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The Adaptor

You can think of a server adaptor as similar to a domain in a traditional network. It is an isolation of users and hosts and has its own security context. In essence, consider the adaptor as a branch of the server tree. Communication Server applications exist within adaptor virtual hosts, as described in the previous section.

Each adaptor on a server must operate on a different IP address, domain, or port number. For example, the default adaptor communicates on port 1935. A second adaptor that is bound to the same IP address must be assigned to communicate on an alternate port number. Appropriate action on any network firewalls must also be taken so that other ports and IP address can be seen by the intended audience.


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