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Logical timestamp servers in Nexus Timestamp Server

This article describes the term logical timestamp server in Nexus Timestamp Server.

The purpose of a logical timestamp server is to associate applications with connectors, that is, to define which connectors to use to access a certain application. By binding the connectors in different logical servers to different network interfaces, network segmentation between user and system services can be accomplished.

Define logical server

  1. Define the logical server in <conf>/ You can add any number of connectors for each logical server.

    Example: Define logical server

    server.0 (user services)
    	HTTP connector on port 8879
    server.1 (system services)
    	HTTP connector on port 8878
  2. To associate a web application to a logical server, add a web application configuration file in <conf>/server-<n>, where <n> is the index of the server as defined in

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