NoMachine 8.1.2 – MacOS 12.6 – Cannot change server port

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  • #40872
    ulkesh
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    No matter what I try, on MacOS 12.6 with NoMachine 8.1.2, I cannot change from the default of port 4000 (which my work uses for a particular software service) to something like 4500.  I try to change to 4500, the screen shows the port changed, but clicking the back button (whether the service is stopped or started), reverts the port back to 4000.

    Anyone have any ideas?

     

    #40943
    Tor
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    Hi. When you edit the TCP port field and go back to the previous panel, do you see the new port in the corresponding table column, with value 4500/4000?

    After editing the port the interface requests to restart the server. Did you verify if the port is being used after a restart, even if the GUI reports the old value?

    #40996
    ulkesh
    Participant

    No, editing the TCP port and going back to the previous panel shows 4000 again as if I never made a change.  After restarting the server multiple times, it’s still port 4000.

    However, since I reported this issue, I upgraded to macOS Ventura (13.0) and the issue seems resolved (I cannot fathom the reason).  I was able to edit the TCP and UDP ports to 4500 and click the back button and the data was indeed updated.  Restarted the service and it seems to be working on port 4500.

    Thanks for the assistance!

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