2.2.2. Enabling IP Ports on Computers That Run luci

2.2.2. Enabling IP Ports on Computers That Run luci

To allow client computers to communicate with a computer that runs luci (the Conga user interface server), and to allow a computer that runs luci to communicate with ricci in the cluster nodes, you must enable the IP ports assigned to luci and ricci. Table 2.2, “Enabled IP Ports on a Computer That Runs luci lists the IP port numbers, their respective protocols, the components to which the port numbers are assigned, and references to iptables rule examples. At each computer that runs luci, enable IP ports according to Table 2.1, “Enabled IP Ports on Red Hat Cluster Nodes”. (All examples are in Section 2.2.3, “Examples of iptables Rules”.)


If a cluster node is running luci, port 11111 should already have been enabled.

IP Port Number Protocol Component Reference to Example of iptables Rules
8084 TCP luci (Conga user interface server) Example 2.2, “Port 8084: luci (Cluster Node or Computer Running luci)”
11111 TCP ricci (Conga remote agent) Example 2.3, “Port 11111: ricci (Cluster Node and Computer Running luci)”
Table 2.2. Enabled IP Ports on a Computer That Runs luci

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