List of Ports on ScaleArc

The table below lists down various TCP/UDP ports that should be opened along the network path between your applications and databases for ScaleArc to operate seamlessly.

While configuring a cluster, ScaleArc listens on the ports configured for application/web servers to use for database traffic.

Ensure that bidirectional traffic on the indicated protocols is allowed to and from the following ports:

Ports Description SQL Server MySQL
Default      

HTTP 80

HTTPS 443

SNMP 161

Default is 80. X X
Open ports      
1435 idbudpsvc listens on this UDP port. X X
4000_idb_main IDB MAIN Command sync TCP port for HA.  X X
5010, 22 SSHD service listen port. X X
Reserved ports Used by ScaleArc internally for its own communication    
4000 - 5010   X X

6379

Redis-server 12 X X
199 snmpd X X
Port restrictions for Windows AD      
High port range of 49152 through 65535 Enable connectivity over these high port range if your computer network environment uses only Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, or Windows Vista. X X
  • High port range of 49152 through 65535
  • Low port range of 1025 through 5000
Enable connectivity over these high port ranges if your computer network environment uses Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 or Windows Vista together with versions of Windows earlier than Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista. X X
ScaleArc Configure the firewall to have at least the following ports open.    
53 TCP & UDP (DNS) X X
88 TCP & UDP (Kerberos authentication) X  
135 TCP (MS RPC) X  
137 UDP (NetBIOS name service) X  
138 UDP (NetBIOS datagram service) X  
139 (NetBIOS session service) X  
389 TCP & UDP (LDAP) X  
445 TCP (MS-DS AD) X  
464 TCP & UDP (Kerberos change/set password) X  
1024

636
3268 
3269

TCP (AD); used by Samba X  
1434 UDP port for SQL Server browser service when dynamic ports are used for SQL Server. X  

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