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TCP/IP port number [389) has been used ?

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Hi,

1. I have 3 computers connected each other in the network,
2. DC1, DC2 and DC3
3. DC1 is in different subnet, and DC2 functions as a router (there is 2 nic in DC2),
4. DC1 can ping DC3 and  vice versa,
5. I install the Lotus Notes Server at DC1, and there is an error message: "LDAP Server: Listener failure, TCP/IP port number [389] is already in use on this system"
6.My question: How to change or configure a TCP/IP Port Number ? (Maybe i can assign an other port number, etc ?)
7. Thank you

Tjie
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The port is used by LDAP - which is the protocol that Active Directory uses.

You must (and can) change the port that Lotus Domino uses.

More Info Here:  http://www.dominopower.com/issuesprint/issue200405/00001279.html  
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