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Configuring Windows Firewall for iSCSI Software Target June 19, 2010

Posted by John Ruby in Solutions.
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Configuring Windows Firewall for iSCSI Software Target
Configuring Windows Firewall for iSCSI Software Target

Applies To: Microsoft iSCSI Software Target

Before you install the Microsoft iSCSI Software Target, you must configure the Windows Firewall to allow the necessary network traffic to pass. The following table lists the required ports.

 

Port or application Description

TCP 3260

Microsoft iSCSI Software Target Service. This port provides the primary access to the Microsoft iSCSI Software target.

TCP 135

Remote Procedure Call (RPC), this port is required for Component Object Model (COM) communication.

UDP 138

NetBIOS Datagram Service, this exception should already exist for File and Print Service role, but may need to be added manually if not present.

%windir%\System32\Wintarget.exe

Microsoft iSCSI Software Target Service

%windir%\System32\WTStatusProxy.exe

Microsoft iSCSI Software Target status proxy

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