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Modify firewall to allow remote browser connection

1. Go to Control panel / Windows Firewall.

Windows Firewall

2. Select "Advanced settings".

Windows Firewall

3. Select "Inbound rules" followed by "New Rule".

Windows Firewall

4. Select "Port" radio button and click "Next" and then type in the appropriate port number in "Specified local ports" field associated with Wallboard view (the default is port 8080 but check Wallboard configuration). Click "Next".

Windows Firewall

5. Select "Allow the connection" and click "Next".

Windows Firewall

6. Name the rule and finish.

Note:For External API usage the same steps as obove should be undertaken with port 9000.

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