RMS Port Devices Driver

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  • The Sentinel RMS License Manager uses port 5093 to transfer data over UDP between Servers and clients. Port 5099 is used for intercommunication between servers in a Server Redundancy constellation.
  • For most devices, the Ports device setup class and the Serial function driver provide the functionality required to operate serial ports and COM ports. To install serial ports and COM ports using these system-supplied components, do the following.

License Meter Key

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NOTEThe RMS License Meter Key is supported only on Windows and Linux.

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The license meter key is a hardware token that must be attached to the system on which licenses are generated. The license meter key is available in parallel port and USB form factors and is shipped along with the Sentinel RMS installer.

The meter key must be attached to the parallel or USB port of your computer, depending upon the type of key. The Sentinel System Driver, the device driver for accessing meter keys, is automatically installed when you install Sentinel RMS.

NOTEIf you decide to turn over the license generation activity to your distributors, you will require a meter key for each distributor. Optionally, a meter key can contain a pre-programmed meter counter to limit the licenses generated.

License Manager (License Server)

The Sentinel RMS License Manager enforces and manages licensing in multi-user environment. It keeps track of all the licenses and handles requests from network users who want to run your application, granting authorization to the requesters to allow them to run the application, and denying requests when all licenses are in use. It is an integral component of the network licensing schemes that can be implemented with Sentinel RMS, namely server-locked licenses, site licenses and commuter licenses.

NOTERMS does not support servers with numeric host names. The License Manager may not start on such machines due to external dependencies.

The License Manager usually runs on a computer within the network where users (clients) have installed the licensed application. See the diagram below:

Figure 1: Multiple Clients Accessing the Sentinel RMS License Manager

Usually the licenses reside on the License Manager in a license file. On startup, the License Manager reads the licenses from the file and creates a license table. Otherwise, these are added dynamically to the License Manager. The dynamically added licenses are only available in the License Manager memory. Once the License Manager is stopped these licenses are lost.

You program your application to look for a License Manager with available licenses.

When the licensed application is run on a client, a request is sent to the License Manager for obtaining an authorization. The License Manager processes the request (including the task of authenticating the clients, if required) and returns the status to the client. The License Manager maintains each request separately, treating these authorizations as separate clients.

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Figure 2: Client Requesting for a Network License

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ParameterSentinel RMS License Manager

Operating Systems Supported

> Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) operating system

>UNIX-based (32-bit and 64-bit) operating systems, including Linux, Mac, Solaris Sparc, x86, AIX, and HPUX

>Linux ARM (32-bit [Hard Float/Soft Float] and 64-bit) operating system.

NOTEFrom Sentinel RMS v9.7 onwards, Linux ARM operating system is supported.

For specific versions, refer to the release notes or contact the Technical Support.

Installation
Path

The default installation path on Windows is:

Windows 32-bit - <Osdrive>:Program FilesCommon FilesSafeNet SentinelSentinel RMS License ManagerWinNT.

Windows 64-bit - <Osdrive>:Program Files(x86)Common FilesSafeNet SentinelSentinel RMS License ManagerWinNT.

  • On UNIX and Linux ARM operating systems, you can place the License Manager executable (lserv) at any chosen location.

  • Network
    Protocol

    UDP (User Datagram Protocol) that can support both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.

    NOTEThe IPv6 protocol is not supported for Linux ARM OS.

    A client can contact the License Manager using the IPv4 or IPv6 communication protocol. When the License Manager is hosted on a dual stack system, both IPv4 and IPv6 clients can communicate with it, however, not all combinations are supported (see the illustration below for more information).

    License Manager Host ProtocolClient-side Protocol
    IPv4IPv6
    IPv4SupportedNot supported
    IPv6Not supportedSupported
    Dual stackSupportedSupported


    Network Port (default)

    5093

    NOTESentinel RMS License Manager uses port number 5093 and 5099. Make sure these ports are not blocked by a firewall. Otherwise, it may result in unexpected behavior.

    Network ReachBroadcasts within a subnet. Directed calls can access License Manager across subnets.
    Compatibility

    The License Managers may exist on different platforms than the clients running the licensed application. For example, a License Manager running on UNIX may administer Windows clients.

    The License Manager provides backward compatibility to previous version clients as well, as shown in the version compatibility matrix below.

    Client Version

    License Manager Version
    8.5.x8.6.x9.0.x9.1.x9.2.x9.3.x9.4.x9.5.x9.6.x9.7.x
    8.5.x
    8.6.xx
    9.0.xxx
    9.1.xxxx
    9.2.xxxxx
    9.3.xxxxxx
    9.4.xxxxxxx
    9.5.xxxxxxxx
    9.6.xxxxxxxxx
    9.7.xxxxxxxxxx
    Startup
    Options
    For information about configuring the License Manager (like error and transaction logging and tracing) and License Manager utilities (such as lslic, WlmAdmin, WRlfTool) refer to the Sentinel RMS SDK System Administrator Guide. The system administrators, who will be deploying and administering the License Managers in a network, will require this document.
    Failover
    Support
    Provides License Manager redundancy for up to 11 License Managers.

    For information about the redundant License Managers see 'Redundant License Managers'.

    Related Topics:

    Rms Port Devices Drivers

    For information about customizing the License Manager see 'Customization Features' in the Sentinel RMS SDK API Reference Guide.