What are the default ports used by Policy Manager Server and Policy Manager Proxy?

Issue:

What are the default ports used by Policy Manager Server and Policy Manager Proxy?

This article lists the network ports that F-Secure Policy Manager Server and F-Secure Policy Manager Proxy uses. If you use any port filtering devices or software, verify that the required ports are available. Port filtering devices and software include firewalls, routers, proxy servers or IPsec.
 

Resolution:

Default TCP-Ports: F-Secure Policy Manager: 

  • 8080 Default https-port used for Admin module used for communication with Policy Manager Console.
  • 8081 Default https-port for F-Secure Policy Manager Web Reporting, the graphical reporting system included in Policy Manager Server.
  • 443 Default https-port used for the host module used for communication with the hosts, excluding client database-updates.
  • 80 Default http-port used for the host module used for communication with the hosts (legacy F-Secure clients). All F-Secure clients by default download database updates using this port.
Default TCP-Ports: F-Secure Policy Manager Proxy:
  • 443 Default https-port used for the host module used for communication with the hosts, excluding client database-updates.
  • 80 Default http-port used for the host module used for communication with the hosts (legacy F-Secure clients). All F-Secure clients by default download database updates using this port.
Note: F-Secure Web Reporting might not be enabled in your configuration. The Policy Manager Server admin module is not by default exposed to other network interfaces than localhost. Software Updater (SWUP) updates are downloaded on port 80.
 

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