Cisco Prime Fulfillment Installation Guide 6.1
Prime Fulfillment Runtime Configuration Information
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Prime Fulfillment Runtime Configuration Information

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Prime Fulfillment Runtime Configuration Information

Default TCP Port Values and Protocol Directions Used by Prime Fulfillment

Command-Line Interfaces Used by Prime Fulfillment


Prime Fulfillment Runtime Configuration Information


This chapter explains the following Prime Fulfillment information for runtime configuration:

Default TCP Port Values and Protocol Directions Used by Prime Fulfillment

Command-Line Interfaces Used by Prime Fulfillment

Default TCP Port Values and Protocol Directions Used by Prime Fulfillment

Prime Fulfillment uses various Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) ports during its operation. Most TCP ports are configured during the installation. Table E-1 and Table E-2 specify the most vital TCP primary and optional ports, respectively, their default values, and the direction.

Table E-1 Prime Fulfillment Primary TCP Ports, Their Default Values, and Direction 

TCP Primary Ports (listed alphabetically)
Default Values
Direction
Notes

HTTP

8030

Web browser to Prime Fulfillment

Used for Web GUI and NBI

Tibco RVA

7600

Prime Fulfillment to web browser

Used by some applications

Tomcat

8031

Web browser to Prime Fulfillment

HTTP port value + 1


Table E-2 Prime Fulfillment Optional TCP Ports, Their Default Values, and Direction 

TCP Optional Ports (listed alphabetically)
Default Values
Direction
Notes

HTTPS

8443

Web browser to Prime Fulfillment

If HTTPS activated

Oracle

1521

Prime Fulfillment to Oracle Server

If Oracle database is used

Tibco RVA Admin

7630

Web browser to Prime Fulfillment

If RVA config required

Tibco RVD or RVRD

7530

Bi-directional between Prime Fulfillment and Cisco Configuration Engine server

If using CNS transport mechanism for device access

Tibco RVRD Admin

7580

Web browser to Prime Fulfillment

If RVRD config required


The values selected during the installation can be retrieved from the file $PRIMEF_HOME/etc/install.cfg. Most of these ports only need to be allowed if you are allowing users to access Prime Fulfillment from outside your firewall.

Prime Fulfillment uses or can us the protocols specified in Table E-3 to communicate with the routers under its configuration control.


Note The selected protocol for each of the following categories must be able to pass through any firewalls between Prime Fulfillment and the devices:
1. Terminal Session Protocol - default: Telnet; SSH; CNS*; rsh
2. Configuration Access Protocol - default: selected Terminal Session Protocol; TFTP; FTP; rcp
3. SNMP - default: SNMPv1/v2c; SNMPv3
* CNS is a transport mechanism that uses the TIB/Rendezvous event bus to communicate with a Cisco Configuration Engine server..

Table E-3 Protocols and Directions with Prime Fulfillment

Protocols
(listed alphabetically)
Directions

FTP

Devices to FTP server

NFS

Between Prime Fulfillment and TFTP or FTP server if server is on a different machine. (Can be blocked if you do not use FTP or TFTP.)

rcp

Prime Fulfillment to devices

rsh

Prime Fulfillment to devices

SSH

Prime Fulfillment to devices

SSHv2

Prime Fulfillment to devices 

SNMP

Prime Fulfillment to devices

SNMPv3

Prime Fulfillment to devices

Telnet

Prime Fulfillment to devices

TFTP

Devices to TFTP server




Note Device creation is explained in the chapter Service Inventory—Inventory and Connection Manager, in the Cisco Prime Fulfillment User Guide 6.1.


Command-Line Interfaces Used by Prime Fulfillment

This section specifies the command-line interfaces (CLIs) used by Prime Fulfillment. This list gives commands supported in IOS and IOS XR unless otherwise indicated:

commit (not supported in IOS)

configure exclusive (not supported in IOS)

config term

copy (many variations)

enable (not supported in IOS XR)

end

exit

ping [vrf]

reload

show diag (not supported in IOS XR)

show diags (not supported in IOS)

show etherchannel port (not supported in IOS XR)

show interfaces switchport (not supported in IOS XR)

show modules (not supported in IOS XR)

show port (not supported in IOS XR)

show running

show startup (not supported in IOS XR)

show ver

term (length, width, editing) (editing not supported in IOS XR)

write mem (not supported in IOS XR)

[no] logging console


Note The CLIs used by the Cisco Prime Diagnostics are listed in the Cisco Prime Fulfillment User Guide 6.1.