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Hierarchy of Administration Servers with a secondary Administration Server in DMZ

26 February 2024

ID 158530

A secondary Administration Server located in the DMZ receives a connection from a primary Administration Server through TLS port TCP 13000.

Hierarchy of Administration Servers with a secondary Administration Server in DMZ

The schema shows a hierarchy of Administration Servers in which the secondary Administration Server located in DMZ receives a connection from the primary Administration Server (see the table below for schema clarifications). When combining two Administration Servers into a hierarchy, make sure that port 13291 is accessible on both Administration Servers. Administration Console connects to the Administration Server through port 13291.

Subsequently, when the Administration Servers are combined into a hierarchy, you will be able to administer both of them by using Administration Console connected to the primary Administration Server. Therefore, the accessibility of port 13291 of the primary Administration Server is the only prerequisite.

Hierarchy of Administration Servers with a secondary Administration Server in DMZ (traffic)

Device

Port number

Name of the process that opens the port

Protocol

TLS

Port purpose

Secondary Administration Server

13000

klserver

TCP

Yes

Receiving connections from the primary Administration Server

See also:

Conventions used in interaction schemas

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

Ports used by Kaspersky Security Center

Configuring the connection of Administration Console to Administration Server

Creating a hierarchy of Administration Servers: adding a secondary Administration Server

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