How to identify what TCP/IP ports are being used by IDMS as a generic server.

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Use command DCMT D LINE TCPIP where TCPIP is the TCPIP line. For example:

      D LINE TCPIP                                  
     *** Physical Line Display ***                  
PLine-ID TCPIP                                      
  Status InSrv                                      
  Opened 2014-11-10-06.57.59.487449                 
  Module IP                                         
 Plug-in RHDCD1IP                                   
LTerm-ID PTerm-ID Type/M Status  Port Target-host   
TCPLISTR  TCPLISTR LIST   InSrv    40299               
TCPLSTRT TCPLSTRT LIST   InSrv    40301               
TCPJSRV1 TCPJSRV1 LIST   InSrv    03720               
TCPLSTR2 TCPLSTR2 LIST   InSrv    40300               
TCPLSTR3 TCPLSTR3 LIST   OutSrv  40300               
TCPLSTR4 TCPLSTR4 LIST   OutSrv  40300               
TCPLSTR5 TCPLSTR5 LIST   OutSrv  40300               
TCPLSTR6 TCPLSTR6 LIST   OutSrv  40300               
TCPLSTR7 TCPLSTR7 LIST   OutSrv  40300               
TCPLT201 TCPPT201 BULK  Discon  

 

The ports are defined on the PTERM statements. If the server is not generic the server application will explicitly bind to a chosen transport provider ( TCP/IP ).