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Required Networking Ports for Qumulo Core

IN THIS ARTICLE

Provides details of inbound/outbound network ports required for Qumulo Core.

DETAILS

Qumulo Core listens on the following ports for inbound connections:

Port Protocols Use
21 TCP FTP
22

TCP

SSH
80 TCP HTTP (Web UI)
111 TCP, UDP rpcbindor portmapper for NFSv3
443 TCP HTTPS (Web UI)
445 TCP SMB
2049 TCP, UDP

NFS/MOUNT

NOTE: UDP is supported for the MOUNT protocol for older clients that require it, but will not be used at all for any NFS clients specifying the TCP mount option or for transferring data over NFS after mounting.

3712 TCP Replication
8000 TCP REST API
32768-60999 TCP FTP Passive Mode

 

Qumulo Core uses the following ports for outbound connections:

Port Protocols Use
53 UDP DNS
88 TCP Kerberos
111 TCP

rpcbind or portmapper for NSM and NLM

NOTE: Depending on the clientportmapperconfiguration, additional ports might be required.

123 UDP Synchronizing product and network time (for authentication and timestamps of artifacts such as audit logs) using the Network Time Protocol (NTP)
135 TCP DCERPC/Netlogon (Domain Controller Binding)
389 TCP LDAP to AD or standalone LDAP server*
443 TCP Qumulo Shift for Amazon S3*
514 TCP  Audit using Rsyslog*
3712 TCP Replication*

Notes:

  • Items marked with * are default uses. You can reconfigure these ports.
  • For cluster formation and inter-node communication Qumulo Core requires the following:
    • Hardware Platforms: Unblocked IPv6 traffic in the local subnet. For more information, see Configuring IPv6 in Qumulo Core.
    • Cloud Platforms: Unblocked IPv4 traffic in the local subnet

RESOLUTION

You should now be able to successfully configure the networking ports required for Qumulo Core.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

QQ CLI: Networks and IP Addresses

NOTE: Active Directory authentication services require their own network port range. For an authoritative list, see Active Directory and Active Directory Domain Service Port Requirements.

 

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