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Due to a conversation in Twitter with @binduwavell I haven’t found a single place where to find how to change any port related to all services that Alfresco runs. So, I have decided to write a blog post about it with some notes from Rich McKnight.

Here you go a comprehensive list of all ports and where to change them:

Tomcat:

  • HTTP 8080: tomcat/conf/server.xml
  • HTTPS 8443: tomcat/conf/server.xml
  • Shutdown Port 8005:  tomcat/conf/server.xml
  • AJP 8009:  tomcat/conf/server.xml
  • JPDA 8000: catalina.sh

Alfresco:

Alfresco context inside Alfresco configuration: alfresco-global.properties

  • alfresco.port=8080

Share:
Share context inside Alfresco configuration: alfresco-global.properties

  • share.port=8080

If repository ports are changed you change Alfresco Share connection ports in web-extenxion/share-config-custom.xml

Alfresco SharePoint Protocol: alfresco-global.properties

  • vti.server.port=7070
  • vti.server.external.port=7070

OpenOffice – LibreOffice: alfresco-global.properties

  • ooo.port=8100

JodConverter: alfresco-global.properties

  • jodconverter.portNumbers=8100

FTP: alfresco-global.properties
Can be mapped to non-privileged ports, then use firewall rules to forward requests from the standard ports

  • ftp.port=21

CIFS – SMB shared drive: alfresco-global.properties
Can be mapped to non-privileged ports, then use firewall rules to forward requests from the standard ports

  • cifs.tcpipSMB.port=445
  • cifs.netBIOSSMB.sessionPort=139
  • cifs.netBIOSSMB.namePort=137
  • cifs.netBIOSSMB.datagramPort=138

IMAP: alfresco-global.properties
Can be mapped to non-privileged ports, then use firewall rules to forward requests from the standard ports

  • imap.server.port=143

Inbound Email (SMTP): alfresco-global.properties
Can be mapped to non-privileged ports, then use firewall rules to forward requests from the standard ports

  • email.server.port=25

NFS server: alfresco-global.properties
Mount/NFS server ports, 0 will allocate next available port

  • nfs.mountServerPort=0
  • nfs.nfsServerPort=2049

RPC registration port, 0 will allocate next available port
Some portmapper/rpcbind services require a privileged port to be used

  • nfs.rpcRegisterPort=0

To disable NFS and mount server registering with a portmapper set

  • nfs.portMapperPort to -1
  • nfs.portMapperPort=111

Cluster in 4.2 with Hazelcast: alfresco-global.properties

  • alfresco.hazelcast.port=5701

Cluster in 4.1 with JGroups: alfresco-global.properties

  • alfresco.tcp.start_port=7800

Solr:
From Solr to Alfresco workspace queries:  ./alf_data/solr/workspace-SpacesStore/conf/solrcore.properties

  • alfresco.port=8080
  • alfresco.port.ssl=8443

From Solr to Alfresco archive queries:  ./alf_data/solr/archive-SpacesStore/conf/solrcore.properties

  • alfresco.port=8080
  • alfresco.port.ssl=8443

From Alfresco to Solr queries:  alfresco-global.properties

  • solr.port=8080
  • solr.port.ssl=8443

RMI service, JMX ports: alfresco-global.properties

  • alfresco.rmi.services.port=50500
  • avm.rmi.service.port=0
  • avmsync.rmi.service.port=0
  • attribute.rmi.service.port=0
  • authentication.rmi.service.port=0
  • repo.rmi.service.port=0
  • action.rmi.service.port=0
  • deployment.rmi.service.port=0

Monitoring RMI:

  • monitor.rmi.service.port=50508
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