|Applies To||RSA Product Set: RSA Identity Governance & Lifecycle|
RSA Version/Condition: All
|Issue||This RSA Knowledge Base Article describes how to open TCP/IP ports blocked by a firewall that are not opened by default in RSA Identity Governance & Lifecycle.|
NOTE: Opening additional ports may represent a security threat.
|Resolution||The methods differ depending on the Operating System:|
Replace "*****" with the port number you want opened, that port will be opened (available) for access.
Add the relevant ports in the Advanced mode of the Firewall Allowed Services Yast module or edit SuSEfirewall2.
Yast > Security & Users > Firewall > Allowed Services > Advanced
Add your ports as space delimited/separated lists in the appropriate row (TCP, UDP and so on). Ranges are designated by a colon; e.g. ten VNC ports from 5905 to 5914 would be 5905:5914. You may use service names instead of numerical ports; e.g. http and 80 are the same.
For SuSE 11 SP3:
For SuSE 12 SP2: