How to fix Micro$oft Server running IIS and it grabbing all of the ports (e.g., 80, 443, etc.)


What goes wrong?                             

When you try to run Office-Logic InterChange on the same box that you use for web services, e.g., IIS or some of the virus scanner definition servers, etc. You will probably run into problems with the port numbers being unavailable or the services not starting.

What's the problem?                             

For example when you run Office-Logic InterChange, you see a message that shows "Unable to bind to port 80. Already in use." By default, IIS and InterChange listen to all IP addresses on the box. You can tell the service to only listen to the IP address you specify. Even though you specify the IP address for IIS to listen, it will still tie up the ports on the other IP addresses. nected to the LAN. In fact it did not free up the NIC that is connected to the Internet. Thus when you try to use that NIC for ISA Server, ISA Server will tell you that the SMTP port (25) on the Internet NIC is already in use by another application.

 

 

 

To manually open ports in ICF:

1.

Click Start, click Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections and then click Network Connections.


lick Network and Internet Connections


Click Network Connections

2.

If you have a dial-up Internet connection, under Dial-up, click the connection you use for the Internet. If you have a cable modem or digital subscriber line (DSL) connection, under LAN or High-Speed Internet, click the connection you use for the Internet.

3.

Under Network Tasks, click Change settings of this connection.

Select a connection

4.

On the Advanced tab, make sure that the check box Protect my computer and network by limiting or preventing access to this computer from the Internet is selected.

5.

Click Settings.

Local area connection properties

Click Settings

6.

On the Services tab, click Add.


On the Services tab, click Add

7.

In Description of service, type a name so that you can identify the port you want to open. For example: Office-Logic Notifications. Type a name that will help you remember the service and the port. You can use any name that you want. The name does not have any effect on the functionality but is only to help you remember.

8.

In Name or IP address of the computer hosting this service on your network, type 127.0.0.1.

9.

In External Port number for this service and Internal Port number for this service, type the port number (512 in both boxes).

10.

Click UDP, and then click OK.


11.

After clicking OK, make sure the new item has the checkbox checked.

 



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