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  • IBM I access for telnet

    Hi all,

    I want to open some port in my firewall to use ibm I access, only for 5250 with ssl and in the future with a client certificate.

    looking in infocenter I found this:
    as-central-s Secure central server 9470
    as-database-s Secure database server 9471
    as-dtaq-s Secure data queue server 9472
    as-file-s Secure file server 9473
    as-netprt-s Secure network print server 9474
    as-rmtcmd-s Secure remote command/ Program call server 9475
    as-signon-s Secure signon server 9476
    ddm-ssl DDM 448
    as-admin-https HTTP administration 2010
    as-mgtctrlj Management central 5544
    as-mgtctrl-ss Management central 5566
    as-mgtctrl-cs Management central 5577
    Telnet-ssl Telnet server 992
    I want only telnet, but opening 992, 9476 is not enough.

    Which port do I need to open? What's this central server?
    Many thanks.
    Bye

  • #2
    Found This??:
      • PC Function
    • Server Name
    Port Non-SSL Port SSL
    • Server Mapper
    • as-svrmap
    • 449
    • ---
    • License Management
    • as-central
    • 8470
    • 9470
    • Database Access
    • as-database
    • 8471
    • 9471
    • Data Queues
    • as-dtaq
    • 8472
    • 9472
    • IFS Access using
      System i Navigator
    • as-file
    • 8473
    • 9473
    • Network Printers
    • as-netprt
    • 8474
    • 9474
    • Remote Command
    • as-rmtcmd
    • 8475
    • 9475
    • Signon Verification
    • as-signon
    • 8476
    • 9476
    • Telnet (5250 Emulation)
    • telnet
    • 23
    • 992
    Navigator for i (web) as-nav 2004 2005
    • HTTP Administration
    • as-admin
    • 2001
    • 2010
    • POP3 (MAPI)
    • pop3
    • 5010
    • ---
    • Management Central
    • as-mgtc >
    • 5555 and 5544
    • 5566 and 5577
    • Ultimedia Services
    • as-usf
    • 8480
    • 9480
    • DDM/DRDA
    • DDM/DRDA
    • 446
    • 448
    • NetServer
    • netbios >
    • 137
    • ---
    • NetServer
    • CIFS
    • 445
    • ---
    • NetServer
    • netbios >
    • 139
    • ---
    • Service Tools Server
    • as-sts
    • 3000
    • ---
    DHCP Monitor --- --- 942
    • RUNRMTCMD
    • REXEC
    • 512
    • ---


    Note:
    The following ports are common to most IBM i Access Client products such as ODBC, Telnet and other specific functions:
    Port 449 is used to look up service by name and return the port number.
    Ports 8470 and 9470(TLS/SSL) are used for host code page translation tables and licensing functions.
    Ports 8475 and 9475(TLS/SSL) are used to check for application administration restrictions.
    Ports 8476 and 9476(TLS/SSL) are used for checking signon verification to authenticate.
    depending on your needs you may only need the above ports and the port(s) for your function/application.

    For the ports used by the Console, see document N1015344, IBM iSeries Port Assignments with Operations Console.
    All my answers were extracted from the "Big Dummy's Guide to the As400"
    and I take no responsibility for any of them.

    www.code400.com

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