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Default Web Service Ports of WebSphere Message Broker

Port# Usage
7080 This port will be used by the bipHTTPListener process for plain HTTP traffic to all ExecutionGroups
7083 This port will be used by the bipHTTPListener for encrypted HTTP (HTTPS) traffic to all ExecutionGroups
7800-7842 This range of ports will be assigned incrementally for plain HTTP traffic to each EG that has a SOAPInput node, in the order that each EG starts up
7843-7885 This range of ports will be assigned correspondingly to the plain HTTP traffic port for HTTPS traffic to each EG that has a SOAPInput node, in the order that each EG starts up

The ports can be configured individually on each Broker by using the options for mqsichangeproperties as described here, with corresponding information on configuring the ports for SOAPInput over HTTP and HTTPS here.

You can check the configuration of the broker with the following commands:

SET "BROKER_HOME=C:\Program Files\IBM\MBroker\7.0"
SET "path=%path%;%BROKER_HOME%\bin"
mqsiprofile
mqsireportproperties Brokername -b httplistener -o AllReportableEntityNames -a 
mqsireportproperties Brokername -b httplistener -o HTTPListener -a
mqsireportproperties Brokername -b httplistener -o HTTPSConnector -a

You can check the configuration of an executiongroup with the following commands:

SET "BROKER_HOME=C:\Program Files\IBM\MBroker\7.0"
SET "path=%path%;%BROKER_HOME%\bin"
mqsiprofile
mqsireportproperties Brokername -e EXECUTIONGROUP-o HTTPConnector -r
mqsireportproperties Brokername -e EXECUTIONGROUP-o HTTPSConnector -r

And you can change the default configuration like this

mqsichangeproperties Brokername -e EXECUTIONGROUP -o HTTPSConnector -n explicitlySetPortNumber -v 7843

See more Informations here and here.

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