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Tech. Questionnaire

Q) BOOTP helps a diskless workstation boot. How does it get a message to the network looking for its IP address and the location of its operating system boot files?
Ans) BOOTP sends a UDP message with a subnet work broadcast address and waits for a reply from a server that gives it the IP address. The same message might contain the name of the machine that has the boot files on it. If the boot image location is not specified, the workstation sends another UDP message to query the server.
Q) What is a DNS resource record?
Ans) resource record is an entry in a name server’s database. There are several types of resource records used, including name-to-address resolution information. Resource records are maintained as ASCII files.
Q) What protocol is used by DNS name servers?
Ans) DNS uses UDP for communication between servers. It is a better choice than TCP because of the improved speed a connectionless protocol offers. Of course, transmission reliability suffers with UDP.
q) What is the difference between interior and exterior neighbor gateways?
Ans) Interior gateways connect LANs of one organization, whereas exterior gateways connect the organization to the outside world.
Q) What is the HELLO protocol used for?
Ans) The HELLO protocol uses time instead of distance to determine optimal routing. It is an alternative to the Routing Information Protocol.
Q) What are the three type of routing tables and What are the advantages and disadvantages of these?
Ans) The three types of routing tables are fixed, dynamic, and fixed central.
A fixed table must be manually modified every time there is a change.
A dynamic table changes its information based on network traffic, reducing the amount of manual maintenance.
A fixed central table lets a manager modify only one table, which is then read by other devices. The fixed central table reduces the need to update each machine’s table, as with the fixed table. Usually a dynamic table causes the fewest problems for a network administrator, although the table’s contents can change without the administrator being aware of the change.
Q) What is source route?
Ans) It is a sequence of IP addresses identifying the route a datagram must follow. A source route may optionally be included in an IP datagram header.
Q) What is RIP (Routing Information Protocol)?
Ans) It is a simple protocol used to exchange information between the routers.
Q) What is SLIP (Serial Line Interface Protocol)?
It is a simple protocol used for transmission of IP datagrams across a serial line.
Q) What is Proxy ARP?
Ans) It is using a router to answer ARP requests. This will be done when the originating host believes that a destination is local, when in fact is lies beyond router.
Q) What is OSPF?
Ans) It is an Internet routing protocol that scales well, can route traffic along multiple paths, and uses knowledge of an Internet’s topology to make accurate routing decisions.
Q) What is Kerberos?
Ans) It is an authentication service developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kerberos uses encryption to prevent intruders from discovering passwords and gaining unauthorized access to files.
Q) What is a Multi-homed Host?
Ans) It is a host that has a multiple network interfaces and that requires multiple IP addresses is called as a Multihomed Host.
Q) What is NVT (Network Virtual Terminal)?
Ans) It is a set of rules defining a very simple virtual terminal interaction. The NVT is used in the start of a Telnet session.
Q) What is Gateway-to-Gateway protocol?
Ans) It is a protocol formerly used to exchange routing information between Internet core routers.
Q) What is BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)?
Ans) It is a protocol used to advertise the set of networks that can be reached with in an autonomous system. BGP enables this information to be shared with the autonomous system. This is newer than EGP (Exterior Gateway Protocol).
Q) What is autonomous system?
Ans) It is a collection of routers under the control of a single administrative authority and that uses a common Interior Gateway Protocol.
Q) What is EGP (Exterior Gateway Protocol)?
Ans) It is the protocol the routers in neighboring autonomous systems use to identify the set of networks that can be reached within or via each autonomous system.
Q) What is IGP (Interior Gateway Protocol)?
Ans) It is any routing protocol used within an autonomous system.
Q) What is Mail Gateway?
Ans) It is a system that performs a protocol translation between different electronic mail delivery protocols.
Q) What is wide-mouth frog?
Ans) Wide-mouth frog is the simplest known key distribution center (KDC) authentication protocol.
Q) What is silly window syndrome?
Ans) It is a problem that can ruin TCP performance. This problem occurs when data are passed to the sending TCP entity in large blocks, but an interactive application on the receiving side reads 1 byte at a time.
Q) What is region?
Ans) When hierarchical routing is used, the routers are divided into what we call regions, with each router knowing all the details about how to route packets to destinations within its own region, but knowing nothing about the internal structure of other regions.
Q) What is multicast routing?
Ans) Sending a message to a group is called multicasting, and its routing algorithm is called multicast routing.
Q) What is traffic shaping?
Ans) One of the main causes of congestion is that traffic is often busy. If hosts could be made to transmit at a uniform rate, congestion would be less common. Another open loop method to help manage congestion is forcing the packet to be transmitted at a more predictable rate. This is called traffic shaping.
Q) What is packet filter?
Ans) Packet filter is a standard router equipped with some extra functionality. The extra functionality allows every incoming or outgoing packet to be inspected. Packets meeting some criterion are forwarded normally. Those that fail the test are dropped.

Network services

# Network services, Internet style
# Note that it is presently the policy of IANA to assign a single well-known
# port number for both TCP and UDP; hence, most entries here have two entries
# even if the protocol doesn’t support UDP operations.
# Updated from RFC 1700, “Assigned Numbers” (October 1994). Not all ports
# are included, only the more common ones.
#
# The latest IANA port assignments can be gotten from
# http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers
# The Well Known Ports are those from 0 through 1023.
# The Registered Ports are those from 1024 through 49151
# The Dynamic and/or Private Ports are those from 49152 through 65535
#
# Each line describes one service, and is of the form:
#
# service-name port/protocol [aliases ...] [# comment]

tcpmux 1/tcp # TCP port service multiplexer
tcpmux 1/udp # TCP port service multiplexer
rje 5/tcp # Remote Job Entry
rje 5/udp # Remote Job Entry
echo 7/tcp
echo 7/udp
discard 9/tcp sink null
discard 9/udp sink null
systat 11/tcp users
systat 11/udp users
daytime 13/tcp
daytime 13/udp
qotd 17/tcp quote
qotd 17/udp quote
msp 18/tcp # message send protocol
msp 18/udp # message send protocol
chargen 19/tcp ttytst source
chargen 19/udp ttytst source
ftp-data 20/tcp
ftp-data 20/udp
# 21 is registered to ftp, but also used by fsp
ftp 21/tcp
ftp 21/udp fsp fspd
ssh 22/tcp # SSH Remote Login Protocol
ssh 22/udp # SSH Remote Login Protocol
telnet 23/tcp
telnet 23/udp
# 24 – private mail system
lmtp 24/tcp # LMTP Mail Delivery
lmtp 24/udp # LMTP Mail Delivery
smtp 25/tcp mail
smtp 25/udp mail
time 37/tcp timserver
time 37/udp timserver
rlp 39/tcp resource # resource location
rlp 39/udp resource # resource location
nameserver 42/tcp name # IEN 116
nameserver 42/udp name # IEN 116
nicname 43/tcp whois
nicname 43/udp whois
tacacs 49/tcp # Login Host Protocol (TACACS)
tacacs 49/udp # Login Host Protocol (TACACS)
re-mail-ck 50/tcp # Remote Mail Checking Protocol
re-mail-ck 50/udp # Remote Mail Checking Protocol
domain 53/tcp # name-domain server
domain 53/udp
whois++ 63/tcp
whois++ 63/udp
bootps 67/tcp # BOOTP server
bootps 67/udp
bootpc 68/tcp dhcpc # BOOTP client
bootpc 68/udp dhcpc
tftp 69/tcp
tftp 69/udp
gopher 70/tcp # Internet Gopher
gopher 70/udp
netrjs-1 71/tcp # Remote Job Service
netrjs-1 71/udp # Remote Job Service
netrjs-2 72/tcp # Remote Job Service
netrjs-2 72/udp # Remote Job Service
netrjs-3 73/tcp # Remote Job Service
netrjs-3 73/udp # Remote Job Service
netrjs-4 74/tcp # Remote Job Service
netrjs-4 74/udp # Remote Job Service
finger 79/tcp
finger 79/udp
http 80/tcp www www-http # WorldWideWeb HTTP
http 80/udp www www-http # HyperText Transfer Protocol
kerberos 88/tcp kerberos5 krb5 # Kerberos v5
kerberos 88/udp kerberos5 krb5 # Kerberos v5
supdup 95/tcp
supdup 95/udp
hostname 101/tcp hostnames # usually from sri-nic
hostname 101/udp hostnames # usually from sri-nic
iso-tsap 102/tcp tsap # part of ISODE.
csnet-ns 105/tcp cso # also used by CSO name server
csnet-ns 105/udp cso
# unfortunately the poppassd (Eudora) uses a port which has already
# been assigned to a different service. We list the poppassd as an
# alias here. This should work for programs asking for this service.
# (due to a bug in inetd the 3com-tsmux line is disabled)
#3com-tsmux 106/tcp poppassd
#3com-tsmux 106/udp poppassd
rtelnet 107/tcp # Remote Telnet
rtelnet 107/udp
pop2 109/tcp pop-2 postoffice # POP version 2
pop2 109/udp pop-2
pop3 110/tcp pop-3 # POP version 3
pop3 110/udp pop-3
sunrpc 111/tcp portmapper # RPC 4.0 portmapper TCP
sunrpc 111/udp portmapper # RPC 4.0 portmapper UDP
auth 113/tcp authentication tap ident
auth 113/udp authentication tap ident
sftp 115/tcp
sftp 115/udp
uucp-path 117/tcp
uucp-path 117/udp
nntp 119/tcp readnews untp # USENET News Transfer Protocol
nntp 119/udp readnews untp # USENET News Transfer Protocol
ntp 123/tcp
ntp 123/udp # Network Time Protocol
netbios-ns 137/tcp # NETBIOS Name Service
netbios-ns 137/udp
netbios-dgm 138/tcp # NETBIOS Datagram Service
netbios-dgm 138/udp
netbios-ssn 139/tcp # NETBIOS session service
netbios-ssn 139/udp
imap 143/tcp imap2 # Interim Mail Access Proto v2
imap 143/udp imap2
snmp 161/tcp # Simple Net Mgmt Proto
snmp 161/udp # Simple Net Mgmt Proto
snmptrap 162/udp snmp-trap # Traps for SNMP
cmip-man 163/tcp # ISO mgmt over IP (CMOT)
cmip-man 163/udp
cmip-agent 164/tcp
cmip-agent 164/udp
mailq 174/tcp # MAILQ
mailq 174/udp # MAILQ
xdmcp 177/tcp # X Display Mgr. Control Proto
xdmcp 177/udp
nextstep 178/tcp NeXTStep NextStep # NeXTStep window
nextstep 178/udp NeXTStep NextStep # server
bgp 179/tcp # Border Gateway Proto.
bgp 179/udp
prospero 191/tcp # Cliff Neuman’s Prospero
prospero 191/udp
irc 194/tcp # Internet Relay Chat
irc 194/udp
smux 199/tcp # SNMP Unix Multiplexer
smux 199/udp
at-rtmp 201/tcp # AppleTalk routing
at-rtmp 201/udp
at-nbp 202/tcp # AppleTalk name binding
at-nbp 202/udp
at-echo 204/tcp # AppleTalk echo
at-echo 204/udp
at-zis 206/tcp # AppleTalk zone information
at-zis 206/udp
qmtp 209/tcp # Quick Mail Transfer Protocol
qmtp 209/udp # Quick Mail Transfer Protocol
z39.50 210/tcp z3950 wais # NISO Z39.50 database
z39.50 210/udp z3950 wais
ipx 213/tcp # IPX
ipx 213/udp
imap3 220/tcp # Interactive Mail Access
imap3 220/udp # Protocol v3
link 245/tcp ttylink
link 245/udp ttylink
fatserv 347/tcp # Fatmen Server
fatserv 347/udp # Fatmen Server
rsvp_tunnel 363/tcp
rsvp_tunnel 363/udp
odmr 366/tcp # odmr required by fetchmail
odmr 366/udp # odmr required by fetchmail
rpc2portmap 369/tcp
rpc2portmap 369/udp # Coda portmapper
codaauth2 370/tcp
codaauth2 370/udp # Coda authentication server
ulistproc 372/tcp ulistserv # UNIX Listserv
ulistproc 372/udp ulistserv
ldap 389/tcp
ldap 389/udp
svrloc 427/tcp # Server Location Protocl
svrloc 427/udp # Server Location Protocl
mobileip-agent 434/tcp
mobileip-agent 434/udp
mobilip-mn 435/tcp
mobilip-mn 435/udp
https 443/tcp # MCom
https 443/udp # MCom
snpp 444/tcp # Simple Network Paging Protocol
snpp 444/udp # Simple Network Paging Protocol
microsoft-ds 445/tcp
microsoft-ds 445/udp
kpasswd 464/tcp kpwd # Kerberos “passwd”
kpasswd 464/udp kpwd # Kerberos “passwd”
photuris 468/tcp
photuris 468/udp
saft 487/tcp # Simple Asynchronous File Transfer
saft 487/udp # Simple Asynchronous File Transfer
gss-http 488/tcp
gss-http 488/udp
pim-rp-disc 496/tcp
pim-rp-disc 496/udp
isakmp 500/tcp
isakmp 500/udp
gdomap 538/tcp # GNUstep distributed objects
gdomap 538/udp # GNUstep distributed objects
iiop 535/tcp
iiop 535/udp
dhcpv6-client 546/tcp
dhcpv6-client 546/udp
dhcpv6-server 547/tcp
dhcpv6-server 547/udp
rtsp 554/tcp # Real Time Stream Control Protocol
rtsp 554/udp # Real Time Stream Control Protocol
nntps 563/tcp # NNTP over SSL
nntps 563/udp # NNTP over SSL
whoami 565/tcp
whoami 565/udp
submission 587/tcp msa # mail message submission
submission 587/udp msa # mail message submission
npmp-local 610/tcp dqs313_qmaster # npmp-local / DQS
npmp-local 610/udp dqs313_qmaster # npmp-local / DQS
npmp-gui 611/tcp dqs313_execd # npmp-gui / DQS
npmp-gui 611/udp dqs313_execd # npmp-gui / DQS
hmmp-ind 612/tcp dqs313_intercell # HMMP Indication / DQS
hmmp-ind 612/udp dqs313_intercell # HMMP Indication / DQS
ipp 631/tcp # Internet Printing Protocol
ipp 631/udp # Internet Printing Protocol
ldaps 636/tcp # LDAP over SSL
ldaps 636/udp # LDAP over SSL
acap 674/tcp
acap 674/udp
ha-cluster 694/tcp # Heartbeat HA-cluster
ha-cluster 694/udp # Heartbeat HA-cluster
kerberos-adm 749/tcp # Kerberos `kadmin’ (v5)
kerberos-iv 750/udp kerberos4 kerberos-sec kdc
kerberos-iv 750/tcp kerberos4 kerberos-sec kdc
webster 765/tcp # Network dictionary
webster 765/udp
phonebook 767/tcp # Network phonebook
phonebook 767/udp
rsync 873/tcp # rsync
rsync 873/udp # rsync
telnets 992/tcp
telnets 992/udp
imaps 993/tcp # IMAP over SSL
imaps 993/udp # IMAP over SSL
ircs 994/tcp
ircs 994/udp
pop3s 995/tcp # POP-3 over SSL
pop3s 995/udp # POP-3 over SSL

