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Port configuration guide

Below are details about ports that need to be open for the regular functioning of DataSecurity Plus.

  • Product ports

    The table below lists the default ports used by DataSecurity Plus. These can be changed during or after installation.

    Ports Protocol Purpose
    8800 HTTP Product web server/agent communication
    9163 HTTPS Product web server/agent communication
  • Note:To change the default ports after installation, open the DataSecurity Plus console > Admin tab. Under General settings, go to Connection > Change port.

  • System ports

    The table below lists the ports on the destination computers that DataSecurity Plus uses. These ports can be opened on Windows or third-party firewalls.

    Ports Protocol Destination Service Purpose Direction
    135 TCP Monitored computers RPC Agent communication Outbound
    137 TCP and UDP Monitored computers RPC Agent communication Outbound
    138 UDP Monitored computers RPC Agent communication Outbound
    139 TCP Monitored computers RPC Agent communication Outbound
    445 TCP and UDP Monitored computers RPC For listing file shares Outbound
    389 TCP and UDP Domain controllers LDAP For syncing AD objects with DataSecurity Plus Outbound
    636 TCP Domain controllers LDAP over SSL For syncing AD objects with DataSecurity Plus Outbound
    3268 TCP Domain controllers Global catalog For syncing AD objects with DataSecurity Plus Outbound
    3269 TCP Domain controllers Global catalog over SSL For syncing AD objects with DataSecurity Plus Outbound
    88 TCP Domain controllers Kerberos For syncing AD objects with DataSecurity Plus Outbound
    25 TCP SMTP servers SMTP To send emails Outbound
    465 TCP SMTP servers SSL To send emails Outbound
    587 TCP SMTP servers TLS To send emails Outbound
    49152 - 65535 TCP Monitored computers RPC randomly allocated high TCP ports For agent communication and cluster configuration Outbound
Note:
  • Remote registry services must be running on all machines that have the DataSecurity Plus agent installed to monitor the agent status.
  • If you're using Windows Firewall, you can open dynamic ports 49152 to 65535 on the monitored computers by enabling the outbound rules listed below.
    • Remote Event Log Management (NP-In)
    • Remote Event Log Management (RPC)
    • Remote Event Log Management (RPC-EPMAP)

To enable the above rules: Open Windows Firewall > Advanced settings > Inbound Rules, right-click on the respective rules, and select Enable Rule.

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