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A port is the end point of a logical connection. Services and server programs can be assigned port numbers. SAP MaxDB uses port numbers, for example, for the SAP MaxDB X Server.

Scope

Default Port

Function of the X Server

Protocol

Protocol Identifier

All installations on the database computer

7210

Global listener

TCP/IP

remote://

7269

Global listener with SAP networtk protocol NI (for connections via SAPRouter, only available in SAP systems)

NI

(based on TCP/IP)

sapni://

7270

Global listener with SAP networtk protocol NI and SAP encryption library (for connections via SAPRouter, only available in SAP systems)

NISSL (based on SSL/TLS)

remotes://

sapnis://

First installation <installation_1> on the database computer

7200

X server for <installation_1>

TCP/IP

remote://

Second installation <installation_2> on the database computer

7203

X server for <installation_2>

TCP/IP

remote://

Separate Database Studio installation

7299

X server for the separate Database Studio installation, only used by the system to access the local user management database .UMDB

TCP/IP

remote://

The ports are stored in the services file, which you can find at the following locations:

  • Microsoft Windows: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\services

  • Unix and Linux: /etc/services