Doug, > Our server is behind a firewall, and we might be able to > circumvent this be listening on a higher port. ECMWF > would also need to request the data through this higher port. A better solution would be to configure the firewall to allow port 388 traffic for the following reasons: 1) if the firewall won't allow 388 traffic, then it probably won't allow higher-port traffic; 2) a non-standard LDM configuration is harder to maintain; and 3) a non-standard LDM configuration is harder to work with from the outside. We can work with your network administrators to convince them that opening-up port 388 will not lessen security. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: VYH-602225 Department: Support IDD TIGGE Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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