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    Cannot connect to 6661,2,3 ports

    I started LS as an application. I can't see the ports 6661,6662 and 6663 open through netstat command. I also cannot hook to those ports from my .NET adapter. What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks

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    The Proxy Adapter waits for the connections by the Remote Adapter in sequence. Therefore, the ports are not open for listening all at the same time:
    the 6663 port is opened for listening first;
    after the Remote Metadata Adapter has connected, it is closed for listening;
    then the 6661 and 6662 ports are opened for listening;
    after the Remote Data Adapter has connected, they are closed for listening.

    Until a port is open for listening, the Server is blocked and the last line on the log says:
    "Connecting...".

    Is what you observe still different?

    Dario

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    Hello Dario,

    Thanks for the response. I figured out the issue. It seems like the client side did not like when I asked it to connect to "127.0.0.1" address ( I am hosting LS server locally on my machine). When I changed it to "localhost" everything was OK. Wierd...

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    We could not replicate the issue, so we assume there were something unusual in your local configuration. Please, let us know if you feel that this is not the case.
    Dario

 

 

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