Lyris User's Guide
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LCP Hosts
Table of Contents
Lyris Email Commands
Web Interface for Users
Server Administrator
Overview of Server Administrator
Server Admin Menu
Sites Menu
Server Config
Activation code and admin contact
TCP/IP Settings
Mail Receiving Settings
Mail Delivery Settings
Lyris Command Protocol (LCP) Settings
LCP Hosts
LCP Password
LCP Port
Programming Extensions at the Server Level
Miscellaneous Server Config Settings
Server Documents
Server Action Phrases
Server People
Incoming Mail
Outgoing Mail
Server Admin Log
Shutdown Server
Site Administrator
List Administrator
Other Topics
Add-On Packages
Installing and Upgrading
Frequently Asked Questions

LCP Hosts

(required) The LCP hosts setting defines the TCP/IP address of the computers which are allowed to access the Lyris Command Protocol on your Lyris Server. Since the Lyris Web Interface uses the Lyris Command Protocol to access your Lyris Server, you will need to have the TCP/IP addresses of the machines that you want to allow to run the Lyris Web Interface.

Note that if you remove the TCP/IP address of the computer you are using to run the Lyris Web Interface that you will be locked and no longer able to access the Lyris Web Interface.

Also, if you copy the Lyris Web Interface programs to another Web Server, the Lyris Server will not allow that Web Server to access it until that machine is added to the list of LCP Hosts. You will receive an error from the Lyris Web Interface on that computer.

If you do this, you will need to shutdown your Lyris server, and run the command: lyris lcp tcp/ip-address. This will add the specified tcp/ip-address to the list of LCP hosts. For example:

    lyris lcp

When first installing Lyris, the TCP/IP address of the machine running the Lyris Server is added to the list of LCP hosts. If you are running the Lyris Web Interface on another computer, you can remove this setting.

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