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Can I change the datasync ports?

I have a gw system in a small biz site with a single external IP address.
Port 80 and 443 are already in use. I can use our router to forward using
different ports so I was wondering if I can change the ports that the mobile
datasync works on. If this can be done where do I change it.

Currently inside the network using the default ports it works fine.

thomas
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: Can I change the datasync ports?

Thomas Roberts wrote:

> I have a gw system in a small biz site with a single external IP
> address. Port 80 and 443 are already in use. I can use our router to
> forward using different ports so I was wondering if I can change the
> ports that the mobile datasync works on. If this can be done where do
> I change it.


You can, and it's a simple change in the Mobility Connector, but the
problem is whether or not devices can use non-standard ports. For
instance with the HTC Incredible running Gingerbread there is no way
that I've found to get it to connect on anything other than 80/443.

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