In this section, we cover only the aspects that effect the Lotus Notes Traveler server.
The following figure shows the Web tab under Port tab:
This is where you define the ports that the HTTP or HTTPS communication will take place. The default value for HTTP is in the field "TCP/IP port number" and is 80. You can set this to a different port if you wish. The SSL port number is set by default to 443. You can also set this to a different port if desired. Any changes to these ports also must be reflected on the "External Server URL" field on the Lotus Traveler tab in the server document.
For example, if you change the TCP/IP port number to port "8080" and are not
using SSL, then you have to define this in the external server URL as:
If you change the SSL port number to port "4433" and are
using SSL, then you will need to define this in the external server URL as:
A restart of the HTTP server and Traveler should be done for this to effectively take place.