Port Requirements

Baffle Manager enables encryption policies and configurations by communicating with the Baffle Shield and databases. Baffle Manager constructs a privacy schema that maps key IDs to data columns to enable encryption in a simplified manner.

The following table lists the ports that you need to open on respective systems to enable Baffle Manager communications during the deployment process.

Host

Port Required

Direction

Purpose

Baffle Manager

22

Inbound

Console access

Baffle Manager

80

Inbound

Binary downloads

Baffle Manager

443

Inbound

Web interface access

Baffle Manager

8443

Inbound

Baffle Shield client access

Baffle Manager

8553

Inbound

Baffle Shield client access

Baffle Manager

22

Outbound

Baffle Shield configuration

Baffle Manager

1433

Outbound

Database schema mapping

Baffle Manager

5696

Outbound

KeySecure access

Baffle Shield

22

Inbound

Console and Baffle Manager access

Baffle Shield

8444

Inbound

Application communication

Baffle Shield

80

Outbound

Binary file retrieval from Baffle Manager

Baffle Shield

14331

Outbound

Database access

Baffle Shield

5696

Outbound

KeySecure access

Baffle Shield

8443

Outbound

Baffle Manager communications

Baffle Shield

8553

Outbound

Baffle Manager communications

Database Server

14332

Inbound

Baffle Manager and Baffle Shield

KeySecure

5696

Inbound

Baffle Manager and Baffle Shield key config and retrieval

 

1 For SQL Server default port communications

2 For SQL Server default port communications

Figure 5‑1. Baffle Manager Communications

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