What port does Backup Exec agent use?
Ports that need to be opened on the FIREWALL:
|Backup Exec Agent Browser||benetns.exe||TCP|
|Device and Media Service||pvlsvr.exe||None|
|Backup Exec Server||beserver.exe||TCP|
|Backup Exec Job Engine||bengine.exe||TCP|
How do I change the Backup Exec port?
Click the Backup Exec Button. Click Configuration and Settings | Backup Exec Settings. Click Network and Security. Select the Enable remote agent TCP dynamic port range (49152 – 65535) check box and specify a range of 25 or more ports.
What ports do Backup Exec and its agents use?
The following table provides more information about which ports Backup Exec and its agents and options use: Backup Exec Agent Browser (process=benetns.exe) Backup Exec Agent for Windows (process=beremote.exe) Backup Exec server (process=beserver.exe) MSSQL$BKUPEXEC (process=sqlservr.exe) A port number between 49152 and 65535 (Windows 2008).
How do I configure Backup Exec to work with firewalls?
In the “Define a selection” field, after the \\, type the name or IP Address of the remote system, click Add, then Close . Because Firewalls affect system communication between a media server and remote systems outside the firewall environment, special port requirements must be considered when configuring Backup Exec for use with firewalls.
What is the port number for SQL Server Backup Exec management service?
MSSQL$BKUPEXEC (process=sqlservr.exe) A port number between 49152 and 65535 (Windows 2008). See Microsoft’s documentation for more information on assigning the TCP/IP port numbers that are required to communicate with SQL through a firewall. Backup Exec Management Service (process= BackupExecManagementService.exe)
Why is Backup Exec so hard to backup servers?
Servers with data to backup are often located behind firewalls, requiring Backup Exec to cross that barrier. Windows XP’s internal firewall adds to the complexity, with settings of its own.