Port information - 7.0

Talend Real-Time Big Data Platform Installation Guide for Mac

EnrichVersion
7.0
EnrichProdName
Talend Real-Time Big Data Platform
task
Installation and Upgrade
EnrichPlatform
Talend Activity Monitoring Console
Talend Administration Center
Talend Artifact Repository
Talend CommandLine
Talend Data Preparation
Talend Data Stewardship
Talend DQ Portal
Talend ESB
Talend Identity and Access Management
Talend Installer
Talend JobServer
Talend Log Server
Talend Repository Manager
Talend Runtime
Talend SAP RFC Server
Talend Studio

The following tables list the most important TCP/IP ports the Talend products use.

You need to make sure that your firewall configuration is compatible with these ports or change the default ports where needed.

Add the following websites to the whitelist on every machine that runs a Talend module:
URL Port Usage
update.talend.com 443 For downloading additional packages such as Bonita BPM Integration, Talend Metadata Bridge and upgrades from Talend Studio tools
talend-update.talend.com 443 For downloading libraries in Talend Studio (mainly for components)
www.talend.com 443 For testing and sending usage statistics from Talend Studio
talendforge.org 443 For using Talend Exchange in Talend Studio and for users actions such as clicking on forum links
community.talend.com 443 For user actions, such as clicking on Community links, etc.
help.talend.com 443 For user actions, such as clicking on help links, etc.
URL Port Usage
http://repo1.maven.org 8082 For the ESB Runtime Features Installer - Talend Artifact Repository access
Note: If your deployment depends on other third-party software, you may need to add other URLs to your whitelist. Talend recommends that you whitelist all hostnames that have dynamic IP addresses.

In this table:

  • Port: a TCP/IP port or a range of ports.

  • Active: Active for a standard installation of the product (Standard Installation is defined here as Server or Client installation using Talend Installer with the default values provided in the Installer User Interface).

  • Direction: In (Inbound) and Out (Outbound) refer to the direction of requests between a port and the service (or CFX route) communicating with it. For example, if a service is listening for HTTP requests on port 9080, then it is an inbound port because other services are performing requests on it. However, if the service calls another service on a given port, then it is an outbound port.

  • Usage: which part of the Product component uses this port (for example 1099 is used by the JMX Monitoring component of Talend Runtime).

  • Configuration file: the file or location where the value can be changed.

Talend Studio ports

Port Direction Usage Configuration file

8090

Active: N

IN

tESBProviderRequest (SOAP Data Server) and tRESTRequest (REST Data Service default port)

REST: Preferences / Talend / ESB SOAP: tESBProviderRequest component details

Talend CommandLine Ports