Required Ports

The following table lists the protocol ports that Panzura Filers use for operation.

For each protocol port, the table lists the filer's physical port (LAN or WAN) that receives and sends traffic and whether sessions are initiated by the filer or by another device.

  • In: Session traffic is initiated by another device and received by the filer on the indicated port.
  • Out: Session traffic is initiated by the filer and sent out of the indicated port.
  • Both: Session traffic might be initiated locally or remotely.

In the One-Arm column, LAN/WAN refers to both LAN and WAN traffic. When you connect a filer in One-Arm mode, use the LAN port on the filer for the physical connection to the network and leave the WAN port unconnected. In Inline mode, both the LAN and WAN ports are used.

Port/Protocol Inline One-Arm Description
LAN WAN LAN
22/TCP Both   Both SSH (used for management traffic between filers)
80/TCP
443/TCP
In   In WebUI

22/TCP

80/TCP 

443/TCP

  Out Out

Support Assistance (SA)

SA access can use any of these ports and requires at least 1 of them.

Note: Support Assistance is optional but recommended. To use Support Assistance, the following also is required:

  • A route from the filer to the Internet.
  • Access to DNS. SA is located at the following URLs: 
    • saconnect.panzura.com

      support1.panzura.com

    • support2.panzura.com

    • support3.panzura.com

    • support4.panzura.com

    • support26.panzura.com

Diagnostic logs may be automatically uploaded to SA using the following URL:

  • sadownload.panzura.com
443/TCP   Out Out

Licensing Panzura uses token licenses which decrypt to a central license server using the following URL:

  • support2.pixel8networks.com

53/TCP

53/UDP

Both   Both DNS

80/TCP

443/TCP

  Out Out HTTP/HTTPS access to object store in cloud

111/TCP

111/UDP

2049/TCP

2049/UDP

4045/TCP

4045/UDP

In   In

Network File System (NFS) protocols: RPC, NFS, and lockd

Note: Required only if NFS support will be enabled on the filer(s).

123/UDP Out   Out Network Time Protocol (NTP)

137/UDP

138/UDP

139/UDP

Out   Out NetBIOS (WINS)

161/TCP

161/UDP

162/TCP

162/UDP

Both   Both

SNMP

SNMP traps

389/TCP

389/UDP

Both   Both

LDAP

Active Directory (AD)

445/TCP

445/UDP

In   In SMB file protocol

514/TCP

514/UDP

Out   Out

Syslog

Note: Optional. Needed only if the filer will send its logs to a remote syslog server.

35357/TCP   Out Out

HP Cloud object store

Note: Required only if HP Cloud object store is used.

ICMP In   In Ping replies

892/TCP

892/UDP

In   In NFS server
67/DHCP   Out Out DHCP/Bootstrap Protocol Server

662/TCP

662/UDP

Both   Both PFTP

42/TCP

42/UDP

      Name Server, ARPA Host Name Server Protocol

88/TCP

88/UDP

Out   Out

Kerberos.

Required for SMB operation. Optional for NFSv4, configured under NFS settings