vRealize Operations Manager uses network ports to communicate with vCenter Server and vRealize Operations Manager components.

In Linux and Windows deployments, configure the firewalls so that these ports are open.

Important

vRealize Operations Manager does not support the customization of server ports.

Default Port Access Requirements for vRealize Operations Manager

Port Number

Description

22 (TCP)

Used for SSH access to the vRealize Operations Manager cluster.

80 (TCP)

Redirects to port 443.

123 (UDP)

Used by vRealize Operations Manager for Network Time Protocol (NTP) synchronization to the master node.

443 (TCP)

Used to access the vRealize Operations Manager product user interface and the vRealize Operations Manager administrator interface.

1235 (TCP)

Used by all nodes in the cluster to transmit resource data and key-value data for the Global xDB database instance.

3091–3094 (TCP)

When Horizon View (V4V) is installed, used to access data for vRealize Operations Manager from V4V.

6061 (TCP)

Used by clients to connect to the GemFire Locator to get connection information to servers in the distributed system. Also monitors server load to send clients to the least-loaded servers.

10000–10010 (TCP and UDP)

GemFire Server ephemeral port range used for unicast UDP messaging and for TCP failure detection in the peer-to-peer distributed system.

20000–20010 (TCP and UDP)

GemFire Locator ephemeral port range used for unicast UDP messaging and for TCP failure detection in the peer-to-peer distributed system.