Tuesday, August 25, 2009

TCP Ports for SCVMM and Hyper-V

By:Rick Rohne
Knowing what is actually going on under the hood is important. Especially if you are planning implementing firewalls in between the SCVMM box and the HyperV servers or you are installing another application such as Citrix Essentials or any other management app on the same SCVMM box. You need to ensure that you do not have a port conflict. You know, it's hard to find this information. Thought I would at least share.

Name

Direction

Port

NOTES

SCVMM Admin Consol

Admin PC to SCVMM Server

8100

WCF

SCVMM Self Service Console

Admin PC to Self Service Portal (Host Header)

80

WCF

SCVMM Agent

SCVMM Server to hyperV server

80

WRM

SCVMM Agent

SCVMM Server to hyperV server

443

BITS

SCVMM Library

SCVMM Library to HyperV Host

80

BITS

SCVMM Database

SCVMM Server to SQL Server

1433

SQL

HyperV Host Communication

HyperV host to HyperV host

80

BITS

VM Connect

SCVMM to Hyperv Hosts

2179

custom

SCVMM Self Service portal to HV host

SCVMM to Hyperv Hosts

3389

RDP

SCVMM Self Service portal to VM host

SCVMM Self Service to VM Hosts

5900

VMRC

SCVMM to ESX Management

SCVMM to ESX

443

HTTPS

SCVMM to ESX File Transfer

SCVMM to ESX

22

SSH

Ops Manager Reporting Server

SCVMM to OPS Manager Reporting Server

80

HTTP

I hope this helps, I will add to it when I find more information.
  • If you are planning to install the Self Service Console on the SCVMM box, you will have to add a host header. This can be done during install.
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