Veritas NetBackup™ Network Ports Reference Guide
- About the NetBackup network ports
- NetBackup Ports
- Other Network Ports
- About communication ports and firewall considerations in OpsCenter
NetBackup deduplication ports
The following table shows the ports that are used for NetBackup deduplication that includes Media Server Deduplication (MSDP), and optimized deduplication. If firewalls exist between the various deduplication hosts, you must open the required ports.
Deduplication hosts are the media servers, deduplication storage servers, any load balancing servers, and any clients that deduplicate their own data.
MSDP with Client-Direct (client deduplication) and optimized duplication need some ports to be opened.
Table: NetBackup deduplication port usage
This is the NetBackup Deduplication Engine (spoold) port that is used by MSDP. Open this port between:
This is the NetBackup Deduplication Manager (spad) port that is used by MSDP. Open this port between:
Ports 10082 and 10102 (MSDP) must also be open between the media server and any storage servers that perform optimized duplications.
If using Auto Image Replication (AIR) for optimized duplication, TCP ports 1556, 10082, and 10102 (MSDP) must be open between the NetBackup domains.