List of ports used by the Universal Device Service

Article ID: KB31309

Type: Support Content

Last Modified: 08-26-2013

 

Product(s) Affected:

  • Universal Device Service
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  • Universal Device Service
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To allow communication between the Universal Device Service components, devices, and services, communication protocols and port numbers must be configured on the firewall and within the organization's environment. See the table below for reference.

Item Connection type Communication protocol Default port number
Communication Module
The port number for incoming connections
from devices can be configured.

External

HTTPS 443
Administration Console 
The port number for incoming connections
from browsers can be configured.
Internal HTTPS 8443
BlackBerry Web Services
The port number for incoming connections
from the BlackBerry Directory Sync Tool and BlackBerry Mobile
Fusion Studio can be configured.
Internal HTTPS 8082
Management Database 
The port number on the database server can be configured for
incoming connections from, and outgoing connections to, the
Management Database.
Internal TCP 1433
Core Module 
The port number for incoming connections
from the Communication Module and Console services can be configured.
Internal HTTPS 8081
BlackBerry Infrastructure
The port number for outgoing connections to
the SRP can be configured.
External TCP 3101
SMTP gateway 
The port number for outgoing email messages
from the Core Module to devices can be configured.
External TCP 25
Apple Push Notification service 
The default port number must be used for outgoing push
notifications from the Core Module to APNs.
External TCP 2195
iOS devices that use a work Wi-Fi network 
The default port number must be used for outgoing connections
to APNs.
External TCP 5223
Apple Root Certification Authority 
The port number for outgoing connections
from the Core Module to Apple to check the certificate
revocation list can be configured.
External HTTP 80
Apple Root Certification Authority 
The port number for outgoing connections
from the Core Module to Apple to check the certificate
revocation list can be configured.
External HTTPS 443
BlackBerry Signing Service
The default port number must be used so that the Core Module
can generate a Certificate Signing Request during the
configuration of the APNs certificate.
External HTTPS 443
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For more information about Apple's exact requirements for port 2195, please refer to the following link:

http://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/NetworkingInternet/Conceptual/RemoteNotificationsPG/Chapters/ProvisioningDevelopment.html

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