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Backup exec 2010 firewall

Created: 09 Oct 2012 | 2 comments
Alex Zn's picture

Hi!

I need open ports for communication from media server to client, i see only next list of ports http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=HOWTO22989#v21810966

So i have question:

Do i realy need ALL OF THIS ports to be opened on client AND server (i mean source and destination)?

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CraigV's picture

Your RWS agent, port 10000, is the most important. If you need to run your firewall, open this 1 and see that it allows comms between the server and remote server and that backups flow.

Thanks!

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Colin Weaver's picture

You need at least Port 10000 (for the NDMP Cntrol connection) and a range of ports (configurable but must be at least 20) for the NDMP Data Port.

For some applcatios syou will also need the publishing/advertising port (6101) in the opposite direction

Some of the other ports may only be needed to allow push install or share level backups,  are specific to CASO --> MMS/MBE server requirements or Client Side Deduplication etc so kind of depends on your backup environment.