mode

Section 18
International Character Sets

Appendix A
Standard Default Ports

Section 10
Using Non-Standard Ports

The components of LISTSERV Maestro use a number of ports to communicate with each other and with the external world. The ports used are standard ports and will work well under most circumstances. Under certain conditions it may be desirable to change one or several of the ports to other ports, for example, if another application installed on the same server already uses one of the ports LISTSERV Maestro is set to use. Changing ports may require editing certain INI files. For more information on editing LISTSERV Maestro INI files, see Section 14 Editing LISTSERV Maestro INI Files.

10.1 Ports used by LISTSERV Maestro

This list contains the individual ports used by each of the LISTSERV Maestro components.

10.1.1 Ports used by the Administration Hub

The Administration Hub uses three different ports:

  • For HTTP access to the Administration Hub user interface (using a Web browser), the Administration Hub uses the standard HTTP port 80.
  • For internal communication with the other components, the Administration Hub uses port 1099.
  • For shutdown of the application server, the Administration Hub uses port 8007.

10.1.2 Ports used by the Maestro User Interface

The Maestro User Interface uses four different ports:

  • For HTTP access to the Maestro User Interface (using a Web browser), the Maestro User Interface uses the standard HTTP port 80.
  • For internal communication with the Administration Hub, the Maestro User Interface uses port 1099.
  • For the internal database connection, the Maestro User Interface uses port 3306.
  • For shutdown of the application server, the Maestro User Interface uses port 8007.

10.1.3 Ports used by Maestro Tracker

Maestro Tracker uses four different ports:

  • To collect the tracking events from mailings sent with the Maestro User Interface, Maestro Tracker uses the standard HTTP port 80.
  • For internal communication with the Administration Hub, the Maestro User Interface uses port 1099.
  • To receive the tracking events collected by Maestro Tracker, the Maestro User Interface uses port 7000.
  • For shutdown of the application server, Maestro Tracker uses port 8007.