#
# UNIX specific services
#
exec 512/tcp
biff 512/udp comsat
login 513/tcp
who 513/udp whod
shell 514/tcp cmd # no passwords used
syslog 514/udp
printer 515/tcp spooler # line printer spooler
printer 515/udp spooler # line printer spooler
talk 517/udp
ntalk 518/udp
utime 519/tcp unixtime
utime 519/udp unixtime
efs 520/tcp
router 520/udp route routed # RIP
ripng 521/tcp
ripng 521/udp
timed 525/tcp timeserver
timed 525/udp timeserver
tempo 526/tcp newdate
courier 530/tcp rpc
conference 531/tcp chat
netnews 532/tcp
netwall 533/udp # -for emergency broadcasts
uucp 540/tcp uucpd # uucp daemon
klogin 543/tcp # Kerberized `rlogin’ (v5)
kshell 544/tcp krcmd # Kerberized `rsh’ (v5)
afpovertcp 548/tcp # AFP over TCP
afpovertcp 548/udp # AFP over TCP
remotefs 556/tcp rfs_server rfs # Brunhoff remote filesystem

#
# From “PORT NUMBERS”:
#
#>REGISTERED PORT NUMBERS
#>
#>The Registered Ports are listed by the IANA and on most systems can be
#>used by ordinary user processes or programs executed by ordinary
#>users.
#>
#>Ports are used in the TCP [RFC793] to name the ends of logical
#>connections which carry long term conversations. For the purpose of
#>providing services to unknown callers, a service contact port is
#>defined. This list specifies the port used by the server process as
#>its contact port.
#>
#>The IANA registers uses of these ports as a convienence to the
#>community.
#
socks 1080/tcp # socks proxy server
socks 1080/udp # socks proxy server

# Port 1236 is registered as `bvcontrol’, but is also used by the
# Gracilis Packeten remote config server. The official name is listed as
# the primary name, with the unregistered name as an alias.
bvcontrol 1236/tcp rmtcfg # Daniel J. Walsh, Gracilis Packeten remote config server
bvcontrol 1236/udp # Daniel J. Walsh

h323hostcallsc 1300/tcp # H323 Host Call Secure
h323hostcallsc 1300/udp # H323 Host Call Secure
ms-sql-s 1433/tcp # Microsoft-SQL-Server
ms-sql-s 1433/udp # Microsoft-SQL-Server
ms-sql-m 1434/tcp # Microsoft-SQL-Monitor
ms-sql-m 1434/udp # Microsoft-SQL-Monitor
ica 1494/tcp # Citrix ICA Client
ica 1494/udp # Citrix ICA Client
wins 1512/tcp # Microsoft’s Windows Internet Name Service
wins 1512/udp # Microsoft’s Windows Internet Name Service
ingreslock 1524/tcp
ingreslock 1524/udp
prospero-np 1525/tcp # Prospero non-privileged
prospero-np 1525/udp
datametrics 1645/tcp old-radius # datametrics / old radius entry
datametrics 1645/udp old-radius # datametrics / old radius entry
sa-msg-port 1646/tcp old-radacct # sa-msg-port / old radacct entry
sa-msg-port 1646/udp old-radacct # sa-msg-port / old radacct entry
kermit 1649/tcp
kermit 1649/udp
l2tp 1701/tcp l2f
l2tp 1701/udp l2f
h323gatedisc 1718/tcp
h323gatedisc 1718/udp
h323gatestat 1719/tcp
h323gatestat 1719/udp
h323hostcall 1720/tcp
h323hostcall 1720/udp
tftp-mcast 1758/tcp
tftp-mcast 1758/udp
mtftp 1759/udp
hello 1789/tcp
hello 1789/udp
radius 1812/tcp # Radius
radius 1812/udp # Radius
radius-acct 1813/tcp radacct # Radius Accounting
radius-acct 1813/udp radacct # Radius Accounting
mtp 1911/tcp #
mtp 1911/udp #
hsrp 1985/tcp # Cisco Hot Standby Router Protocol
hsrp 1985/udp # Cisco Hot Standby Router Protocol
licensedaemon 1986/tcp
licensedaemon 1986/udp
gdp-port 1997/tcp # Cisco Gateway Discovery Protocol
gdp-port 1997/udp # Cisco Gateway Discovery Protocol
sieve 2000/tcp # Sieve Mail Filter Daemon
sieve 2000/udp # Sieve Mail Filter Daemon
nfs 2049/tcp nfsd
nfs 2049/udp nfsd
zephyr-srv 2102/tcp # Zephyr server
zephyr-srv 2102/udp # Zephyr server
zephyr-clt 2103/tcp # Zephyr serv-hm connection
zephyr-clt 2103/udp # Zephyr serv-hm connection
zephyr-hm 2104/tcp # Zephyr hostmanager
zephyr-hm 2104/udp # Zephyr hostmanager
cvspserver 2401/tcp # CVS client/server operations
cvspserver 2401/udp # CVS client/server operations
venus 2430/tcp # codacon port
venus 2430/udp # Venus callback/wbc interface
venus-se 2431/tcp # tcp side effects
venus-se 2431/udp # udp sftp side effect
codasrv 2432/tcp # not used
codasrv 2432/udp # server port
codasrv-se 2433/tcp # tcp side effects
codasrv-se 2433/udp # udp sftp side effectQ

