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Default Ports

New Here ,
Nov 15, 2011 Nov 15, 2011

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I am trying to configure Adobe Connect Pro 7.5 to work in an environment where the port 80 and port 443 are blocked.  I am required to have them use a port 8080 for http and port 44443 for SSL.

How do I change this in Adobe Connect Pro 7.5

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LEGEND ,
Nov 15, 2011 Nov 15, 2011

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As I understand it (and I could be wrong), Ports 80, 443, and 1935 are required to be open for communication to and from the Connect server. This is stressed in the documentation for installing and configuring Connect (page 1) found here: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/connect/8.0/installconfigure/connect_8_install.pdf

The exact wording is:

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Nov 15, 2011 Nov 15, 2011

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Correct. See this as well:

The following table describes server ports that Adobe Connect uses to communicate internally. These ports must not

be in use by any other process or program on a server hosting Adobe Connect, or Adobe Connect may fail to start.

Adobe Flash Player on the client side expects to talk to Adobe Connect Server on port 80 then port 443 and then port 1935. Maybe using proxies you can fool around with those ports but I think you are headed for performance and network issues if you don't conform to the ports the product weas designed to use natively.

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Nov 15, 2011 Nov 15, 2011

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With the software using ports 80 and 443, does it enforce sending usernames

and passwords thru the 443 connection? Concern is not wanting to send

passwords over an unencrypted connection.

Ps. Thanks for the answers

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Subject: Default Ports

Re: Default Ports

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Correct. See this as well: The following table describes server ports that

Adobe Connect uses to communicate internally. These ports must not be in use

by any other process or program on a server hosting Adobe Connect, or Adobe

Connect may fail to start. Adobe Flash Player on the client side expects to

talk to Adobe Connect Server on port 80 then port 443 and then port 1935.

Maybe using proxies you can fool around with those ports but I think you are

headed for performance and network issues if you don't conform to the ports

the product weas designed to use natively.

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If you configure SSL, then the name and password are passed to the server via port 443. After that all traffic is sent thru port 443 always encrypted. See the install guide on SSL.

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