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    Gateway IPs (from Boston/Israel) for access to customer servers

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: MetaLib
    • Product Version: 4

    Description:
    I'm trying to make sure we have the right IPs for allowing the exlibris user to access our MetaLib, SFX and Verde servers.
    Could you send me the complete list?
    I suspect some email went out with the current information at the last time of the change, but it would be really useful to have a Knowledge Base entry with this information as well.

    Resolution:
    Below is a list of IPs/Ports for SFX/Metalib/Verde that should be open on your servers:

    Outgoing FTP access is enabled for the following addresses:
    ftp.exlibris.co.il
    ftp.exlibrisgroup.com
    ftp.exlibris-usa.com

    Standard port(s) for outgoing mail server; mail daemon installed

    Confirm that the following IPs are accessable:

    Des Plaines firewall: 207.56.64.194
    Boston firewall:
    Moving ISP on June 30/July 1 2011
    Please add both addresses to your firewall until the change
    72.164.6.114 (Before and on June 30, 2011)
    12.21.149.130 (July 1, 2011 and after)

    Conventional servers’ Metalib ports are open:

    • WWW server (Web) 4331
    • Z39.50 server port 9331
    • Z39.50 gate port 7331
    • PDS_PORT port 8331
    • PDS_PORT_IN port 8331
    • HTTPD/Apache port 8331

    Conventional servers’ SFX ports are open:

    • HTTPD/Apache port 80 or 3210

    Conventional servers’ Verde ports are open:

    • HTTP port 18080 [installation/implementation]

    For interoperability between Verde and SFX:

    • Port 1521 on the Verde server must be open for access from the SFX server
    • Port 18080 on the Verde must be open for http access from the SFX server

    For interoperability between Verde and ALEPH:

    • ALEPH PC_server (6991) and WWW_server (4991) ports must be open for access from the Verde server
    • Verde port 18080 must be open for access from the ALEPH server


    • Article last edited: 10/8/2013
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