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Changing the Remote Port Number will prevent Remote Clock from connecting to the LC&D System

When configuring the lantronix device on a Link-2-PC-Ethernet or Meta-Server card, always set "Remote Port" to zero. Changing this will prevent Remote Clock from connecting to the system. 

As shown on the picture below, Local Port is the port being used by lantronix for its outgoing connection,  Remote Port is the port being used by the remote device (i.e. computer running Remote Clock) to connect to lantronix. 

Remote clock uses random UDP ports each time it connects to the LC&D system.


 
 

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