Lifetime ports

  
What ports are needed for lifetime to work between 2 servers
Hello Derek,

To understand a bit more how LifeTime works, and what are the requirements, you can check the following document:
www.outsystems.com/goto/lifetime-installation-and-configuration-technical-note

Kind Regards
Ivo Gonçalves
Hey Derek.

LifeTime calls some WebServices in ServiceCenter, so, you need to have the 80 port open, unless you have a different port in use.
Hi,

Lifetime will first try to use the https port (443) to extablish a secure channel.
If that is not available (or invalid for ex: bad certificate), then it will try over the http port (80).

Looks like something that should be added to the technote.

Regards,
João Rosado
:)

Thanks João. Seem so, yes... I looked for "port" in the PDF and got no hit on my search...
I'm trying to register an enviroment to Lifetime and im getting the following error.
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Could not establish a secure network connection between outsystems.server.com and LifeTime (lifetime.server.com).
Sensitive data is sent between these environments. To secure that data, both LifeTime and outsystems.server.com must be configured to use SSL/TLS.
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Is it possible to force lifetime to use port 80 instead of 443 ?

Solution
Hi capsuline,

It isn't an error, it's a warning. 
As Rosado said above, Lifetime will first try to use the https port (443) to extablish a secure channel.
If that is not available (or invalid for ex: bad certificate), then it will try over the http port (80).

That warning message is there just to let you know that if you proceed you will not use secure connections when sending data between the LifeTime server and the environment.

If you're Ok about that you can proceed with the registration process, which means that communications between LifeTime and environment will use the http port.
Solution
@Miguel Rebelo Thanks for reply. 

I can not go further as its saying

outsystems.server.com couldn't connect back to the LifeTime environment.

I have open all the ports as stated in the documentation.
Or is it not a port related issue?

Regards



I found the problem. 
IIS was not properly configured.
Its working now. Thanks Miguel Rebelo
Great @capsuline! :)

Don't hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.
Just for future reference, can you say what you've changed for LifeTime to start working?
It's possible that other people have the same configurations you had, and will strugle with the same problem.

Thanks!
capsuline,
What did you do?
capsuline wrote:
I found the problem. 
IIS was not properly configured.
Its working now. Thanks Miguel Rebelo
 
 What did you do?