Internal Service Ports

Nginx Proxy3005
Java UDF Service3008
Spark Job Service4007
Data Service41912
Batch Job Runner41920
VFS Service41913
Time-based trigger service port43033
Scheduling service port43143

Database Ports


Client Browser Ports

By default, the web client uses port 3005.

NOTE: Any client firewall software must be configured to enable access on this port.

This port can be changed. Edit the following file:


Edit the following setting:

server {
  listen 3005;

The proxy.port setting must also be updated in platform configuration. For more information, see Admin Settings Page.

Hadoop Ports

If  is integrated with a Hadoop cluster, the Edge Node must have access to the following Hadoop components. Their default ports are listed below:

NOTE: These ports vary between installations. Please verify your environment's ports.

Hadoop ComponentDefault Port
HDFS Namenode

Cloudera/HDP: 8020

HDFS Datanode

NOTE: The must be able to access this port on all HDFS datanodes of the cluster.


Cloudera/HDP: 50070

YARN Resourcemanager

Cloudera: 8032

HDP: 8050


Cloudera/HDP: 8021

Hive Server 2 (optional)

TCP connection: 10000

HTTP connection: 10001

Hive Metastore (optional)9083

Firewall Ports for Hadoop

If the  is on a different network from the Hadoop cluster, please verify that these additional ports are opened on the firewall.

Hadoop ComponentDefault Port
YARN Resourcemanager Scheduler8030
YARN Resourcemanager Admin8033
YARN Resourcemanager WebApp8088
YARN Nodemanager WebApp8042
YARN Timeline Service8188
MapReduce JobHistory Server10020
HDFS DataNode


For additional details, please refer to the documentation provided with your Hadoop distribution.

EMR Ports

If you are integrating with an EMR cluster, please verify that the following nodes and ports are available to the .

EMR ComponentPort
EMR master node8088