Administration Guide for Cisco Business Edition 3000, Release 8.6(3)
Cisco Business Edition 3000 TCP and UDP Port Usage
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Cisco Business Edition 3000 TCP and UDP Port Usage

Cisco Business Edition 3000 TCP and UDP Port Usage

This chapter provides a list of the TCP and UDP ports that Cisco Business Edition 3000 Release 8.6(2) uses for communications with external applications or devices.


Note


Cisco has not verified all possible configuration scenarios for these ports. If you are having configuration problems using this list, contact Cisco technical support for assistance.


The ports that are listed in this chapter apply specifically to Cisco Business Edition 3000 Release 8.6(2). Some ports change from one release to another, and future releases may introduce new ports. Therefore, make sure that you are using the correct version of this document for the version of Cisco Business Edition 3000 that is installed.


Note


The Ephemeral port range for the system is 32768 to 61000.


Port Descriptions

The following table describes the ports that are used by Cisco Business Edition 3000.

Table 1 TCP and UDP ports used by Cisco Business Edition 3000

From (Sender)

To (Listener)

Destination port

Purpose

Browser

Cisco Business Edition 3000

8080, 8443 / TCP

Provide access to:

  • Web admin
  • User Option pages

Cisco Business Edition 3000

Endpoint

22 / TCP

Secure FTP service, SSH access

Endpoint or Gateway

Cisco Business Edition 3000

69, Ephemeral (Linux) / UDP

Provide TFTP service to phones and gateways.

Endpoint or Gateway

Cisco Business Edition 3000

6970 / TCP

Provide configuration, load, and firmware file service to phones and gateways over HTTP

SNMP Server

Cisco Business Edition 3000

7999 / TCP

Cellular Digital Packet Data Protocol.

Browser

Cisco Business Edition 3000

443 / TCP

HTTP over SSL (HTTPS)

Browser

Phone

80 / TCP

HTTP

Phone

Cisco Business Edition 3000

2000 / TCP

Provide services to SCCP-based phones.

Gateway

Cisco Business Edition 3000

2427 / UDP

Provide services to MGCP-based gateways.

Gateway

Cisco Business Edition 3000

2428 / TCP

Provide services to MGCP-based gateways to backhaul Q.931 and Management messages.

Gateway

Cisco Business Edition 3000

5060 / TCP and UDP

Provide trunk-based SIP services.

Cisco Business Edition 3000

Gateway

Gateway

Cisco Business Edition 3000

24576-32767 / UDP

Audio media streaming.

Kernel streaming device driver.

Cisco Business Edition 3000

Gateway

IMAP Server

Cisco Business Edition 3000

7993 / TCP

IMAP inbox access to the Cisco Business Edition 3000 server

VoIP devices (Phones and Gateways)

Cisco Business Edition 3000

16384:21511/ UDP

Cisco Unified Communications Voice Media Mixer

Administrative Workstation

Cisco Business Edition 3000

20532 / TCP

Cisco Unified Communications Database Proxy

Connection Mailbox Sync Service

Cisco Business Edition 3000

9291 / UDP

Sync DAV Notification

Cisco Business Edition 3000

SMTP

25, 8025 / TCP

Cisco Unified Communications SMTP Server

Browser

Cisco Business Edition 3000

143, 8143, 993, 8993 / TCP

Cisco Unified Communications IMAP Server

IP Phone

Cisco Business Edition 3000

21000:21512 / TCP

Cisco Unified Communications Service Manager Phone Apps Service

Glossary

Ephemeral ports
In most cases, source ports are ephemeral, meaning random within a specified range. When an outgoing request is made, the application solicits the host device for a port from its ephemeral pool. In a few cases, the destination port is also ephemeral, meaning that both the source and destination ports are random.
IMAP
Internet Message Access Protocol—A protocol for retrieving e-mail messages.
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol—A signalling protocol used for establishing sessions in an IP network.
SSH
Secure Shell—A network protocol that allows exchange of data using a secure channel between two networked devices.
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol—A protocol for sending e-mail messages between servers.

References

IETF TCP/UDP Port Assignment List

Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) IETF assigned Port List

http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers