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Network ports for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

This section describes the ports that are used for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. This information is helpful as you configure the network when users connect through a firewall.

The following table lists the ports used for a server that is running a Full Server installation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Moreover, except for the Microsoft SQL Server role, and the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Reporting Extensions server role, all server roles are installed on the same computer.

 

Protocol Port Description Explanation

TCP

80

HTTP

Default web application port. This port may be different as it can be changed during Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server Setup. For new websites, the default port number is 5555.

TCP

135

MSRPC

RPC endpoint resolution.

TCP

139

NETBIOS-SSN

NETBIOS session service.

TCP

443

HTTPS

Default secure HTTP port. The port number may differ from the default port. This secure network transport must be manually configured. Although this port is not required to run Microsoft Dynamics CRM, we strongly recommend it. For information about how to configure HTTPS for CRM, see “Make Microsoft Dynamics CRM client-to-server network communications more secure” in Post-installation and configuration guidelines for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 in the Installing Guide.

TCP

445

Microsoft-DS

Active Directory service required for Active Directory access and authentication.

UDP

123

NTP

Network Time Protocol.

UDP

137

NETBIOS-NS

NETBIOS name service.

UDP

138

NETBIOS-dgm

NETBIOS datagram service.

UDP

445

Microsoft-DS

Active Directory service required for Active Directory access and authentication.

UDP

1025

Blackjack

DCOM, used as an RPC listener.

ImportantImportant
Depending on your domain trust configuration, additional network ports may need to be available for Microsoft Dynamics CRM to work correctly. More information: How to configure a firewall for domains and trusts

The following table lists the additional ports that are used for a deployment where the Sandbox Processing Service is running on a separate computer.

 

Protocol Port Description Explanation

TCP

808

CRM server role communication

The Asynchronous Service and Web Application Server services communicate to the Sandbox Processing Service through this channel. The default port is 808, but can be changed in the Windows registry by adding the DWORD registry value TcpPort in the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSCRM\.

The following table lists the additional port that is used by the Deployment Web Service server role.

 

Protocol Port Description Explanation

TCP

808

Used for Fetch-based reports

Client computers that are running Fetch-based reports communicate over this port when communicating with the computer that is running the Deployment Web Service server role.

The following table lists the ports that are used for a computer that is running SQL Server and has only SQL Server and the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Reporting Extensions (SRS Data Connector) server roles installed.

 

Protocol Port Description Explanation

TCP

135

MSRPC

RPC endpoint resolution.

TCP

139

NETBIOS-SSN

NETBIOS session service.

TCP

445

Microsoft-DS

Active Directory service required for Active Directory access and authentication.

TCP

1433

ms-sql-s

SQL Server sockets service. This port is required for access to SQL Server. This number may be different if you have configured your default instance of SQL Server to use a different port number or you are using a named instance.

UDP

123

NTP

Network Time Protocol.

UDP

137

NETBIOS-NS

NETBIOS name service.

UDP

138

NETBIOS-dgm

NETBIOS datagram service.

UDP

445

Microsoft-DS

Active Directory service required for Active Directory access and authentication.

UDP

1025

Blackjack

DCOM, used as an RPC listener.

ImportantImportant
In addition to the ports listed previously, UDP port 1434 (SQL Server Browser Service) on the SQL Server is required by Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server Setup to return a list of the computers that are running SQL Server during the installation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server. To work around this, specify the SQLServer\InstanceName during Setup.

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