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blocked ports issue - we need a destination (address) rather than port numbers for our firewall
Hi all, does somebody know the [color="orange"]destinations (https) [/color] rather than port numbers needed for Nvidia Grid connection? We cannot open the ports (re: post [url]https://gridforums.nvidia.com/default/topic/223/[/url]) to anywhere on the internet as this will open us up to all sorts of attacks. We need to setup rules on our firewall. Thanks for help. Martin
Hi all, does somebody know the destinations (https) rather than port numbers needed for Nvidia Grid connection? We cannot open the ports (re: post https://gridforums.nvidia.com/default/topic/223/) to anywhere on the internet as this will open us up to all sorts of attacks. We need to setup rules on our firewall. Thanks for help. Martin

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Posted 02/26/2015 11:07 AM   
The ports we posted would be for outbound connections from your network, they should not be enabled for inbound connections. You could also add security by limiting the outbound policy to specific internal devices. - Luke
The ports we posted would be for outbound connections from your network, they should not be enabled for inbound connections. You could also add security by limiting the outbound policy to specific internal devices.

- Luke

Regards,

Luke Wignall
Performance Engineering Manager
NVIDIA | Worldwide Sales ­ GRID Computing
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Posted 02/27/2015 01:51 PM   
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