Default Ports Used by the Solution Manager Modules

The table below lists the TCP/IP ports that each module of the Solution Manager listens for incoming connections.

Consider this:

  • These ports need to be free (not used by other applications).

  • If the Solution Manager is behind a firewall, open the appropriate ports (see the list below the table).

  • These are the default port numbers. They can be changed during the installation process or later, in the administration tool of each module.

Default TCP/IP port numbers opened by the Solution Manager modules

Server

Default Port

Solution Manager Server

Port

10090

License Manager

Port

10091

Virtual DataPort

Server port (Virtual DataPort administration tool and JDBC port)

19999 and 19997

ODBC port

19996

Shutdown port (only reachable from localhost)

19998

Denodo Platform Web container (Solution Manager Administration Tool)

Web container port

19090 for HTTP connections

19443 for HTTPS connections

Shutdown port (only reachable from localhost)

19099

Monitoring ports (JMX)

19098 and 19097

Ports to Open on a Firewall

If the Solution Manager runs behind a firewall, open the following ports in the firewall. If the Solution Manager runs on Windows, remember to open the ports on the Windows Firewall as well.

  • 19999 and 19997: to allow the administrator of the Solution Manager to log in to the Virtual DataPort included with the Solution Manager, to configure the authorization/authentication options.

  • 10091: to allow the components of the Denodo Platform installations to request a license to the License Manager.

  • 19090: to allow HTTP connections from client applications/browsers to the web applications and web services.

  • 19443: to allow HTTPS connections from client applications/browsers to the web applications and web services. HTTPS is disabled by default but we strongly suggest enabling it and using it instead of HTTP.

In addition, you may consider opening the following ones:

  • 19098 and 19097: to monitor the web container of Denodo from another computer.

The other ports do not need to be opened on the firewall because they are only accessed locally.