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System Ports

The following table lists the inbound ports that may be open on the Polycom RealPresence DMA system, depending on signaling and security settings, integrations, and system configuration.

Note that the DMA system’s ephemeral port range is 20000-35999 for communication with external SIP devices. The H.323 stack uses ephemeral ports from a different range.

RealPresence DMASystem Inbound Ports

Port

Protocol

Description

22
TCP
SSH. Only available if Linux console access is enabled.
53
TCP/UDP
DNS. Only available if the embedded DNS server is enabled.
80
TCP
HTTP. Redirects to 443 (HTTP access is not allowed).
123
UDP
NTP. Only available if an NTP server is specified in Time Settings.
161
UDP
SNMP. Default port; can be changed or disabled.
443
TCP
HTTPS. Redirects to 8443.
1719
UDP
H.323 RAS. Default port; can be changed.
1720
TCP
H.323 H.225 signaling. Default port; can be changed.
5060
TCP/UDP
Unencrypted SIP. Default port; can be changed or disabled; additional unencrypted ports can be added.
5061
TCP
SIP TLS. Default port; can be changed; additional encrypted ports can be added.
5986
TCP/TLS
Used for WinRM 2.0 communication during Polycom contact creation in Active Directory.
8080
TCP
HTTP. Redirects to 8443. Used for uploading upgrade packages and backups. During upgrades, the progress page is served from this port.  
8443
TCP
HTTPS. Management interface access.
8989
TCP
Supercluster communication.
36000-61000
TCP
Used by the H.323 stack. Some of these ports are used as ephemeral ports when the RealPresence DMA system initiates a connection and others are used as inbound ports.

The following table lists the remote ports to which the Polycom RealPresence DMA system may connect, depending on signaling and security settings, integrations, and system configuration.

RealPresence DMASystem Remote Ports

Port

Protocol

Description

80
TCP
HTTP. MCUs, Exchange Web Services (calendaring). Only used if unencrypted connections are enabled.
162
TCP/UDP
SNMP notifications (Traps or Informs). Used if SNMP is enabled and configured to send notifications, or if system is monitored with RealPresence Resource Manager or RealPresence Platform Director.
389
TCP
LDAP. Active Directory integration.
443
TCP
HTTPS. MCUs, Exchange Web Services (calendaring).
514
UDP
Log forwarding.
636
TCP
Microsoft Active Directory integration.
1718
UDP
H.323 RAS.
1719
UDP
H.323 RAS.
1720
TCP
H.323 H.225 signaling.
3268
TCP
Global Catalog. Active Directory integration.
3269
TCP
Secure Global Catalog. Active Directory integration.
3333
TCP
RealPresence Resource Manager or RealPresence Platform Director licensing
5060
TCP/UDP
Unencrypted SIP.
5061
TCP
SIP TLS. RealPresence Access Director communication.
5070
TCP
SIP. RealPresence Access Director communication.
5071
TCP
SIP TLS. RealPresence Access Director communication.
8443
TCP
HTTPS. RealPresence Resource Manager or RealPresence Platform Director API communication.
8444
TCP
Supercluster communication.
8989
TCP
Supercluster communication.
9333
TCP
RealPresence Resource Manager or RealPresence Platform Director licensing

 

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