Backup Exec Ports

Article:HOWTO22989  |  Created: 2010-01-01  |  Updated: 2011-05-04  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO22989
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Backup Exec Ports

You may have special port requirements for Backup Exec if you use a firewall. Firewalls sometimes affect system communications between a media server and remote systems that reside outside the firewall environment.

See About using Backup Exec with firewalls.

The following table provides more information about which ports Backup Exec and its agents and options use:

Table: Backup Exec Ports

Service or Process

Port

Port Type

Backup Exec Agent Browser (process=benetns.exe)

6101

TCP

Backup Exec Remote Agent for Windows Systems (process=beremote.exe)

10000

TCP

Backup Exec media server (process=beserver.exe)

3527, 6106

TCP

MSSQL$BKUPEXEC (process=sqlservr.exe)

1125

1434 (ms-sql-m)

TCP

UDP

Backup Exec Remote Agent for NetWare

10000 (Backup Exec 10.x), 6102 (Backup Exec 9.x)

TCP

Oracle Agent for Windows and Linux Servers

Random port unless configured otherwise

Remote Agent for Linux or UNIX Servers (RALUS)

Default NDMP port, typically

10000

TCP

Backup Exec deduplication engine (process=spoold.exe)

10082

TCP

Backup Exec deduplication manager (process=spad.exe)

10102

TCP

Kerberos

88

UDP

NETBIOS

135

TCP, UDP

NETBIOS Name Service

137

UDP

NETBIOS Datagram Service

138

UDP

NETBIOS Session Service

139

TCP

NETBIOS (Windows 2000)

445

TCP

DCOM/RPC

3106

TCP

Backup Exec Remote Agent

6103

TCP

Push Install - Check for conflicts in message queue for CASO which is part of beserver.exe

103x

TCP

Push Install

441

TCP

SMTP email notification

25 outbound from media server

TCP

SNMP

162 outbound from media server

TCP


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