Kaspersky Security Center

Administration Server and client device: Managing the security application

8 April 2024

ID 158525

The Administration Server receives connection from Network Agents via SSL port 13000 (see figure below).

A client device connects to Administration Server through SSL port 13000. Administration Server connects to the client device through UDP port 15000.

Administration Server and client device: managing the security application, connection via port 13000 (recommended)

If you used an earlier version of Kaspersky Security Center, the Administration Server on your network can receive connections from Network Agents via non-SSL port 14000 (see figure below). Kaspersky Security Center 14.2 also supports connection of Network Agents via port 14000, although using SSL port 13000 is recommended.

A client device connects to Administration Server through TLS port TCP 14000. Administration Server connects to the client device through UDP port 15000.

Administration Server and client device: managing the security application, connection via port 14000 (lower security)

For clarifications of schemas, see the table below.

Administration Server and client device: Managing the security application (traffic)

Device

Port number

Name of the process that opens the port

Protocol

TLS (for TCP only)

Port purpose

Network Agent

15000

klnagent

UDP

Null

Multicasting for Network Agents

Administration Server

13000

klserver

TCP

Yes

Receiving connections from Network Agents

Administration Server

14000

klserver

TCP

No

Receiving connections from Network Agents

See also:

Conventions used in interaction schemas

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

Ports used by Kaspersky Security Center

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