3.2 Default Ports for Self Service Password Reset

Self Service Password Reset uses various ports to communicate with the LDAP directories, the databases, and the browsers. The following table lists the default ports Self Service Password Reset uses to help you plan your installation. You must open these ports in your firewall for Self Service Password Reset to work.

Table 3-1 Self Service Password Reset Appliance Default Ports

Component

Port

Protocol

Description

Inbound Traffic

 

 

 

Appliance Management

9443

HTTPS

Appliance management for Self Service Password Reset. For more information, see Managing the Appliance in the Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Administration Guide.

Apache Tomcat

8080

HTTP

Apache Tomcat

8443

HTTPS

 

ftp.novell.com

21

FTP

Incoming port and URL required to upload the longs to the Support teams. For more information, see Sending Information to Support in the Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Administration Guide.

nu.novell.com

and

www.novell.com

443

 

Incoming port and URLs required to register the appliance and receive product and security updates. For more information, see Performing an Online Update in the Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Administration Guide.

Outbound Traffic

 

 

 

SMTP

25

SMTP

SMTP messages to an email server.

Audit

514

UDP/IP

For more information, see the documentation for the Syslog server that you are using.

SMS

 

HTTP or HTTPS

For more information, see the documentation for the SMS gateway that you are using.

reCAPTCHA

 

 

For more information, see reCAPTCHA documentation.

Remote Database

Configurable

 

For more information, see the:

LDAP

Configurable default 389

 

For more information, see the LDAP directory documentation that you are using.

LDAPS

Configurable default 636

 

For more information, see the LDAP directory documentation that you are using.