Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure 1.0
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Used Ports

The following network ports must be open to ensure proper communication of components in the backup infrastructure of Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure.

From

To

Protocol

Port

Description

Web browser

(local machine)

Controller server

HTTPS

443

Required for communications between the web browser and the Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure UI of the controller server.

Worker instance

HTTPS

443

Port used for communication with the Veeam Backup browser on the worker instance during the file-level restore process.

Controller server

Worker instance

SSH

22

Required to deploy the Worker service to workers.

RPC

643

Required for communication with the Worker service.

TCP

9999

Required to perform file-level recovery.

Ubuntu Security Update repository (security.ubuntu.com)

HTTP

80

Required to get OS security updates.

Veeam Update Notification Server (repository.veeam.com)

HTTPS

443

Required to download information about available product updates.

SMTP server

TCP

25

Default port used for sending email notifications.

Note: The TCP 25 port is the port that is the most commonly used by SMTP servers.

The backup server and worker instances must have outbound internet access to the following Microsoft Azure services:

 Azure Active Directory

 Azure Resource Manager

 Azure Storage Accounts

 Azure Cost Management

 Microsoft Identity Platform

 Azure’s Ubuntu repository

Microsoft uses a service tag to represent a group of IP address prefixes from a given Azure service. You can use service tags to define network access controls on Azure Firewall, for more information see Microsoft Docs.

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