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Sep 05 2012

Changing Port on PCoIP Gateway

For multiple different reasons organizations may want to change the Default ports used by VMware View. I have previously explained how to modify VMWare View default HTTP/HTTPS ports using the locked.properties file in my article Modifying VMware View Network Ports.

The HTTP/HTTPS listener is part of the sslgateway component, which also supports SSL tunneling. To configure the listening port, create or edit the file %programfiles%\vmware\vmware view\server\sslgateway\conf\locked.properties

Whilst the described method works for View Connection Servers HTTP/HTTPS ports, it won’t work for PCoIP Gateways.

It is possible to change the PCoIP TCP/UDP listening ports, though not using the locked.properties file. You will need to edit the Connection or Security Server Windows registry instead.

Browse to key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Teradici\SecurityGateway and set one or both of the following REG_SZ values:

  • ExternalTCPPort (the SSL connection, default: 4172)
  • ExternalUDPPort (the IPSec connection, default: 4172)

Now restart the PCoIP Secure Gateway service.

If you are planning to make use if non-default ports for PCoIP without network address translation (NAT) you will also be required to modify the PCoIP External URL for the security server to match.

 

This article was first published by Andre Leibovici (@andreleibovici) at myvirtualcloud.net.

 

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2 comments

  1. Matt Leib

    More great and completely useful information Andre. Always appreciated.

    Matt

  2. Andre Leibovici

    @Matt Leib
    Thank you for the feedback and Welcome.

    Andre

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