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Citrix XenApp Communication network ports

Posted on August 9th, 2008

Originally posted here – This is an extremely useful list to have always handy:

Application Performance Monitoring (powered by Citrix EdgeSight)

  • EdgeSight Agent to Edgesight Server – TCP 80/443 (Payload and alerts)
  • EdgeSight Web console (non-IMA) to RSCorSvc on EdgeSight Agent – TCP 9035
  • EdgeSight Agent internal communication – TCP 9036 (client-side database)
  • EdgeSight database – SQL 1433 (configurable)

Client-side Application Virtualization –

  • Streaming Client to Application Hub (File Server/Share) – SMB 445

EasyCall

  • To client – HTTP(S)-TCP 8443 (PSync)
  • To Admin console (non-IMA) – TCP 443
  • To LDAP Directory- TCP 389
  • To PBX – port varies by vendor

Independent Management Architecture (IMA) Services – TCP 2512, 2513

Licensing Service – TCP 27000, 27009 (configurable)

Server-side Application Virtualization

  • Management Console (Using IMA) – TCP 2512, 2513
  • Application requests – TCP XML 80, 8080 or 443 (configurable)
  • Access to Applications Virtualized on the Server – ICA-TCP 1494, 2598 (Session Reliability)

Single Sign-on (powered by Citrix Password Manager)

  • Management Console (non-IMA) or Agent to Password Manager Service – TCP-443
  • Management Console (non-IMA), Agent or Service to credential store
    • Network File Share Credential Store – TCP/UDP 445 (CIFS) or TCP/UDP 135-139 (NetBIOS)
    • Active Directory Credential Store – TCP/UDP – 389, 636, TCP – 3268, 3269
    • Novell File Share Credential Store – TCP/UDP – 524

SmartAccess (powered by Citrix Access Gateway)

  • Standard and Advanced Edition
    • Client connections- TCP-SSL 443 (configurable)
    • Advanced Access Control (AAC) to Appliance communication – TCP 80 or 443 (configurable), 9001, 9002, 9005
    • Management Console
      • to Appliance (non-IMA) – 9001, 9002, 9005
      • to AAC – IMA-TCP-2513
      • Enterprise Edition
      • To client – SSL-TCP 443
      • To internal network – SSL-TCP 443, Native Authentication port (i.e. RADIUS 1812, LDAP 389), Native application ports (i.e. ICA-1494)
      • Management console (non-IMA) – SSH-TCP 22, HTTP(S)-TCP 80/443

SmartAuditor

  • Management (non-IMA) – Use local console on Agent or on Server.
  • Agent to Broker (Recording and Policy Check) – TCP 80/443 (configurable)
  • Player to Broker – TCP 80/443 (configurable)
  • Agent to Server (Metadata and Video)- Microsoft Message Queuing,
    • Default – TCP: 1801; RPC: 135, 2101*, 2103*, 2105*; UDP: 3527, 1801 (*These port numbers may be incremented by 11 if the initia choice of RPC port is being used when Message Queuing initializes. A connecting QM queries port 135 to discover the 2xxx ports.)
    • Over SSL- TCP 80,443

WAN Optimizer -Guidance provided was to get it from Admin Guide

  • Appliance to Appliance – Pass-through native application port (e.g. ICA-1494, HTTP-80, LDAP-389)
  • Management Console (non-IMA) – TCP 80
  • Client to Appliance – TCP 443

Web Interface

  • Client connections – TCP 80/443 (configurable)
  • Server-to-server – TCP XML 80/8080, 443 (using SSL Relay)

Management console (partially IMA) – DCOM 135 (+ configurable high port range), IMA-TCP 2513, TCP 80/443

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