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HTTP and HTTPS Allowed Port Values for PowerChute Network Shutdown

Issue:
HTTP and HTTPS Allowed Port Values for PowerChute Network Shutdown

Product Line:
PowerChute Network Shutdown

Environment:
All supported OS

Cause:
Informational

Solution:

The allowed values are:
80 or 3052 (when HTTP is selected) Port 80 would be used to connect to the Network Management Card. Port 3052 would be used to connect to the PowerChute web interface.
443 or 6547 (when HTTPS is selected) Port 443 would be used to connect to the Network Management Card. Port 6547 would be used to connect to the PowerChute web interface.
5000 - 32768 (when either HTTP or HTTPS is selected) We recommend using the standard ports listed above; however, these ports are available if needed.

NOTE: the network management card uses UPS over port 3052 to communicate with the PowerChute client.

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