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Author's profile photo Gianluca Calloni

WINDOWS FIREWALL SAP B1 SERVER

Hi to all..

A little blog post.. might be useful for other people .. certainly for my memory ..

So .. it affects the configuration of the Windows 2008 R2 firewall to allow the connection from the client computer SAP.

In windows firewall => INBOUND RULES, i created 2 rules to allow connection from the client SAP:

  1. SBO_SQL_SRV allow connection to SAP SERVER from SAP CLIENT on TCP protocols on local port range1433 – 1444
  2. SBO_LICENSE MANAGER allow connection to SAP SERVER from SAP CLIENT on TCP protocols on local port range 30000 – 30001

In this way, the client can successfully connect to the server sap sap, without compromising the security of the server itself.

P.S:  I prefer absolutely IPTABLES instead of windows firewall… 😉

Have a nice day

Edit of 17/12/2013

Ok.. After installing the integration service, it’s necesary to:

  • open port 8080 for incoming connection to SLD (you must also modify XCELLERATOR.cfg)
  • open port 8443 for incoming connection from IPAD – IPHONE – ANDROID device

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      Author's profile photo Nagarajan K
      Nagarajan K

      Hi,

      Thanks for sharing information.

      Regards,

      Nagarajan

      Author's profile photo Gianluca Calloni
      Gianluca Calloni
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Naga.

      Thanks..

      I strongly believe that sharing information is the only way that permits people to grow and let grow

      Have a nice day

      Luca

      Author's profile photo Agustin Marcos Cividanes
      Agustin Marcos Cividanes

      Good info

      Thanks

      Agustín

      Author's profile photo Amir Maleki
      Amir Maleki

      Hi, I'm wondering what changes I should make on "XCELLERATOR.cfg"...?