Which ports are required to be open for a TeamForge site?

The components of a CollabNet TeamForge installation listen on a number of operating system ports.

A small subset must be exposed externally to enable users to access TeamForge services. Any port that is not absolutely needed must be closed.

You can select your open ports in one of these ways:

Ports open to the Internet

Open the following operating system level ports. All other ports must be firewalled off to maintain security.

Important: Do not open port 7080 or port 8080 to the Internet. These ports are only for communications between the TeamForge application and the source code integration service, when those two site components are running on separate boxes.
22 (SSH)
Port 22 is the default port for the secure shell (SSH). This is required for basic SSH administrative functionality and for CVS, as all CVS transactions occur over SSH. If all Teamforge repositories are in SVN (the default for Teamforge), then this port should be closed to the public and only accessible to the system administrators.

If you have to expose SSH to the Internet, the best way to protect it is to require SSH keys and not allow password authentication, and do not permit root logins over SSH. If you must use local authentication for SSH, enforce regular password changes and password complexity.

Note: If you have to expose SSH internally, limit access to the port to a bastion host if you can; otherwise limit it to specific trusted hosts or subnets.
25 (SMTP)
Port 25 is the default port for SMTP (email). CollabNet TeamForge discussion forums include mailing list functionality that allows users to send email to the TeamForge server. The James mail server included with TeamForge listens on port 25 to accept this mail for processing.
80 (HTTP)
Port 80 is the default port for Web data transfer. We strongly recommend that you set up SSL and use port 80 only to redirect to port 443.
443 (https)
Port 443 is the default port for encrypted Web data transfer (HTTPS). The Apache web server should be configured to encrypt all data so that it cannot be compromised by a third party with malicious intent. Apache can be configured to force all traffic to be sent over HTTPS, even when a request is sent via port 80 (HTTP).

TeamForge can help you take care of this, if you tell it to. See Set up SSL for your TeamForge site for details.

29418 (Gerrit SSH)
Port 29418 is the default port which should be open for Gerrit SSH.

Ports for internal use only

Open the REPORTS_DATABASE_PORT if you are granting direct access to the datamart from specific IPs using the REPORTS_DB_ACCESS_HOSTS site-options.conf token.

Ports to be open in the firewall environment for TeamForge 17.1

Name Source Box Target Box Port Notes
Apache ALL TeamForge App 80 or 443 443 for ssl
TeamForge Database TeamForge App TeamForge Database 5432  
SVN Integration TeamForge App SVN 80 or 443 443 for ssl
GIT Integration TeamForge App GIT 80 or 443 443 for ssl
GIT ssh ALL GIT 29418  
Indexer TeamForge App Indexer 2099  
Binaries TeamForge App Binaries 8500  
Reports DB TeamForge App Reports DB 5432 or 5632 5432 is used by default as Reports DB is co-hosted with TeamForge database. 5632 can be used if you want Reports DB on a separate port.
Reports ETL TeamForge App Reports ETL 7010  
Code Search (Elasticsearch) ALL Code Search (Elasticsearch) 9200  
EventQ TeamForge App EventQ App 8844  
EventQ Adapters ALL EventQ MQ 5672  
EventQ Messages EventQ App EventQ MQ 22, 2572, 15672 15672 is for admin
EventQ DB EventQ App EventQ DB 22, 27017  
Note: No manual port configuration is required for the following services if they are all installed on the TeamForge App server:
  • TeamForge Database
  • SVN Integration
  • Indexer
  • Binaries
  • Reports DB
  • Reports ETL

TeamForge DevOps Lifecycle Manager port requirements

ActionHub uses the following ports by default.
  • 5672: To communicate with RabbitMQ. (Daemon and Web Server both require)
  • 5432: To communicate with PG Database (Daemon and Web Server both require)
  • 8187: Port used by Tomcat for Web Server front end
  • 8191: Port used by the Daemon
ActionFlow uses the following ports by default.
  • 80: HTTP not exposed
  • 443: HTTPS needs to be exposed to the client
  • 5672: RabbitMQ not exposed

ActionDesigner uses the following port by default: 8001.