# Ports numbered 2600 through 2606 are used by the zebra package without
# being registred. The primary names are the registered names, and the
# unregistered names used by zebra are listed as aliases.
hpstgmgr 2600/tcp zebrasrv # HPSTGMGR
hpstgmgr 2600/udp # HPSTGMGR
discp-client 2601/tcp zebra # discp client
discp-client 2601/udp # discp client
discp-server 2602/tcp ripd # discp server
discp-server 2602/udp # discp server
servicemeter 2603/tcp ripngd # Service Meter
servicemeter 2603/udp # Service Meter
nsc-ccs 2604/tcp ospfd # NSC CCS
nsc-ccs 2604/udp # NSC CCS
nsc-posa 2605/tcp bgpd # NSC POSA
nsc-posa 2605/udp # NSC POSA
netmon 2606/tcp ospf6d # Dell Netmon
netmon 2606/udp # Dell Netmon
dict 2628/tcp # RFC 2229
dict 2628/udp # RFC 2229
corbaloc 2809/tcp # CORBA naming service locator
icpv2 3130/tcp # Internet Cache Protocol V2 (Squid)
icpv2 3130/udp # Internet Cache Protocol V2 (Squid)
mysql 3306/tcp # MySQL
mysql 3306/udp # MySQL
trnsprntproxy 3346/tcp # Trnsprnt Proxy
trnsprntproxy 3346/udp # Trnsprnt Proxy
pxe 4011/udp # PXE server
fud 4201/udp # Cyrus IMAP FUD Daemon
rwhois 4321/tcp # Remote Who Is
rwhois 4321/udp # Remote Who Is
krb524 4444/tcp # Kerberos 5 to 4 ticket xlator
krb524 4444/udp # Kerberos 5 to 4 ticket xlator
rfe 5002/tcp # Radio Free Ethernet
rfe 5002/udp # Actually uses UDP only
cfengine 5308/tcp # CFengine
cfengine 5308/udp # CFengine
cvsup 5999/tcp CVSup # CVSup file transfer/John Polstra/FreeBSD
cvsup 5999/udp CVSup # CVSup file transfer/John Polstra/FreeBSD
x11 6000/tcp X # the X Window System
afs3-fileserver 7000/tcp # file server itself
afs3-fileserver 7000/udp # file server itself
afs3-callback 7001/tcp # callbacks to cache managers
afs3-callback 7001/udp # callbacks to cache managers
afs3-prserver 7002/tcp # users & groups database
afs3-prserver 7002/udp # users & groups database
afs3-vlserver 7003/tcp # volume location database
afs3-vlserver 7003/udp # volume location database
afs3-kaserver 7004/tcp # AFS/Kerberos authentication service
afs3-kaserver 7004/udp # AFS/Kerberos authentication service
afs3-volser 7005/tcp # volume managment server
afs3-volser 7005/udp # volume managment server
afs3-errors 7006/tcp # error interpretation service
afs3-errors 7006/udp # error interpretation service
afs3-bos 7007/tcp # basic overseer process
afs3-bos 7007/udp # basic overseer process
afs3-update 7008/tcp # server-to-server updater
afs3-update 7008/udp # server-to-server updater
afs3-rmtsys 7009/tcp # remote cache manager service
afs3-rmtsys 7009/udp # remote cache manager service
sd 9876/tcp # Session Director
sd 9876/udp # Session Director
amanda 10080/tcp # amanda backup services
amanda 10080/udp # amanda backup services
pgpkeyserver 11371/tcp # PGP/GPG public keyserver
pgpkeyserver 11371/udp # PGP/GPG public keyserver
h323callsigalt 11720/tcp # H323 Call Signal Alternate
h323callsigalt 11720/udp # H323 Call Signal Alternate

bprd 13720/tcp # BPRD (VERITAS NetBackup)
bprd 13720/udp # BPRD (VERITAS NetBackup)
bpdbm 13721/tcp # BPDBM (VERITAS NetBackup)
bpdbm 13721/udp # BPDBM (VERITAS NetBackup)
bpjava-msvc 13722/tcp # BP Java MSVC Protocol
bpjava-msvc 13722/udp # BP Java MSVC Protocol
vnetd 13724/tcp # Veritas Network Utility
vnetd 13724/udp # Veritas Network Utility
bpcd 13782/tcp # VERITAS NetBackup
bpcd 13782/udp # VERITAS NetBackup
vopied 13783/tcp # VOPIED Protocol
vopied 13783/udp # VOPIED Protocol

# This port is registered as wnn6, but also used under the unregistered name
# “wnn4″ by the FreeWnn package.
wnn6 22273/tcp wnn4
wnn6 22273/udp wnn4

quake 26000/tcp
quake 26000/udp
wnn6-ds 26208/tcp
wnn6-ds 26208/udp
traceroute 33434/tcp
traceroute 33434/udp

#
# Datagram Delivery Protocol services
#
rtmp 1/ddp # Routing Table Maintenance Protocol
nbp 2/ddp # Name Binding Protocol
echo 4/ddp # AppleTalk Echo Protocol
zip 6/ddp # Zone Information Protocol

#
# Kerberos (Project Athena/MIT) services
# Note that these are for Kerberos v4, and are unregistered/unofficial. Sites
# running v4 should uncomment these and comment out the v5 entries above.
#
kerberos_master 751/udp # Kerberos authentication
kerberos_master 751/tcp # Kerberos authentication
passwd_server 752/udp # Kerberos passwd server
krbupdate 760/tcp kreg # Kerberos registration
kpop 1109/tcp # Pop with Kerberos
knetd 2053/tcp # Kerberos de-multiplexor

#
# Kerberos 5 services, also not registered with IANA
#
krb5_prop 754/tcp # Kerberos slave propagation
eklogin 2105/tcp # Kerberos encrypted rlogin

#
# Unregistered but necessary(?) (for NetBSD) services
#
supfilesrv 871/tcp # SUP server
supfiledbg 1127/tcp # SUP debugging

#
# Unregistered but useful/necessary other services
#
netstat 15/tcp # (was once asssigned, no more)
linuxconf 98/tcp # Linuxconf HTML access
poppassd 106/tcp # Eudora
poppassd 106/udp # Eudora
smtps 465/tcp # SMTP over SSL (TLS)
gii 616/tcp # gated interactive interface
omirr 808/tcp omirrd # online mirror
omirr 808/udp omirrd # online mirror
swat 901/tcp # Samba Web Administration Tool
rndc 953/tcp # rndc control sockets (BIND 9)
rndc 953/udp # rndc control sockets (BIND 9)
skkserv 1178/tcp # SKK Japanese input method
xtel 1313/tcp # french minitel
support 1529/tcp prmsd gnatsd # GNATS, cygnus bug tracker
cfinger 2003/tcp # GNU Finger
ninstall 2150/tcp # ninstall service
ninstall 2150/udp # ninstall service
afbackup 2988/tcp # Afbackup system
afbackup 2988/udp # Afbackup system
squid 3128/tcp # squid web proxy
prsvp 3455/tcp # RSVP Port
prsvp 3455/udp # RSVP Port
distcc 3632/tcp # distcc
svn 3690/tcp # Subversion
svn 3690/udp # Subversion
postgres 5432/tcp # POSTGRES
postgres 5432/udp # POSTGRES
fax 4557/tcp # FAX transmission service (old)
hylafax 4559/tcp # HylaFAX client-server protocol (new)
sgi-dgl 5232/tcp # SGI Distributed Graphics
sgi-dgl 5232/udp
noclog 5354/tcp # noclogd with TCP (nocol)
noclog 5354/udp # noclogd with UDP (nocol)
hostmon 5355/tcp # hostmon uses TCP (nocol)
hostmon 5355/udp # hostmon uses TCP (nocol)
canna 5680/tcp
x11-ssh-offset 6010/tcp # SSH X11 forwarding offset
ircd 6667/tcp # Internet Relay Chat
ircd 6667/udp # Internet Relay Chat
xfs 7100/tcp # X font server
tircproxy 7666/tcp # Tircproxy
http-alt 8008/tcp
http-alt 8008/udp
webcache 8080/tcp # WWW caching service
webcache 8080/udp # WWW caching service
tproxy 8081/tcp # Transparent Proxy
tproxy 8081/udp # Transparent Proxy
jetdirect 9100/tcp laserjet hplj #
mandelspawn 9359/udp mandelbrot # network mandelbrot
kamanda 10081/tcp # amanda backup services (Kerberos)
kamanda 10081/udp # amanda backup services (Kerberos)
amandaidx 10082/tcp # amanda backup services
amidxtape 10083/tcp # amanda backup services
isdnlog 20011/tcp # isdn logging system
isdnlog 20011/udp # isdn logging system
vboxd 20012/tcp # voice box system
vboxd 20012/udp # voice box system
wnn4_Kr 22305/tcp # used by the kWnn package
wnn4_Cn 22289/tcp # used by the cWnn package
wnn4_Tw 22321/tcp # used by the tWnn package
binkp 24554/tcp # Binkley
binkp 24554/udp # Binkley
asp 27374/tcp # Address Search Protocol
asp 27374/udp # Address Search Protocol
tfido 60177/tcp # Ifmail
tfido 60177/udp # Ifmail
fido 60179/tcp # Ifmail
fido 60179/udp # Ifmail

