Ports used by NetScaler

Port

Type

Use

Secure

22/TCP

HTTP

SSH

Secure

80/TCP

HTTP

GUI web front-end, XML-API

Non-secure

161/UDP

HTTP

SNMP request/response traffic (polling)

Non-secure

162/UDP

HTTP

SNMP traps

Non-secure

443/TCP

HTTPS

GUI web front end, XML-API

Secure

3003/UDP

HTTP

High availability heartbeat

Non-secure

3008/TCP

HTTPS

GUI Java applet, high availability communication

Secure

3009/TCP

HTTPS

High availability communication, GSLB MEP communication

Secure

3010/TCP

HTTP

GUI Java applet, high availability communication

Non-secure

3011/TCP

HTTP

High availability communication, GSLB MEP communication

Non-secure

2 Responses to “Ports used by NetScaler”

  1. Tim Churches says:

    How do you make NetScaler 9.3 use the secure channels 3008/TCP and 3009/TCP instead of the insecure ports?

  2. J. Hoffmann says:

    Hi Tim,
    the Java ports are used w/ the browser connection. If you connect to the NetScaler box using http, Java port 3010/tcp (unsecured) is used, if you establish an https connection, secured Java port 3008/tcp is used.

    Regards,
    Jochen.

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