What ports need opened on firewall to allow Ridgeline through to backup devices (from switch to server)?

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The port numbers below have not changed for the install.  What range of port numbers do I need to allow through the windows firewall for backups to occur?

#location: jboss/server/ridgeline/deploy/sybase-ds.xml
database.port=10553
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# the following 2 ports can be changed by the client admin panel
trap.receiver.port=10550
syslog.prot=514
#
# location: freeradius/etc/raddb/radiusd.conf
radius.port=10559
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# location: jboss/server/ridgeline/conf/bindingservice.beans/META-INF/bindings-jboss-beans.xml
jboss.port.1=10560
jboss.port.2=10561
jboss.port.3=10562
jboss.port.4=10563
jboss.port.5=10564
jboss.port.6=10565
jboss.port.7=10566
jboss.port.8=10567
jboss.port.9=10569
jboss.port.10=10570
jboss.port.11=10571
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#location: jboss/bin/serverStart.lax
jboss.remoting.port=10555
epicenter.web.port=8080
#
# locations:
# jboss/server/deploy/jbossweb.sar/server.xml
# jboss/server/ridgeline/deploy/epicenter.ear/xos.war/WEB-INF/wsdl/event.wsdl
# jboss/server/ridgeline/deploy/epicenter.ear/nms.war/WEB-INF/wsdl/nms.wsdl
https.port=8443
#
# Ridgeline Agent (only required if MS VMM agent is used)
# location:
# jboss/server.conf/EpicenterManagement.properties
# RidgelineServer.exe.conf
agent.port=10556
#
# TCP port for client to connect to server in NAT environment, only used in NAT environment.
tcp.port=56983
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Jimmy, port 8080, 8443, 10550, 10553, 10555, 10556, 10559 should remain open. If you are backing up or restoring configuration, please confirm whether you can telnet/ssh into the switch from Ridgeline to ensure the backup/restore script can be executed.