TCP Listener connectors receive messages over "raw sockets."
The DNS domain name or IP address to listen for connections on.
The port to listen for connections on.
The amount of time, in milliseconds, to wait without receiving a message before closing a connection.
Enter at least the size, in bytes, of the largest message expected. Entering too small a value will cause larger messages to be rejected. Entering too large a value will waste memory. Generally, the default value is fine.
Select the character set encoding used by the message sender, or Select Default to use the default character set encoding for the JVM running Mirth.
Select Binary if the inbound messages are raw byte streams. Select ASCII if the inbound messages are text streams.
- Select "None" to send no response.
- Select a destination of this channel that will supply a return value using the Response Map.
- Select a variable that has been added to the Response Map.
Response on New Connection
Select No to send the message response on the same connection as the inbound message was received on. Select Yes to send the response on a new connection.
Enter the DNS domain name or IP address to send message responses to.
Enter the port to send message responses to.