Archived - Final Cut Server: Opening firewall ports for Final Cut Server

Final Cut Server requires specific TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) ports to be open on your server. If you have a firewall configured or you are using the Mac OS X Server firewall, you must enable these ports before you can use Final Cut Server.

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Open the following ports:

Port Description
80 http web service
8821, 8826 stored (store server to communicate with server)
8891 ldsd (data transfers)

: If you run Final Cut Server on a secure network behind a firewall, you don’t need to configure firewall settings as long as communication between users is within the network. Firewall settings are required to communicate outside the firewall.

Last Modified: Mar 19, 2014
  • Last Modified: Mar 19, 2014
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