Thursday, December 1, 2011

Network ports for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

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.
Network ports for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Web application
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 Connector for SQL Server Reporting Services 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 Web sites, 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 Microsoft Dynamics CRM, see "Make Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 client-to-server network communications more secure" in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Installing GuideMake Microsoft Dynamics CRM client-to-server network communications more secure .
TCP
445
Microsoft-DS
Active Directory 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.


Network ports that are used by the SQL Server that runs the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Connector for SQL Server Reporting Services server roles
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 Connector for SQL Server Reporting Services 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 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.


referred from plannning document.

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