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    Hola a tod@s,
    tengo un servidor con Exchange 2003 en la lan, y entre este Exchange y algunas maquinas hay un firewall. Pues bién, el problema es a la hora de configurar outlook por primera vez en esas maquinas, como hay un firewall de por medio outlook a la hora de ir a validarse contra el servidor Exchange por primera vez da muchiisimos errores ya que intenta acceder a numerosos puertos (ej. 1047, 1152, 1090, 1149, 1127, 1110..) Necesito saber todos los puertos que se necesitan abrir la primera vez que el cliente Outlook 2003 realiza la conexión con el servidor Exchange.
    Muchas Gracias
    Saludos
    martes, 8 de enero de 2008 11:44

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  • Hola

     

    como guia..

     

    aqui tengo eso...es en frances, pero no tengo tiempo ahorita para traducirlo..no creo que haga falta.

    es el listado de puertos usados por exchange:

    Ports utilisés par Exchange

    Protocol Port Description

    SMTP

    TCP: 25

    Les services SMTP utilisent en standard le port 25 du protocole TCP.

    DNS

    TCP/UDP: 53

    Les DNS écoutent sur le port 53. les controlleurs de domaine AD utilisent ce port.

    LSA

    TCP: 691

    Le service Microsoft Exchange Routing Engine (RESvc) utilisent ce port pour échanger les états des liens de routage.

    LDAP

    TCP/UPD: 389

    Le protocole LDAP (Lightweight directory access protocol) est utilisé par leservice d'annuaire  Microsoft Active Directory, par Active Directory Connector, et par Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5.

    LDAP/SSL

    TCP/UDP: 636

    LDAP over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) utilise ce port

    LDAP

    TCP/UDP: 379

    Ce port est utilis& par le service SRS (Site Replication Service).

    LDAP

    TCP/UDP: 390

    Ce port est l'alternative préconisée pour configurer le service  LDAP d'un serveur Exchange 5.5 lorsque ce serveur Exchnage 5.5 fonctionne sur un controlleur de damaine Active Directory.

    LDAP

    TCP: 3268

    Port utilisé par les serveurs Active Directory ayant le rôle de GC (Global Catalog) sous Windows Server 2000 et  Windows Server 2003. Les serveurs GC écoutent sur le port TCP 3268.

    LDAP/SSLPort

    TCP: 3269

    Global catalog over SSL. Les applications qui utilisent le port TCP 3269 pour se connecter à un serveur Global Catalog peuvent communquer de manière sécurisée (SSL) avec le global Catalog.

    IMAP4

    TCP: 143

    Protocole utilisé pour les communications IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol).

    IMAP4/SSL

    TCP: 993

    Port utilisé pour IMAP4 over SSL.

    POP3

    TCP: 110

    Port utilisé pour pour POP3 (Post Office Protocol version 3).

    POP3/SSL

    TCP: 995

    Port utilisé pour  POP3 over SSL.

    NNTP

    TCP: 119

    Port utilisé pour NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol).

    NNTP/SSL

    TCP: 563

    Port utilisé pour NNTP over SSL.

    HTTP

    TCP: 80

    Port utilisé pour HTTP.

    HTTP/SSL

    TCP: 443

    Port utilisé pour HTTP over SSL.

     

     

    no dudes en preguntar mas cosas si necesitas.

     

    Cordialmente,

     

    Pierre.

     

    martes, 8 de enero de 2008 12:38
  • re,

     

    y aqui tienes lo mismo en ingles (quizas mas claro) y sobre todo ordenado por protocolos:

     

    Protocol: LDAP

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 389 (TCP)

    • Description: Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), used by Active Directory, Active Directory Connector, and the Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 directory.

    Protocol: LDAP/SSL

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 636 (TCP)

    • Description: LDAP over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). When SSL is enabled, LDAP data that is transmitted and received is encrypted.

    • To enable SSL, you must install a Computer certificate on the domain controller or Exchange Server 5.5 computer.

    Protocol: LDAP

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 379 (TCP)

    • Description: The Site Replication Service (SRS) uses TCP port 379.

    Protocol: LDAP

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 390 (TCP)

    • Description: While not a standard LDAP port, TCP port 390 is the recommended alternate port to configure the Exchange Server 5.5 LDAP protocol when Exchange Server 5.5 is running on a Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory domain controller.

    Protocol: LDAP

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 3268 (TCP)

    • Description: Global catalog. The Windows 2000 Active Directory global catalog (which is really a domain controller "role") listens on TCP port 3268. When you are troubleshooting issues that may be related to a global catalog, connect to port 3268 in LDP.

    Protocol: LDAP/SSL

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 3269 (TCP)

    • Description: Global catalog over SSL. Applications that connect to TCP port 3269 of a global catalog server can transmit and receive SSL encrypted data. To configure a global catalog to support SSL, you must install a Computer certificate on the global catalog.

    Protocol: IMAP4

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 143 (TCP)

    • Description: Internet Message Access Protocol version 4, may be used by "standards-based" clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express or Netscape Communicator to access the e-mail server. IMAP4 runs on top of the Microsoft Internet Information Service (IIS) Admin Service (Inetinfo.exe), and enables client access to the Exchange 2000 information store.

