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Domino Server Networking Part 3 of  7

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Domino Server Networking Part 3 of  7

Per the notes.ini entry:  <TCPPort>_TCPIPAddress=0,IPaddress:port.

1) What is TCPPort?
2) Is it sometimes reffered to as port name?
3)Is it the same thing as listed under "Port" column in the current server document under the "Ports" tab, sub tab "Notes Network Ports"?

Per the current server document under the "Ports" tab, sub tab "Notes Network Ports":
1) Is column titled "Notes Network" the same as "Domino Named Network?
2) What is to go under the column titled "Net Address": an IP address, a hostname, either hostname or IP address or something else?  
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section two:
1) "Notes Network" is generaly known as ""NotesNamedNetwork" (NNN). DominoNamedNetwork should mean the same ;-)
2) Either IP numeric address (like 123.45.6.78) or symbolic IP address name (like pluto.mycompany.com).


 
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one more clarification about "NotesNamedNetwork":
this is not a protocol, but replication related network.

So the senese is following: if you have two or more servers and you place for all this servers in this NNN the same domain name, than you get atomated replication betwean this servers as soon as they start this ports with the same NNN. So you do not need any connection documents for servers within same NNN.
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Hello Moondancer,

you can assign the points from this and the six other Taurus questions with similar title to me. I will care to go on answering Taurus questions to this topics until he is satisfied.
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