# Updated additional list from IANA with all missing services 01/24/2006
compressnet 3/tcp # Compression Process
compressnet 3/udp # Compression Process
nsw-fe 27/tcp # NSW User System FE
nsw-fe 27/udp # NSW User System FE
msg-icp 29/tcp # MSG ICP
msg-icp 29/udp # MSG ICP
msg-auth 31/tcp # MSG Authentication
msg-auth 31/udp # MSG Authentication
dsp 33/tcp # Display Support Protocol
dsp 33/udp # Display Support Protocol
rap 38/tcp # Route Access Protocol
rap 38/udp # Route Access Protocol
graphics 41/tcp # Graphics
graphics 41/udp # Graphics
mpm-flags 44/tcp # MPM FLAGS Protocol
mpm-flags 44/udp # MPM FLAGS Protocol
mpm 45/tcp # Message Processing Module [recv]
mpm 45/udp # Message Processing Module [recv]
mpm-snd 46/tcp # MPM [default send]
mpm-snd 46/udp # MPM [default send]
ni-ftp 47/tcp # NI FTP
ni-ftp 47/udp # NI FTP
auditd 48/tcp # Digital Audit Daemon
auditd 48/udp # Digital Audit Daemon
la-maint 51/tcp # IMP Logical Address Maintenance
la-maint 51/udp # IMP Logical Address Maintenance
xns-time 52/tcp # XNS Time Protocol
xns-time 52/udp # XNS Time Protocol
xns-ch 54/tcp # XNS Clearinghouse
xns-ch 54/udp # XNS Clearinghouse
isi-gl 55/tcp # ISI Graphics Language
isi-gl 55/udp # ISI Graphics Language
xns-auth 56/tcp # XNS Authentication
xns-auth 56/udp # XNS Authentication
xns-mail 58/tcp # XNS Mail
xns-mail 58/udp # XNS Mail
ni-mail 61/tcp # NI MAIL
ni-mail 61/udp # NI MAIL
acas 62/tcp # ACA Services
acas 62/udp # ACA Services
covia 64/tcp # Communications Integrator (CI)
covia 64/udp # Communications Integrator (CI)
tacacs-ds 65/tcp # TACACS-Database Service
tacacs-ds 65/udp # TACACS-Database Service
sql*net 66/tcp # Oracle SQL*NET
sql*net 66/udp # Oracle SQL*NET
deos 76/tcp # Distributed External Object Store
deos 76/udp # Distributed External Object Store
vettcp 78/tcp # vettcp
vettcp 78/udp # vettcp
hosts2-ns 81/tcp # HOSTS2 Name Server
hosts2-ns 81/udp # HOSTS2 Name Server
xfer 82/tcp # XFER Utility
xfer 82/udp # XFER Utility
mit-ml-dev 83/tcp # MIT ML Device
mit-ml-dev 83/udp # MIT ML Device
ctf 84/tcp # Common Trace Facility
ctf 84/udp # Common Trace Facility
mfcobol 86/tcp # Micro Focus Cobol
mfcobol 86/udp # Micro Focus Cobol
su-mit-tg 89/tcp # SU/MIT Telnet Gateway
su-mit-tg 89/udp # SU/MIT Telnet Gateway
dnsix 90/tcp # DNSIX Securit Attribute Token Map
dnsix 90/udp # DNSIX Securit Attribute Token Map
mit-dov 91/tcp # MIT Dover Spooler
mit-dov 91/udp # MIT Dover Spooler
npp 92/tcp # Network Printing Protocol
npp 92/udp # Network Printing Protocol
dcp 93/tcp # Device Control Protocol
dcp 93/udp # Device Control Protocol
objcall 94/tcp # Tivoli Object Dispatcher
objcall 94/udp # Tivoli Object Dispatcher
dixie 96/tcp # DIXIE Protocol Specification
dixie 96/udp # DIXIE Protocol Specification
swift-rvf 97/tcp # Swift Remote Virtural File Protocol
swift-rvf 97/udp # Swift Remote Virtural File Protocol
metagram 99/tcp # Metagram Relay
metagram 99/udp # Metagram Relay
newacct 100/tcp # [unauthorized use]
gppitnp 103/tcp # Genesis Point-to-Point Trans Net
gppitnp 103/udp # Genesis Point-to-Point Trans Net
acr-nema 104/tcp # ACR-NEMA Digital Imag. & Comm. 300
acr-nema 104/udp # ACR-NEMA Digital Imag. & Comm. 300
snagas 108/tcp # SNA Gateway Access Server
snagas 108/udp # SNA Gateway Access Server
mcidas 112/tcp # McIDAS Data Transmission Protocol
mcidas 112/udp # McIDAS Data Transmission Protocol
ansanotify 116/tcp # ANSA REX Notify
ansanotify 116/udp # ANSA REX Notify
sqlserv 118/tcp # SQL Services
sqlserv 118/udp # SQL Services
cfdptkt 120/tcp # CFDPTKT
cfdptkt 120/udp # CFDPTKT
erpc 121/tcp # Encore Expedited Remote Pro.Call
erpc 121/udp # Encore Expedited Remote Pro.Call
smakynet 122/tcp # SMAKYNET
smakynet 122/udp # SMAKYNET
ansatrader 124/tcp # ANSA REX Trader
ansatrader 124/udp # ANSA REX Trader
locus-map 125/tcp # Locus PC-Interface Net Map Ser
locus-map 125/udp # Locus PC-Interface Net Map Ser
nxedit 126/tcp # NXEdit
nxedit 126/udp # NXEdit
locus-con 127/tcp # Locus PC-Interface Conn Server
locus-con 127/udp # Locus PC-Interface Conn Server
gss-xlicen 128/tcp # GSS X License Verification
gss-xlicen 128/udp # GSS X License Verification
pwdgen 129/tcp # Password Generator Protocol
pwdgen 129/udp # Password Generator Protocol
cisco-fna 130/tcp # cisco FNATIVE
cisco-fna 130/udp # cisco FNATIVE
cisco-tna 131/tcp # cisco TNATIVE
cisco-tna 131/udp # cisco TNATIVE
cisco-sys 132/tcp # cisco SYSMAINT
cisco-sys 132/udp # cisco SYSMAINT
statsrv 133/tcp # Statistics Service
statsrv 133/udp # Statistics Service
ingres-net 134/tcp # INGRES-NET Service
ingres-net 134/udp # INGRES-NET Service
epmap 135/tcp # DCE endpoint resolution
epmap 135/udp # DCE endpoint resolution
profile 136/tcp # PROFILE Naming System
profile 136/udp # PROFILE Naming System
emfis-data 140/tcp # EMFIS Data Service
emfis-data 140/udp # EMFIS Data Service
emfis-cntl 141/tcp # EMFIS Control Service
emfis-cntl 141/udp # EMFIS Control Service
bl-idm 142/tcp # Britton-Lee IDM
bl-idm 142/udp # Britton-Lee IDM
uma 144/tcp # Universal Management Architecture
uma 144/udp # Universal Management Architecture
uaac 145/tcp # UAAC Protocol
uaac 145/udp # UAAC Protocol
iso-tp0 146/tcp # ISO-IP0
iso-tp0 146/udp # ISO-IP0
iso-ip 147/tcp # ISO-IP
iso-ip 147/udp # ISO-IP
jargon 148/tcp # Jargon
jargon 148/udp # Jargon
aed-512 149/tcp # AED 512 Emulation Service
aed-512 149/udp # AED 512 Emulation Service
sql-net 150/tcp # SQL-NET
sql-net 150/udp # SQL-NET
hems 151/tcp # HEMS
hems 151/udp # HEMS
bftp 152/tcp # Background File Transfer Program
bftp 152/udp # Background File Transfer Program
sgmp 153/tcp # SGMP
sgmp 153/udp # SGMP
netsc-prod 154/tcp # NETSC
netsc-prod 154/udp # NETSC
netsc-dev 155/tcp # NETSC
netsc-dev 155/udp # NETSC
sqlsrv 156/tcp # SQL Service
sqlsrv 156/udp # SQL Service
knet-cmp 157/tcp # KNET/VM Command/Message Protocol
knet-cmp 157/udp # KNET/VM Command/Message Protocol
pcmail-srv 158/tcp # PCMail Server
pcmail-srv 158/udp # PCMail Server
nss-routing 159/tcp # NSS-Routing
nss-routing 159/udp # NSS-Routing
sgmp-traps 160/tcp # SGMP-TRAPS
sgmp-traps 160/udp # SGMP-TRAPS
xns-courier 165/tcp # Xerox
xns-courier 165/udp # Xerox
s-net 166/tcp # Sirius Systems
s-net 166/udp # Sirius Systems
namp 167/tcp # NAMP
namp 167/udp # NAMP
rsvd 168/tcp # RSVD
rsvd 168/udp # RSVD
send 169/tcp # SEND
send 169/udp # SEND
print-srv 170/tcp # Network PostScript
print-srv 170/udp # Network PostScript
multiplex 171/tcp # Network Innovations Multiplex
multiplex 171/udp # Network Innovations Multiplex
cl/1 172/tcp # Network Innovations CL/1
cl/1 172/udp # Network Innovations CL/1
xyplex-mux 173/tcp # Xyplex
xyplex-mux 173/udp # Xyplex
vmnet 175/tcp # VMNET
vmnet 175/udp # VMNET
genrad-mux 176/tcp # GENRAD-MUX
genrad-mux 176/udp # GENRAD-MUX
ris 180/tcp # Intergraph
ris 180/udp # Intergraph
unify 181/tcp # Unify
unify 181/udp # Unify
audit 182/tcp # Unisys Audit SITP
audit 182/udp # Unisys Audit SITP
ocbinder 183/tcp # OCBinder
ocbinder 183/udp # OCBinder
ocserver 184/tcp # OCServer
ocserver 184/udp # OCServer
remote-kis 185/tcp # Remote-KIS
remote-kis 185/udp # Remote-KIS
kis 186/tcp # KIS Protocol
kis 186/udp # KIS Protocol
aci 187/tcp # Application Communication Interface
aci 187/udp # Application Communication Interface
mumps 188/tcp # Plus Five’s MUMPS
mumps 188/udp # Plus Five’s MUMPS
qft 189/tcp # Queued File Transport
qft 189/udp # Queued File Transport
gacp 190/tcp # Gateway Access Control Protocol
gacp 190/udp # Gateway Access Control Protocol
osu-nms 192/tcp # OSU Network Monitoring System
osu-nms 192/udp # OSU Network Monitoring System
srmp 193/tcp # Spider Remote Monitoring Protocol
srmp 193/udp # Spider Remote Monitoring Protocol
dn6-nlm-aud 195/tcp # DNSIX Network Level Module Audit
dn6-nlm-aud 195/udp # DNSIX Network Level Module Audit
dn6-smm-red 196/tcp # DNSIX Session Mgt Module Audit Redir
dn6-smm-red 196/udp # DNSIX Session Mgt Module Audit Redir
