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How can i integrate SLM 1.1 with EAS ?

How can i integrate SLM 1.1 with EAS ? Everywhere i have found sentinel
server integration with EAS but in my case i have SLM. I have tried via
Sentinel Link which is stated under Rules in SLM 1.1. But what will be
the port i'll provide there ? whatever port i'm giving it is failing
the connection. And what changes i need to do on EAS, so that it can
become receiver. And already recieved events will also be forwarded to
EAS or only the next upcoming new events ? Does EAS stores those events
in PostgreSQL database? And how we can verify the integration is done
successfully between SLM and EAS ?

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