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SAP .NET Connector - what ports/protocols?

Hi.

I'm trying to use the SAP.NET Connector, but where I work our development environment is hevaily firewalled from the production environment, where the R/3 application serevrs are. I can get the firewall rules amended, but I need to know which ports and protocols the connector uses, both at design time and runtime.

e.g. when I open the Server Explorer in VS2003 and put in the server details, what ports does it use to search for the destination server?

If anyone knows, or knows how I might find out, that would be very helpful.

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 06:20 AM

    Norris,

    RFC is a binary TCP/IP based protocol. It has its roots right back in the R/2 mainframe days of LU6.2, and RODC. The present incarnation is based on a proprietary, and binary encoding layer over CPIC. While the port form CPIC is 3300.

    I hope it helps. (please reward points if usefull)

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