Puertos SAP

Hoy os dejare una tabla bastante interesante de los puertos estándar utilizados por SAP:

 
Service
Port Number / Service Name
Default
Range (min-max)
Comment
Web AS (SAP Web Application Server)
Dispatcher
32NN
sapdpNN
3200
3200-3299
sapdp00-sapdp99
SAP Dispatcher, used by SAP GUI for Windows and Java
Gateway
33NN
sapgwNN
3300
3300-3399
sapgw00-sapgw99
SAP gateway, used for CPIC and RFC communication
ICM HTTP
80NN
8000
Free
 
 
The usual port for HTTP is 80. You can configure the system to use port number 80 after installation.
ICM HTTPS
443NN (convention for multiple instances)
Not active
Free
The port is not configured during installation. The usual port for HTTPS 443. If you want to use HTTPS, you must configure it manually.
ICM SMTP
25
Not active
25 (no other port generally supported by SMTP)
The port is not configured during installation. The usual port for SMTP is 25. If you want to use SMTP, you must configure it manually. Only one instance per host should offer SMTP service.
Message Server
36NN
sapmsSID
3600
sapmsC11
Free
sapms<any SID>
 
Only CI (central instance) Service names can be reassigned in /etc/services to an arbitrary value after installation.
Message Server HTTP
81NN
8100
Free
Only CI (central instance) Can be used to retrieve system information via HTTP
Message Server HTTPS
444NN (convention for multiple instances)
Not active
Free
Only CI (central instance) The port is not configured during installation.
Puertos Internos
Dispatcher
32NN/UDP
3200/UDP
3200-3299/UDP
Only used on local host for signaling dispatcher, never seen on the network
Gateway
33NN/UDP
3300/UDP
3300-3399/UDP
Only used on local host for signaling dispatcher, never seen on the network
ICM Admin
detected automatically
65000 or next free lower port
65000 or less
Internal communication. Automatically uses the first free port from 65000 downwards. Port accepts connections only from localhost.
Web AS J2EE Engine
J2EE Dispatcher
HTTP
5NN00
50000
50000-59900
NN = Instance number (00…99)
HTTP over SSL
5NN01
50001
50001-59901
 
IIOP initial context
5NN02
50002
50002-59902
 
IIOP over SSL
5NN03
50003
50003-59903
 
P4
5NN04
50004
50004-59904
 
P4 over HTTP tunneling
5NN05
50005
50005-59905
 
P4 over SSL
5NN06
50006
50006-59906
 
IIOP
5NN07
50007
50007-59907
 
Telnet
5NN08
50008
50008-59908
 
JMS
5NN10
50010
50010-59910
 
J2EE Server ( internal ports)
Server Join Port
5NN20 + x*5
50020 (server 0)
50020-59995
X = 0, 1, 2, 3, ...15 (number of server)
Server Debug Port
5NN21 + x*5
50021 (server 0)
50021-59996
X = 0, 1, 2, 3, ...15 (number of server)
Central Services for Java (Separate instance, default instance number 01)
Enqueue Server
Enque Server Port
32NN
3201
3200-3299
NN = Instance number (00…99)
Enq. Replication
33NN
3301
3300-3399
 
Message Server
MessageServer Port
36NN
3601
3600-3699
NN = Instance number (00…99) rdisp/msserv
HTTP
81NN
8101
8100-8199
ms/http_port
HTTPS
444NN
Not active
44400-44499
ms/https_port
Web AS Administrative Services
Start Service
HTTP Start Service
5NN13
sapctrlNN
50013
50013-59913
NN = Instance number (00…99)
HTTPS Start Service
5NN14
sapctrlsNN
50014
50014-59914