® Lotus Notes
® Traveler supports running on multiple Domino
® partition servers on the same physical machine. The server must be configured to avoid port conflicts among the partition instances.
When you set up a Domino
partitioned server, it is best to assign a separate IP address to each partition. You should also use a separate NIC for each partition. Using a separate NIC for each address can make the I/O much faster. And since each partition uses a separate address, port conflicts are avoided. For information about setting up Domino
to bind to separate IP addresses, see the topic "Partitioned servers and IP addresses" in the latest version of the Domino
If you are not going to use a separate IP address for each Domino
partition, then use port mapping and configure your Lotus Notes
Traveler partitions to use unique port numbers for its services.
Use the following steps to configure unique port numbers:
Parent topic: Configuring Lotus Notes Traveler server
- For each Domino partition, open the Domino Administrator client and connect to the Domino server.
- Click Configuration -> Server -> Current Server Document.
- Click Edit Server.
- Click Ports -> Internet Ports -> Web, and enter a port number in the TCP/IP port number field.
Note: The port value must be unique. For example, if you have two partitions, use 80 and 81.
- Click the Lotus Traveler tab, and enter port numbers in the IPC Socket Port field.
Note: These two values must be unique. For example, if you have two partitions use 50125, 50126 on the first partition, and 50127, 50128 on the second partition.
- Click Save and Close.
- Restart Lotus Notes Traveler and the HTTP server.
Note: The client also requires configuration changes if the ports are changed from the default values for users that connect to the particular Domino partition.