16.20 - Data Domain Ports - Data Stream Utility

Teradata® DSA - DSU Installation, Configuration, and Upgrade Guide

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Data Stream Architecture
Data Stream Utility
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16.20
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September 2019
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Configuration
Installation
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B035-3153-127K

These tables show port requirements for accessing a Data Domain system through a firewall. For more information see: https://community.emc.com/docs/DOC-33258.

Important: Shaded rows are non-advocated ports. Do not activate those ports. They are shown to provide the defaults.

Ports: Inbound Traffic (Source is Client)

Protocol Service Port Description
TCP FTP 21 Port is used for control only if FTP is enabled (run ‘adminaccess show’ on the Data Domain system to determine if this is the case). Default: Disabled
TCP SSH/SCP 22 Port is used only if SSH is enabled (run ‘adminaccess show’ on the Data Domain system to determine if this is the case). Default: Enabled
TCP Telnet 23 Port is used only if Telnet is enabled (run ‘adminaccess show’ on the Data Domain system to determine if this is the case). Default: Disabled
TCP HTTP 80 Port is used only if HTTP is enabled (run ‘adminaccess show’ on the Data Domain system to determine if this is the case). Default: Enabled
TCP HTTPS 8080 Port is used only if HTTPS is enabled (run ‘adminaccess show’ on the Data Domain system to determine if this is the case). Default: Enabled
TCP DDBOOST/ NFS (portmapper) 111 Used to assign a random port for the mountd service used by NFS and DDBOOST.Mountd service port can be statically assigned.
UDP DDBOOST/NFS (Portmapper) 111 Used to assign a random port for the mountd service used by NFS and DDBOOST.Mountd service port can be statically assigned.
UDP NTP 123 Port is used only if NTP is enabled on the Data Domain system. Run ‘ntp status’ to determine if this is the case.
UDP CIFS (NetBIOS Name Service) 137 Port used by CIFS for NetBIOS name resolution.
UDP CIFS (NetBIOS Datagram Service) 138 Port used by CIFS for NetBIOS Datagram Service.
TCP CIFS (NetBIOS Session Service) 139 Port used by CIFS for session information.
UDP SNMP (Query) 161 Port is used only if SNMP is enabled. Run ‘snmp status’ to determine if this is the case.
TCP LDAP 389 LDAP server listens on this port for any LDAP client request. Default: TCP
TCP HTTPS 443 Port is used only if HTTPS is enabled (run ‘adminaccess show’ on the Data Domain system to determine if this is the case).
TCP CIFS (Microsoft-DS) 445 Main port used by CIFS for data transfer.
TCP OST / NFS 2049 Main port used by NFS. Can be modified with the ‘nfs set server-port’ command. Command requires SE mode.
TCP Replication / OST / Optimized Duplication 2051 Port is used only if replication is configured on the Data Domain system. Run ‘replication show config’ to determine if this is the case. This port can be modified with the ‘replication modify’ command.
TCP NFS Mountd / OST / Optimized Duplication 2052 Main port used by NFS MOUNTD. Can be modified with the 'nfs set mountd-port' command in SE mode.
TCP SMS (System Management) 3009 Port used for managing a system remotely using Web Based GUI DDEM (Data Domain Enterprise Manager). Cannot be modified. Only used on Data Domain systems running DDOS 4.7.x or later. Also needs to be opened if you plan to configure replication from within the Data Domain GUI interface, as the replication partner needs to be added to the DD Enterprise Manager.
TCP iPerf 5001 Default port used by iperf. To change the port, use the -p option from se iperf or port option from the net iperf command. Remote side must listen on the new port.
TCP Congestion-checker 5002 Default port used by congestion-checker when running iperf. To change the port, specify the new port in the port option of the net congestion-check command. Remote side must also listen on the new port. Available only for DDOS 5.2 and above.
*NFS (mountd) Can be hardcoded using the command 'nfs set mountd-port'. Command requires SE mode

Ports: Outbound Traffic (Source is Client)

Protocol Service Port Description
TCP FTP 20 Used for data only if FTP is enabled (run ‘adminaccess show’ on the Data Domain system to determine if this is the case). Default: Disabled
TCP SMTP 25 Used by the Data Domain system to send email autosupports and alerts.
UDP/TCP DNS 53 Used by Data Domain system to perform DNS lookups when DNS is configured. Run ‘net show dns’ to review DNS configuration.
TCP HTTP 80 Used by Data Domain system for uploading log files to Data Domain Support using the ‘support upload’ command. Default: Enabled
TCP HTTPS 8080 Used by Data Domain system for uploading log files to Data Domain Support using the ‘support upload’ command. Default: Enabled
UDP NTP 123 Used by the Data Domain system to synchronize to a time server.
UDP SNMP (Trap) 162 Used by the Data Domain system to send SNMP traps to SNMP host. Use ‘snmp show trap-hosts’ to see destination hosts and ‘snmp status’ to display service status.
UDP Syslog 514 Used by the Data Domain system to send syslog messages, if enabled. Use ‘log host show’ to display destination hosts and service status.
TCP Replication / OST / Optimized Duplication 2051 Used by Data Domain system only if replication is configured. Use ‘replication show config’ to determine if this is the case.
TCP SMS (System Management) 3009 Used for managing a system remotely using Web Based GUI DDEM (Data Domain Enterprise Manager). Cannot be modified. Only used on Data Domain systems running DDOS 4.7.x or later. Needs to be opened if you plan to configure replication from within the Data Domain GUI interface, as the replication partner needs to be added to the DD Enterprise Manager.
TCP iPerf 5001 Default port used by iperf. To change the port, use the -p option from se iperf or port option from the net iperf command. Remote side must listen on the new port.
TCP Congestion-checker 5002 Default port used by congestion-checker when running iperf. To change the port specify the new port in the port option of the net congestion-check command. Remote side must listen on the new port. Available only for DDOS 5.2 and above.