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Ports needing to be opened for Microsoft Azure?


It is possible to have one site on premise and another site on Microsoft Azure that works togheter by using the same databas, blob storage and Service Bus but I am woudering if anyone could confirm the information on what ports needed to be opened.

SQL Azure: 1433

Azure Service Bus:  9350 to 9354, 5672, 443 (

Azure Blob Storage: 80 and 443

Is this correct?

Apr 08, 2015 10:41

Sounds about right.

Apr 08, 2015 16:36

Thanks Per!

Apr 08, 2015 17:00

How are you deploying site to Azure? Are you talking about on-premises FW or in Azure?

Apr 08, 2015 21:47

I am talking on a on premise firewall. For this example I might put the edit and admin part on premise but the viewing part in Azure.

I am not shore on what solution to use yet but wanted to be shore on what ports needed to be opened for this approach to work

Apr 08, 2015 21:55

if you pick for instance web deployment agent - it uses another different ports.

database: azure, public ui: azure, edit/admin: on-premises. any reasons why?

Apr 08, 2015 22:07

That is true Valdis, right now I think all deployment will be from octopus or similar solution.

The reason is that it is a high security customer and we are looking into different ways to secure the admin and edit parts. We also looking into placing it in azure but on servers only accessible from the clients network.

Apr 09, 2015 6:42
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