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
Article Type
Technical Solution


Issue



 Which ports does SPC 2.0 use for network communication?


Solution



 Note that not every SPC 2.0 implementation will use all of the following.

SPC 2.0 Ports Usage
Port Function
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
7891 Deepsight traffic
8080 Tomcat/Archiver
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
11434 Workflow Solution
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.





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