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If you are using a network firewall or host-based firewall (e.g. iptables), you may need to change your firewall configuration to open ports that Server Backup Manager uses for network communication.

Licensing Server Network Ports

Input:
  • allow TCP packets from activation.r1soft.com port 443 to Server Backup port range 1024-65535
Output:

Backup Manager Web Interface Network Ports

Input:
  • allow TCP packets from any port to the Backup Manager port 80
  • allow TCP packets from any port to the Backup Manager port 443
Output:
  • allow TCP packets from the Backup Manager port 80 to any port range 1024-65535
  • allow TCP packets from the Backup Manager port 443 to any port range 1024-65535
    Notes
    • To access your Backup Manager's web interface, you will need to allow network traffic to the Backup Managers IP address, TCP port 80 for HTTP traffic, and TCP port 443 for HTTPS traffic.
    • HTTP and HTTPS ports are configurable. "80" and "443" are the default values. If you change the ports, do not forget to change your firewall configuration to reflect the changes.

API Server Network Ports

Input:
  • allow TCP packets from any port to the Backup Manager port 9080
  • allow TCP packets from any port to the Backup Manager port 9443
Output:
  • allow TCP packets from the Backup Manager port 9080 to any port range 1024-65535
  • allow TCP packets from the Backup Manager port 9443 to any port range 1024-65535
    Notes
    • To access the API server, you will need to allow network traffic to the Backup Managers IP address,  TCP port 9080 for HTTP traffic, and TCP port 9443 for HTTPS traffic.
    • HTTP and HTTPS ports are configurable. "9080" and "9443" are the default values. If you change the ports, do not forget to change your firewall configuration to reflect the changes. Read more in [Configuring API Server Options].

Backup Manager to DCC Communication Port

Input:
  • allow TCP packets from any port to the Backup Manager port 5443
Output:
  • allow TCP packets from the Backup Manager port 5443 to any port range 1024-65535

Backup Agent Network Ports

Backup Agent to Backup Manager, Backup Manager to Backup Agent

Input:
  • allow TCP packets from any port 1167 to the Backup Manager port range 1024-65535
Output:
  • allow TCP packets from the Backup Manager port range 1024-65535 to any port 1167
    Notes
    • You will need to allow your Backup Manager to open connections to each one of your Backup Agents on TCP port 1167.
    • The Backup Agent port is configurable. "1167" is the default value. If you change the ports, do not forget to change your firewall configuration to reflect the changes. Read more in Configure Backup Agent port.

Data Center Console Network Ports

Input:
  • allow TCP packets from any to the Backup Manager port 8080
  • allow TCP packets from any to the Backup Manager port 7443
Output:
  • allow TCP packets from Backup Manager port 8080 to any port range 1024-65535
  • allow TCP packets from Backup Manager port 7443 to any port range 1024-65535
Input:
  • allow TCP packets from any port to the Backup Manager port 6443
Output:
  • allow TCP packets from the Backup Manager port 6443 to any port range 1024-65535
Notes
  • You will need to allow your Data Center Console to open connections to each one of your Backup Managers to the Data Center Console IP address, TCP port 8080 for HTTP traffic, and TCP port 7443 for HTTPS traffic.
  • The Data Center Console ports are configurable. "8080" and "7443" are the default value. If you change the ports, do not forget to change your firewall configuration to reflect the changes.
    Read more in [Configuring Data Center Console].

Scheme description
  • Default Ports shown.
  • Blue dashed lines are external apps/access.
  • Orange solid lines are used in DCC to Backup Manager communication.
  • Ports in DCC and Backup Manager boxes may be configured on a server by server basis.
  • Ports in DCC/Backup Manager messages are for all servers.
  • Initial DCC/Backup Manager registration is on the Backup Manager SOAP port.
  • All updates, including initially showing the Backup Manager in the DCC Backup Manager list, are on the DCC/Backup Manager Messages ports.

Database Ports

Customers with both Backup Manager and Backup Agent can use localhost for their database instance hostname. It means, MySQL instance always should be localhost.

The Backup Manager will not connect directly to a database and instead connect to MySQL through the Backup Agent connection

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