In order to send and receive messages, an AMPS server must allow incoming connections. Transports configure incoming connections to AMPS. Transports are configured in the Transports element of the AMPS configuration file.

AMPS provides two distinct kinds of incoming connections:

  • Client Connections - for use by the AMPS clients to support external applications

  • Replication Connections - to receive replicated messages from other AMPS instances

Each transport controls how authentication and entitlements are enforced for that transport. The transport can either accept the defaults for the instance as a whole, or choose settings unique to that transport.

AMPS also provides the ability to filter incoming commands using the Transport Filters capability.

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