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AuthAnvil network port reference

This topic provides information about ports, authentication, and encryption for all data paths that are used by AuthAnvil Password Solutions. The “Notes” sections that follow each table clarify or define non-standard authentication or encryption methods.

All Products

 

Source Required port(s) Encryption supported? Encrypted by default?
storage.scorpionsoft.com 80/TCP No No
customer.scorpionsoft.com 443/TCP Yes (TLS) Yes
help.scorpionsoft.com 443/TCP Yes (TLS) Yes
SQL remote connections 1433/1434/TCP Yes (TLS) Yes


 

Note: You need to allow outbound access to the above locations to download software and updates, as well as activate software and conduct subscription licensing checkins. 

AuthAnvil Two Factor Auth

Datapath Required port(s) Encryption supported? Encrypted by default?
Web services 443/TCP or 80/TCP Yes (TLS) Yes
Mail services 25/TCP or 587/TCP  Yes (TLS)  No

Note: We do not recommend that you use port 80 for web services. 

AuthAnvil Single Sign On

Datapath Required port(s) Encryption supported? Encrypted by default?
Web services 443/TCP Yes (TLS) Yes

Note: We do not support SSO unless it uses TLS.

AuthAnvil Password Server

Datapath Required port(s) Encryption supported? Encrypted by default?
Web services 443/TCP Yes (TLS) Yes
Mail services 25/TCP or 587/TCP  Yes (TLS) No
Sync agent - Requests 443/TCP Yes (TLS) & Certificate trust Yes
Sync agent - WMI 135/TCP, 139/TCP, 445/TCP Yes Yes
Sync agent - LDAP 389/TCP/UDP Yes Yes
Sync agent - LDAPS 636/TCP, 3269/TCP Yes Yes

Note: When using WMI, it is recommended you consider using fixed port WMI. You can learn more here at Microsoft MSDN.

 

Questions?

If you have any questions or need some help, we would be happy to assist. Open a case at help.scorpionsoft.com or send an email to support@scorpionsoft.com.

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