TCP/UDP ports required in Ghost Solution Suite 3.X

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Article ID: 169520

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Ghost Solution Suite

Issue/Introduction

Below is a list of TCP/UDP ports required by Ghost Solution Suite 3.X

Resolution

Port Protocol Use Bi-Directional
37 UDP Time Sync between server and client  
49 UDP Security/Authentication  
53 UDP Security/Authentication  
67 UDP PXE Server service X
68 UDP PXE Server service X
69 UDP PXE Mtftp Server X
137,138 TCP Netbios/Security  
402,403 TCP

eXpress Server service

Dagent communication

Client Transfer Port

X

405 TCP PXE Manager service X
406 TCP

PXE Config Helper service

PXE Manager service

X
407 TCP

PXE Config Helper service

PXE Mtftp service

PXE Server service

X
415   ADLagent (Linux agent) X
505 TCP

DB Management Service

eXpress Server service

Win32 Console (Local and Remote)

X
1025 to 5000 TCP File Transfer (dynamically chosen unless otherwise specified in the product see *note) X
1433 TCP

eXpress Server service

DB Management Service

SQL Server communication

X
1758,1759, 2070-2073 UDP (Multicast) PXE Client  
4011 UDP PXE Server service  
4949,3829,4950,4951,4952   PCT Real-time Destination Agents  
1345,1346,1347,6666,7777 UDP Ghost Multicast (Used by client and Ghostcast Server)  
5001, 5002 UDP Used as Remote Control ports prior to the release of GSS 3.0  
4433 TCP iPXE - not available before 3.3  

 

 


 

 

*Note: To configure the file transfer port, in the Ghost Solution Suite console, to use a specific port, navigate to Tools->Options->Global tab. Check Client/Server file transfer port check-box and set the dedicated port to 403.

TCP port 402 will also need to be enabled on the client firewall. Additional ports may need to be enabled client-side for file transfer and RDP.