Ports Used by PB and WD

Navigation:  Pandoras Box > Network & Synchronization >

Ports Used by PB and WD

prev main next

Navigation:  Pandoras Box > Network & Synchronization >

Ports Used by PB and WD

prev main next

Please wait. Due to its content this page might take a while to load...

This chapter lists all ports used by Pandoras Box and Widget Designer that are of interest when setting up a firewall or network router. Most ports are used for TCP and UDP unicast packets unless it is specified otherwise in the table. Please make sure that our multicast communication is not blocked (e.g. by deactivating IGMP-Snooping on configurable switches).

Ports

Protocol

Purpose

23

TCP

SerialDevice in Pandoras Box

 

80

TCP

Pandoras Box Webserver

 

80 / 30300

TCP

Widget Designer HTTP Port (Listener)
If port 80 is occupied, port 30300 or higher is used per default. This port can be adjusted in the WebServer Settings.

81 / 30500

TCP

Widget Designer Upload Port (Listener)

If port 81 is occupied, port 30500 or higher is used per default. This port can be adjusted in the WebServer Settings.

 

1234
1235

UDP Multicast 239.0.0.10

Pandoras Box Communication

 

1300
1301
1302
1303

TCP

Pandoras Box Communication

 

2234
2235

UDP

Pandoras Box Communication

 

5900

TCP

VNC / PB Remote

 

6211

TCP

Pandoras Box Automation (SDK)

6212

UDP

Pandoras Box Automation (SDK)

6213

TCP

WD Device in Pandoras Box

6214

TCP

Pandoras Box Webserver

 

6920

TCP

Pandoras Box CITP and Widget Designer CITP

 

7000
7002
7004

UDP Multicast 239.0.0.30

Pandoras Box Communication

 

8080 / 30400

TCP

Widget Designer Websockets

If port 8080 is occupied, port 30400 or higher is used per default. This port can be adjusted in the WebServer Settings.

 

8992

UDP Multicast 239.0.0.11

PB Engine Health Report

 

49998
49999

UDP Broadcast 255.255.255.255

PB Menu Communication

50000

TCP

PB Menu Communication

 

50001

UDP Broadcast 255.255.255.255

Widget Designer Network Broadcasting Widgets