NFA data doesn't show up in CAPC, it Syncs Devices and interfaces but no data

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APPLICATION DELIVERY ANALYSIS SUPERAGENT EHEALTH CA Infrastructure Performance CA eHealth

Issue/Introduction

TCP 8681 is missing in Installation guide for NFA and CAPC, make sure you open a port on firewall - 8681
Enables synchronization with CA Network Flow Analysis (CAPC and NFA device data). Port 8681 is required for CAPC to retrieve live data from NFA. Port 80 will sync with NFA devices and Interfaces but it will not populate data.

TCP/HTTP 80
Enables synchronization with CA Network Flow Analysis to retrieve configuration data.

TCP 3306
Enables communications from the MySQL database (inbound) on the console.

TCP/HTTP 8181
Enables communications between client computers and the CA Performance Center server. Enables console communications with data sources.

TCP/HTTP 8281
Enables communications between the Event Manager, which is installed automatically with the CA Performance Center software, and the data sources.

TCP/HTTP 8381
Enables communications between client computers and the CA Performance Center server. Also enables login using the Single Sign-On authentication component.

TCP 8481
Enables communications between the Device Manager and Console services.

TCP/HTTP 8681
Enables Report Data to be sent to CAPC from CA Network Flow Analysis.

TCP/HTTP 8581
Enables synchronization with CA Infrastructure Management.

Environment

Release: PCSTAS99000-6.1-NetQoS-Performance Center-Stand-Alone-Server
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