SMS 2003 – Ports Used to Communicate Through a Firewall or Proxy Server


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SMS 2003 uses new ports to access the Active Directory directory service. The following list includes the ports that SMS uses for communication.


Port Requirements: SMS 2003 Site Server to Child Site or to SQL Server
















Port Number


Description


445


Server Message Block (SMB)


389


Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)


636


LDAP (Secure Sockets Layer [SSL] connection)


Port Requirements: SMS 2003 Proxy Management Point to SQL Server
















Port Number


Description


1433


TCP (SMS Site Server to SQL Server)


389


LDAP


636


LDAP (SSL Connection)


Port Requirements: SMS 2003 Advanced Client to Management Point
















Port Number


Description


80


Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)


389


LDAP


636


LDAP (SSL Connection)


When you use NetBIOS over TCP/IP for SMS Remote Control, the following ports are used.


SMS Remote Control UDP
















Port Number


Description


137


Name resolution


138


Messaging


139


Client sessions


Note
When you use NetBIOS over Novell NWLink, you must configure the router to forward type 20 packets. Type 20 packets provide NetBIOS support.


The following list lists the core User Datagram Protocol (UDP) ports that Windows NT uses, and their respective functions.


Microsoft Windows NT UDP
































Description


Protocol


Port Number


Domain Name System (DNS)


UDP


53


Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)


UDP


67


Remote procedure call (RPC)


TCP


135


Windows Internet Name Service (WINS)


UDP


138


NetBIOS datagrams


UDP


138


NetBIOS datagrams


TCP


139


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