BlackBerry MVS port numbers

The diagram shows the ports and default port numbers that the BlackBerry Mobile Voice System requires.

Verify that the ports are open and available through the firewall of the local server and the firewall of the network infrastructure before you install BlackBerry MVS. Specifically:
  • All BlackBerry MVS Server instances must be able to communicate with port 1433 (default number) of the BlackBerry Configuration Database.
  • All BlackBerry MVS Server instances must be able to communicate with port 3200 (default number) of the BlackBerry Dispatcher of all BlackBerry Enterprise Server instances.
  • All BlackBerry MVS Server instances must be able to communicate with the TCP ports of all other BlackBerry MVS Server instances.
  • All SIP endpoints of all MVS FMC Phone instances must be able to communicate with all SIP endpoints of all PBX instances and Voice Mail Server instances.

Details on each port are provided below.

If the BlackBerry MVS software is installed on the computer that hosts the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, consider configuring your organization's firewall to block outside access to any port that does not require outside access.

Component

Port number

Description

BlackBerry Configuration Database

1433

The BlackBerry MVS uses this TCP port to access the BlackBerry Configuration Database.

You can specify a different port number when you install the BlackBerry MVS software, or post-installation configuration tool of the BlackBerry MVS.

The port number is configured when the BlackBerry Enterprise Server is installed.

BlackBerry Enterprise Server

3200

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server uses this TCP port to communicate with the MVS BlackBerry Enterprise Server Connector.

The port number is configured when the BlackBerry Enterprise Server is installed.

 

3101

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server uses this TCP port to connect with BlackBerry devices.

The port number is configured when the BlackBerry Enterprise Server is installed.

4101

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server uses this TCP port to connect with Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry devices.

The port number is configured when the BlackBerry Enterprise Server is installed.

MVS Console

8445

The MVS Console uses this TCP port to serve its web interface.

The port number cannot be changed.

MVS Session Manager

17601

The MVS Session Manager uses this TCP port for communications within the MVS Session Manager itself.

You can configure a different port number when you install the BlackBerry MVS software, or post-installation using the configuration tool of the BlackBerry MVS.

17602

The MVS Session Manager uses this TCP port for communications within the MVS Session Manager itself.

You can configure a different port number when you install the BlackBerry MVS software, or post-installation using the configuration tool of the BlackBerry MVS.

MVS FMC Phone

5060

This is the default UDP port that MVS FMC Phone uses for SIP communications that are made on behalf of a specific telephone extension within your organization.

You specify this port number in the Session Manager > FMC Phone > Line Port field on the Add or Edit MVS Server pages of the MVS Console.

6060

This is the default UDP port that MVS FMC Phone uses for general SIP communications.

You specify this port number in the Session Manager > FMC Phone > Trunk Port field on the Add or Edit MVS Server pages of the MVS Console.

55000 to 65000

These UDP ports are used for SIP communication between the PBX and MVS FMC Phone. The MVS FMC Phone uses these ports to provide a unique IP address and port number combination for each SIP registration request it makes on behalf of a BlackBerry device running the BlackBerry MVS Client. This functionality resolves the situation where a PBX requires a unique IP address and port number combination for SIP registration.

MVS Event Manager

17635

The is the default TCP port that the MVS Event Manager listens on for events from other BlackBerry MVS components.

You specify this port number in the Session Manager > Event Manager > Listen Port field on the Add or Edit MVS Server pages of the MVS Console.

MVS BlackBerry Enterprise Server Connector

17633

This is the default TCP port that the MVS BlackBerry Enterprise Server Connector listens on for connections from BlackBerry MVS users.

You specify this port number in the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Connector > Listen Port field on the Add or Edit MVS Server pages of the MVS Console.

MVS Data Manager

17631

This is the default TCP port that the MVS Data Manager listens on for connections from other BlackBerry MVS components.

You specify this port number in the Data Manager > Listen Port field on the Add or Edit MVS Server pages of the MVS Console.

MVS Witness Server

17634

This is the default TCP port that the MVS Witness Server listens on for health reports from MVS Session Manager and MVS BlackBerry Enterprise Server Connector instances.

You specify this port number in the Witness Server > Listen Port field on the Add or Edit MVS Server pages of the MVS Console.

PBX

5060

This is the default UDP port that a PBX uses for SIP communications that are made on behalf of a specific telephone extension within your organization.

You specify this port number in the Line Port field on the Add or Edit Telephony Connector pages of the MVS Console.

6060

This is the default UDP port that a PBX uses for general SIP communications.

The port number is specified in the Trunk Port field on the Add or Edit Telephony Connector pages of the MVS Console.

Voice mail connector

5060

This is the default UDP port that a voice mail connector uses for SIP communications.

You specify this port number in the Port field on the Add or Edit Voice Mail Connector pages of the MVS Console.

Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry device with the BlackBerry MVS Client

51100

This is the default UDP port that defines the start of a range of 42 ports (for example, 51100 to 51141) that a BlackBerry device running the BlackBerry MVS Client can use for RTP/RTCP during Voice over Wi-Fi calls.

The port number must be an even number in the range 1024 to 65494 inclusive. The BlackBerry MVS Client uses the even numbered port for RTP and the next odd numbered port for RTCP. You specify the start port in the Device Settings > RTP Start Port field on the Class of Service page of the MVS Console.


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