Thanks, appreciate that.
I found this doc, which helps:
But the postgresql, couched, etc ports may be 'internal' as you describe -- localhost only.
Did read somewhere that push jobs (if built and in use....) use high order ports, but can't find a good doc on this...
From: Noah Kantrowitz < "> >
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2014 9:54 PM
Subject: [chef] Re: Ports used....
Only 443 is used for Chef, though the server listens on 80 by default as a convenience redirect. Everything is done via a REST API, so its all over a single port. More stuff is used internally, but those all only listen on localhost unless you are building a multi-server cluster for your Chef server.
On Mar 24, 2014, at 6:51 PM, Ross Mohan < "> > wrote:
> Any pointers on which ports used by chef infrastructure (443 for PEM-chat....for starters)? Or, related, on advice to how to set/manage firewalls around Chef usage?
> Does ohai authenticate/operate solely on 443? Do any Chef Server searches ever use other ports? (Especially higher ports?)
> Pointers to RTFM most welcome...just looking for a leg up on which FM to R.
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