Oracle Database port assignments - HxGN SDx - Update 31 - Installation & Upgrade

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The Oracle database uses the following port assignments.

These assignments might not be required if Oracle is not used as a database within your implementation.

For the Oracle components listed below, port assignments can be custom-configured as indicated. For each component, additional information can be found in the cited Oracle documentation. These Oracle references contain links to additional Oracle content, providing important considerations, including discussions about other affected components that may require matching port changes to be made, as well as the instructions for changing the assigned ports.

Port Number

TCP/UDP

Communication

Comments

80

TCP

From client to server

For Oracle HTTP. Can be reassigned. Configurable port range is 80, 7777-7877, 8888.

1521, 1526

TCP

From client to server; from server to client

For Oracle Client SQL Net Connection (1521 is default). Can be changed using Oracle Net Configuration Utility to port within range 1024-65535.

1158

TCP

From client to server

For Oracle Enterprise Console (1158 is default). Configured during database installation. Can be changed within range 5500-5519.

5560, 5580

TCP

From client to server

For Oracle SQL Plus (5560 is default). Can be changed within range 5560-5579.
For more information, see the Oracle documentation on database port numbers.

443

TCP

From client to server

For Oracle HTTP Server SSL Port (443 is default). Can be set to either 443 or 4443. For more information, see the Oracle documentation on server port numbers.

7809

TCP

From server to server

Required for Oracle Global Workshare. GoldenGate is now used for replication and this port is needed for the GoldenGate Manager to handle communication between the servers.

7810-7820

TCP

From server to server

Required for Oracle Global Workshare. Golden Gate is now used for replication and this port is needed to facilitate the transfer of transaction information between the GoldenGate instances.