Required firewall settings.
Your Aspera transfer product requires access through the ports listed in the table below. If you cannot establish the connection, review your local corporate firewall settings and remove the port restrictions accordingly.
|Enterprise Server|| An Aspera server runs one SSH server on a configurable TCP port (22 by
Important: Aspera strongly recommends running the SSH server on a non-default port to ensure that your server remains secure from SSH port scan attacks. For instructions on how to change your SSH port, see Securing your SSH Server.Your firewall should be configured as follows:
The firewall on the server side must allow the open TCP port to reach the Aspera server. Note that no servers are listening on UDP ports. When a transfer is initiated by an Aspera client, the client opens an SSH session to the SSH server on the designated TCP port and negotiates the UDP port over which the data transfer will occur.
|Client||Typically, consumer and business firewalls allow direct outbound
connections from client computers on TCP and UDP. In this case, no configuration
is required for Aspera transfers. In the special case of firewalls disallowing
direct outbound connections, typically using proxy servers for Web browsing, the
following configuration applies: