User Guide: AMF Security Controller version 2.1.0

TCP or UDP port used by AMF Security



AMF Security uses the following port numbers internally. Please make sure that those port numbers are not used by any other processes.

Ports AMF Security listens on

Services provided by AMF Security listen on the following ports. Listening ports can be changed for some services. But before changing them, make sure that each service port is not used by any other service.


Table 1: Listening port numbers of AMF Security services
Service Name Port number Note
Web GUI HTTP 80/TCP* * Can be changed.
HTTPS 443/TCP* * Can be changed.
HTTP redirect service HTTP 80/TCP  
Internal DNS server 53/TCP
53/UDP
 
Local network name resolution service 5355/TCP
5355/UDP
 
Trap Monitor Syslog 514/UDP* * Can be changed.
SNMP Trap 162/UDP* * Can be changed.
OpenFlow Controller 6653/TCP* * Can be changed.
AMF Application Proxy Whitelist 1812/UDP
2083/TCP
 
Local Log Management 9999/UDP  
Authentication Database Management 27017/TCP  


Packets AMF Security transmits

Services provided by AMF Security may transmit packets to the following destinations. If there are intermediate devices such as firewalls, they should be properly configured to allow those packets.


Table 2: Packets transmitted by AMF Security services
Feature Destination Port number Note
Syslog Transmission Configured Host 514/UDP* * Default port.
Trap Monitor Forwarding Syslog Configured Host 514/UDP* * Default port.
AMF Application Proxy Whitelist Acquisition of node information Configured Host 443/TCP  
AMF Application Proxy Blacklist Action Registration AMF Master 443/TCP  
State Retrieval AMF Master 12943/TCP  
NTP Time Synchronization Configured Host 123/UDP* * Default port.
Email Notification Configured Host Configured TCP port  


14 Jun 2021 09:30