Ports that can be configured when installing Infrastructure Management

The Infrastructure Management Server uses several TCP control ports for its operations. The table below lists the ports that you can configure during the installation of Infrastructure Management Server and describes how to change the port configuration in case of conflict with another application installed on the same host. For information about ports that can be configured after the installation of Infrastructure Management, see Ports that can be configured after the installation.

Ports that can be configured during the installation of Infrastructure Management

PortDescriptionProcedure to configure the port
80Apache HTTP port used for Web browser requests
  1. Open the appropriate files for your operating system:
    • (Linux)/usr/pw/apache/conf/httpd.conf
    • (Windows): pw\ApacheGroup\Apache\conf\httpd.conf and pw\pronto\conf\pronet.conf
  2. Search for the string Port 80 and replace the value 80 with the required port number.
  3. Search for the string Listen 80 and replace the value 80 with the same port number that you provided in the previous step.
443Apache HTTP port used for Web browser requests in HTTPS mode
  1. Open the appropriate files for your operating system:
    • (Linux)/usr/pw/apache/conf/httpd.conf
    • (Microsoft Windows):pw\ApacheGroup\Apache\conf\httpd.conf and pw\pronto\conf\pronet.conf
  2. Search for the string VirtualHost default: 443 and replace the value 443 with the required port number.
  3. Search for the string Listen 443 and replace the value 443 with the same port number that you provided in the previous step.
1099Used by the administrator console to connect to the Infrastructure Management Server

Change the value of the pronet.rmi.port property to the new port number in your operating system:

  • (Microsoft Windows)pw\pronto\conf\pronet.conf
  • (Linux): pw/pronto/conf/jserv.properties
3084Enables Impact Administration Server actions to be triggered from the cell
  1. Update the new changes in the pw\pronto\conf\ias.properties file.
  2. Ensure that the cell is running.
  3. Restart TrueSight Infrastructure Management server.
3115Used as a gateway from the cell to Service Desk Integration Gateway
  1. Update the port in the files /pw/integrations/ibrsd/conf/IBRSD.dir and /pw/server/etc/mcell.dir.
  2. Restart the Service Desk Integration Gateway.
  3. Restart the BMC PraoctiveNet Cell.
  4. Restart TrueSight Infrastructure Management server.
7777BMC Atrium CMBD port
  1. In the Configuration task selection page, under Integration Configuration Tasks, select Atrium CMDB - Enable and Configure. 
  2. In the Integrating with CMDB page, provide the following details, and click Next.
    • CMDB Host — Host name of the CMDB or BMC Remedy Action Request (AR) System Server

    • CMDB Port — BMC Atrium CMDB or AR System Server port number. The default is 0. If BMC AR System Server is configured with a portmapper, enter port 0.
    • CMDB User — User name required to log on to the AR System Server. The default is Demo.
    • CMDB Password — Password required to log on to the AR System server
    • UDDI Host — Host name of the UDDI registry for BMC Atrium CMDB
    • UDDI Por — Port number of the UDDI registry for CMDB. The default is 7777.
    • UDDI User — UDDI registry user name. The default is Admin.
    • UDDI Password — UDDI registry password
9843

BMC Server Automation port

  1.  In the Configuration task selection page, under Integration Configuration Tasks, select BMC Server Automation - Enable and configure.
  2. In the Connecting to BMC Server Automation page, provide the following details and click Next.
    • Application server — BMC Server Automation application server name
    • Web service port — Web service port number required to connect to the BMC Server Automation server. The default web service port number is 9843.
    • User — User name for the BMC Server Automation server
    • Password — Password for the BMC Server Automation server
    • Role — Role that is defined to grant permissions to the BMC Server Automation user. The default is BLAdmins.
12123Agent Controller listens for JServer on this port.
  1. In the /pw/custom/conf/pronet.conf file, change the value of the pronet.apps.agentcontroller.port property to the new port number.
  2. Restart the system by running the following command: pw system start
12128Jserver RMI port 

Change the value of the pronet.rmi.jserver.port property to the new port number in your operating system:

  • (Microsoft Windows): pw\pronto\conf\pronet.conf
  • (Linux): /pw/custom/conf/pronet.conf

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