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Ports and communication protocols

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Druva communicates with your virtual infrastructure to backup and restore virtual machine data. This communication happens via ports and communication protocols that are secure for communication and the transition of data.
Druva uses a combination of Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocols for establishing a connection and initiating communication between Druva components and virtual infrastructure components such as Prism Central, Prism Element, and virtual machines.
The following diagram depicts the ports and communication protocols that are used by Druva for secure connection and communication during the backup and restore operations.
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The following table describes the port and communication protocols used for communication between Druva and various Nutanix AHV components.

 

Port Communication Protocol Description
9440 HTTPS+SSL Druva uses Port 9440 to establish a secure connection and communication between the Backup Proxy and Prism.

443

TLS Backup Proxy to Druva Cloud.
443 TLS Backup Proxy to S3 bucket.
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