Difference between revisions of "Samba Port Usage"

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(note which protocols (UDP and/or TCP) are needed for each of the above entries.)
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* Samba/smbd: UDP ports 137 - 138, TCP ports 139 and 445
 
* Samba/smbd: UDP ports 137 - 138, TCP ports 139 and 445
 
* EPMMAP: TCP port 135
 
* EPMMAP: TCP port 135
* LDAP: TCP ports 389 and 636
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* LDAP: TCP ports 389 and 636, UDP port 389
 
* Kerberos: ports 88 and 464 (both TCP and UDP)
 
* Kerberos: ports 88 and 464 (both TCP and UDP)
 
* Directory Sync: TCP port 1024
 
* Directory Sync: TCP port 1024
  
 
TODO: Add rules needed for IPTABLES and other firewall types.
 
TODO: Add rules needed for IPTABLES and other firewall types.

Revision as of 04:20, 8 June 2013

When running with a firewall, several protocols/ports must be enabled to allow Samba 4 to operate as expected. These are:

  • DNS: port 53 (both TCP and UDP)
  • Multicast DNS: port 5353 (both TCP and UDP)
  • Samba/smbd: UDP ports 137 - 138, TCP ports 139 and 445
  • EPMMAP: TCP port 135
  • LDAP: TCP ports 389 and 636, UDP port 389
  • Kerberos: ports 88 and 464 (both TCP and UDP)
  • Directory Sync: TCP port 1024

TODO: Add rules needed for IPTABLES and other firewall types.