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Control Center access across firewall

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WS
We're having some problems trying to get the Control Center app working
across a firewall.

I've opened up TCP port 50000 as per the instructions I received, but I'm
still not able to connect. Are there any other ports (either TCP or UDP)
that I need to open? Any secondary connections?

Thanks!
Nov 12 '05 #1
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WS wrote:
We're having some problems trying to get the Control Center app working
across a firewall.

I've opened up TCP port 50000 as per the instructions I received, but I'm
still not able to connect. Are there any other ports (either TCP or UDP)
that I need to open? Any secondary connections?

netstat -an is your friend.
DB2 Administrator Server listen on port 523, DB2 JDBC applet server by default
listen on port 6789 (but it can be configured.

Jan M. Nelken
Nov 12 '05 #2

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Which version are you using?
When you need to use remote control (either across a firewall or not), you
need to startup DAS, which use TCP port 523.

"WS" <me@myplace.com> wrote in message
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We're having some problems trying to get the Control Center app working
across a firewall.

I've opened up TCP port 50000 as per the instructions I received, but I'm
still not able to connect. Are there any other ports (either TCP or UDP)
that I need to open? Any secondary connections?

Thanks!

Nov 12 '05 #3

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