The Netmail Encrypt VM runs in a VMWare ESX environment, and all information you provide in this section should be accurate with respect to your existing TCP/IP and network infrastructure.
Netmail Encrypt Pre-installation Checklist
|Unique IP addresses and host names assigned, including netmasks for ETH0IP|
|DNS entries created in the DNS and assigned to the IP addresses for ETH0 IP|
|Reverse IP lookup records (PTR records) placed in DNS for ETH0 IP|
|Firewall: Inbound Connections to Netmail Encrypt from the Internet||Port|
|SSH access for system updates/patches||22|
|SMTP for inbound mail||45|
|HTTPS access to messages||443|
|Firewall: Outbound Connections from Netmail Encrypt||Port|
SMTP for outbound mail
|Domain Name Services (SNS) (TCP and UDP)||53|
|Network Time Protocol (NTP) (UDP)||123|
|Netmail Encrypt Key Retrieval (TCP and UDP)||5353|
Netmail Encrypt uses HTTPS on port 444 for Administration and HTTPS on port 445 for User Administration. These ports need not be opened in your external firewall, since the services are used only from within your organization. However, you may need to modify proxy servers to allow the ports. Also, port 902/903 is used to access the console for the virtual servers. If necessary, this port may also need to be made accessible.