OpenAM software uses the following TCP/IP ports by default. Sometimes multiple services are configured on a single system with slightly different port numbers. For example, while the default port number for a servlet container such as Tomcat is 8080, a second instance of Tomcat might be configured with a port number of 18080. In all cases shown, communications proceed using TCP.
When you configure a firewall for OpenAM, make sure to include open ports for any installed and related components, including web services (80, 443), servlet containers (8009, 8080, 8443), and external applications such as a Remote Access Dial In User Service (1645).
Additional ports may be used, depending on other components of your deployment. If you are using external OpenDJ servers, refer to theappendix of the OpenDJ Administration Guide.
|1689||Port for Java Management eXtension traffic, disabled by default|
|4444||Port for the embedded administration connector, enabled by default.|
|8080||Web application container port number|
|8082||HTTP port for monitoring OpenAM, disabled by default|
|8085||SNMP port for monitoring OpenAM, disabled by default|
|9999||RMI port for monitoring OpenAM, disabled by default.|
|50389, 50899, 58989||Supports LDAP communication between embedded OpenAM data stores.|
|57943, 58943||Used by the SecurID Authentication Module.|