Documentum Ports

I am endeavoring to compile a catalog of common/default port numbers used by Documentum and related products.  I have scoured PowerLink, the support forums, blogs, install documentation and my own systems to compile the following list.  Hopefully, this will help anyone needing to open ports in a firewall.

Here is what I have so far, please feel free to make suggestions/corrections:

1489/1490 Docbroker (native/secure – must be consecutive ports).
8080 Tomcat default app port
7001 WebLogic default app port
9200 First Indexing agent port #1 (FAST/xPlore)
9080 First Indexing Agent port #2 (FAST)
13000-17000 Index Server (4000 contiguous ports)
10000/10001 Content Server 5.x  (see …/etc/services file).  These ports represent the native and
secure connection ports.
47625/47626 Content Server 6.x  (see …/etc/services file).  These ports represent the native and
secure connection ports.
16005 FAST Server
32000 xPlore Index Agent (Dctmservice.exe)
32001/9080 Method Server
32002/32003 xPlore Server
389, 489 Active Directory, LDAP
1521 Oracle Listener
9300/9302 xPlore (native/secure)
443 SSL
9080/9081 ACS and UCF (native/secure)
8489/8490 Documentum Messaging Service (native/secure)
8086/8087 Back Office Content Server (BOCS) (native/secure)
1099 Content Intelligence Sevrices (CIS)
1433 SQL Server
9095/9096 Documentum Content Transformaiton Services (CTS)
135 eRoom
6677 Documentum SCS/IDS Adminstration
2788/2787 Documentum SCS/IDS source/target communication (native/secure)
389/636 LDAP (native/secure)
10099 Captiva InputAccel client/server TCP port
8079 CIS
8061 CIS JMX agent port
1099 CIS RMI port
3690, 4445, 7130-7229, 9000, 10000-11000,
32000-32999, 375779, 40002, 55550-55649
CIS misc. ports
8081/8008 Documentum Thumbnail Server
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About Scott
I have been implementing Documentum solutions since 1997. In 2005, I published a book about developing Documentum solutions for the Documentum Desktop Client (ISBN 0595339689). In 2010, I began this blog as a record of interesting and (hopefully) helpful bits of information related to Documentum, and as a creative outlet.

10 Responses to Documentum Ports

  1. Documentum SCS Adminstration (SCS 6.0 SP1) – 6677 (from memory earlier versions are the same not sure about IDS)

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  2. If you were using LDAP it will likely run on 389 and SSL on 636

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  3. Marcel says:

    Just out of curiosity, about the use of 10000/10001 by dctm5 and 47625/47626 by dctm6. Do you know of any documentation that backs this up or is it just empirical data (what you’ve witnessed)?
    What I have witnessed is that the installation of a 2nd Content Server (to serve an existing docbase) used the combination 10000/10001, although it was v6.5.
    https://community.emc.com/message/64806

    Regardless of this, I think it would be good to mention that 10000/10001 resp. 47625/47626 are the ports used by the 1st docbase. The 2nd will use 10002/10003 resp. 47627/47628, and so forth.

    Nice post again. I’ve updated my info with the ones I didn’t know yet.

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    • Scott says:

      I haven’t found any “official” documentation discussing the change/difference in default ports between D5 and D6. The closest I have come is this discussion on the EDN: https://community.emc.com/message/64804.

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      • Marcel says:

        Eh… That’s my post on the EMC forum. I’m that same Marcel. My link above points to the same page (although the URL slightly differs).
        Anyway, until now I have not been able to pinpoint when the docbase installation program decided on using 10000/10001 or 47625/47626. I don’t remember ever seeing 47625/47626 on a dctm5 installation. But I have seen 10000/10001 on a dctm6 installation.

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      • Scott says:

        Too funny. We seem to have come full circle on this material. If I can track down anything concrete from EMC I’ll post it.

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      • Scott says:

        I just checked a D6.6 server at work that is running three Docbases. The ../etc/services file has the following entries:
        dm_docbase1 47625/tcp #Documentum Docbase Service docbase1
        dm_docbase1_s 47626/tcp #Documentum Docbase Service docbase1 (secure service)
        dm_docbase2 47627/tcp #Documentum Docbase Service docbase2
        dm_docbase2_s 47628/tcp #Documentum Docbase Service docbase2 (secure service)
        dm_docbase3 47629/tcp #Documentum Docbase Service docbase3
        dm_docbase3_s 47630/tcp #Documentum Docbase Service docbase3 (secure service)
        This server was installed using only default values in the installation wizard.

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      • AS says:

        As I understand, on Windows, the OS “decides” the port CS chooses. CS chooses the next available port in the services file. On *nix, you set the port manually before installing the CS.

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