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slicemaster telnet Port 7300 Not Working on 10.6B

terryterry Member
Downloaded new version of Slicemaster 10.6B, now not connecting to Telnet port 7300.  How do I correct?

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  • K1DBOK1DBO Member ✭✭
    edited March 2019
    Hi Terry,

    First check the Slice Master settings tab to verify that the aggregation server is enabled and is set to listen on port 7300.  If it is, you should be all set.  But it's possible that some other program has already started using port 7300 before Slice Master was able to.  If you click on the Slice Master status area and let the mouse hover there for a second you'll get a pop-up with the most recent status messages.  Take a look for any errors or warnings that mention port 7300.

    If none of this makes any sense, send an email to the address in the Slice Master splash screen and attach a zip file containing the contents of your Slice Master config folder.  To create the zip file just navigate to

        C:Users<your user name>AppDataLocalK1DBO

    then right-click on slice-master and select 'Send toCompressed (zipped) folder' and drag that into your email.

    --Don

  • terryterry Member
    edited July 2019
    I figured it out, it was a security setting in windows 10.

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