    Protocol: IMAP4/SSL

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 993 (TCP)

    • Description: IMAP4 over SSL uses TCP port 993. Before an Exchange 2000 server supports IMAP4 (or any other protocol) over SSL, you must install a Computer certificate on the Exchange 2000 server.

    Protocol: POP3

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 110 (TCP)

    • Description: Post Office Protocol version 3, enables "standards-based" clients such as Outlook Express or Netscape Communicator to access the e-mail server. As with IMAP4, POP3 runs on top of the IIS Admin Service, and enables client access to the Exchange 2000 information store.

    Protocol: POP3/SSL

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 995 (TCP)

    • Description: POP3 over SSL. To enable POP3 over SSL, you must install a Computer certificate on the Exchange 2000 server.

    Protocol: NNTP

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 119 (TCP)

    • Description: Network News Transport Protocol, sometimes called Usenet protocol, enables "standards-based" client access to public folders in the information store. As with IMAP4 and POP3, NNTP is dependent on the IIS Admin Service.

    Protocol: NNTP/SSL

    Port (TCP/UDP): 563 (TCP)

    Description: NNTP over SSL. To enable NNTP over SSL, you must install a Computer certificate on the Exchange 2000 Server.

    Protocol: HTTP

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 80 (TCP)

    • Description: Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol is the protocol used primarily by Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA), but also enables some administrative actions in Exchange System Manager. HTTP is implemented through the World Wide Web Publishing Service (W3Svc), and runs on top of the IIS Admin Service.

    Protocol: HTTP/SSL

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 443 (TCP)

    • Description: HTTP over SSL. To enable HTTP over SSL, you must install a Computer certificate on the Exchange 2000 server.

    Protocol: SMTP

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 25 (TCP)

    • Description: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, is the foundation for all e-mail transport in Exchange 2000. The SMTP Service (SMTPSvc) runs on top of the IIS Admin Service. Unlike IMAP4, POP3, NNTP, and HTTP, SMTP in Exchange 2000 does not use a separate port for secure communication (SSL), but rather, employs an "in-band security sub-system" called Transport Layer Security (TLS).

    Protocol: SMTP/SSL

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 465 (TCP)

    • Description: SMTP over SSL. TCP port 465 is reserved by common industry practice for secure SMTP communication using the SSL protocol. However, unlike IMAP4, POP3, NNTP, and HTTP, SMTP in Exchange 2000 does not use a separate port for secure communication (SSL), but rather, employs an "in-band security sub-system" called Transport Layer Security (TLS). To enable TLS to work on Exchange 2000, you must install a Computer certificate on the Exchange 2000 server.

    Protocol: SMTP/LSA

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 691 (TCP)

    • Description: The Microsoft Exchange Routing Engine (also known as RESvc) listens for routing link state information on TCP port 691. Exchange 2000 uses routing link state information to route messages and the routing table is constantly updated. The Link State Algorithm (LSA) propagates outing status information between Exchange 2000 servers. This algorithm is based on the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol from networking technology, and transfers link state information between routing groups by using the X-LSA-2 command verb over SMTP and by using a Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connection to port 691 in a routing group.

    Protocol: RVP

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 80 (TCP)

    • Description: RVP is the foundation for Instant Messaging in Exchange 2000. While RVP communication begins with TCP port 80, the server quickly sets up a new connection to the client on an ephemeral TCP port above 1024. Because this port is not known in advance, issues exist when you enable Instant Messaging through a firewall.

    Protocol: IRC/IRCX

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 6667 (TCP)

    • Description: Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is the chat protocol. IRCX is the extended version offered by Microsoft. While TCP port 6667 is the most common port for IRC, TCP port 7000 is also very frequently used.

    Protocol: IRC/SSL

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 994 (TCP)

    • Description: IRC (or Chat) over SSL. IRC or IRCX over SSL is not supported in Exchange 2000.

    Protocol: X.400

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 102 (TCP)

    • Description: ITU-T Recommendation X.400 is really a series of recommendations for what an electronic message handling system (MHS) should look like. TCP port 102 is defined in IETF RFC-1006, which describes OSI communications over a TCP/IP network. In brief, TCP port 102 is the port that the Exchange message transfer agent (MTA) uses to communicate with other X.400-capable MTAs.

    Protocol: MS-RPC

    • Port (TCP/UDP): 135 (TCP)

    • Description: Microsoft Remote Procedure Call is a Microsoft implementation of remote procedure calls (RPCs). TCP port 135 is actually only the RPC Locator Service, which is like the registrar for all RPC-enabled services that run on a particular server. In Exchange 2000, the Routing Group Connector uses RPC instead of SMTP when the target bridgehead server is running Exchange 5.5. Also, some administrative operations require RPC. To configure a firewall to enable RPC traffic, many more ports than just 135 must be enabled.

     

     

    cordiales saludos,

     

    Pierre.

     

    martes, 8 de enero de 2008 12:42
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    Muchas Gracias por tu rapida respuesta Pierre,

    pero muchos de los puertos que me hace abrir para configurar el cliente de outlook contra el servidor Exchange en el firewall no aparecen en esa lista,

    por ejemplo: 1047, 1152, 1090, 1149, 1127,  1110...)

    Espero haberme explicado bien, lo que necesito saber es que servicios o puertos necesito abrir para que no me de errores el cliente de outlook al configurar por primera vez una cuenta de exchange en una maquina..

    Saludos

    martes, 8 de enero de 2008 16:05