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Port no. of communication between director and frontend role lync
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5060  TCP  Optionally used for static routes to trusted services, such as remote call control servers.
5061  TCP  Used for internal communications between servers and for client connections.
80  TCP  Used for initial communication from Directors to the web farm FQDNs (the URLs used by IIS web components). In normal operation, will switch to HTTPS traffic, using port 443 and protocol type TCP.
443  HTTPS  Used for communication from Directors to the web farm FQDNs (the URLs used by IIS web components).
444    HTTPS/TCP  Inter-server communication between Front End and Director. Additionally, client certificate publish (to Front End Servers) or validate if the client certificate has already been published.
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