Unblock ports required for my Generation 4 server
For smooth operation of your Generation 4 server, you need to unblock port 2224 as described here. If server events are "stuck" because port 2224 is blocked, follow these steps and try again after 15 minutes.
Note: This procedure describes how to unblock ports if you're using FirewallD, a common firewall utility that ships with CentOS 7. If you're using a different firewall utility, you may need to change this sample code.
- Connect to the server via SSH. For help, see Connect to my Web Hosting account with SSH (Secure Shell).
- Run this command:
sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --zone=public --add-port=2224/tcp
- Run these commands:
sudo firewall-cmd --reload sudo firewall-cmd --list-portsThe second of these two commands verifies that the port is unblocked.