Avalanche 5.3.x Ports - All necessary ports for running Avalanche Mobility Center (AMC) and Avalanche Site Edition (ASE) TCP UDP

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    Avalanche 5.3Avalanche SE 5.3Avalanche 6.2

    AVALANCHE 5.3.x PORTS

    DATABASE INBOUND PORTS
    The databases listen on different ports depending on the database management system you are using (PostgreSQL, Oracle, or Microsoft SQL Server) and whether the database administrator has changed the port number. The following table lists the default port for each database management system. Be sure to configure Avalanche and your network with the correct port number.

    The standard Avalanche installation uses a PostgreSQL database management system.

    5432 (TCP) PostgreSQL listens for the Enterprise Server, Statistics Server, Web Console

    1521 (TCP) Oracle listens for the Enterprise Server, Statistics Server, Web Console

    1433 (TCP) MS SQL Server listens for the Enterprise Server, Statistics Server, Web Console

    ENTERPRISE/STATISTICS SERVER PORTS
    The following list provides ports that the Enterprise and Statistics Server use to communicate, a short traffic description, and the source and destination. The Tomcat server is usually installed local to the Enterprise Server.

    389 (TCP) LDAP user verification. From the Enterprise Server to an LDAP server.

    5002 (TCP) Active Directory user verification. From the Enterprise Server to an Active Directory server.

    7221 (TCP) Mobile device servers and infrastructure servers requesting licenses from the License Server. From the infrastructure servers and/or mobile device servers to the Enterprise Server.

    7225 (TCP) InfoRail transmission of information between servers, consoles, databases. From: Infrastructure Server, Mobile Device Server, Enterprise Server, Web and Java Console, databases. To: Infrastructure Server, Mobile Device Server, Statistics Server, databases.

    7226 (TCP) InfoRail internal use. Local.

    8080 (TCP) Web Console requesting information. From the Web Console to the Tomcat server.

    Note: If you use an SSL certificate, the Tomcat server listens on 8443 for a connection. You can change this to 443 in the server.xml file if no other program is using 443.

    INFRASTRUCTURE SERVER OUTBOUND PORTS
    The following is a list of remote ports that the Infrastructure Server sends information to.

    22 (UDP/TCP) SSH. Server manages device. Destination: infrastructure device.

    23 (UDP/TCP) Telnet. Server manages device. Destination: infrastructure device.

    25 (TCP) SMTP. Server sends e-mail notifications. Destination: SMTP Server.

    80 (TCP) HTTP. Server manages device. Destination: infrastructure device.

    161 (UDP/TCP). SNMP. Server manages device; includes SNMP V3. Destination: infrastructure device.

    7225 (TCP). Communication between Infrastructure Server and Enterprise/Statistics Server. Destination: Enterprise Server (InfoRail).

     

     

    INFRASTRUCTURE SERVER INBOUND PORTS
    The following is a list of the ports that the Infrastructure Server listens on.


    69 (UDP) TFTP. Firmware upgrades. Source: infrastructure device.

    162 (UDP) SNMP traps and VLACL information. Source: infrastructure device.

    2313 (UDP) IAPP. Discovery of Proxim APs. Source: Proxim APs.

    7200 (TCP) RPC. Infrastructure Site Tool initiates authentication with Infrastructure Server. Source: Infrastructure Site Tool.

    7205 (TCP) Alerts service connects to Infrastructure Server. Source: Infrastructure Server (always local).

    7210 (TCP) Alerts service authenticates with Infrastructure Site Tool. Source: Infrastructure Site Tool.

    7211 (TCP) Infrastructure Site Tool starts/stops Infrastructure Server. Source: Infrastructure Site Tool.

    7212 (UDP) Communication between Infrastructure Site Tool and Infrastructure Server. Source: Infrastructure Site Tool.

    7213 (UDP) Alerts service normal data communication. Source: Infrastructure Site Tool.

    7215 (UDP) Infrastructure Server authentication with Infrastructure Site Tool. Source: Infrastructure Site Tool.

    MOBILE DEVICE SERVER PORTS
    The following is a list of the ports that the Mobile Device Server uses to communicate with the Enabler installed on a mobile device.

    1777 (UDP/TCP) Protocol Service. Traffic between the server and the Enabler.

    1778 (UDP/TCP) MUV3. Services persistent connections to mobile devices. Allows for device chat, sending message to the device and pinging the device from within Avalanche.


    WAVELINK PRODUCTS USED WITH AVALANCHE
    The following is a list of the ports that are used by Wavelink products often used in conjunction with Avalanche.

    1899 (TCP/UDP) Remote Control.

    1900 (TCP) Remote Control.

    5001 (TCP) CE Secure/SecurePlus.