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What Ports and in which Directions need to be open in Firewall when Probe is on the other side UCMDB

If a Probe is on the other side of a Firewall From the uCMDB Server.

What Ports and in which Directions need to be open in Firewall

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Re: What Ports and in which Directions need to be open in Firewall when Probe is on the other side U

8453, 8454, 8080 and 80

and open it bidirectionally between probe and ucmdb server.

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What are 8453, 8454 used for send what data back and forth from the probes to the main server.

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Re: What Ports and in which Directions need to be open in Firewall when Probe is on the other side U

8453: Data Flow Probe’s secured web application port. It is used to share the Incoming and Original directories via HTTPs.

8454: If the Data Flow Probe is installed in separate mode and Jetty HTTPS mode is enabled, this port is used to share the Incoming and Original directories.

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