Support Center > Search Results > SecureKnowledge Details
Required open TCP ports for LOM card functionality
Solution

If you connect to Lights Out Management (LOM) card through a Firewall, then the connections from the relevant Host to the LOM card's IP address and to these ports have to be allowed by that FireWall's policy (otherwise, you will not be able to connect, and various errors will be displayed - e.g., "Connection TimeOut" error when lunching the LOM JViewer):

Appliance
Description  TCP Ports that should be open to use all LOM features

5100 / 5200 / 5400 /
5600 / 5800 / 5900

13500 / 13800

15400 / 15600

21600 / 21700 / 21800

23500 / 23800

Smart-1 225 / 3050 / 3150

Allow all traffic on Nonsecure Ports (used for unencrypted traffic) and Secure Ports (used for encrypted traffic) that were configured for the services in 5000, 13000, 15000, 21000, 23000, Smart-1 Appliances Lights Out Management (LOM) card Administration Guide - Chapter 3 'Configuring Settings on the Appliance' - Services Settings.
  • 80
  • 443
  • 5120
  • 5122
  • 5123
  • 5124
  • 5126
  • 5127
  • 7578
  • 7582
21400 Allow all traffic on Nonsecure Ports (used for unencrypted traffic) and Secure Ports (used for encrypted traffic) that were configured for the services in 5000, 13000, 15000, 21000, 23000, Smart-1 Appliances Lights Out Management (LOM) card Administration Guide - Chapter 3 'LOM Management from the WebUI' - Configuring LOM network
  • 80
  • 443
  • 5120
  • 5123
  • 7578

4800

12200 / 12400 / 12600

TE250 / TE1000

List of required ports can be found in 4800, 12000, TE250, TE1000 Appliances Lights Out Management (LOM) card Administration Guide - Chapter 1 'Check Point Lights Out Management Overview' - Connecting to Lights Out Management.
  • 80
  • 443
  • 2068
  • 8195
Smart-1 25 / 25B / 50 / 150 Allow all traffic on Nonsecure Ports (used for unencrypted traffic) and Secure Ports (used for encrypted traffic) that were configured for the services in Smart-1 25 / 25B / 50 / 150 Appliances Lights Out Management (LOM) Administration Guide - Chapter 1 'Using Lights Out Management' - Initial Login.
  • 80
  • 443
  • 5120
  • 5123
  • 7578

 

Purpose of the ports:

Port Purpose
80 HTTP
443 HTTPS

2xxx

5xxx

7xxx

8xxx

KVM and VirtualMedia

 

Related solutions:

Give us Feedback
Please rate this document
[1=Worst,5=Best]
Comment