Ports used by Atlassian Applications

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Platform Notice: Server and Data Center Only - This article only applies to Atlassian products on the server and data center platforms.

This page lists the ports used by Atlassian Server and Data Center applications.

We'll indicate if the port needs to be accessible through your firewall as follows:

  • open/public - required for external communication.
  • closed/private - only required for internal communication, for example between data center nodes. 

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Outbound ports

DescriptionPortDescription
Outbound traffic443Mostly used for communicating with Atlassian Marketplace and sending analytics data (if you've opted in).
SMTP25Used for sending email notifications

Customising ports

To find out which ports are in use on your server use the netstat command.  

If one of the default ports listed on this page is already in use, it may be possible to change it. This is usually done in your application's server.xml file, or via a system property. 

See Changing port that your Atlassian application listens on or refer to the documentation for your product. 

Bamboo Server ports

Application or serviceDefault portAccess
Crowd8085Open/public
ActiveMQ/JMS54663Open/public (required for remote agents)
DatabaseSee below

Bitbucket Server and Data Center ports

Application or serviceDefault portAccess
Bitbucket7990Open/public
Bitbucket SSH7999Open/public (only required if SSH is enabled)
Elasticsearch

7992

7993

Open/public

Open/public

Remove Elasticseach server9200Open/public (only required for Data Center)
Hazelcast5701Closed/private (only required for inter-node communication in Data Center)
DatabaseSee below

Confluence Server and Data Center ports

Application or serviceDefault portAccess
Confluence8090Open/public
Synchrony8091

Open/public if you're running Synchrony standalone cluster, or you have disabled the Synchrony proxy.

Closed/private if Synchrony is managed by Confluence, via synchrony-proxy

Hazelcast (Confluence)

5801

Closed/private (only required for inter-node communication in Data Center)
Hazelcast (Synchrony)5701Closed/private (only required for inter-node communication in Data Center)
Cluster base port (Synchrony)25500Closed/private (only required for inter-node communication in Data Center)
Multicast port (Synchrony)54327Closed/private (only required if you're running Synchrony standalone cluster in Data Center)
DatabaseSee below

See Possible Confluence and Synchrony Configurations for more information on the options for running Synchrony. 

Crowd Server and Data Center ports

Application or serviceDefault portAccess
Crowd8095Open/public
DatabaseSee below

Fisheye and Crucible Server ports

Application or serviceDefault portAccess
Fisheye Crucible8060Open/public
DatabaseSee below

Jira Server and Data Center ports

Includes Jira Software, Jira Service Desk, Jira Core, and Portfolio for Jira. 

Application or serviceDefault portAccess
Jira platform8080Open/public
Ehcache

40001

Closed/private (only required for inter-node communication in Data Center)
Ehcache object40011

Closed/private (it is set by default in JIRA 7.13.1 or higher, earlier versions of JIRA can use the setting ehcache.object.port = 40011 in the cluster.properties file)

DatabaseSee below

Tomcat Control Port

Tomcat is the application server that runs most Atlassian products. By default the control port is 8000. 

Although we don't recommend running multiple applications on the same server, if you attempt to do this, you'll need to change the control port in the application's server.xml file, to ensure it is unique for each application. 

Default database ports

You should check the documentation for your particular database or version. 

Database vendorDefault port
PostgreSQL5432
MariaDB3306
Microsoft SQL Server1433
MySQL3306
Oracle1521

Not all of the databases above are supported for every Atlassian product, so be sure to check the documentation for each product to find out which databases are supported. 

Default SMTP (mail server) ports

Most Atlassian applications will have a mail server configured, for sending notifications. Mail servers are usually configured to use port 25. 

Last modified on Apr 14, 2020

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