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Citrix client & server end list ports configured

Hi  All,

  can someone please explain what are all the ports required at the Citrix end.

I meant according to the archtecture of the citrix we have
1)citrix client
2)Xen app server
3)license server
4)data store
5)Domain Controller
6)data collector
7)XMl Broker
8)Web interface server
9)Citrix net sclaer access gateway

in all the above ,can you please list out what are the port and services required.

For Ex: citrix client end -->RDP ,session reliablity,80 & ica like wise can you list out.(if i missed or added in the client end ,please help me out)
Kamalasekar Parthasarathy
Kamalasekar Parthasarathy
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Tony JLead Technical ArchitectCommented:
Here you go: http://support.citrix.com/servlet/KbServlet/download/2389-102-654859/CitrixPorts_by_Port_1103.pdf

That is a pretty comprehensive list of all ports and I believe it will cover all you have asked for
tcp/1494 - ICA Protocol
tcp/2598 - ICA Session Reliability/ XTE
tcp/2512 - IMA Communication
tcp/2513 - XenApp Advanced Console
tcp/27000- License port
tcp/8082 - License Management Console port
tcp/1433 – Port used for comm. Bw XenApp and Data store
tcp/80 - XML Service Port (shared with IIS)
udp/1604 - TCP Browsing
tcp/443 - SSL Communications
tcp/7279- Citrix vendor daemon (Responsible for the core operations of the license server which includes license allocation)

Refer attached image for more details.
Sekar ChinnakannuStaff EngineerCommented:
here you go for all the ports used by citrix
Tony JLead Technical ArchitectCommented:
@AkshayNaik: You missed some such as LDAP. It should also be pointed out that some, such as licensing and XML can be changed.

@Sekarc4u: That's the exact same PDF I originally linked to on the Citrix support site.
Kamalasekar ParthasarathyMessaging SupportAuthor Commented:
Thanks all..
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