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E5MS - Firewall Ports Breakdown (Doc ID 2002304.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 18, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Communications EAGLE (Hardware) - Version E5-MS 45.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Port Description Needed for
20 (TCP) Data port for FTP STP Measurements w/o security feature enabled
21 (TCP) Command port for FTP STP Measurements w/o security feature enabled
22 (TCP) Port used for SSH connection ALL configurations
23 (TCP) Port used for Telnet connection to support outbound connections to STPs configured without the SSH option; E5-MS does not provide Telnet as a login service Connections to the STP in non-secure mode and locally to the SSH tunnel to the STP
69 (UDP) TFTP service port used by WebNMS ALL Configurations
161 (UDP) SNMP port When monitoring SNMP devices (EPAP/STP in SNMP Mode, etc,.)
162 (UDP) SNMP trap port used for receiving traps When monitoring SNMP devices (EPAP/STP in SNMP Mode, etc,.)
1099 (TCP) RMI Registry port used in Client-Server communication ALL Configurations
2000 (TCP) NMS BE port used for communication between BE and FE servers ALL Configurations
2300 (TCP) Config Server port ALL Configurations
3306 (TCP) MySQL ALL Configurations
4500 (TCP) SAS (SNMP Applet server) port In BE - FE combination, all SAS-related information is passed through a socket. ALL Configurations
4567 (TCP) Web NMS Client-Server communication port ALL Configurations
8001 (UDP) Web NMS Agent port ALL Configurations
8002 (UDP) Port to receive SNMP set request from NMS SNMP resync requests from the northbound SNMP management server
8443 (TCP) SSL connection port ALL Configurations
9000 (TCP) I-net Clear Reports server port ALL Configurations w/Reporter server
9999 (TCP) SUM port ALL Configurations
36001 (TCP) NMS FE secondary port ALL Configurations
36002 (TCP) Web NMS Client-Server communication port ALL Configurations
36003 (TCP) RMI Server Socket port ALL Configurations
Port Range (TCP) For the NBI FTP module to transfer measurement files from E5-MS to NMS using FTP (passive mode), the port range (ports used for ftp) for the FTP server needs to be configured at NMS. The ports specified in the port range on NMS need to be opened on the E5-MS server firewall as well. STP Measurements w/o security feature enabled

Symptoms

Customer requested list of ports showing what they could close on each interface

Cause

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