Ports used by AppScan Enterprise

Deployment of AppScan® Enterprise requires that certain ports be open on the computers where those components are installed.

Table 1. Ports used by AppScan Enterprise

Port Component Protocol
80 Dynamic Analysis Scanner HTTP
443 Dynamic Analysis Scanner HTTPS
40001-40500 Manual Explore to communicate with the Enterprise Console
40501-50000 Manual Explore to communicate with the Enterprise Console (multiple instances)
443 HCL License Server

For more information on HCL License Server configuration, see HCL AppScan Enterprise License setup.

Note: You can configure this port at the time of installing local license server.
TCP/IP
1433 AppScan Enterprise uses the standard OLE drivers and standard ports to communicate with the database. To see the ports used, review Microsoft SQL Server documentation specific for the version of SQL Server you are running.

For SQL Server 2008 (and other close versions) review this Microsoft article, How to: Configure a Windows Firewall for Database Engine Access. For an overview for the ports used by Microsoft SQL Server 6.5, 7.0, and 2000, review this Microsoft article, TCP Ports Needed for Communication to SQL Server Through a Firewall.

By default, the configuration wizard uses port 1433 to connect to SQL Server database. In the Database Connection window of the wizard, enter the SQL Server name, port number and the name of the database you are connecting to.

HTTPS
9443 Liberty server in AppScan Enterprise v9.0.1 and later (note that this port is configurable in the Configuration Wizard).

User Authentication in Jazz Team Server, if using Jazz for user authentication, in AppScan Enterprise v8.5 - 9.0.0.1.

HTTPS
9444

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25 Alerting service on the Dynamic Analysis Scanner SMTP
444 Alerting service on the Dynamic Analysis Scanner SNPP