Question: What values can be changed in a Network License File? Answer: Below is an example of a network license file header. If your license file does not have a header like this. It is not a Network License file. If you have questions about this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. HOST myserver.com b1256aa8 27100 ISV teclmd teclmd teclmd.opt 27101 The hostname (myserver.com) shown in italics is allowed to be changed. The […]
Problem: How do I find myhostids.txt licensing information for my host computer if I cannot share the myhostids.txt file created by Tecplot software? Solution: This information can be procured from running a couple commands from the terminal. Instructions for both Windows and Linux are included below. Windows: On Windows, use the command prompt to get your hostname and ethernet physical address (12 digit number) using: ipconfig /all For example, the […]
Problem: The Tecplot product can check out a license when running on the same computer as Reprise License Manager (RLM), but not from other computers on the network. How can I open the license manager to other computers? Solution: Certain ports are required to be opened in order to connect and check out a license from RLM. Here are the default port settings: RLM port: 27100 ISV (Tecplot-specific) port: 27101 Web server port: 5054 […]
Problem: I have been running the Tecplot eval. Now I have purchased a Tecplot network license. Do I have to reinstall? Solution: No, you will not need to reinstall. However, you will need to install the Reprise License Manager in order to start connecting to your network license.