Protocols supported in ColdFusion 11

ColdFusion 11 supports the following protocols:

  • AJP
  • HTTP
  • TCP/IP

Ports in ColdFusion

Port Port number
EXP_DEF_DEBUG_PORT 6006
JNDI_PORT 2932
JNBRIDGE_PORT 6091
ODBC_AGENT_PORT_PREV 20001
DEFAULT_JETTY_PORT 8987
DEBUG_PORT 5005
INTERNAL_PORT_NUMBER 8500
EXP_DEF_TOMCAT_CONNECTOR_PORT 8114
TOMCAT_CONNECTOR_PORT 8014
REDIRECT_PORT 8447
ODBC_AGENT_PORT_2PREV 19999
EXP_DEF_REDIRECT_PORT 8547
IA_MergeModule_RMIServer_Port 20215
ODBC_SERVER_PORT_PREV 20002
ODBC_SERVER_PORT 20004
ODBC_AGENT_PORT 20003
JNBRIDGE_CLIENT_PORT 6092
JETTY_PORT 8987
SHUTDOWN_PORT 8009
ODBC_SERVER_PORT_2PREV 20000
EXP_DEF_SHUTDOWN_PORT 8109
FLASH_PROXY_PORT 1243
MONITORING_SERVER_PORT 5500 (If this port is occupied, a random port is picked.)
CF_STATISTICS_PORT 7995
WEB_SOCKET_PORT 8579

Note:

If you install another version of ColdFusion along with the existing one, the ports get incremented by 1. For example, a second ColdFusion version detects a busy JNDI_PORT at 2932, so assigns 2933 to JNDI_PORT for the second ColdFusion version.

There are ports with PREV or 2PREV appended to the names. ODBC_SERVER_PORT_PREV stands for an immediate previous version of ColdFusion. For example, if there is an immediate previous version of ColdFusion, ODBC_SERVER_PORT of the immediate version has the port number equal to the ODBC_SERVER_PORT port number of the latest ColdFusion version.

 

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