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Server Socket Port =
This is the port number where the Inbound Refinery will be accessed by other applications. In
our architecture it will be accessed by the Content Server. The default value is set to 5555. You
do not have to change it unless that port is already used in your system.
Incoming Socket Connection Security Filter =
This parameter defines the IP addresses of the hosts from where Inbound Refinery will accept
connections on the server socket port. The default value defines the loopback address in IPv4
and IPv6 format.
You have to allow access at least from the Content Server, so change the loopback address. In
this practice we changed it to
*.*.*.* | 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
which enables access from any machine, but in a production system change this to:
<host real IP address> | 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
There are 3 folders where the server keeps its data and temporary files. By default they are placed
, but you might want to relocate them to some other folder,
Inbound Refinery Instance Folder
Native File Repository Location
Finally, make a note of the Server Instance Name value, for example,
. This will be needed when configuring the Content Server.
If you forgot to set these parameters on the initial configuration page or need to change them later,
you can edit the file
, for example:
30. Click Submit. The post-installation confirmation page displays.