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Checking FASP Connection for RelativityOne
In order for RelativityOne to transfer data from a user's computer to Relativity server, it must be able to use multiple UDP ports to transfer data via the Fast Adaptive and Secure Protocol (FASP), which uses Port 33001. In order to see if a network is configured to transmit data to a fully qualified domain name via the FASP port run this PowerShell script:
. . . FQDN being the fully qualified domain name. If a domain can be reached the value listed for the 'PingSucceeded' value will be true. If the specified port can be accessed then TcpTestSucceeded will also be true.