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Firewall Ports to Open for iLO-2 Intergrated Remote Console

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Jason Irons_1
Occasional Advisor

Firewall Ports to Open for iLO-2 Intergrated Remote Console

Hi Everyone

I'm presently trying to get the iLO-2 Intergrated Remote Console going through a firewall.

Presently only port 443 is opened to allow https traffic to the iLO-2 port.

Does anyone know if any other ports are required specifically for the Intergragted Remote Console.

I'm not interested in using any of the other features beyond this and thus will not be opening ports for Virtual Media, LDAP, Terminal Services or SNMP.

Many thanks
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chongkan
Super Collector

Re: Firewall Ports to Open for iLO-2 Intergrated Remote Console

Open the iLO, go to the SERVICES tab and what you need to open in the firewall is what is set there, if you change a number, you set what you need from there.

See attachment.

Is there any symptom to suspect from teh firewall? are all other requirements already check? things such as specific Java version, latest firmware and drivers?
Jason Irons_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: Firewall Ports to Open for iLO-2 Intergrated Remote Console

Hi chongkan

Thanks for your comments, however the key point is that I only wish to open up those ports which are required for Ingetrated Remote Console access.

acartes
Honored Contributor

Re: Firewall Ports to Open for iLO-2 Intergrated Remote Console

All the ports that iLO 2 uses are listed on the Administraion/Access/Services page. The help link summarizes:
Port Description
22 Secure Shell (SSH)
23 Remote Console / telnet
80 Web Server Non-SSL (HTTP)
443 Web Server SSL (HTTPS)
3389 Terminal Services
17988 Virtual Media
9300 Shared Remote Console
17990 Console Replay
3002 Raw Serial Data

For IRC, you will need 23, 443
and optionally 17988, 9300, 17990
Jason Irons_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: Firewall Ports to Open for iLO-2 Intergrated Remote Console

Thanks to everyone for all your comments.

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