Network Ports in Horizon 7: Diagram Updated

Sep 19, 2016
Jason Bassford

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Technical Marketing Manager, End-User-Computing Technical Marketing, VMware

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Written in partnership with

Ray Heffer, Global Cloud Architect (End-User-Computing Lead), VMware

Ray Heffer has produced another update to the Network Ports Diagram for Horizon 7. This intricate diagram gives you a lot of vital information in one page. It is not something you will memorize, but it is something that you will refer to often.

Here is the update for the new release. Click the diagram to download the PDF.

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What is new in this Horizon 7 diagram?

  • PCoIP (TCP/UDP 4172) has been renamed to PCoIP (TCP 4172) in two instancesone is the first line at the top-left from Horizon Client, and the other is from Horizon Client to PCoIP Secure Gateway (View Connection Server).
  • Added a new connection named PCoIP (UDP 4712) from Horizon Client (top) connecting to PCoIP Secure Gateway (View Connection Server), which uses a two-way arrow.
  • All other instances of PCoIP (TCP/UDP 4172) have been renamed to PCoIP (UDP 4172) and use a two-way arrowthere are two instances, one connecting to PCoIP Secure Gateway (View Connection Server), and the other to PCoIP Secure Gateway (View Security Server / Access Point) from Horizon Agent (RDSH / Virtual Desktop).
  • PCoIP (TCP/UDP 4172) UDP (55000) has been renamed to PCoIP (TCP 4172)this is the first connecting line at the bottom-left of the diagram.
  • Added a new connection at the bottom-left, named PCoIP (UDP 4172) and to the left of CDR/MMR (TCP 9427), which uses a two-way arrow.
  • All PCoIP (UDP 4172) connection lines now use two-way arrows.
  • All blue Blast Extreme connection lines now use two-way arrows.

Be sure to download the updated Network Ports Diagram for Horizon 7, and send us feedback at euc_tech_content_feedback@vmware.com.

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