Architecture

Endpoint Central - MSP: Architecture

Endpoint Central MSP is built on agent-server architecture. It provides two different options in managing customers of varied sizes.

You can choose different options for your different clients based on your need.

Click here to know the complete details of the components used in Endpoint Central MSP architecture.

UEM Central MSP Architecture

Ports

Ports Purpose Type Connection
8040 Used for Agent-Server commmunication HTTP In bound to server
8041 Used for communication between agent and central server HTTPS In bound to server
8058 For accessing PGSQL database in case of remote DB access TCP In bound to server
8057 Used to complete on-demand tasks like inventory scanning, patch scanning, remote control, remote shutdown and moving agents from one remote office to another TCP In bound to server
8047 For remote desktop sharing & associated tools TCP SSL In bound to server
8047 For voice and video calls UDP In bound to server
8048 Used for remote desktop sharing & associated tools TCP In bound to server
8053 Used for file transfer TCP SSL In bound to server
8054 Used for file transfer TCP In bound to server
135 Used for remote administration and sharing of files and printer TCP Outbound
8044 Used for communication between agent and distribution server HTTP In bound to distribution server
8045 Used for communication between agent and distribution server HTTPS In bound to distribution server

Managing Directly from Central Server :

In this mode, each agent residing in your clients' endpoints directly communicate with the central server. This is suitable in cases where you have very few desktops to manage. You do not need a dedicated system at your clients place for installing the distribution server.

Managing Through Distribution Server :

Consider a scenario where you have more than 10 computers at one of your clients. If each agent contact the server to download the required patches, software binaries, etc., it will cause a definite bandwidth overhead. In such cases, you can opt to install a Distribution Server in one of the computer in the clients place. The distribution server periodically synchronizes the patches and software binaries with the central server. The agents installed in the client computers will contact the Distribution Server to pull the tasks available for them and also download the patch and software binaries from the distribution server.

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