Port and network requirements

While using CDH on-premises cluster or CDP Private Cloud Base cluster, make sure that the following ports are open and accessible on the source hosts to allow communication between the source on-premises cluster and CDP.

Service Default Port
Cloudera Manager Admin Console HTTP 7180
Cloudera Manager Admin Console HTTPS (with TLS enabled) 7183
Cloudera Manager Agent 9000
HDFS NameNode 8020
Key Management Server (KMS) 16000
HDFS DataNode 50010
WebHDFS 50070
YARN Resource Manager 8032
Hive metastore 9083
DataNode Secure 1004
Ports that have to be configured on the source cluster:
  • Incoming - 7180 or 7183 for the Data lake Cloudera Manager to communicate to the on-premise Cloudera Manager.
  • Outgoing
    • For AWS and ADLS Gen2 - Port 80 or 443 (ssl) should be open on all HDFS nodes

    • n1, outgoing port for CDP Management Console to communicate with Cloudera Manager.
Port access to be configured on the Data Lake cluster
:
  • Outgoing
    • 8443, outgoing ports for CDP Management Console to communicate with Cloudera Manager and Knox
    • 9443, outgoing ports for CDP Management Console to communicate with FreeIPA

To register a CDH cluster, ensure that the outgoing traffic is allowed in the port range 6000-6049 to communicate with Cluster Connectivity Manager (CCM).

Verify whether the following network requirements are met:

  • The outgoing SSH port is open on the Cloudera Manager host.
  • For Hive replication, Cloudera Manager Data Lake must be able to communicate with the on-premises Cloudera Manager.