If you have a firewall, then you have to open some ports in order to allow the CmapServer to communicate with CmapTools clients and other servers such the Directory of Places.
Port Mode Protocol(s) and description of service
4447 Input TCP: Communication with CmapTools' clients (IHMC Public servers are using port 443 instead of port 4447)
4747 Output TCP, UDP: Registration to the Directory of Places
4748 Output TCP: Communication with the Directory of Places. Useful to be discovered by old CmapTools' versions
80 Input TCP: Communication with the WebServer
A detailed information about the CmapTools Network Architecture is available in our Documentation section at "CmapTools Documentation: White Papers"
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