What are the ports used by CA Automation Point?

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Last Modified Date : 02/08/2018
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Introduction:
CA Automation Point needs to communicate with other products, devices.
This is done by using the TCPIP IP address, or TCPIP hostname.. However also via specific ports sometimes.
These ports are sometimes protected by a proxy or firewall.
 
Question:
What ports does CA AP use?
And can be be modified?
And where can they be modified?
Answer:
For the new APO r11.x server install, here some information on the ports used by CA AP.
                                                                    
The ports CA AP uses depends on the services you install :            
                                                                    
23      Unicenter Automation Point - Telnet Session                
389     Unicenter Automation Point - NM web Security Options      : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Notification, Notification Manager, NM Security
444     Unicenter Automation Point - Simple Network Paging Protocol (SNPP)                
1202    Unicenter Automation Point - CCI-PC (unencrypted)         : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Automation, Events Interface, CA OPS/MVS EMA, CCI Settings
1203    Unicenter Automation Point - CCI-PC (encrypted)           : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Automation, Events Interface, CA OPS/MVS EMA, CCI Settings
1721    Unicenter Automation Point - CCI-dist (encrypted)         : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Automation, Events Interface, CA OPS/MVS EMA, CCI Settings
2000    Unicenter Automation Point - PPQs - configurable          : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Infrastructure, PPQ
4099    Unicenter Automation Point - NM website  
5099    Unicenter Automation Point - NM Web Gateway               : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Notification, Notification Manager, NM Website  
5500    Unicenter Automation Point - Remote Viewing               : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Automation, Remote Viewing
5501    Unicenter Automation Point - Unicenter Security for AP Sessions     
5700    Unicenter Automation Point - Netspeak - configurable      : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Automation, AP Desktop Settings
6200    Unicenter Automation Point - WebMV                        : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Automation, Web Msg Viewer, Advanced
6205    Unicenter Automation Point - WebMV                        : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Automation, Web Msg Viewer, Advanced
6300    Unicenter Automation Point - WebMV                        : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Automation, Web Msg Viewer, Advanced
7000    Unicenter Automation Point - CCI-dist (unencrypted)       : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Automation, Events Interface, CA OPS/MVS EMA, CCI Settings
7000-7004 AP to NSM 
8443    Unicenter Automation Point - Tomcat for TLS 
9803    AP Web services - notification                            : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Infrastructure, Web Services, Automation
9804    AP Web services - notification                            : Changed via CA AP Config Mngr, Expert, Infrastructure, Web Services, Notification
                                                                            
All the ports are TCP.
And the HMC and SNMP ports are both UDP and TCP ports.          
                                                                            
CA AP can use TN3270 :                                                         
                                                                            
CA AP uses a communication server that supports TN3270 (such as OSA-Integrated Console Controller (OSA-ICC) or IBM 2074 Console Controller) 
to host either operating consoles or VTAM applications using TN3270E connections through IBM 3278/3279 model 2,3,4, or 5 display terminals.      
                                                                            
And for TN5250 :                                                            
                                                                            
For IBM iSeries connections, CA Automation Point supports the 5292 terminal type only. This provides a 24x80 screen size.                               
                 
If you want to use the HAF interface to monitor HMC messages, CA AP uses these specific ports :
  151
  152
  161
  162
 3151
 3152
 3161
 3162
10151
10152
10161
10162
See https://docops.ca.com/ca-automation-point/11-5-2/en/administrating/managing-cmos-processors/hardware-access-facility-haf
        
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Default port for the NM SQL access is 1433.
Configurable since AP 11.4  

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MS SQL and Tomcat ports are defaults specified by their vendors and can be subject of changes by them..