dls 197/tcp # Directory Location Service
dls 197/udp # Directory Location Service
dls-mon 198/tcp # Directory Location Service Monitor
dls-mon 198/udp # Directory Location Service Monitor
src 200/tcp # IBM System Resource Controller
src 200/udp # IBM System Resource Controller
at-3 203/tcp # AppleTalk Unused
at-3 203/udp # AppleTalk Unused
at-5 205/tcp # AppleTalk Unused
at-5 205/udp # AppleTalk Unused
at-7 207/tcp # AppleTalk Unused
at-7 207/udp # AppleTalk Unused
at-8 208/tcp # AppleTalk Unused
at-8 208/udp # AppleTalk Unused
914c/g 211/tcp # Texas Instruments 914C/G Terminal
914c/g 211/udp # Texas Instruments 914C/G Terminal
anet 212/tcp # ATEXSSTR
anet 212/udp # ATEXSSTR
vmpwscs 214/tcp # VM PWSCS
vmpwscs 214/udp # VM PWSCS
softpc 215/tcp # Insignia Solutions
softpc 215/udp # Insignia Solutions
CAIlic 216/tcp # Computer Associates Int’l License Server
CAIlic 216/udp # Computer Associates Int’l License Server
dbase 217/tcp # dBASE Unix
dbase 217/udp # dBASE Unix
mpp 218/tcp # Netix Message Posting Protocol
mpp 218/udp # Netix Message Posting Protocol
uarps 219/tcp # Unisys ARPs
uarps 219/udp # Unisys ARPs
fln-spx 221/tcp # Berkeley rlogind with SPX auth
fln-spx 221/udp # Berkeley rlogind with SPX auth
rsh-spx 222/tcp # Berkeley rshd with SPX auth
rsh-spx 222/udp # Berkeley rshd with SPX auth
cdc 223/tcp # Certificate Distribution Center
cdc 223/udp # Certificate Distribution Center
masqdialer 224/tcp # masqdialer
masqdialer 224/udp # masqdialer
direct 242/tcp # Direct
direct 242/udp # Direct
sur-meas 243/tcp # Survey Measurement
sur-meas 243/udp # Survey Measurement
inbusiness 244/tcp # inbusiness
inbusiness 244/udp # inbusiness
dsp3270 246/tcp # Display Systems Protocol
dsp3270 246/udp # Display Systems Protocol
subntbcst_tftp 247/tcp # SUBNTBCST_TFTP
subntbcst_tftp 247/udp # SUBNTBCST_TFTP
bhfhs 248/tcp # bhfhs
bhfhs 248/udp # bhfhs
set 257/tcp # Secure Electronic Transaction
set 257/udp # Secure Electronic Transaction
yak-chat 258/tcp # Yak Winsock Personal Chat
yak-chat 258/udp # Yak Winsock Personal Chat
esro-gen 259/tcp # Efficient Short Remote Operations
esro-gen 259/udp # Efficient Short Remote Operations
openport 260/tcp # Openport
openport 260/udp # Openport
nsiiops 261/tcp # IIOP Name Service over TLS/SSL
nsiiops 261/udp # IIOP Name Service over TLS/SSL
arcisdms 262/tcp # Arcisdms
arcisdms 262/udp # Arcisdms
hdap 263/tcp # HDAP
hdap 263/udp # HDAP
bgmp 264/tcp # BGMP
bgmp 264/udp # BGMP
x-bone-ctl 265/tcp # X-Bone CTL
x-bone-ctl 265/udp # X-Bone CTL
sst 266/tcp # SCSI on ST
sst 266/udp # SCSI on ST
td-service 267/tcp # Tobit David Service Layer
td-service 267/udp # Tobit David Service Layer
td-replica 268/tcp # Tobit David Replica
td-replica 268/udp # Tobit David Replica
http-mgmt 280/tcp # http-mgmt
http-mgmt 280/udp # http-mgmt
personal-link 281/tcp # Personal Link
personal-link 281/udp # Personal Link
cableport-ax 282/tcp # Cable Port A/X
cableport-ax 282/udp # Cable Port A/X
rescap 283/tcp # rescap
rescap 283/udp # rescap
corerjd 284/tcp # corerjd
corerjd 284/udp # corerjd
fxp 286/tcp # FXP Communication
fxp 286/udp # FXP Communication
k-block 287/tcp # K-BLOCK
k-block 287/udp # K-BLOCK
novastorbakcup 308/tcp # Novastor Backup
novastorbakcup 308/udp # Novastor Backup
entrusttime 309/tcp # EntrustTime
entrusttime 309/udp # EntrustTime
bhmds 310/tcp # bhmds
bhmds 310/udp # bhmds
asip-webadmin 311/tcp # AppleShare IP WebAdmin
asip-webadmin 311/udp # AppleShare IP WebAdmin
vslmp 312/tcp # VSLMP
vslmp 312/udp # VSLMP
magenta-logic 313/tcp # Magenta Logic
magenta-logic 313/udp # Magenta Logic
opalis-robot 314/tcp # Opalis Robot
opalis-robot 314/udp # Opalis Robot
dpsi 315/tcp # DPSI
dpsi 315/udp # DPSI
decauth 316/tcp # decAuth
decauth 316/udp # decAuth
zannet 317/tcp # Zannet
zannet 317/udp # Zannet
pkix-timestamp 318/tcp # PKIX TimeStamp
pkix-timestamp 318/udp # PKIX TimeStamp
ptp-event 319/tcp # PTP Event
ptp-event 319/udp # PTP Event
ptp-general 320/tcp # PTP General
ptp-general 320/udp # PTP General
pip 321/tcp # PIP
pip 321/udp # PIP
rtsps 322/tcp # RTSPS
rtsps 322/udp # RTSPS
texar 333/tcp # Texar Security Port
texar 333/udp # Texar Security Port
pdap 344/tcp # Prospero Data Access Protocol
pdap 344/udp # Prospero Data Access Protocol
pawserv 345/tcp # Perf Analysis Workbench
pawserv 345/udp # Perf Analysis Workbench
zserv 346/tcp # Zebra server
zserv 346/udp # Zebra server
csi-sgwp 348/tcp # Cabletron Management Protocol
csi-sgwp 348/udp # Cabletron Management Protocol
mftp 349/tcp # mftp
mftp 349/udp # mftp
matip-type-a 350/tcp # MATIP Type A
matip-type-a 350/udp # MATIP Type A
matip-type-b 351/tcp # MATIP Type B
matip-type-b 351/udp # MATIP Type B
bhoetty 351/tcp # bhoetty (added 5/21/97)
bhoetty 351/udp # bhoetty
dtag-ste-sb 352/tcp # DTAG (assigned long ago)
dtag-ste-sb 352/udp # DTAG
bhoedap4 352/tcp # bhoedap4 (added 5/21/97)
bhoedap4 352/udp # bhoedap4
ndsauth 353/tcp # NDSAUTH
ndsauth 353/udp # NDSAUTH
bh611 354/tcp # bh611
bh611 354/udp # bh611
datex-asn 355/tcp # DATEX-ASN
datex-asn 355/udp # DATEX-ASN
cloanto-net-1 356/tcp # Cloanto Net 1
cloanto-net-1 356/udp # Cloanto Net 1
bhevent 357/tcp # bhevent
bhevent 357/udp # bhevent
shrinkwrap 358/tcp # Shrinkwrap
shrinkwrap 358/udp # Shrinkwrap
nsrmp 359/tcp # Network Security Risk Management Protocol
nsrmp 359/udp # Network Security Risk Management Protocol
scoi2odialog 360/tcp # scoi2odialog
scoi2odialog 360/udp # scoi2odialog
semantix 361/tcp # Semantix
semantix 361/udp # Semantix
srssend 362/tcp # SRS Send
srssend 362/udp # SRS Send
aurora-cmgr 364/tcp # Aurora CMGR
aurora-cmgr 364/udp # Aurora CMGR
dtk 365/tcp # DTK
dtk 365/udp # DTK
mortgageware 367/tcp # MortgageWare
mortgageware 367/udp # MortgageWare
qbikgdp 368/tcp # QbikGDP
qbikgdp 368/udp # QbikGDP
clearcase 371/tcp # Clearcase
clearcase 371/udp # Clearcase
legent-1 373/tcp # Legent Corporation
legent-1 373/udp # Legent Corporation
legent-2 374/tcp # Legent Corporation
legent-2 374/udp # Legent Corporation
hassle 375/tcp # Hassle
hassle 375/udp # Hassle
nip 376/tcp # Amiga Envoy Network Inquiry Proto
nip 376/udp # Amiga Envoy Network Inquiry Proto
tnETOS 377/tcp # NEC Corporation
tnETOS 377/udp # NEC Corporation
dsETOS 378/tcp # NEC Corporation
dsETOS 378/udp # NEC Corporation
is99c 379/tcp # TIA/EIA/IS-99 modem client
is99c 379/udp # TIA/EIA/IS-99 modem client
is99s 380/tcp # TIA/EIA/IS-99 modem server
is99s 380/udp # TIA/EIA/IS-99 modem server
hp-collector 381/tcp # hp performance data collector
hp-collector 381/udp # hp performance data collector
hp-managed-node 382/tcp # hp performance data managed node
hp-managed-node 382/udp # hp performance data managed node
hp-alarm-mgr 383/tcp # hp performance data alarm manager
hp-alarm-mgr 383/udp # hp performance data alarm manager
arns 384/tcp # A Remote Network Server System
arns 384/udp # A Remote Network Server System
ibm-app 385/tcp # IBM Application
ibm-app 385/udp # IBM Application
asa 386/tcp # ASA Message Router Object Def.
asa 386/udp # ASA Message Router Object Def.
aurp 387/tcp # Appletalk Update-Based Routing Pro.
aurp 387/udp # Appletalk Update-Based Routing Pro.
unidata-ldm 388/tcp # Unidata LDM
unidata-ldm 388/udp # Unidata LDM
uis 390/tcp # UIS
uis 390/udp # UIS
synotics-relay 391/tcp # SynOptics SNMP Relay Port
synotics-relay 391/udp # SynOptics SNMP Relay Port
synotics-broker 392/tcp # SynOptics Port Broker Port
synotics-broker 392/udp # SynOptics Port Broker Port
meta5 393/tcp # Meta5
meta5 393/udp # Meta5
embl-ndt 394/tcp # EMBL Nucleic Data Transfer
embl-ndt 394/udp # EMBL Nucleic Data Transfer
netcp 395/tcp # NETscout Control Protocol
netcp 395/udp # NETscout Control Protocol
netware-ip 396/tcp # Novell Netware over IP
netware-ip 396/udp # Novell Netware over IP
mptn 397/tcp # Multi Protocol Trans. Net.
mptn 397/udp # Multi Protocol Trans. Net.
kryptolan 398/tcp # Kryptolan
kryptolan 398/udp # Kryptolan
iso-tsap-c2 399/tcp # ISO Transport Class 2 Non-Control over TCP
iso-tsap-c2 399/udp # ISO Transport Class 2 Non-Control over UDP
work-sol 400/tcp # Workstation Solutions
work-sol 400/udp # Workstation Solutions
ups 401/tcp # Uninterruptible Power Supply
ups 401/udp # Uninterruptible Power Supply
genie 402/tcp # Genie Protocol
genie 402/udp # Genie Protocol
decap 403/tcp # decap
decap 403/udp # decap
nced 404/tcp # nced
nced 404/udp # nced
ncld 405/tcp # ncld
ncld 405/udp # ncld
imsp 406/tcp # Interactive Mail Support Protocol
imsp 406/udp # Interactive Mail Support Protocol
timbuktu 407/tcp # Timbuktu
timbuktu 407/udp # Timbuktu
prm-sm 408/tcp # Prospero Resource Manager Sys. Man.
prm-sm 408/udp # Prospero Resource Manager Sys. Man.
prm-nm 409/tcp # Prospero Resource Manager Node Man.
prm-nm 409/udp # Prospero Resource Manager Node Man.
decladebug 410/tcp # DECLadebug Remote Debug Protocol
decladebug 410/udp # DECLadebug Remote Debug Protocol
rmt 411/tcp # Remote MT Protocol
rmt 411/udp # Remote MT Protocol
synoptics-trap 412/tcp # Trap Convention Port
synoptics-trap 412/udp # Trap Convention Port
smsp 413/tcp # Storage Management Services Protocol
smsp 413/udp # Storage Management Services Protocol
infoseek 414/tcp # InfoSeek
infoseek 414/udp # InfoSeek
bnet 415/tcp # BNet
bnet 415/udp # BNet
silverplatter 416/tcp # Silverplatter
silverplatter 416/udp # Silverplatter
onmux 417/tcp # Onmux
onmux 417/udp # Onmux
hyper-g 418/tcp # Hyper-G
hyper-g 418/udp # Hyper-G
ariel1 419/tcp # Ariel 1
ariel1 419/udp # Ariel 1
smpte 420/tcp # SMPTE
smpte 420/udp # SMPTE
ariel2 421/tcp # Ariel 2
ariel2 421/udp # Ariel 2
ariel3 422/tcp # Ariel 3
ariel3 422/udp # Ariel 3
opc-job-start 423/tcp # IBM Operations Planning and Control Start
opc-job-start 423/udp # IBM Operations Planning and Control Start
opc-job-track 424/tcp # IBM Operations Planning and Control Track
opc-job-track 424/udp # IBM Operations Planning and Control Track
icad-el 425/tcp # ICAD
icad-el 425/udp # ICAD
smartsdp 426/tcp # smartsdp
smartsdp 426/udp # smartsdp
ocs_cmu 428/tcp # OCS_CMU
ocs_cmu 428/udp # OCS_CMU
ocs_amu 429/tcp # OCS_AMU
ocs_amu 429/udp # OCS_AMU
utmpsd 430/tcp # UTMPSD
utmpsd 430/udp # UTMPSD
utmpcd 431/tcp # UTMPCD
utmpcd 431/udp # UTMPCD
iasd 432/tcp # IASD
iasd 432/udp # IASD
nnsp 433/tcp # NNSP
nnsp 433/udp # NNSP
dna-cml 436/tcp # DNA-CML
dna-cml 436/udp # DNA-CML
comscm 437/tcp # comscm
comscm 437/udp # comscm
dsfgw 438/tcp # dsfgw
dsfgw 438/udp # dsfgw
dasp 439/tcp # dasp Thomas Obermair
dasp 439/udp # dasp tommy@inlab.m.eunet.de
sgcp 440/tcp # sgcp
sgcp 440/udp # sgcp
decvms-sysmgt 441/tcp # decvms-sysmgt
decvms-sysmgt 441/udp # decvms-sysmgt
cvc_hostd 442/tcp # cvc_hostd
cvc_hostd 442/udp # cvc_hostd
ddm-rdb 446/tcp # DDM-Remote Relational Database Access
ddm-rdb 446/udp # DDM-Remote Relational Database Access
ddm-dfm 447/tcp # DDM-Distributed File Management
ddm-dfm 447/udp # DDM-Distributed File Management
ddm-ssl 448/tcp # DDM-Remote DB Access Using Secure Sockets
ddm-ssl 448/udp # DDM-Remote DB Access Using Secure Sockets
as-servermap 449/tcp # AS Server Mapper
as-servermap 449/udp # AS Server Mapper
tserver 450/tcp # Computer Supported Telecomunication Applications
tserver 450/udp # Computer Supported Telecomunication Applications
sfs-smp-net 451/tcp # Cray Network Semaphore server
sfs-smp-net 451/udp # Cray Network Semaphore server
sfs-config 452/tcp # Cray SFS config server
sfs-config 452/udp # Cray SFS config server
creativeserver 453/tcp # CreativeServer
creativeserver 453/udp # CreativeServer
contentserver 454/tcp # ContentServer
contentserver 454/udp # ContentServer
creativepartnr 455/tcp # CreativePartnr
creativepartnr 455/udp # CreativePartnr
macon-tcp 456/tcp # macon-tcp
macon-udp 456/udp # macon-udp
scohelp 457/tcp # scohelp
scohelp 457/udp # scohelp
appleqtc 458/tcp # apple quick time
appleqtc 458/udp # apple quick time
ampr-rcmd 459/tcp # ampr-rcmd
ampr-rcmd 459/udp # ampr-rcmd
skronk 460/tcp # skronk
skronk 460/udp # skronk
datasurfsrv 461/tcp # DataRampSrv
datasurfsrv 461/udp # DataRampSrv
datasurfsrvsec 462/tcp # DataRampSrvSec
datasurfsrvsec 462/udp # DataRampSrvSec
alpes 463/tcp # alpes
alpes 463/udp # alpes
digital-vrc 466/tcp # digital-vrc
digital-vrc 466/udp # digital-vrc
mylex-mapd 467/tcp # mylex-mapd
mylex-mapd 467/udp # mylex-mapd
rcp 469/tcp # Radio Control Protocol
rcp 469/udp # Radio Control Protocol
scx-proxy 470/tcp # scx-proxy
scx-proxy 470/udp # scx-proxy
mondex 471/tcp # Mondex
mondex 471/udp # Mondex
ljk-login 472/tcp # ljk-login
ljk-login 472/udp # ljk-login
hybrid-pop 473/tcp # hybrid-pop
hybrid-pop 473/udp # hybrid-pop
tn-tl-w1 474/tcp # tn-tl-w1
tn-tl-w2 474/udp # tn-tl-w2
tcpnethaspsrv 475/tcp # tcpnethaspsrv
tcpnethaspsrv 475/udp # tcpnethaspsrv
tn-tl-fd1 476/tcp # tn-tl-fd1
tn-tl-fd1 476/udp # tn-tl-fd1
ss7ns 477/tcp # ss7ns
ss7ns 477/udp # ss7ns
spsc 478/tcp # spsc
spsc 478/udp # spsc
iafserver 479/tcp # iafserver
iafserver 479/udp # iafserver
iafdbase 480/tcp # iafdbase
iafdbase 480/udp # iafdbase
ph 481/tcp # Ph service
ph 481/udp # Ph service
bgs-nsi 482/tcp # bgs-nsi
bgs-nsi 482/udp # bgs-nsi
ulpnet 483/tcp # ulpnet
ulpnet 483/udp # ulpnet
integra-sme 484/tcp # Integra Software Management Environment
integra-sme 484/udp # Integra Software Management Environment
powerburst 485/tcp # Air Soft Power Burst
powerburst 485/udp # Air Soft Power Burst
avian 486/tcp # avian
avian 486/udp # avian
nest-protocol 489/tcp # nest-protocol
nest-protocol 489/udp # nest-protocol
micom-pfs 490/tcp # micom-pfs
micom-pfs 490/udp # micom-pfs
go-login 491/tcp # go-login
go-login 491/udp # go-login
ticf-1 492/tcp # Transport Independent Convergence for FNA
ticf-1 492/udp # Transport Independent Convergence for FNA
ticf-2 493/tcp # Transport Independent Convergence for FNA
ticf-2 493/udp # Transport Independent Convergence for FNA
pov-ray 494/tcp # POV-Ray
pov-ray 494/udp # POV-Ray
intecourier 495/tcp # intecourier
intecourier 495/udp # intecourier
dantz 497/tcp # dantz
dantz 497/udp # dantz
siam 498/tcp # siam
siam 498/udp # siam
iso-ill 499/tcp # ISO ILL Protocol
iso-ill 499/udp # ISO ILL Protocol
stmf 501/tcp # STMF
stmf 501/udp # STMF
asa-appl-proto 502/tcp # asa-appl-proto
asa-appl-proto 502/udp # asa-appl-proto
intrinsa 503/tcp # Intrinsa
intrinsa 503/udp # Intrinsa
citadel 504/tcp # citadel
citadel 504/udp # citadel
mailbox-lm 505/tcp # mailbox-lm
mailbox-lm 505/udp # mailbox-lm
ohimsrv 506/tcp # ohimsrv
ohimsrv 506/udp # ohimsrv
crs 507/tcp # crs
crs 507/udp # crs
xvttp 508/tcp # xvttp
xvttp 508/udp # xvttp
snare 509/tcp # snare
snare 509/udp # snare
fcp 510/tcp # FirstClass Protocol
fcp 510/udp # FirstClass Protocol
passgo 511/tcp # PassGo
passgo 511/udp # PassGo
videotex 516/tcp # videotex
videotex 516/udp # videotex
ulp 522/tcp # ULP
ulp 522/udp # ULP
ibm-db2 523/tcp # IBM-DB2
ibm-db2 523/udp # IBM-DB2
ncp 524/tcp # NCP
ncp 524/udp # NCP
stx 527/tcp # Stock IXChange
stx 527/udp # Stock IXChange
custix 528/tcp # Customer IXChange
custix 528/udp # Customer IXChange
irc-serv 529/tcp # IRC-SERV
irc-serv 529/udp # IRC-SERV
mm-admin 534/tcp # MegaMedia Admin
mm-admin 534/udp # MegaMedia Admin
opalis-rdv 536/tcp # opalis-rdv
opalis-rdv 536/udp # opalis-rdv
nmsp 537/tcp # Networked Media Streaming Protocol
nmsp 537/udp # Networked Media Streaming Protocol
apertus-ldp 539/tcp # Apertus Technologies Load Determination
apertus-ldp 539/udp # Apertus Technologies Load Determination
uucp-rlogin 541/tcp # uucp-rlogin
uucp-rlogin 541/udp # uucp-rlogin
commerce 542/tcp # commerce
commerce 542/udp # commerce
appleqtcsrvr 545/tcp # appleqtcsrvr
appleqtcsrvr 545/udp # appleqtcsrvr
idfp 549/tcp # IDFP
idfp 549/udp # IDFP
new-rwho 550/tcp # new-who
new-rwho 550/udp # new-who
cybercash 551/tcp # cybercash
cybercash 551/udp # cybercash
devshr-nts 552/tcp # DeviceShare
devshr-nts 552/udp # DeviceShare
pirp 553/tcp # pirp
pirp 553/udp # pirp
dsf 555/tcp
dsf 555/udp
