Ports Used by Symantec Protection Center 2.0 (SPC 2.0)
|Article:TECH161601|||||Created: 2011-06-05|||||Updated: 2013-10-22|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH161601|
Which ports does SPC 2.0 use for network communication?
Note that not every SPC 2.0 implementation will use all of the following.
|20, 21, various ports above 1023||Active and Passive FTP. FTP ports may also be used for LiveUpdate traffic.|
|25||SMTP traffic for alerts and reports|
|53||DNS resolution traffic|
|80||Accepts connection and redirects users to https: //<SystemFQDNName>/Symantec/ProtectionCenter/Login.aspx
Port 80 may also be used for LiveUpdate traffic.
|123||NTP (Network Time Protocol) traffic|
|443||SPC Web Browser. Used for data connections to various Symantec products
Port 443 may also be used for LiveUpdate traffic.
|137, 138, 445||CIFS/Microsoft File Sharing|
|8443||Connection to SMG - Symantec Mail Gateway (formerly Brightmail) 9.5|
|8443-8445||Connection to the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM)|
|9000||Connection to PGP Universal Server 3.2|
|50121-50124||Used by SMP Agents to communicate with the Task Server|
Ports necessary may change as additional products become integrated into the SPC 2.0.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH161601