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Default OBIEE 11G Ports

Posted by sranka on December 28, 2011

Hi All

Recently came across a situation, in which someone  Due to some security issue someone wanted to bypass OBIEE’s default ports. After looking at multiple places, I could put all information together. I thought it would be a great share.

Even out of the box installation lets you change the configuration, during installation.

Once we selected one installation type from either Enterprise Install or Software only install and click next. Then in the next step it will ask for port configuration. Check Specify Ports using Configuration file and browse Just specify the newly assign port configuration file (staticports.ini , see the format below).

Default Port Numbers :

WEBLOGIC

  • Domain Port No = 7001
  • Oracle WLS BIEE Managed Server Port No = 9704
  • Oracle WLS BIEE Managed Server SSL Port No = 9804

OPMN

  • Oracle Process Manager Local Port No = 6100
  • Oracle Process Manager Remote Port No = 6200
  • Oracle Process Manager Request Port No = 6003

BIFOUNDATION

  • Oracle BI Server Port No = 9703
  • Oracle BI Server Monitor Port No = 9701
  • Oracle BI Presentation Services Port No = 9710
  • Oracle BI Scheduler Port No = 9705
  • Oracle BI Scheduler Monitor Port No = 9708
  • Oracle BI Scheduler Script RPC Port No = 9707
  • Oracle BI ClusterController Port No = 9706
  • Oracle BI ClusterController Monitor Port No = 9700
  • Oracle BI JavaHost Port No = 9810

Format of staticports.ini File


[WEBLOGIC]

#The Domain port no. This is the listen port of Weblogic Adminserver for the domain.
Domain Port No = 7001

#The "content" port for the BIEE apps. This is the Weblogic Managed Server port on which BIEE applications are deployed.
Oracle WLS BIEE Managed Server Port No = 9704

#The SSL port for the Weblogic Managed Server
Oracle WLS BIEE Managed Server SSL Port No = 9804

[OPMN]

#Process Manager Local port no
Oracle Process Manager Local Port No = 6700

#Process Manager Remote port no
Oracle Process Manager Remote Port No = 6701

#Process Manager Request port no
Oracle Process Manager Request Port No = 6702

[BIFOUNDATION]

#The listen port for OracleBIServer component
Oracle BI Server Port No = 9703

#The monitor port for OracleBIServer component
Oracle BI Server Monitor Port No = 9701

#The listen port for OracleBIPresentationServices component
Oracle BI Presentation Services Port No = 9710

#The listen port for OracleBIScheduler component
Oracle BI Scheduler Port No = 9705

#The monitor port for OracleBIScheduler component
Oracle BI Scheduler Monitor Port No = 9708

#The script RPC port for OracleBIScheduler component
Oracle BI Scheduler Script RPC Port No = 9707

#The listen port for OracleBIClusterController component
Oracle BI ClusterController Port No = 9706

#The monitor port for OracleBIClusterController component
Oracle BI ClusterController Monitor Port No = 9700

#The listen port for OracleBIJavaHost component
Oracle BI JavaHost Port No = 9810

Hope This helps.

Sunil S Ranka

“Superior BI is the antidote to Business Failure”

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2 Responses to “Default OBIEE 11G Ports”

  1. msxg said

    Thanks a lot!

  2. Suneeth said

    Hi Sunil,

    Is it possible to change the port# during installation? I am trying to install 11.1.1.5 on XP machine which already has Obiee 10g. Any feedback would be appreciated.

    Thanks
    Suneeth.

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