Sentinel uses UDP port number 5093.
You may have been sent a redundant license file. In the license string (which should be listed in the error itself), it may show " REDUNDANT instead of "NON_REDUNDANT". We do not support this method of network licensing. If you intended to use a redundant network license file, you will need to follow the special instructions in the user guide (Start > programs > Rainbow Technologies > SentinelLm 7.2.0 > SentinelLM System Administrator's Guide).
If you did not intend to receive a redundant license, it may have been sent in error. If this is the case, you may need to re-request the license file, specifiying that you would like it to be non-redundant.
No, our SentinelLM servers and daemons operate in such a way as to not interfere with other software packages. Rainbow Technologies (the manufacturer of SentinelLM) has also gone the extra step and registered the UDP ports used with the IANA port authority. However, it may interfere with other servers manufactured by Rainbow Technologies, i.e FlexLM.
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