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Port(s) used?

Port(s) used?

Port(s) used?

Which port(s) does Tivoli use to access endpoints? From the absolutely terrible documentation available it seems to be port 95, but I am unable to establish connectivity to endpoints located in the firewall DMZ with port 95 opened.

Also, where can I get my hands on some decent installation/configuration documentation which more or less covers the latest releases of Tivoli Framework and Tivoli Monitoring? The stuff I found at Redbooks are at least 2 generations old, not much use for anything really.

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RE: Port(s) used?

You can check the technical manuals that are avaliable on the www.ibm.com.

RE: Port(s) used?

The IBM/Tivoli Redbook, "Tivoli Enterprise Management Across Firewalls" (SG24-5510), dated November 2002 provides excellent documentation for implementing the Tivoli Management Framework and applications across firewalls.
It is updated to include Framework 4.1 and includes information on the Tivoli Firewall Security Toolbox.  In the appendix is a chart of all the ports Tivoli applications use.

Hope this helps!

Loran Swymer

RE: Port(s) used?

Thanks Loran, will download the Redbook today.


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