Default Port Numbers Used on Exadata: Port Numbers for ILOM Part 2 of 3

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The previous post discusses the default port for general use. This post shows the default number for ILOM.

For the following SP Network Ports on db and cell nodes need to be opened. Otherwise opening remote console from ILOM will not work.

<br /><br />Port   Protocol  Application<br />5120   TCP       Oracle ILOM Remote Console: CD<br />5121   TCP       Oracle ILOM Remote Console: Keyboard and Mouse<br />5123   TCP       Oracle ILOM Remote Console: Diskette<br />5555   TCP       Oracle ILOM Remote Console: Encryption<br />5556   TCP       Oracle ILOM Remote Console: Authentication<br />6481   TCP       Oracle ILOM Remote Console: Servicetag Daemon<br />7578   TCP       Oracle ILOM Remote Console: Video<br />7579   TCP       Oracle ILOM Remote Console: Serial<br /><br />

The following are for Common Network Ports.

<br /><br />Port   Protocol       Application<br />22     SSH - TCP      SSH - Secure Shell<br />69     TFTP - UDP     TFTP (outgoing)<br />80     HTTP - TCP     Web<br />123    NTP - UDP      NTP (outgoing)<br />161    SNMP - UDP     SNMP<br />162    IPMI - UDP     IPMI (outgoing)<br />389    LDAP - UDP/TCP LDAP (outgoing)<br />443    HTTPS - TCP    Web<br />514    Syslog - UDP   Syslog - (outgoing)<br />623    IPMI - UDP     IPMI<br />546    DHCP - UDP     DHCP<br />1812   RADIUS - UDP   RADIUS (outgoing)<br /><br />

For more detail about default ports number used in ILOM, you can also check out document – Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Concepts Guide.

Related Posts:

Default Port Numbers Used on Exadata: Port Numbers for OEM Part 3 of 3

Default Port Numbers Used on Exadata: Port Numbers for General Use Part 1 of 3

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