Endpoints and Ports

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Endpoints Overview

The Settlement Verifier for Enterprises, has multiple IPs and Ports to support the application. If a failure were to occur on the main server, data would be pulled from a backup server.

Primary Endpoint & Ports

URL Port Optional?
reportsvr.sv-e.info tcp/80 No
reportsvr.sv-e.info tcp/443 No
reportsvr.sv-e.info tcp/8040 Yes
reportsvr.sv-e.info tcp/8041 Yes
reportsvr.sv-e.info tcp/8090 No
reportsvr.sv-e.info tcp/9000 No

Redundancy Endpoint

URL Port Optional?
backup.sv-e.info tcp/80 No
backup.sv-e.info tcp/443 No
backup.sv-e.info tcp/8040 Yes
backup.sv-e.info tcp/8041 Yes
backup.sv-e.info tcp/8090 No
backup.sv-e.info tcp/9000 No

Port Purposes

Below is a short description of what each port is used for.

tcp/80

Quick web checks to ensure service ability. A HTTP GET request is performed on this port to ensure the service is up and functioning. No secure data is sent over this port.

tcp/443

This is an Secure Socket Layer (SSL) port where secure data is transferred. This data looks like junk data until it is received by the endpoint to decrypt the data

tcp/8040 & tcp/8041

Optional. This port allows for remote control.

tcp/8090

This port allows for application updates

tcp/9000

Legacy port. This port is in the process of being decommissioned.