Used Ports

The following tables list network ports that must be opened to manage inbound/outbound traffic.

Backup

Oracle on Windows

From

To

Protocol

Port

Notes

Veeam Backup Server

Oracle Server Guest OS

TCP, UDP

135, 137 to 139, 445

Ports used to deploy the runtime coordination process on a VM guest OS.

TCP

49152 to 65535
(for Microsoft Windows 2008 and newer)

Dynamic RPC range used by the runtime coordination process that is deployed on a VM guest OS for application-aware processing.1

For more information, see this Microsoft article.

TCP

6167

For archived logs shipping

Port used by the runtime coordination process on a VM guest OS from which archived logs are collected.

Oracle Server VM Guest OS

Veeam Backup Server

TCP

49152 to 65535
(for Microsoft Windows 2008 and newer)

Dynamic RPC range used by the runtime coordination process that is deployed on a VM guest OS for application-aware processing.1

Log Shipping Server / Backup Repository

TCP

2500 to 3300

For archived logs shipping

Default range of ports used for data transfer over the network.

Log shipping server is used in case the direct connection to the backup repository is not possible. For more information, see Log Shipping Servers.

1 If you use default Microsoft Windows firewall settings, you do not need to configure dynamic RPC ports: during setup, Veeam Backup & Replication automatically creates a firewall rule for the runtime process. If you use firewall settings other than default ones or application-aware processing fails with the RPC function call failed error, you need to configure dynamic RPC ports. For more information on how to configure RPC dynamic port allocation to work with firewalls, see this Microsoft KB article.

 

Oracle on Linux

From

To

Protocol

Port

Notes

Veeam Backup Server

Oracle on Linux Server Guest OS

TCP

22

Default SSH port used as a control channel.

TCP

2500 to 3300

Default range of ports used for managing data transfer over the network.

TCP

6167

For archived logs shipping

Port used by the runtime process on the VM guest OS from which archived logs are collected.

Oracle Server VM Guest OS

Log Shipping Server / Backup Repository

TCP

2500 to 3300

For archived logs shipping

Default range of ports used for managing data transfer over the network.

Log shipping server is used in case the direct connection to the backup repository is not possible. For more information, see Log Shipping Servers.

Restore

From

To

Protocol

Port

Notes

Veeam Backup Server / Standalone Console

Mount Service

TCP

6170

Port used for connections to the mount service.

Oracle on Windows Server

TCP

49152 to 65535 

Recommended dynamic RPC port range for Microsoft Windows 2008 and newer.

For more information, see this Microsoft article.

TCP

1025 to 1075

Default range of ports for the runtime component installed on the VM guest OS to support restore operations. Port is opened only during application item restore.

Oracle on Linux Server

TCP

22

Default SSH port used as a control channel.

Backup Repository Server

Oracle on Linux Server

TCP

2500 to 3300

Default range of ports used for managing data transfer during restore to the original (remote) VM on the target Oracle on Linux server.

Oracle on Linux Server

Veeam Backup Server

TCP

22

Default SSH port used as a control channel.

Backup Repository Server

TCP

2500 to 3300

Default range of ports used for managing data transfer during restore to the original (remote) VM on the target Oracle on Linux server.

Mount Service

Oracle on Windows Server

TCP

6160, 11731

Ports used by the Veeam Installer Service for connections to a target Oracle on Windows server.

Make sure to open the following ports when using a staging Oracle server.

From

To

Protocol

Port

Notes

Target VM / Staging Oracle Server

Mount server associated with the backup repository

TCP

3260 to 3270

Range of ports opened by Veeam Backup & Replication to manage iSCSI traffic during restore to the target VM.

This port range is opened only during application item restore.