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Friday, 19 September 2014

How to check Port in SAP



How to check Port in SAP

Goto SMICM transaction -> services
 
HTTP port is 50100 (It means 5<instance_ num>00)
HTTPS port is 50101  (It means 5<instance_num>01 )
Always HTTPS port ends with 1. It is nothing but HTTP port + 1
P4 port is 50104  ( It means 5<instance_num>04)
As the name indicates, P4 port always ends with 4
Telnet Port is 50108 ( It means 5<instance_num>08)
Most of the cases, telnet port ends with 8.
Table of Communications Connections
R/3 Service
Default TCP service name
Default TCP port number
Possible range for TCP service name
Possible range for TCP port number
Dispatcher
sapdp00
3200
sapdp00 –
sapdp99
3200 –
3299
Message server
sapms<SID>
3600
sapms<SID>
Free choice
SAP Gateway
sapgw00
3300
sapgw00 –
sapgw99
3300 –
3399
SAPlpd
-
515
-
Free choice
SAProuter
-
3299
Free choice
Free choice
Test program
niping
-
3298
Free choice
Free choice
Oracle database
tlisrv
1527


Informix database
sapinf<SID>
3800


MS SQL Server database
ms-sql-s
1433


DB2 UDB for
AIX and NT database
sapdb2<SID>
sapdb2i<SID>


Free choice
ADABAS database
sql30
sql6
7200
7210