Output Manager Communication Port Reference

The following table describes port usage in an Output Manager environment:

Table 1. Output Manager Ports
Component Port Protocol Client
DBM Service 8070 Net.Tcp *
  • All other Output Manager services
  • Output Manager Console
  • Output Manager Web Application
  • Output Manager Web Kiosk
8068 HTTP
  • Ricoh Unified Client
  • Xerox EIP Unified Client
  • Konica Minolta iOption Unified Client
  • Output Manager Web Application
  • Output Manager Web Kiosk
  • High Availability configurations:
    • Input Service
    • SNMP Service
    • Output Manager Console
8069 HTTPS
  • Ricoh Unified Client
  • Output Manager Web Application
  • Output Manager Web Kiosk
  • High Availability configurations:
    • Input Service
    • SNMP Service
    • Output Manager Console
Input Service 8072 Net.Tcp
  • DBM
  • AutoStore
  • Mobile
8066 HTTP
  • Driver
  • Client Pop-up
  • AutoStore
  • Mobile
  • High Availability DBM
8067 HTTPS
  • AutoStore
  • Mobile
  • High Availability DBM
8075 Net.Tcp Output Manager to Output Manager
8074 HTTPS Output Manager to Output Manager
Output Service 8078 Net.Tcp DBM
Rules Agent Service 8073 Net.Tcp DBM
SNMP Service 8076 Net.Tcp DBM
8077 HTTP High Availability DBM
8065 HTTPS High Availability DBM
Desktop Client 8100-8125 ** HTTP High Availability DBM

* The Net.Tcp protocol uses Transport Layer Security (TLS) and requires both communication points to run with domain account credentials. An exception is inter-service communication using the LocalSystem account and communicating on the same machine.

** Typically, only port 8100 is used. Others are needed when a single machine, such as a remote desktop server, is running multiple instances of the client. These ports must be open on the client machines.

Additional notes:
  • AutoStore and Mobile typically use 8072, 8066, or 8067 to communicate with the Input service but not all three ports.
  • The Output Manager Web Application and the Output Manager Web Kiosk use 8070 by default to communicate with the DBM. If necessary, you can use 8068 or 8069 by specifying the value in the web.config file.
  • In a High Availability installation, the Input service, SNMP service, and the Output Manager Console communicate with the DBM using HTTP or HTTPS, depending on the load balancer configuration.
  • The Ricoh Unified Client uses 8068 or 8069 to communicate with the DBM but not both ports.
  • Output Manager to Output Manager communication does not use 8074 as of this release but might use the port in a subsequent release.