Default Port Numbers

Default port numbers for the SolacePubSub+ appliance and software event brokers are listed in the tables below:

Appliance

Default port numbers for Solace PubSub+ appliance services.

Port Service Description Appliance Interface

22

Access to host shell or CLI depending on the account you log into.

Management

80

Access to Broker Manager, SEMP, and SolAdmin

Management

443

Access to Broker Manager over HTTPS, SEMP over TLS, and SolAdmin over TLS

Management

80

Used for Web Messaging

Message Backbone

5553

Health Check Listen Port TLS

Message Backbone

55555

Solace Message Format (SMF)

Message Backbone

55003

SMF compressed

Message Backbone

55556

SMF routing

Message Backbone

55443

SMF TLS / SSL (with or without compression)

Message Backbone

443

Web Transport TLS / SSL

Message Backbone

Software Event Broker

Default port numbers for Solace PubSub+ software event broker services.

In cloud environments (for example, AWS), ports are typically blocked by the default security group. To access them, you have to allow access in the security group.

Port Service description Type of Traffic

22

Host OS SSH

(2222 for Solace PubSub+ software event broker Machine & Cloud Image releases prior to 8.5.0)

Management

2222

Solace CLI SSH/SFTP

(22 for for Solace PubSub+ software event broker Machine & Cloud Image releases prior to 8.5.0)

Management

8080

Access to Broker Manager, SEMP, and SolAdmin

Management

1943

Access to Broker Manager over HTTPS, SEMP over TLS, and SolAdmin over TLS

For Solace PubSub+ software event broker versions before the 9.4.0 release, use port 943

Management

5550

Health Check Listen Port

Data

55555

Solace Message Format (SMF)

Data

55003

SMF compressed

Data

55556

SMF routing

Data

55443

SMF TLS / SSL (with or without compression)

Data

8008

Web Transport - WebSockets, Comet, etc.

For Solace PubSub+ software event broker versions before the 9.4.0 release, use port 80.

Data

1443

Web Transport TLS / SSL

For Solace PubSub+ software event broker versions before the 9.4.0 release, use port 443

Data

5671

AMQP TLS / SSL ('default' VPN; note that each message VPN configured on the Solace PubSub+ software event broker would require its own unique set of AMQP ports)

Data

5672

AMQP ('default' VPN; note that each message VPN configured on the Solace PubSub+ software event broker would require its own unique set of AMQP ports)

Data

1883

MQTT ('default' VPN; note that each message VPN configured on the Solace PubSub+ software event broker would require its own unique set of MQTT ports)

Data

8883

MQTT TLS / SSL('default' VPN; note that each message VPN configured on the Solace PubSub+ software event broker would require its own unique set of MQTT ports)

Data

8000

MQTT / WebSockets ('default' VPN; note that each message VPN configured on the Solace PubSub+ software event broker would require its own unique set of MQTT ports)

Data

8443

MQTT / WebSockets TLS / SSL ('default' VPN; note that each message VPN configured on the Solace PubSub+ software event broker would require its own unique set of MQTT ports)

Data

9000

REST ('default' VPN; note that each message VPN configured on the Solace PubSub+ software event broker would require its own unique set of REST ports)

Data

9443

REST TLS / SSL ('default' VPN; note that each message VPN configured on the Solace PubSub+ software event broker would require its own unique set of REST ports)

Data

8741

High Availability (HA) Mate Link

HA

8300

8301

8302

HA Configuration Synchronization

HA

A typical Linux operating system ports 0 to1023 are by default privileged ports for the root user. These are ports which only a process with NET_BIND_SERVICE capability can bind too . PubSub+ can bind to unprivileged ports when the container has been granted NET_BIND_SERVICE capability, and the UID is 0. For more information on privileged port configuration, refer to Configuring Privileged Ports.