Port requirements for WHD
Review and open ports for WHD to support communications to and from the WHD server.
This section lists the secure and non-secure ports to access the following WHD resources:
- WHD interfaces
- External and embedded databases
- Email traffic
- LDAP and Active Directory
- Asset Discovery
- Firewall port requirements for data traffic
The following table lists the WHD ports for secure and non-secure interface traffic.
|80||TCP||HTTP communications with Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS)|
|443||TCP||Secure traffic from the WHD Administrator Console|
|8081||TCP||Non-secure traffic from the WHD Administrator Console (Windows, Linux, OS X)|
|8443||TCP||(Default) Secure traffic from the WHD Administrator Console (Windows, Linux, OS X)|
|61616||TCP||WHD Discovery engine (JMS queue port)|
The following table lists the WHD ports for external and embedded database communications.
Communications with a Microsoft SQL external database, including:
|3306||TCP||Communications with a MySQL external database (such as LANrev, and Casper 8 and lower)|
|5432||TCP||Communications with an External PostgreSQL database|
|17778||TCP||Communications from the SolarWinds Orion server (Orion integration only)|
|20293||TCP||Communications with an embedded PostgreSQL database
The following table lists the WHD ports for email traffic.
|25||TCP||Traffic from the WHD server to the email server for automated email notifications|
|80||TCP||Non-secure traffic with Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS)|
|110||TCP||Non-secure traffic with the POP3 mail server|
|143||TCP||Non-secure traffic with the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) mail server|
|443||TCP||Secure traffic with EWS|
|993||TCP||Secure traffic with the IMAP mail server|
|995||TCP||Secure traffic with the POP3 mail server|
The following table lists the WHD ports for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and Microsoft Active Directory.
|389||TCP||Non-secure traffic from the WHD server to a designated server (usually a domain controller) for use with the Directory Service tool (LDAP, Active Directory)|
|636||TCP||Secure traffic from the WHD to a designated server (usually a domain controller) for use with the Directory Service tool (LDAP, Active Directory)|
The following table lists the WHD ports for Asset Recovery.
Asset Discovery using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).
WMI calls uses port 135 and then choose a random port for further communication.
|1521||TCP||Communications with the Oracle Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) connector for asset discovery|
|3306||TCP||Communications with the MySQL external database, LANrev, and Casper 8 and lower|
|4445||TCP||Remote log server reader|
|5433||TCP||Communications with Apple Remote 3.2 for asset discovery|
|7100||TCP||Communications with a Sybase database for asset discovery|
Firewalls between any two points of communication must have the requisite ports open to inbound or outbound traffic according to the relative direction of the communication traffic.
For additional port information, see: