With the new Samsung ELM Service, the devices need access to the Samsung license servers. This is required so when you activate Knox services, devices can verify that their license keys devices periodically check their licenses a few times a week.

If you are in the Americas, configure access to these servers:

  • gslb.secb2b.com:443
  • us-elm.secb2b.com:443
  • us-prod-klm.secb2b.com:443

If you are in China, configure access to these servers:

  • china-gslb.secb2b.com.cn:443
  • china-elm.secb2b.com.cn:443
  • china-klm.secb2b.com.cn:443

If you are in Asia, Africa, Europe, or other regions, configure access to these servers:

  • gslb.secb2b.com:443
  • eu-elm.secb2b.com:443
  • eu-prod-klm.secb2b.com:443
Note:

If your enterprise is highly regulated and does not allow communication to external servers, you can request the on-premises Knox server, which handles license verification within your firewall. Samsung charges an extra fee for this service. Samsung: https://www.samsungKnox.com/contact

Samsung Knox Servers

The device needs access to the Knox servers to activate the Knox license for creating the Samsung Knox container on the device.

Americas ( USA, Canada, Brazil, and so on,.. )

  • gslb.secb2b.com:443
  • us-elm.secb2b.com:443
  • us-Knox.secb2b.com:443
  • us-prod-klm.secb2b.com:443
  • kaps.secb2b.com:443
  • d28lmkz7f2awiw.cloudfront.net:443

China

  • china-gslb.secb2b.com.cn:443
  • china-elm.secb2b.com.cn:443
  • china-Knox.secb2b.com.cn:443
  • ch-prod-klm.secb2b.com:443
  • china-kad.secb2b.com.cn:443
  • bjprodkad.blob.core.chinacloudapi.cn:443

All other countries

  • gslb.secb2b.com:443
  • eu-elm.secb2b.com:443
  • eu-Knox.secb2b.com:443
  • eu-prod-klm.secb2b.com:443
  • kaps.secb2b.com:443
  • d28lmkz7f2awiw.cloudfront.net:443