Octopus - Listening tentacles - change TCP port

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lucio.falco

09 Jan, 2018 10:56 AM

Hello,
we have a licensed Octopus with 30 tentacles in production all of them listening on the default port 10933.
We have to change the TCP port to the 443 (or the 80) and I have few questions:
1) Can I keep the tentacles in listening mode if I want to use the 443 TCP port or I should change them to be polling tentacles?
2) Re-installing the tentacles (and changing the default port) is enough or I have to change something else in the Octopus server configuration (and where)?
3) Do I have to re-install the Octopus server and change there the communication TCP port? (hopefully no..)
Thank you for your answers and your help in advance,

Best regards.
Lucio

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Mark Rydstrom on 10 Jan, 2018 12:02 AM

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    Hi Lucio,

    Thanks for getting in touch. If you want to use 443 that will work fine in listening mode. As you say you need to run the tentacle manager app, remove the current tentacle and re-add with the new port, you then need to edit that deployment target in the Octopus Server and change it's address to include the new port so that Octopus knows to open the connection with that port. (You can find this in Infrastructure -> Deployment Targets, then open the target and edit the Tentacle URL in Octopus 4, in Octopus 3 go the the Environment page then pick a machine).

    Regardless of which port you connect through Octopus still uses SSL to secure all communications.

    Regards,
    Mark

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