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

oem_12c

In the post of Part 1, I show the default port numbers for general purpose.

The Part 2 shows the port numbers related to ILOM. This post shows the port numbers for 12c Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) Cloud Control.


Port Name                Normal Ranges    Exadata Default Value
EM Upload HTTP Port      4889-4898        4889
EM Upload HTTPS Port     1559,4899-4908   1159

Node Mgr HTTPS Port      7401-7500        Check
Managed Server HTTP Port 7201-7300        Check
EM Console HTTP Port     7788-7798        7788
EM Console HTTPS Port    7799-7809        7799

Management Agent Port    3872,1830-1849   Check
Admin Server HTTP Port   7001             Check
Admin Server HTTPS Port  7101-7200        Check
Managed Server HTTPS Port 7301-7400       Check

Check means check the port number configured in the installation.

There are a few ports not necessarily through the firewall between Exadata and OEM OMS.

EM Repository DB Port                 1521

There are also some more ports related to OEM and optional, and only need when using the components.

Port Name                             Port Number
JVM Diagnostics Managed Server	      3800
JVM Diagnostics Managed Server (SSL)  3801

ADP RMI Registry Port	              51099
ADP Java Provider Port	              55003
ADP Remote Service Controller Port	  55000
ADP Listen                            4210
ADP Listen Port (SSL)                 4211
BI Publisher HTTP                     9701
BI Publisher HTTPS                    9702
Secure web connection to oracle.com   443

Note: Port 443 is https to updates.oracle.com, support.oracle.com, ccr.oracle.com, login.oracle.com,aru-akam.oracle.com
It is outgoing from OMS and used for communication with Oracle for OCM, MOS, Patching, Self-Updates, ASR.

To verify detail about the ports used in oms, you can run the followings

[oracle@gc12c bin]$ emctl status oms -details
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Release 2
Copyright (c) 1996, 2012 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
Enter Enterprise Manager Root (SYSMAN) Password :
Console Server Host : gc12c.enkitec.com
HTTP Console Port : 7789
HTTPS Console Port : 7801
HTTP Upload Port : 4890
HTTPS Upload Port : 4901
EM Instance Home : /u01/app/oracle/oms12c/gc_inst/em/EMGC_OMS1
OMS Log Directory Location : /u01/app/oracle/oms12c/gc_inst/em/EMGC_OMS1/sysman/log
OMS is not configured with SLB or virtual hostname
Agent Upload is locked.
OMS Console is locked.
Active CA ID: 1
Console URL: https://gc12c.enkitec.com:7801/em
Upload URL: https://gc12c.enkitec.com:4901/empbs/upload

WLS Domain Information
Domain Name : GCDomain
Admin Server Host: gc12c.enkitec.com

Managed Server Information
Managed Server Instance Name: EMGC_OMS1
Managed Server Instance Host: gc12c.enkitec.com
WebTier is Up
Oracle Management Server is Up

I could not find a command to show what’s port number is used for something like Node Manager, Managed Server. But do find a way to show this kind of information from a temp file in the initial installation. The file is in MIDDLEWARE_HOME/.gcinstall_temp/staticports.ini on OMS host.

[oracle@gc12c oracle]$ cat /u01/app/oracle/oms12c/.gcinstall_temp/staticports.ini
Enterprise Manager Upload Http Port=4890
Enterprise Manager Upload Http SSL Port=4901
Enterprise Manager Central Console Http SSL Port=7801
Node Manager Http SSL Port=7405
Managed Server Http Port=7203
Enterprise Manager Central Console Http Port=7789
Oracle Management Agent Port=3872
Admin Server Http SSL Port=7102
Managed Server Http SSL Port=7302

The following chart shows firewall configurations for OEM components.

OEM_firewall_port

Related Posts:

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

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

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