TCP and UDP Ports used in PHD 6.x

SUMMARY

List of ports that PHDVB 6.x uses for communication

ISSUE

The following table lists the ports that PHD Virtual Backup uses for communication.

WARNING: If any of the ports below are restricted (using a firewall or any other method), PHD Virtual Backup may fail to function correctly. If you require additional assistance with port configurations or firewall settings, contact your network security administrator.

RESOLUTION

PortFunction
22 (TCP)         Required for access to the PHD Virtual Backup Appliance.
25 (TCP)SMTP
137, 138 (UDP), 139 and 445 (TCP)                                               Used by the Backup Data Connector when accessing backups over a CIFS/SMB share. NETBIOS Name Service, Datagram Service, and Session. Microsoft Active Directory.
443 (TCP and UDP)HTTPS access is required for communication between the PHD VBA and Console and each host. Licensing
465 (TCP and UDP)SSL Secure Email
111 (TCP and UDP)port mapper, SunRPC
860 and 3260 (TCP)Required when accessing iSCSI targets created using File Recovery.
2049 (TCP and UDP) NFS
40077 (UDP)nlockmgr
43369 (TCP)status
44645 (TCP)nlockmgr
48892 (UDP)mountd
50127 (UDP)status
55382 (TCP)

mountd

53 (TCP and UDP)Domain
123 (TCP and UDP)NTP
32766 (TCP) 
546 (TCP and UDP)DHCP
53 (TCP and UDP)DNS
  

Additional Ports

TCP                    4001, 32765, 32766, 32767 
UDP4002, 32765, 32766, 32767

Source Ports

  • domain
  • sunrpc 
  • netbios-ssn
  • https
  • microsoft-ds
  • submission
  • nfs

Ports above 10000 are often allowed to float (allocated / grabbed) at boot.

 

NOTES

If any of the ports above are restricted (using a firewall or any other method), PHD Virtual Backup may fail to function correctly. If you require additional assistance with port configurations or firewall settings, contact your network administrator.

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