You can set firewall rules for copying between private and public clouds, or between two private networks separated by a firewall, if you do not want to use a proxy server.

Firewall Rules

Source

Port

Protocol

Destination

Port

Private Node

HTTPS any

TCP

Public Node

HTTPS 443

Private Node

HTTP any

TCP

Public Node

HTTP 80

Private Node

UDP any

UDP

Public Node

UDP 8190

Server

HTTPS any

TCP

Public Node

HTTPS 443

Server

HTTP any

TCP

Public Node

HTTP 80

Server

HTTPS any

TCP

Public Cloud

HTTPS 443

Server

HTTP any

TCP

Public Cloud

HTTP 80

Note

If your environment has two firewalls between the source and destination vCloud Connector nodes, you cannot use the UDT protocol to copy data. UDT-based copy occurs over dynamically-generated ports on the source node and port 8190 on the destination node (or, when you copy between a private cloud and a public cloud, between a dynamically-generated port on the private cloud node and port 8190 on the public cloud node). Any firewall rules must allow for this type of connection for data transfer. In an environment with two firewalls, this connection is not possible.