Product: TIBCO Spotfire®
Derived CIS Ports
Cisco Information Services default ports and their descriptions. HTTP Port (HTTP base port) is the TCP/IP port. Web services clients (including Studio) connect using this port. All other CIS ports are derived from this setting.
Derived CIS Ports:
Default port (Base installation port) : ADS Studio connection to Server connection port.
HTTP base port +1 : JDBC,ODBC and ADO.NET: Port that the server listens for JDBC/ODBC/ADO.NET client connections. Note that changing this setting will require changes to client applications to connect to the specified port. This port is always set to 1 greater than the server's web services port.
HTTP base port +2 = HTTP SSL : TCP/IP port that Web services clients (including Studio) should connect to. This port is always set to 2 greater than the http port.
HTTP base port +3 = JDBC,ODBC and ADO.NET SSL : SSL port on which the Server listens for client connections. This port setting is derived from adding 3 to the Web Services HTTP (Base Port) setting. Changes to the Web Services HTTP Base Port will change this SSL port and all other CIS port settings. Clients must be configured accordingly.
HTTP base port +4 = Reserved
HTTP base port +5 = Reserved
HTTP base port +6 = Monitor : Port that the monitor process receives requests from the Studio. This port is always set to 6 ports higher than the server's web services port.
HTTP base port +7 = Active Cluster/JGroup : The port where the database is located. This value is locally defined. It will not be altered when restoring a backup and will not be replicated in a cluster.
HTTP base port +8 = Repository default : The port number for cache database.
HTTP base port +9 = Monitor(reserved)