Ports and Protocols of Standard Activities

 

Updated: May 13, 2016

Applies To: System Center 2012 SP1 - Orchestrator, System Center 2012 - Orchestrator, System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator

Orchestrator standard activities can communicate between the runbook servers where the runbook is deployed and any resource. If you have firewalls in your environment, when you use a standard activity, you must enable the ports between the runbook servers and resource as indicated in the following table.

Standard activityPort on runbook serverPort on resource serverNotes
Query DatabaseAny port the target database requires.
Write to DatabaseAny port the target database requires.
Invoke Web ServicesHTTP or HTTPSHTTP or HTTPS
Map Network PathActivity uses Microsoft Windows file sharing.
Set SNMP VariableSNMPSNMP
Get SNMP VariableSNMPSNMP
Monitor SNMP TrapSNMPSNMP
Send SNMP TrapSNMPSNMP
Run ProgramActivity uses Microsoft Windows file sharing and I/O pipes.
Send EmailSMTPSMTP
Monitor Internet ApplicationHTTP/SMTP/POP3/FTP/DNSHTTP/SMTP/POP3/FTP/DNS
Get Internet Application StatusHTTP/SMTP/POP3/FTP/DNS/CustomHTTP/SMTP/POP3/FTP/DNS/CustomCustom can be anything.
Send Syslog Messagesyslogsyslog

TCP Port Requirements

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