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  • The Request Broker port appears in the Session Rules Book. This is the oplrqb.ini file that appears in the /bin sub-directory of the user's server components installation. Users need to open this file with a text editor and locate the following section: [Protocol TCP] PingWatchdog = No PingInterval = 600 Listen = 5000 PortLow = 5000 PortHigh = 5099 IPAddress = 127.0.0.1 OpenLink's 4.x and 5.x Brokers listen on the port passed by the Listen parameter. OpenLink's 1.x and 3.x Brokers listen on the initial port as specified by the PortLow parameter.
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