I was going to have you do that check. So if those ports are not open, either the services are not running or you have a firewall blocking them.
First launch your LMTOOLS and perform a status enquiry. Make sure it is running and licenses are available. If you are using the Windows firewall, make the exceptions there. If it is a 3rd party, you'll have to look at the documentation on how to accomplish that.
I have a question for Travis. I have read this thread, and didn't see anything directly relating to the issue I am having. I am running the 2014 version of Civil3d. The NLM works sometimes on my PC, and other times it doesn't. It is giving the same error as discussed before in this thread. I can't seem to figure out why it would work today and not tomorrow, when there are plent of licenses left to use. I hope you or someone out there can help me resolve this issue. I pinged the IP and NLM host name, they both came back good. I tried going into environmental variables and adding a new system variable, with no luck. Maybe I am missing something simple. Our NLM is not in our office, if that helps. Thank you!
Because it sometimes works and is not in your office, it is almost certainly a latency issue.
Try the FLEXLM_TIMEOUT system environment variable and start with one-million and move up a million if needed.
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