PDS Firewall Settings and Port Usage - PDS - Installation

Plant Design System (PDS) Project Setup Technical Reference

PPMProductFamily
3D Design and Visualization
PPMProduct
PDS
PPMCategory
Installation

If you are running Windows Firewall or a similar program, add the following programs and ports to the exceptions list.

Database Server

Oracle Database

Add the following programs to the exceptions lists:

  • RIS Oracle Network Server (risorans.exe)

  • RIS Oracle Data Server (risorads.exe)

  • RIS TCP Server (ristcpsr.exe)

Add the following ports to the exceptions list:

  • TCP Port 180, RIS Listener

  • TCP Port 1521, Oracle Listener

MSSQL Database

Add the following programs to the exceptions lists:

  • RIS MSSQL Data Server (rismsfds.exe)

  • RIS TCP Server (ristcpsr.exe)

Add the following ports to the exceptions list:

  • TCP Port 180, RIS Listener

  • TCP Port 1433, MSSQL Listener

RIS Client

Each RIS client process uses a different port (such as 4351, 4352, and so on). Because the ports are randomly assigned, the software does not start at a particular port number or use a range of numbers. RIS can also use ports 21, 70, 80, 443, and 1080. You do not have to add these ports to the firewall exceptions list.

SmartPlant License Manager

Make the following changes on the SmartPlant License Manager server.

Add the following programs to the exceptions lists:

  • SPLM client (pdlice.exe)

Add the following ports to the exceptions list:

  • TCP Port 807, SPLM License Request Listener

If you make a license request using port 807, the SmartPlant License Manager passes the license from server to client. After the tool program completes, the SmartPlant License Manager passes the license back to the server using a random port.