openvms-sysipc 557/tcp # openvms-sysipc
openvms-sysipc 557/udp # openvms-sysipc
sdnskmp 558/tcp # SDNSKMP
sdnskmp 558/udp # SDNSKMP
teedtap 559/tcp # TEEDTAP
teedtap 559/udp # TEEDTAP
rmonitor 560/tcp # rmonitord
rmonitor 560/udp # rmonitord
monitor 561/tcp
monitor 561/udp
chshell 562/tcp # chcmd
chshell 562/udp # chcmd
9pfs 564/tcp # plan 9 file service
9pfs 564/udp # plan 9 file service
streettalk 566/tcp # streettalk
streettalk 566/udp # streettalk
banyan-rpc 567/tcp # banyan-rpc
banyan-rpc 567/udp # banyan-rpc
ms-shuttle 568/tcp # microsoft shuttle
ms-shuttle 568/udp # microsoft shuttle
ms-rome 569/tcp # microsoft rome
ms-rome 569/udp # microsoft rome
meter 570/tcp # demon
meter 570/udp # demon
meter 571/tcp # udemon
meter 571/udp # udemon
sonar 572/tcp # sonar
sonar 572/udp # sonar
banyan-vip 573/tcp # banyan-vip
banyan-vip 573/udp # banyan-vip
ftp-agent 574/tcp # FTP Software Agent System
ftp-agent 574/udp # FTP Software Agent System
vemmi 575/tcp # VEMMI
vemmi 575/udp # VEMMI
ipcd 576/tcp # ipcd
ipcd 576/udp # ipcd
vnas 577/tcp # vnas
vnas 577/udp # vnas
ipdd 578/tcp # ipdd
ipdd 578/udp # ipdd
decbsrv 579/tcp # decbsrv
decbsrv 579/udp # decbsrv
sntp-heartbeat 580/tcp # SNTP HEARTBEAT
sntp-heartbeat 580/udp # SNTP HEARTBEAT
bdp 581/tcp # Bundle Discovery Protocol
bdp 581/udp # Bundle Discovery Protocol
scc-security 582/tcp # SCC Security
scc-security 582/udp # SCC Security
philips-vc 583/tcp # Philips Video-Conferencing
philips-vc 583/udp # Philips Video-Conferencing
keyserver 584/tcp # Key Server
keyserver 584/udp # Key Server
imap4-ssl 585/tcp # IMAP4+SSL (use 993 instead)
imap4-ssl 585/udp # IMAP4+SSL (use 993 instead)
password-chg 586/tcp # Password Change
password-chg 586/udp # Password Change
cal 588/tcp # CAL
cal 588/udp # CAL
eyelink 589/tcp # EyeLink
eyelink 589/udp # EyeLink
tns-cml 590/tcp # TNS CML
tns-cml 590/udp # TNS CML
eudora-set 592/tcp # Eudora Set
eudora-set 592/udp # Eudora Set
http-rpc-epmap 593/tcp # HTTP RPC Ep Map
http-rpc-epmap 593/udp # HTTP RPC Ep Map
tpip 594/tcp # TPIP
tpip 594/udp # TPIP
cab-protocol 595/tcp # CAB Protocol
cab-protocol 595/udp # CAB Protocol
smsd 596/tcp # SMSD
smsd 596/udp # SMSD
ptcnameservice 597/tcp # PTC Name Service
ptcnameservice 597/udp # PTC Name Service
sco-websrvrmg3 598/tcp # SCO Web Server Manager 3
sco-websrvrmg3 598/udp # SCO Web Server Manager 3
acp 599/tcp # Aeolon Core Protocol
acp 599/udp # Aeolon Core Protocol
ipcserver 600/tcp # Sun IPC server
ipcserver 600/udp # Sun IPC server
syslog-conn 601/tcp # Reliable Syslog Service
syslog-conn 601/udp # Reliable Syslog Service
xmlrpc-beep 602/tcp # XML-RPC over BEEP
xmlrpc-beep 602/udp # XML-RPC over BEEP
idxp 603/tcp # IDXP
idxp 603/udp # IDXP
tunnel 604/tcp # TUNNEL
tunnel 604/udp # TUNNEL
soap-beep 605/tcp # SOAP over BEEP
soap-beep 605/udp # SOAP over BEEP
urm 606/tcp # Cray Unified Resource Manager
urm 606/udp # Cray Unified Resource Manager
nqs 607/tcp # nqs
nqs 607/udp # nqs
sift-uft 608/tcp # Sender-Initiated/Unsolicited File Transfer
sift-uft 608/udp # Sender-Initiated/Unsolicited File Transfer
npmp-trap 609/tcp # npmp-trap
npmp-trap 609/udp # npmp-trap
hmmp-op 613/tcp # HMMP Operation
hmmp-op 613/udp # HMMP Operation
sshell 614/tcp # SSLshell
sshell 614/udp # SSLshell
sco-inetmgr 615/tcp # Internet Configuration Manager
sco-inetmgr 615/udp # Internet Configuration Manager
sco-dtmgr 617/tcp # SCO Desktop Administration Server
sco-dtmgr 617/udp # SCO Desktop Administration Server
dei-icda 618/tcp # DEI-ICDA
dei-icda 618/udp # DEI-ICDA
compaq-evm 619/tcp # Compaq EVM
compaq-evm 619/udp # Compaq EVM
sco-websrvrmgr 620/tcp # SCO WebServer Manager
sco-websrvrmgr 620/udp # SCO WebServer Manager
escp-ip 621/tcp # ESCP
escp-ip 621/udp # ESCP
collaborator 622/tcp # Collaborator
collaborator 622/udp # Collaborator
asf-rmcp 623/tcp # ASF Remote Management and Control Protocol
asf-rmcp 623/udp # ASF Remote Management and Control Protocol
cryptoadmin 624/tcp # Crypto Admin
cryptoadmin 624/udp # Crypto Admin
dec_dlm 625/tcp # DEC DLM
dec_dlm 625/udp # DEC DLM
asia 626/tcp # ASIA
asia 626/udp # ASIA
passgo-tivoli 627/tcp # PassGo Tivoli
passgo-tivoli 627/udp # PassGo Tivoli
qmqp 628/tcp # QMQP
qmqp 628/udp # QMQP
3com-amp3 629/tcp # 3Com AMP3
3com-amp3 629/udp # 3Com AMP3
rda 630/tcp # RDA
rda 630/udp # RDA
bmpp 632/tcp # bmpp
bmpp 632/udp # bmpp
servstat 633/tcp # Service Status update (Sterling Software)
servstat 633/udp # Service Status update (Sterling Software)
ginad 634/tcp # ginad
ginad 634/udp # ginad
rlzdbase 635/tcp # RLZ DBase
rlzdbase 635/udp # RLZ DBase
lanserver 637/tcp # lanserver
lanserver 637/udp # lanserver
mcns-sec 638/tcp # mcns-sec
mcns-sec 638/udp # mcns-sec
msdp 639/tcp # MSDP
msdp 639/udp # MSDP
entrust-sps 640/tcp # entrust-sps
entrust-sps 640/udp # entrust-sps
repcmd 641/tcp # repcmd
repcmd 641/udp # repcmd
esro-emsdp 642/tcp # ESRO-EMSDP V1.3
esro-emsdp 642/udp # ESRO-EMSDP V1.3
sanity 643/tcp # SANity
sanity 643/udp # SANity
dwr 644/tcp # dwr
dwr 644/udp # dwr
pssc 645/tcp # PSSC
pssc 645/udp # PSSC
ldp 646/tcp # LDP
ldp 646/udp # LDP
dhcp-failover 647/tcp # DHCP Failover
dhcp-failover 647/udp # DHCP Failover
rrp 648/tcp # Registry Registrar Protocol (RRP)
rrp 648/udp # Registry Registrar Protocol (RRP)
cadview-3d 649/tcp # Cadview-3d – streaming 3d models over the internet
cadview-3d 649/udp # Cadview-3d – streaming 3d models over the internet
obex 650/tcp # OBEX
obex 650/udp # OBEX
ieee-mms 651/tcp # IEEE MMS
ieee-mms 651/udp # IEEE MMS
hello-port 652/tcp # HELLO_PORT
hello-port 652/udp # HELLO_PORT
repscmd 653/tcp # RepCmd
repscmd 653/udp # RepCmd
aodv 654/tcp # AODV
aodv 654/udp # AODV
tinc 655/tcp # TINC
tinc 655/udp # TINC
spmp 656/tcp # SPMP
spmp 656/udp # SPMP
rmc 657/tcp # RMC
rmc 657/udp # RMC
tenfold 658/tcp # TenFold
tenfold 658/udp # TenFold
mac-srvr-admin 660/tcp # MacOS Server Admin
mac-srvr-admin 660/udp # MacOS Server Admin
hap 661/tcp # HAP
hap 661/udp # HAP
pftp 662/tcp # PFTP
pftp 662/udp # PFTP
purenoise 663/tcp # PureNoise
purenoise 663/udp # PureNoise
asf-secure-rmcp 664/tcp # ASF Secure Remote Management and Control Protocol
asf-secure-rmcp 664/udp # ASF Secure Remote Management and Control Protocol
sun-dr 665/tcp # Sun DR
sun-dr 665/udp # Sun DR
mdqs 666/tcp
mdqs 666/udp
doom 666/tcp # doom Id Software
doom 666/udp # doom Id Software
disclose 667/tcp # campaign contribution disclosures – SDR Technologies
disclose 667/udp # campaign contribution disclosures – SDR Technologies
mecomm 668/tcp # MeComm
mecomm 668/udp # MeComm
meregister 669/tcp # MeRegister
meregister 669/udp # MeRegister
vacdsm-sws 670/tcp # VACDSM-SWS
vacdsm-sws 670/udp # VACDSM-SWS
vacdsm-app 671/tcp # VACDSM-APP
vacdsm-app 671/udp # VACDSM-APP
vpps-qua 672/tcp # VPPS-QUA
vpps-qua 672/udp # VPPS-QUA
cimplex 673/tcp # CIMPLEX
cimplex 673/udp # CIMPLEX
dctp 675/tcp # DCTP
dctp 675/udp # DCTP
vpps-via 676/tcp # VPPS Via
vpps-via 676/udp # VPPS Via
vpp 677/tcp # Virtual Presence Protocol
vpp 677/udp # Virtual Presence Protocol
ggf-ncp 678/tcp # GNU Generation Foundation NCP
ggf-ncp 678/udp # GNU Generation Foundation NCP
mrm 679/tcp # MRM
mrm 679/udp # MRM
entrust-aaas 680/tcp # entrust-aaas
entrust-aaas 680/udp # entrust-aaas
entrust-aams 681/tcp # entrust-aams
entrust-aams 681/udp # entrust-aams
xfr 682/tcp # XFR
xfr 682/udp # XFR
corba-iiop 683/tcp # CORBA IIOP
corba-iiop 683/udp # CORBA IIOP
corba-iiop-ssl 684/tcp # CORBA IIOP SSL
corba-iiop-ssl 684/udp # CORBA IIOP SSL
mdc-portmapper 685/tcp # MDC Port Mapper
mdc-portmapper 685/udp # MDC Port Mapper
hcp-wismar 686/tcp # Hardware Control Protocol Wismar
hcp-wismar 686/udp # Hardware Control Protocol Wismar
asipregistry 687/tcp # asipregistry
asipregistry 687/udp # asipregistry
realm-rusd 688/tcp # ApplianceWare managment protocol
realm-rusd 688/udp # ApplianceWare managment protocol
nmap 689/tcp # NMAP
nmap 689/udp # NMAP
vatp 690/tcp # VATP
vatp 690/udp # VATP
