Ports for the Tracking Server

 

Updated: January 7, 2016

For complete information about securing your BizTalk Server deployment, see Sample BizTalk Server Architectures.

The following table lists the ports you must configure for the tracking server to access the services they need. The firewall on which you need to open the ports depends on where the destination server is in your architecture. You must open these ports both for inbound and outbound traffic.

Service or Application contextDestination ServerDestination ServicePortProtocolReason
Logged on userBizTalk Management databaseSQL Server1433TCPTo create and configure the BizTalk Management database
Logged on userBizTalk Management databaseDTC135TCPTransacted connection to SQL Server to update and retrieve information from the database
Logged on userBizTalk Management databaseDTC50000-50200TCPSecondary RPC ports Note: You may need to open more secondary RPC ports depending on your server load.
Logged on userSSO databaseSQL Server1433TCPFor the SSO Service to connect to the SSO database
Logged on userBAM Primary Import databaseSQL Server1433TCPTo validate the BAM Primary Import database. The Tracking host connects to this database during run time.
Logged on userBAM Star Schema databaseSQL Server1433To update and retrieve information from the database. Note: The Tracking host connects to this database only when you run the BizTalk Configuration Manager to create a new BizTalk group from this server.
Logged on userBAM Analysis databaseOLAP445TCPTo create the OLAP data file (.mdb) on the remote computer. Note: The Tracking host connects to this database only when you run the BizTalk Configuration Manager to create a new BizTalk group from this server.
Logged on userBAM Analysis databaseOLAP2383 (SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services)To create and configure the BAM Analysis database Note: The Tracking host connects to this database only when you run the BizTalk Configuration Manager to create a new BizTalk group from this server.
Logged on userBAM Analysis databaseOLAP2725TCPFor data retrieval for analysis (PivotTable reports) Note: The Tracking host connects to this database only when you run the BizTalk Configuration Manager to create a new BizTalk group from this server.
Logged on userTracking databaseSQL Server1433TCPTo update and retrieve information from the database
Logged on userMessageBox databaseSQL1433TCPTo update and retrieve information from the database
Logged on userMessageBox databaseDTC135TCOTransacted connection to SQL Server
Logged on userMessageBox databaseDTC50000-50200Secondary RPC ports
Logged on userBAM Archive databaseSQL Server1433TCPTo update and retrieve information from the database Note: The Tracking host connects to this database only when you run the BizTalk Configuration Manager to create a new BizTalk group from this server.
SSO service accountSSO databaseSQL Server1433TCPTo update and retrieve information from the database
SSO service accountMaster secret serverMaster Secret service135TCPTransacted connection to SQL Server for the SSO service to connect to the master secret server
SSO service accountMaster secret serverSecondary RPC50000-50200TCPSecondary RPC ports for SSO service to connect to the master secret server

Server Naming Conventions
Security Considerations for Message and Instance Data Tracking
Large Distributed Architecture with Information Worker Services
Required Ports for BizTalk Server
Installation Overview for BizTalk Server 2013 and 2013 R2

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