PassagePoint client server communication port (required)

PassagePoint client server communication port (required)

Passagepoint client to server communication  requires 3 ports ports - 2080, 9876,9875

2080 - is not encrypted and is used for the initial connection to download any updates/changes from the server.

9876 - Once updates/changes from server has complete, a connection is made to 9876 (encrypted port) and all login/data is passed over 9876

9875 is PassagePoint's Client hardware port. This is the PassagePoint client node port used to connect with the hardware added in the PassagePoint Client's Station Preference. The client internally uses this port to connect with the hardware (like printers, webcam, etc) attached with it.  


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