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Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

Ports and Protocols

12c Release 2 (12.2.0.0.0)

E51942-02

March 2014

This document contains the latest information on the ports and protocols that Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center uses and web sites that the product accesses.

Use this document to open specific ports in your corporate network and to allow access to specific web sites.

Ports and Protocols

Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center requires the use of specific ports and protocols.

The Enterprise Controller's default port is 443. If port 443 is in use, the Enterprise Controller uses Port 11165. Table 1 describes all the required ports and their protocols.

Table 1 Required Ports and Protocols

Communication Direction Protocol and Port Purpose

Enterprise Controller

Port 443, then Port 11165

Port 8005

Enterprise Controller in Disconnected mode

Enterprise Controller

Port 443, then Port 11165

Enterprise Controller in Connected mode

Browser to Enterprise Controller

HTTP, TCP: Port 80

Redirects to port 9443

Browser to Enterprise Controller

HTTPS, TCP: Port 9443

Web interface

Enterprise Controller to Local Database

Port 11176

Oracle Listener port

Enterprise Controller to Proxy Controller

SSH, TCP: Port 22

ICMP ping: Type 8 Code 0 (echo request)

Enterprise Controller installs or upgrades a Proxy Controller through the UI.

Proxy Controllers to Enterprise Controller

HTTPS, TCP: Port 443

Proxy Controller pushes data about assets to Enterprise Controller.

Proxy Controller pulls data for jobs, updates, Agent Controllers, and OS images from the Enterprise Controller.

Proxy Controllers to Enterprise Controller

HTTP: Port 8004

WAN boot traffic

Proxy Controllers to Enterprise Controller

ICMP ping: Type 0 Code 0 (echo reply)

During upgrades, Proxy Controllers use ICMP ping.

Remote Proxy Controller to Enterprise Control through an SSH Tunnel

SSH, Port 21161

When a Proxy Controller is deployed on a network outside of the firewall, the SSH Tunnel and Port 21161 change the direction of communication so that the remote Proxy Controller does not initiate communication with the Enterprise Controller.

Proxy Controller to ALOM Service Processors

SSH, TCP: Port 22 or Telnet, TCP: Port 23

SNMP, UDP: Port 161

UDP: Port 6481 (for discovery by service tags)

ICMP, Type 8 Code 0

Proxy Controller discovers, manages, and monitors the service processor.

Proxy Controller to ILOM Service Processors

SSH, TCP: Port 22

SNMP, UDP: Port 161

IPMI, TCP, UDP: Port 623

UDP: Port 6481 (for discovery by service tags)

ICMP, Type 8 Code 0

Proxy Controller discovers, manages, and monitors the service processor.

Proxy Controller to ALOM or XCSF Service Processor

FTP, TCP: Port 21

Proxy Controller provisions firmware on an ALOM service processor. Port 21 transfers the firmware image. A transient random port is opened for the duration of the operation.

Proxy Controller to ILOM Service Processor

The transfer of images to targets that use ILOM 3.0 or higher uses HTTP on Port 8003.

The transfer of images to targets that use a version of ILOM earlier than 3.0 uses TFTP, UDP and Port 69.

Proxy Controller provisions firmware on an ILOM service processor.

For TFTP transfers, a transient random port is opened for the duration of the operation.

Service Processor to Proxy Controller

SNMP, UDP: Port 162

ICMP ping: Type 0 (echo reply)

For monitoring hardware, the service processor sends SNMP traps to the Proxy Controller.

For a failed connection, Proxy Controller receives ICMP ping Type 3 (destination unreachable).

Proxy Controller to OS Host

SSH, TCP: Port 22 or Telnet, TCP: Port 23

UDP: Port 6481 (for discovery and monitoring by service tags)

ICMP, Type 8 Code 0 (heartbeat)

Proxy Controller discovers, manages, and monitors an asset.

Proxy Controller to OS Host

DHCP, UDP: Port 67

Proxy Controller provisions Oracle Solaris 11 for x86, Oracle Solaris 10, and Linux OS.

Proxy Controller to OS Host

HTTP: Port 8003

Proxy Controller provisions Oracle Solaris 11 for SPARC.

