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Oracle VM Manager Inter Component Communication and Data Exchange

Oracle VM Manager Inter Component Communication and Data Exchange

The Oracle VM Manager GUI, the Oracle Database repository and the WebLogic server running Oracle VM Manager can be on different hosts throughout your enterprise. Understanding Oracle VM Manager intra component communication and data exchange will help configure firewalls in order to allow Oracle VM Manager to operate in your enterprise. During the Oracle VM Manager installation, the default communication ports for each component will be selected and assigned. If the default ports are modified be sure to use the new port assignments when you configure your firewalls.

Table 5 shows the default ports used by Oracle VM Manager.
Port
Usage
TCP 7001
Client PC to the Oracle VM Manager GUI (HTTP).
TCP 7002 Client PC to the Oracle VM Manager GUI (HTTPS).
TCP 15901 Client PC to Oracle VM Manager for the Secure VNC Proxy. Oracle VM uses the Remote Access Service java applet to proxy all virtual machine VNC console access from the Oracle VM Manager host to the “ovs-consoled” service on the Oracle VM servers.
TCP 8080 Client PC to to the Oracle Database XE web console (HTTP). Only for Oracle Database 11g Express Edition (XE).
TCP 22 Client PC to Oracle VM Server for SSH access
TCP 7788 Client PC to Cloud Control (HTTP)
TCP 7799 Client PC to Cloud Control (HTTPS)
TCP 8899 Oracle VM Manager to Oracle VM Agent
TCP 6900-6999 (one port per VM) Oracle VM Manager to Oracle VM Server for virtual machine VNC access/tunneling.
TCP 7900-7999 (one port per VM) Oracle VM Manager to Oracle VM Server for virtual machine serial console access/tunneling.
TCP 1521 Oracle VM Manager to the Oracle Database listener. Only for remote Oracle Database 11g Standard Edition or Enterprise Edition.
TCP 7001 Oracle VM Server to Oracle VM Manager for the HTTP console.
TCP 7002
Oracle VM Server to Oracle VM Manager for the HTTPS console.
TCP 54321 tcp

TCP 54322 tcps
Oracle VM Server to the Oracle VM Manager Core API.
Note: Since Oracle VM 3.1, tcps is required for Oracle Enterprise Manager integration.
UDP 123 Oracle VM Server to Oracle VM Manager for NTP. If iptables is enabled on the Oracle VM Manager host, ensure that UDP port 123 is open.
TCP 3872 Oracle Management Service to Oracle Management Agent 
ICMP 7 Oracle Management Service to Oracle Management Agent
TCP 4889-4897 Oracle Management Agent to Oracle Management Service Upload (HTTP). The upload port is the first available port in the range 4889-4897.
TCP 1159, 4899-4908 Oracle Management Agent to Oracle Management Service Upload (HTTPS). 1159 is the default port. If 1159 is not available, the Oracle Management Service will search in the specified range (4889-4897).
Figure 1 shows the Oracle VM Manager intra component communication and data exchange.
 
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