About the Default Ports

Oracle WebLogic Server for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure configures listen ports and network channels in a new domain.

Each server has both internal and external ports. Internal ports are not accessible from outside of Oracle Cloud. External ports support HTTP and HTTPS only. They do not support the T3 and T3S protocols, and they do not support HTTP tunneling. Oracle does not recommend enabling the T3 protocol or HTTP tunneling on network channels that are accessible from outside of Oracle Cloud.

If you chose to use a public subnet for the domain's compute instances, then the instances are assigned public IP addresses, and the external server ports are accessible from the Internet. If you used a private subnet, the external server ports are accessible only from the Oracle Cloud network, or from your on-premises data center over a VPN network.

Administration Server

Channel Port, Protocol Purpose
Default listen port 9071, T3
  • Internal domain communication
  • Use administration clients like the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) within this virtual cloud network (VCN)
  • Access T3 applications within this VCN
Default SSL listen port 9072, T3S
  • Internal domain communication
  • Use administration tools within this VCN
  • Access T3S applications within this VCN
ExternAdmin 7001, HTTP
  • Access the administration console
  • Access web applications
SecuredExternAdmin 7002, HTTPS
  • Access the administration console
  • Access web applications

Managed Servers

Channel Port, Protocol Purpose
Default listen port 9073, T3
  • Internal domain communication
  • Use administration tools within this VCN
  • Access T3 applications within this VCN
Default SSL listen port 9074, T3S
  • Internal domain communication
  • Use administration tools within this VCN
  • Access T3S applications within this VCN
ExternAdmin 7003, HTTP Access web applications
SecuredExternAdmin 7004, HTTPS Access web applications