Table of network flows

Tables of network flows to integrate monitoring platform to IT

From To Protocol Port Application
Central server NTP server NTP UDP 123 Synchronization of the system clock
Central server DNS server DNS UDP 53 Domain name resolution
Central server SMTP server SMTP TCP 25 Notification via email
Central server LDAP(s) server LDAP(s) TCP 389 (636) Authentication to access the Centreon web interface
Central server DBMS server MySQL TCP 3306 Access to Centreon databases
Central server HTTP Proxy HTTP(s) TCP 80, 8080 (443) If your platform needs to connect to a web proxy to access the Centreon IMP solution
Central server Repository HTTP (FTP) TCP 80 (FTP 20) Repository for system and application packages
From To Protocol Port Application
Poller NTP server NTP UDP 123 Synchronization of the system clock
Poller DNS server DNS UDP 53 Domain name resolution
Poller SMTP server SMTP TCP 25 Notification via email
Poller Repository HTTP (FTP) TCP 80 (FTP 20) Repository for system and application packages

Note

Other flows can be necessary for Centreon web authentication (RADIUS, etc.) or notification system defined.

Tables of monitoring flows

From To Protocol Port Application
Central server Poller SSH TCP 22 Export of Centreon configuration
Poller Central server BBDO TCP 5669 Transfer of collected data
Poller Network equipment, servers, etc. SNMP UDP 161 Monitoring
Network equipment Poller Trap SNMP UDP 162 Monitoring
Poller Servers NRPE TCP 5666 Monitoring
Poller Servers NSClient++ TCP 12489 Monitoring

Note

If the Centreon server is a poller too, do not forget to open monitoring flows.

Note

Other flows can be necessary to monitor databases, access to API, or applicative ports.