viernes, 5 de junio de 2015

TCP and UDP Ports for the vSphere Client

ESXi hosts and other network components are accessed using predetermined TCP and UDP ports. If you manage network components from outside a firewall, you might be required to reconfigure the firewall to allow access on the appropriate ports.
The table lists TCP and UDP ports, and the purpose and the type of each. Ports that are open by default at installation time are indicated by (Default).
TCP and UDP Ports
Traffic Type
443 (Default)
HTTPS access
vSphere Client access to vCenter Server
vSphere Client access to ESXi hosts
vSphere Client access to vSphere Update Manager
Incoming TCP
902 (Default)
vSphere Client access to virtual machine consoles
Incoming and outgoing TCP, outgoing UDP
Remote console traffic generated by user access to virtual machines on a specific host.
vSphere Client access to virtual machine consoles
MKS transactions (xinetd/vmware-authd-mks)
Incoming TCP

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