Article ID: 114011, created on May 30, 2012, last review on Aug 12, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Business Automation

Configure firewall

To ensure proper security configure firewalls for incoming traffic on all PBA components.

PBA Application server

  • Allow connections from all servers by HTTPS (port 443).
  • Allow connections to port 5224 only for hosts that require access to PBA through XML RPC (typically, POA Management Node and PBA Online Store).
  • Allow connections by SSH (port 22) or RDP (port 3389) from required local hosts.
  • Refuse ICMP connections.
  • Drop other connections.

 

PBA Online Store server

  • Allow connections from all servers by HTTPS (port 443).
  • Allow connections by SSH (port 22) or RDP (port 3389) from required local hosts.
  • Refuse ICMP connections.
  • Drop other connections.

 

PBA Database server:

  • Allow connections by SSH (port 22) or RDP (port 3389) from required local hosts.
  • Allow incoming connections by port 5432 from PBA Application server only.
  • Refuse ICMP connections.
  • Drop other connections.

Note: configure access by SSH or RDP to all PBA servers from local hosts depending on used platform - Linux or Windows.

Additional information

See the global article #113946 Parallels Automation Maintenance Guide for checking other important settings.

198398b282069eaf2d94a6af87dcb3ff caea8340e2d186a540518d08602aa065 e12cea1d47a3125d335d68e6d4e15e07

Email subscription for changes to this article
Save as PDF