Dell EMC OpenManage Essentials Version 2.5 User's Guide

Supported Protocols and Ports on Managed Nodes

Table 1. Supported Protocols and Ports on Managed Nodes . The following table provides information about the protocols and ports that are supported on the managed nodes.
Port Number Protocol Port Type Maximum Encryption Level Direction Usage
22 SSH TCP 128 bit In/Out Contextual application launch — SSH client Remote software updates to Server Administrator—for systems supporting Linux operating systems Performance monitoring in Linux systems.
80 HTTP TCP None In/Out Contextual application launch — Networking console.
135 RPC TCP None In/Out Event reception through CIM from Server Administrator — for systems supporting Windows operating systems.

Remote software update transfer to Server Administrator—for systems supporting Windows operating systems Remote Command Line— for systems supporting Windows operating systems.

161 SNMP UDP None In/Out SNMP query management.
623 RMCP UDP None In/Out IPMI access through LAN.
1311 HTTPS TCP   In/Out Contextual application launch — OMSA.
1443 Proprietary TCP None In/Out Optional remote SQL Server access.
443 Proprietary/ WSMAN TCP None In/Out EMC storage, iDRAC6, iDRAC7, and iDRAC8 discovery and inventory.
2463 Proprietary TCP None From OpenManage Essentials to the managed node Discovery and inventory of PowerVault MD storage array
3389 RDP TCP 128-bit SSL In/Out Contextual application launch — Remote desktop to Windows terminal services.
5900–5901 Proprietary TCP None In/Out iDRAC virtual media service.
5900–5901 Proprietary TCP None In/Out iDRAC console redirection.
6389 Proprietary TCP None In/Out Enables communication between a host system (through NaviCLI/NaviSec CLI or Navisphere host agent) and a Navisphere Array Agent on a Storage system.

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