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Port requirements

Updated: June 16, 2017

This graphic shows the SRM Profiler with supported storage devices and the ports required for communications.

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This graphic shows SRM Profiler integrated with SRM main poller, additional poller, additional web server, and the port required for communications.

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Ports required by SRM Profiler

PortTypeDescription
22TCPUsed on the control system for EMC Celerra Storage Devices
80TCPUsed on the NetApp head/cluster node and any available CIFS/NFS.
161UDPUsed for polling of Fiber Channel Switches: Cisco MDS, Brocade, McData, and QLogic Switches. Used on the EqualLogic Group IP.
162UDPAgents use this port to notify SRM Profiler server when information is available to be retrieved from the agent. If port 162 is in use by Orion NPM, then SRM Profiler will use 10162 or 20162 when SNMP traps are sent to the SRM Profiler server.
443TCPSRM Profiler uses this port to communicate with VMware Virtual Center or ESX server. Used on the NetApp head/cluster node and any available CIFS/NFS.

 
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