Default port numbers

Some parts of Open Liberty use default TCP/IP port numbers. You can override the default port numbers by specifying a different port number in your server configuration.

Runtime environment port numbers

The following table defines the default port numbers of Open Liberty features and provides examples of how you can override default ports in your server configuration.

FeatureDefault port and configuration example
  • IIOP port: 2809

  • IIOP/SSL port: 9402

<iiopEndpoint id="defaultIiopEndpoint" iiopPort="2809">
   <iiopsOptions iiopsPort="9402" sslRef="defaultSSLConfig"/>
  • HTTP port: 9080

  • HTTPS port: 9443

<httpEndpoint id="defaultHttpEndpoint"
    httpsPort="9445" />

For more information about HTTP endpoints, see HTTP Endpoint.

  • TCP port: 5060

  • TLS port: 5061

  • UDP port: 5060

<sipEndpoint id="defaultSipEndpoint"
   sipTLSPort="5063" />
  • Incoming unsecure port: 7276

  • Incoming secure port: 7286

<wasJmsEndpoint id="InboundJmsEndpoint"

For more information about WAS JMS endpoints, WAS JMS Endpoint.

For the command port, the Open Liberty server acquires a temporary port that is used by the command listener. You can configure this port in the file.


The default value for the command.port is 0.

For more information, see Set the command port.

For more information, see Server Configuration overview.