Ports used by Kaspersky Security Center

The tables below show the default ports that must be open on Administration Servers and on client devices. If you want, you can change default port numbers.

The table below shows the default ports that must be open on Administration Server. However, if you install the Administration Server and the database on different devices, you must make available the necessary ports on the device where the database is located (for example, port 3306 for MySQL Server and MariaDB Server, or port 1433 for Microsoft SQL Server). Please refer to the DBMS documentation for the relevant information.

Ports that must be open on Administration Server

Port number

Name of the process that opens the port

Protocol

Port purpose

Scope

8060

klcsweb

TCP

Transmitting published installation packages to client devices

Publishing installation packages.

You can change the default port number in the Web Server section of the Administration Server properties window in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

8061

klcsweb

TCP (TLS)

Transmitting published installation packages to client devices

Publishing installation packages.

You can change the default port number in the Web Server section of the Administration Server properties window in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

13000

klserver

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections from Network Agents and secondary Administration Servers; also used on secondary Administration Servers for receiving connections from the primary Administration Server (for example, if the secondary Administration Server is in DMZ)

Managing client devices and secondary Administration Servers.

You can change the number of the default port for receiving connections from Network Agents when configuring connection ports; you can change the number of default port for receiving connections from secondary Administration Servers when creating a hierarchy of Administration Servers in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

13000

klserver

UDP

Receiving information about devices that were turned off from Network Agents

Managing client devices.

You can change the default port number in the Network Agent policy settings in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

13291

klserver

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections from Administration Console to Administration Server

Managing Administration Server.

You can change the default port number in the Administration Server properties window in the Administration Console.

13299

klserver

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections from Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console to the Administration Server; receiving connections to the Administration Server over OpenAPI

Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console, OpenAPI.

You can change the default port number in the Administration Server properties window (in the Connection ports subsection of the General section) in the Administration Console, or when creating a hierarchy of Administration Servers in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

14000

klserver

TCP

Receiving connections from Network Agents

Managing client devices.

You can change the default port number when configuring connection ports during the installation of Kaspersky Security Center, or when manually connecting a client device to the Administration Server.

13111 (only if KSN Proxy service is run on the device)

ksnproxy

TCP

Receiving requests from managed devices to KSN proxy server

KSN proxy server.

You can change the default port number in the Administration Server properties window.

15111 (only if KSN Proxy service is run on the device)

ksnproxy

UDP

Receiving requests from managed devices to KSN proxy server

KSN proxy server.

You can change the default port number in the Administration Server properties window.

17000

klactprx

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections for application activation from managed devices (except for mobile devices)

Activation proxy server used by non-mobile devices to activate Kaspersky applications with activation codes.

You can change the default port number in the Administration Server properties window.

17100 (only if you manage mobile devices)

klactprx

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections for application activation from mobile devices

Activation proxy server for mobile devices.

You can change the default port number in the Administration Server properties window.

19170

klserver

HTTPS (TLS)

Tunneling connections to managed devices by using the klsctunnel utility

Remotely connecting to managed devices by using Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

You can change the default port number in the Administration Server properties window (in the Additional ports subsection of the General section) in the Administration Console only.

13292 (only if you manage mobile devices)

klserver

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections from mobile devices

Mobile Device Management.

You can change the default port number in the Administration Server properties window in the Administration console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

13294 (only if you manage mobile devices)

klserver

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections from UEFI protection devices

Managing UEFI protection client devices.

You can change the default port number when connecting mobile devices, or later in the Administration Server properties window (in the Additional ports subsection of the General section) in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

The table below shows the port that must be open on the iOS MDM Server (only if you manage mobile devices).

Port used by Kaspersky Security Center iOS MDM Server

Port number

Name of the process that opens the port

Protocol

Port purpose

Scope

443

kliosmdmservicesrv

 

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections from iOS mobile devices

Mobile Device Management.

You can change the default port number when installing iOS MDM Server.

The table below shows the port that must be open on Kaspersky Security Center Web Console Server. It can be the same device where Administration Server is installed or a different device.

Port used by Kaspersky Security Center Web Console Server

Port number

Name of the process that opens the port

Protocol

Port purpose

Scope

8080

 

Node.js: Server-side JavaScript

 

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections from browser to Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console

Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

You can change the default port number when installing Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console on a device running Windows or on a Linux platform. If you install Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console on the Linux ALT operating system, you must specify a port number other than 8080, because port 8080 is used by the operating system.

The table below shows the port that must be open on managed devices where Network Agent is installed.

Ports used by Network Agent

Port number

Name of the process that opens the port

Protocol

Port purpose

Scope

15000

klnagent

 

UDP

Management signals from Administration Server to Network Agents

Managing client devices.

You can change the default port number in the Network Agent policy settings in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

15000

klnagent

UDP broadcast

Getting data about other Network Agents within the same broadcasting domain (the data is then sent to the Administration Server)

Delivering updates and installation packages.

15001

klnagent

UDP

Receiving multicast requests from a distribution point (if in use)

Receiving updates and installation packages from a distribution point.

You can change the default port number in the distribution point properties window in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

The table below shows the ports that must be open on a managed device with Network Agent installed acting as a distribution point. The listed ports must be open on the distribution point devices in addition to the ports used by Network Agents (see table above).

Ports used by Network Agent functioning as distribution point

Port number

Name of the process that opens the port

Protocol

Port purpose

Scope

13000

klnagent

TCP (TLS)

Receiving connections from Network Agents

Managing client devices, delivering updates and installation packages.

You can change the default port number in the distribution point properties window in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

13111 (only if KSN Proxy service is run on the device)

 

 

ksnproxy

 

TCP

 

Receiving requests from managed devices to KSN proxy server

 

KSN proxy server.

You can change the default port number in the distribution point properties window in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

15111 (only if KSN Proxy service is run on the device)

 

ksnproxy

UDP

Receiving requests from managed devices to KSN proxy server

KSN proxy server.

You can change the default port number in the distribution point properties window in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

13295 (only if you use the distribution point as a push server)

klnagent

TCP (TLS)

Sending push notifications to managed devices

Push server.

You can change the default port number in the distribution point properties window in the Administration Console or in Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console.

See also:

Interaction of Kaspersky Security Center components and security applications: more information

Ports used by Kaspersky Security Center 13.2 Web Console

Main installation scenario

Scenario: Mobile Device Management deployment

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