OS Host to Proxy Controller

HTTP, TCP: Port 8004

Oracle Solaris 11 Automated Installer Web Server: Port 5555 to accept requests from the OS Host during provisioning:

  • For WAN boot, open the port on the Enterprise Controller and Proxy Controllers.

  • For DHCP, open the port on the Proxy Controllers.

OS Host reports status of OS updates and status of Agent Controller installation.

OS Host downloads Agent Controller archive file.

On Oracle Solaris 11 systems, you can change the port that WAN boot uses, using the following commands on the Proxy Controllers:

svccfg -s system/install/server:default setprop all_services/port = portID

svccfg refresh system/install/server:default

To ensure that WAN boot downloads the miniroot, the OS profile, and the OS manifest from the same server, the multicastDNS service is disabled on the Proxy Controller.

OS Host to Proxy Controller

DHCP, UDP: Port 68

TFTP, UDP: Port 69

TCP+UDP: Port 37

HTTP, TCP: Port 8004

OS Host responds to Proxy Controller inquiries during bare-metal OS provisioning

Agent Controller to Proxy Controller

HTTPS, TCP: Port 21165

Agent Controllers push asset data to Proxy Controller.

Agent Controllers pull data for jobs.

Agent Controller to Proxy Controller

HTTPS, TCP: Port 8002

Agent Controllers pull updates from Proxy Controller.

Agent Controller on Oracle Solaris OS or on Oracle hardware to co-located Proxy Controller

SNMP: Port 1162, or a port in the range of 1100 through 1200

For monitoring assets, the Agent Controller sends trap notifications and fault management alerts (FMA) to the Proxy Controller as local traffic. Because the Proxy Controller is using Port 162, a co-located Agent Controller uses Port 1162, if it is available, or a port in the range of Ports 1100 through 1200.

Java client to public APIs

TLS: Port 11172

JMX access from clients

WMI client on Proxy Controller to Agent Controller

Port 11162

WMI client resides on the Proxy Controller and communicates with the WMI server on the Agent Controller.

The Proxy Controller uses the DCOM protocol to monitor a Windows system. The Proxy Controller opens a TCP connection to the Windows DCOM registry port, TCP 135, which provides a lookup service to the WMI scripting DCOM object. The Proxy Controller connects to the DCOM object. The port number for this connection is allocated by the Windows system.

Proxy Controller to NFS server

Use an NFS server that is on the same side of the firewall as the Proxy Controller.

Refer to your OS documentation to set up the NFS server.

Proxy Controller pulls provisioning images from NAS Library

Global Zones or Oracle VM Servers to NFS server

Use an NFS server that is on the same side of the firewall as the Proxy Controller.

Refer to your OS documentation to set up the NFS server.

Global Zones and Oracle VM Servers push their metadata and virtual host images to NAS Library

OCDoctor to java.net

HTTPS, TCP: Port 80

Acquires product updates.


Firewall Rules

The Enterprise Controller must reach some external sites. If you have explicit firewall rules enabled to allow access to these services from your Enterprise Controller, you must update these rules to maintain access to the sites in Table 2.

Table 2 IP Address and Port Requirements

Site Port Purpose

https://java.net/projects/oc-doctor/downloads

Port 443

Updates to OCDoctor utility

https://java.net/projects/oc-cluster-profiles

Port 443

Access to Oracle Solaris Cluster profiles and scripts.

login.oracle.com

Port 443

Logging into Oracle sites

updates.oracle.com

Port 443

Access to Oracle Knowledge Base for OS updates

inv-cs.oracle.com

Port 443

Product registration

hs-ws1.oracle.com

Port 443

Product registration

support.oracle.com

Port 443

My Oracle Support

www.oracle.com

Port 80

Online Help

aru-akam.oracle.com

Port 80

Provides local IP addresses to optimize download speed. Use nslookup to resolve the IP address, add the address to the /etc/hosts file, and open the firewall for the address.

a248.e.akamai.net

Port 443

Provides local IP addresses to optimize download speed. Use nslookup to resolve the IP address, add the address to the /etc/hosts file, and open the firewall for the address.


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