Ports that are used by Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows and Storage Foundation HA for Windows

Article:TECH83441  |  Created: 2006-01-28  |  Updated: 2011-05-25  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH83441
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Ports that are used by Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows and Storage Foundation HA for Windows


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The following table contains a list of ports that are used by Storage Foundation for Windows (SFW) and Storage Foundation HA for Windows (SFW-HA).

Figure 1 - Ports that are used by SFW and SFW-HA
 
Port Number Protocol Description
4888 TCP Veritas Scheduler Service (SFW 5.1 and above)
1556 TCP/UDP Private Branch Exchange (SFW 5.0 and above)
2148 / 3207 TCP/UDP Veritas Enterprise Administrator (VEA) Server (vxsvc.exe)
2821* Note 1 TCP/UDP Veritas Security Services (VxSS)
3207 TCP/UDP VEA (vxsvc.exe)
4145 UDP VCS heartbearts
7419 TCP Used by many Symantec wizards
14151 / 8181 / 8443 TCP/UDP VRTS Web Administration (vrtsweb.exe)
8199 TCP Volume Replicator Administrative Service (VRAS)
5634 HTTP/HTTPS Veritas Storage Foundation Messaging Service (xprtld.exe)
8989 TCP vxrserver (vxrsyncd)
14141 TCP VCS Engine (had.exe)
14144 TCP/UDP VCS Notification
14145 TCP/UDP Global VCS Cluster Manager (VCS 2.x and earlier)
14150 TCP/UDP VCS Command Server - use override environment variable VCS_CMDSERVER_PORT_ENV to change from default port used
14153 TCP/UDP VCS Cluster Simulator
14155 TCP VCS Global Cluster Option (SFW-HA 4.1 and later)
14300 TCP/UDP VRTSWeb Admin
15550 - 15558 TCP/UDP VCS Cluster Simulator
49152 - 65535 TCP/UDP Volume Replicator Packets, VCS Cluster heartbeat
14145 / 14994 / 14443 TCP/UDP Veritas Cluster Server Management Console Web Server Veritas Cluster Server Management Console Web Server Veritas Cluster Server Management Console Web Server
     


Note 1: In addition to port 2821, if the Root Broker is behind a firewall, TCP ports 135, 1253 and 445  must be opened as well. These ports are used by Microsoft Remote Administration.

Port Conflicts

In some cases, another process or application will attempt to use a port that is already being used by SFW.  This may cause the application, or SFW to function incorrectly. Some customers have successfully managed port conflicts by following the steps found in the following Microsoft article:  

Note: The steps found in this article have not been tested by Symantec. This link is provided as a reference:

 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/812873
 



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