Review the official documentation for the full list of required ports, which depends on your database vendor. Open only those ports that are required. The following table only lists generic requirements; you will need additional ports to integrate with databases.
General Port Allocation
The Delphix Engine makes use of the following network ports irrespective of the type of database objects on it:
General Outbound Port Allocations
Passive FTP connections from the Delphix Engine to the Delphix FTP server. Used for sending logs to Delphix Support.
|TCP||25||Connection to a local SMTP server for sending email.|
|TCP/UDP||53||Connections to local DNS servers|
|UDP||123||Connection to an NTP server|
|TCP/UDP||389||Standard access to an LDAP server|
|TCP/UDP||636||Secure access to an LDAP server|
Used to complete the passive FTP connection from the Delphix Engine to Delphix Support. These ports are not used if Delphix uses a proxy server to connect to the Internet.
|TCP||8415||A Delphix replication source will connect to the replication target using this destination port|
General Inbound Port Allocations
|TCP/UDP||22||SSH connections to the Delphix Engine|
|TCP||80||HTTP connections to the Delphix GUI|
|TCP||443||HTTPS connections to the Delphix GUI|
|TCP||8415||A Delphix replication target will accept incoming connections to this port from the replication|
- Network and Connectivity Requirements for Oracle Environments
- Network Access Requirements for SQL Server
- Network and Connectivity Requirements for SAP ASE Environments
- Network and Connectivity Requirements for Db2 Environments