SAP Ports and Descriptions

The tables below list the most important ports used by the AS ABAP and AS JAVA

NetWeaver Application Server ABAP
Service Port Number Default Range
Dispatcher 32NN 3200 3200 – 3299
Gateway 33NN 3300 3300 – 3399
ICM HTTP 80NN 8000 Free
ICM HTTPS 443NN Not Active Free
ICM SMTP 25 Not Active 25
Message Server 36NN 3600 Free
Message Server HTTP 81NN 8100 Free
Message Server HTTPS 444NN Not Active Free

Dispatcher 
SAP Dispatcher, used by SAP GUI for Windows and Java.

Gateway 
SAP gateway, used for CPIC and RFC communication.

ICM HTTP 
You can configure the system to use port number 80 after installation.

ICM HTTPS
The port is not configured during installation. If you want to use HTTPS, you must configure it manually.

ICM SMTP 
The port is not configured during installation. If you want to use SMTP, you must configure it manually.

Message Server 
Only CI (central instance) Service names can be reassigned in /etc/services to an arbitrary value after installation.
Relevant only for releases prior to SAP NetWeaver 7.0.

Message Server HTTP 
Only CI (central instance) Can be used to retrieve system information via HTTP.
Relevant only for releases prior to SAP NetWeaver 7.0.

Message Server HTTPS 
Only CI (central instance) The port is not configured during installation.
Relevant only for releases prior to SAP NetWeaver 7.0.

 

SAP NetWeaver Application Server Java
Service Port Number Default Range
HTTP 5NN00 50000 50000-59900
HTTP over SSL 5NN01 50001 50001-59901
IIOP initial context 5NN02 50002 50002-59902
IIOP over SSL 5NN03 50003 50003-59903
P4 5NN04 50004 50004-59904
P4 over HTTP tunneling 5NN05 50005 50005-59905
P4 over SSL 5NN06 50006 50006-59906
IIOP 5NN07 50007 50007-59907
Telnet 5NN08 50008 50008-59908
JMS 5NN10 50010 50010-59910

NN Means “Instance Number”

For an instance ;

If our Instance Number is “00″ then ;

HTTP Port –> 5NN00 –> 50000

HTTPS port –> 5NN01 –> 50001

PS : HTTPS = HTTP Port + 1

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