This article discusses which ports are used during a conversion with PowerP2V.
The following ports are used by PowerP2V during the discovery process:
22 TCP SSH Port used when discovering Linux source servers or VMware ESX Servers
135/445 TCP For DCOM/RPC communication as PowerP2V utilizes WMI when discovering Windows based servers so that no manual
configuration is required
**WMI (RPC/DCOM) may use TCP ports 135 and 445 as well as random/dynamically assigned ports above 1024. If problems occur during the discovery process, another alternative is to temporarily place the server in a DMZ (or temporarily open the firewall) for the discovery process only.
After the servers have been discovered, the following ports are used by PowerP2V during the conversion:
80 TCP For communication between the PowerP2V Server and the source/target machines
3725 TCP File Transfer port used between the source and target machine (Target VM may use a random outgoing port)