By default the Storage Manager Website uses port 9000. Some customer may wish to change this to another port due to port availability or firewall issues. There is a configuration file within the install subdirectory of Storage Manager that will allow users to change from default port 9000 to another port.
In this example we will change the Storage Manager Website port to 80. This example will also show you how to change the port assignment for Storage Manager running on Windows or Linux.
The file we must modify is called server.xml and it can be found in the following locations:
Windows - <installed drive>:\Program Files\SolarWinds\Storage Manager Server\conf
Linux - /opt/Storage_Manager_Server/conf
Open the file with a text editor and do a search for “9000.” You will see a section that looks like the following snippet:
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