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Network and Port Requirements for Anypoint Runtime Fabric

This topic describes the network settings and port settings required to install and run Anypoint Runtime Fabric.

Required Port Settings

The following table lists the ports that must be accessible when running Anypoint Runtime Fabric.

Port Protocol Direction Description

5672

TCP (AMQP)

Outbound to Internet

Anypoint Management Center

443

TCP (HTTPS)

Outbound to Internet

Management services, API Manager policy updates, API Analytics Ingestion, and Resource retrieval (application files, container images).

443

TCP (HTTPS)

Ingress

Inbound traffic to Mules

32009

TCP (HTTPS)

Ingress

Runtime Fabric Ops Center

2379, 2380, 4001, 7001

TCP

Internal

Etcd distributed database

6060

TCP

Internal

Health check

6443, 8080

TCP

Internal

Kubernetes API server

30000-32767

TCP

Internal

Internal services port range

53

TCP / UDP

Internal

Internal DNS

7496

TCP

Internal

Peer-to-peer connectivity

5000

TCP

Internal

Docker registry

8472

UDP

Internal

Overlay networking

3022 - 3025

TCP

Internal

Remote debugging services

3080

TCP

Internal

Runtime Fabric internal Ops Center

3008 - 3012

TCP

Internal

Runtime Fabric internal services

7575, 7373

TCP

Internal

Runtime Fabric internal services

Additional Ports Used During Installation

The following table lists the ports that must be accessible when installing Anypoint Runtime Fabric. After completing the installation, you can safely disable these ports.

Port Protocol Direction Description

61008-61010

TCP (HTTPS)

Internal

Used during installation

61022-61024

TCP (HTTPS)

Internal

Installer agent ports

4242

TCP

Internal

Bandwidth checker

Required Network Settings

The following are the network settings required for Anypoint Runtime Fabric:

  • Outbound access to download the runtime images from one of the following endpoints:

    • US control plane: ecr.us-east-1.amazonaws.com on port 443.

    • EU control plane: ecr.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com on port 443.

  • A subnet with at least 300 IP addresses allottable, or more depending on the number of applications and API gateways running.

    • For example, the subnet 172.16.0.0/23 provides 512 usable IP addresses.

  • Shell/SSH access to each VM used to install Runtime Fabric.

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