How-To

Disabling Data Virtuality ports


Userlevel 5
Badge
  • Community Manager
  • 21 replies

A common scenario is for companies to always require encrypted connections (TLS/SSL) to Data Virtuality and prevent insecure connections (non-TLS/non-SSL). *

 

 

Data Virtuality has TLS and non-TLS ports for connectivity. It is possible to disable the insecure ports. Modifying the transport will require a restart of Data Virtuality.

 

To disable non-TLS JDBC connections (port 31000)

CALL SYSADMIN.executeCli(script => '/subsystem=teiid/transport=jdbc:remove') ;;

 

To disable TLS JDBC connections (port 31001)

CALL SYSADMIN.executeCli(script => '/subsystem=teiid/transport=jdbc-ssl:remove') ;;

 

To disable non-TLS ODBC connections (port 35432)

CALL SYSADMIN.executeCli(script => '/subsystem=teiid/transport=odbc:remove') ;;

 

To disable TLS ODBC connections (port 35433)

CALL SYSADMIN.executeCli(script => '/subsystem=teiid/transport=odbc-ssl:remove') ;;

 

To disable OData connections (ports 8080 and 8443)

CALL SYSADMIN.executeCli(script => '/subsystem=teiid/transport=odata:remove') ;;

 

To disable Rest API connections (ports 8080 and 8443)

CALL SYSADMIN.executeCli(script => '/subsystem=teiid/transport=odata:remove') ;;

 

 

 

On a related topic, you can redirect HTTP (8080) connection to HTTPS (8443).

https://docs.datavirtuality.com/v3/https-configuration-http-to-https-redirect#HTTPSConfiguration&HTTP-to-HTTPSRedirect-HTTP-to-HTTPSRedirect

 

* TLS ports are encrypted ports providing secure data transmission between you and Data Virtuality. TLS is the successor technology to SSL.


0 replies

Be the first to reply!

Reply