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Talend Open Studio for ESB Installation and Upgrade Guide for Windows

EnrichVersion
6.5
EnrichProdName
Talend Open Studio for ESB
task
Installation and Upgrade
EnrichPlatform
Talend Runtime
Talend Studio
Talend ESB

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.

Additionally, add the following websites to the whitelist:

URL Port Usage
update.talend.com 443 Downloading additional packages such as Bonita BPM Integration, Talend Metadata Bridge and upgrades from Talend Studio tools
talend-update.talend.com 443 Downloading libraries in Talend Studio (mainly for components)
www.talend.com 443 Testing and sending usage statistics from Talend Studio
talendforge.org 443 Using Talend Exchange in Talend Studio and for users actions such as clicking on forum links
community.talend.com 443 For user actions: click on Community links, etc.
help.talend.com 443 For user actions: click on help links, etc.

In this table:

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

  • Direction: In (Inbound); Out (Outbound) - related to the communication direction (for example a HTTP Port for a CXF Route or Service we listen on request) will be an 'Inbound' port. For example, a browser which sends a request to port 7080 will have this port as 'Outbound' port in this list.

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

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

  • Remark: anything which is important to mention additionally.

Talend Studio ports

Port

Direction

Usage

Config

8090

IN

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

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

Talend ESB Ports

Port

Direction

Usage

Config (./etc)

Remark

8040

IN

Standard HTTP port

org.ops4j.pax.web.cfg

See the Talend ESB Container Administration Guide for config scripts and also the admin: command which allows you to set ports to different values.

9001

IN

Standard HTTPS port

org.ops4j.pax.web.cfg

1099

IN

JMX - RMI Registry Port

org.apache.karaf.management.cfg

44444

IN

JMX - RMI Registry Port

org.apache.karaf.management.cfg

8101

IN

Apache Karaf - SSH Port

org.apache.karaf.shell.cfg

61616

IN

Messaging - ActiveMQ Broker Port

system.properties

2181

IN OUT

ESB Locator - Apache Zookeeper Port

Server: org.talend.esb.locator.server.cfg

Client: org.talend.esb.locator.cfg

1527

IN

ESB SAM Database - Apache Derby Port

The port value of the embedded Derby database depends on the Talend Runtime Container configuration, as the database is shipped with the container.

The embedded Apache Derby DB is only supported for Development and Testing purpose in production system environments. The Container, which hosts the SAM Server, needs access to the related Database port. The port depends on the Database and Database configuration.

8082

OUT

ESB Runtime Features Installer - Talend Artifact Repository access

org.ops4j.pax.url.mvn.cfg

(*)

IN OUT

Customer Services, Routes etc.

Any of the Data Services, Routes and other components additionally deployed to the container might require additional port to be accessible.