msexch-routing 691/tcp # MS Exchange Routing
msexch-routing 691/udp # MS Exchange Routing
hyperwave-isp 692/tcp # Hyperwave-ISP
hyperwave-isp 692/udp # Hyperwave-ISP
connendp 693/tcp # connendp
connendp 693/udp # connendp
ieee-mms-ssl 695/tcp # IEEE-MMS-SSL
ieee-mms-ssl 695/udp # IEEE-MMS-SSL
rushd 696/tcp # RUSHD
rushd 696/udp # RUSHD
uuidgen 697/tcp # UUIDGEN
uuidgen 697/udp # UUIDGEN
olsr 698/tcp # OLSR
olsr 698/udp # OLSR
accessnetwork 699/tcp # Access Network
accessnetwork 699/udp # Access Network
epp 700/tcp # Extensible Provisioning Protocol
epp 700/udp # Extensible Provisioning Protocol
lmp 701/tcp # Link Management Protocol (LMP)
lmp 701/udp # Link Management Protocol (LMP)
iris-beep 702/tcp # IRIS over BEEP
iris-beep 702/udp # IRIS over BEEP
elcsd 704/tcp # errlog copy/server daemon
elcsd 704/udp # errlog copy/server daemon
agentx 705/tcp # AgentX
agentx 705/udp # AgentX
silc 706/tcp # SILC
silc 706/udp # SILC
borland-dsj 707/tcp # Borland DSJ
borland-dsj 707/udp # Borland DSJ
entrust-kmsh 709/tcp # Entrust Key Management Service Handler
entrust-kmsh 709/udp # Entrust Key Management Service Handler
entrust-ash 710/tcp # Entrust Administration Service Handler
entrust-ash 710/udp # Entrust Administration Service Handler
cisco-tdp 711/tcp # Cisco TDP
cisco-tdp 711/udp # Cisco TDP
tbrpf 712/tcp # TBRPF
tbrpf 712/udp # TBRPF
netviewdm1 729/tcp # IBM NetView DM/6000 Server/Client
netviewdm1 729/udp # IBM NetView DM/6000 Server/Client
netviewdm2 730/tcp # IBM NetView DM/6000 send/tcp
netviewdm2 730/udp # IBM NetView DM/6000 send/tcp
netviewdm3 731/tcp # IBM NetView DM/6000 receive/tcp
netviewdm3 731/udp # IBM NetView DM/6000 receive/tcp
netgw 741/tcp # netGW
netgw 741/udp # netGW
netrcs 742/tcp # Network based Rev. Cont. Sys.
netrcs 742/udp # Network based Rev. Cont. Sys.
flexlm 744/tcp # Flexible License Manager
flexlm 744/udp # Flexible License Manager
fujitsu-dev 747/tcp # Fujitsu Device Control
fujitsu-dev 747/udp # Fujitsu Device Control
ris-cm 748/tcp # Russell Info Sci Calendar Manager
ris-cm 748/udp # Russell Info Sci Calendar Manager
rrh 753/tcp
rrh 753/udp
nlogin 758/tcp
nlogin 758/udp
con 759/tcp
con 759/udp
rxe 761/tcp
rxe 761/udp
quotad 762/tcp
quotad 762/udp
cycleserv 763/tcp
cycleserv 763/udp
omserv 764/tcp
omserv 764/udp
vid 769/tcp
vid 769/udp
cadlock 770/tcp
cadlock 770/udp
rtip 771/tcp
rtip 771/udp
cycleserv2 772/tcp
cycleserv2 772/udp
submit 773/tcp
notify 773/udp
rpasswd 774/tcp
acmaint_dbd 774/udp
entomb 775/tcp
acmaint_transd 775/udp
wpages 776/tcp
wpages 776/udp
multiling-http 777/tcp # Multiling HTTP
multiling-http 777/udp # Multiling HTTP
wpgs 780/tcp
wpgs 780/udp
mdbs_daemon 800/tcp
mdbs_daemon 800/udp
device 801/tcp
device 801/udp
fcp-udp 810/tcp # FCP
fcp-udp 810/udp # FCP Datagram
itm-mcell-s 828/tcp # itm-mcell-s
itm-mcell-s 828/udp # itm-mcell-s
pkix-3-ca-ra 829/tcp # PKIX-3 CA/RA
pkix-3-ca-ra 829/udp # PKIX-3 CA/RA
dhcp-failover2 847/tcp # dhcp-failover 2
dhcp-failover2 847/udp # dhcp-failover 2
gdoi 848/tcp # GDOI
gdoi 848/udp # GDOI
iscsi 860/tcp # iSCSI
iscsi 860/udp # iSCSI
iclcnet-locate 886/tcp # ICL coNETion locate server
iclcnet-locate 886/udp # ICL coNETion locate server
iclcnet_svinfo 887/tcp # ICL coNETion server info
iclcnet_svinfo 887/udp # ICL coNETion server info
accessbuilder 888/tcp # AccessBuilder
accessbuilder 888/udp # AccessBuilder
cddbp 888/tcp # CD Database Protocol
omginitialrefs 900/tcp # OMG Initial Refs
omginitialrefs 900/udp # OMG Initial Refs
ideafarm-chat 902/tcp # IDEAFARM-CHAT
ideafarm-chat 902/udp # IDEAFARM-CHAT
ideafarm-catch 903/tcp # IDEAFARM-CATCH
ideafarm-catch 903/udp # IDEAFARM-CATCH
xact-backup 911/tcp # xact-backup
xact-backup 911/udp # xact-backup
apex-mesh 912/tcp # APEX relay-relay service
apex-mesh 912/udp # APEX relay-relay service
apex-edge 913/tcp # APEX endpoint-relay service
apex-edge 913/udp # APEX endpoint-relay service
ftps-data 989/tcp # ftp protocol, data, over TLS/SSL
ftps-data 989/udp # ftp protocol, data, over TLS/SSL
ftps 990/tcp # ftp protocol, control, over TLS/SSL
ftps 990/udp # ftp protocol, control, over TLS/SSL
nas 991/tcp # Netnews Administration System
nas 991/udp # Netnews Administration System
vsinet 996/tcp # vsinet
vsinet 996/udp # vsinet
maitrd 997/tcp
maitrd 997/udp
busboy 998/tcp
puparp 998/udp
garcon 999/tcp
applix 999/udp # Applix ac
puprouter 999/tcp
puprouter 999/udp
cadlock2 1000/tcp
cadlock2 1000/udp
surf 1010/tcp # surf
surf 1010/udp # surf
blackjack 1025/tcp # network blackjack
blackjack 1025/udp # network blackjack
cap 1026/tcp # Calender Access Protocol
cap 1026/udp # Calender Access Protocol
solid-mux 1029/tcp # Solid Mux Server
solid-mux 1029/udp # Solid Mux Server
iad1 1030/tcp # BBN IAD
iad1 1030/udp # BBN IAD
iad2 1031/tcp # BBN IAD
iad2 1031/udp # BBN IAD
iad3 1032/tcp # BBN IAD
iad3 1032/udp # BBN IAD
netinfo-local 1033/tcp # local netinfo port
netinfo-local 1033/udp # local netinfo port
activesync 1034/tcp # ActiveSync Notifications
activesync 1034/udp # ActiveSync Notifications
mxxrlogin 1035/tcp # MX-XR RPC
mxxrlogin 1035/udp # MX-XR RPC
nsstp 1036/tcp # Nebula Secure Segment Transfer Protocol
nsstp 1036/udp # Nebula Secure Segment Transfer Protocol
ams 1037/tcp # AMS
ams 1037/udp # AMS
mtqp 1038/tcp # Message Tracking Query Protocol
mtqp 1038/udp # Message Tracking Query Protocol
sbl 1039/tcp # Streamlined Blackhole
sbl 1039/udp # Streamlined Blackhole
netarx 1040/tcp # Netarx
netarx 1040/udp # Netarx
danf-ak2 1041/tcp # AK2 Product
danf-ak2 1041/udp # AK2 Product
afrog 1042/tcp # Subnet Roaming
afrog 1042/udp # Subnet Roaming
boinc-client 1043/tcp # BOINC Client Control
boinc-client 1043/udp # BOINC Client Control
dcutility 1044/tcp # Dev Consortium Utility
dcutility 1044/udp # Dev Consortium Utility
fpitp 1045/tcp # Fingerprint Image Transfer Protocol
fpitp 1045/udp # Fingerprint Image Transfer Protocol
wfremotertm 1046/tcp # WebFilter Remote Monitor
wfremotertm 1046/udp # WebFilter Remote Monitor
neod1 1047/tcp # Sun’s NEO Object Request Broker
neod1 1047/udp # Sun’s NEO Object Request Broker
neod2 1048/tcp # Sun’s NEO Object Request Broker
neod2 1048/udp # Sun’s NEO Object Request Broker
td-postman 1049/tcp # Tobit David Postman VPMN
td-postman 1049/udp # Tobit David Postman VPMN
cma 1050/tcp # CORBA Management Agent
cma 1050/udp # CORBA Management Agent
optima-vnet 1051/tcp # Optima VNET
optima-vnet 1051/udp # Optima VNET
ddt 1052/tcp # Dynamic DNS Tools
ddt 1052/udp # Dynamic DNS Tools
remote-as 1053/tcp # Remote Assistant (RA)
remote-as 1053/udp # Remote Assistant (RA)
brvread 1054/tcp # BRVREAD
brvread 1054/udp # BRVREAD
ansyslmd 1055/tcp # ANSYS – License Manager
ansyslmd 1055/udp # ANSYS – License Manager
vfo 1056/tcp # VFO
vfo 1056/udp # VFO
startron 1057/tcp # STARTRON
startron 1057/udp # STARTRON
nim 1058/tcp # nim
nim 1058/udp # nim
nimreg 1059/tcp # nimreg
nimreg 1059/udp # nimreg
polestar 1060/tcp # POLESTAR
polestar 1060/udp # POLESTAR
kiosk 1061/tcp # KIOSK
kiosk 1061/udp # KIOSK
veracity 1062/tcp # Veracity
veracity 1062/udp # Veracity
kyoceranetdev 1063/tcp # KyoceraNetDev
kyoceranetdev 1063/udp # KyoceraNetDev
jstel 1064/tcp # JSTEL
jstel 1064/udp # JSTEL
syscomlan 1065/tcp # SYSCOMLAN
syscomlan 1065/udp # SYSCOMLAN
fpo-fns 1066/tcp # FPO-FNS
fpo-fns 1066/udp # FPO-FNS
instl_boots 1067/tcp # Installation Bootstrap Proto. Serv.
instl_boots 1067/udp # Installation Bootstrap Proto. Serv.
instl_bootc 1068/tcp # Installation Bootstrap Proto. Cli.
instl_bootc 1068/udp # Installation Bootstrap Proto. Cli.
cognex-insight 1069/tcp # COGNEX-INSIGHT
cognex-insight 1069/udp # COGNEX-INSIGHT
gmrupdateserv 1070/tcp # GMRUpdateSERV
gmrupdateserv 1070/udp # GMRUpdateSERV
bsquare-voip 1071/tcp # BSQUARE-VOIP
bsquare-voip 1071/udp # BSQUARE-VOIP
cardax 1072/tcp # CARDAX
cardax 1072/udp # CARDAX
bridgecontrol 1073/tcp # Bridge Control
bridgecontrol 1073/udp # Bridge Control
fastechnologlm 1074/tcp # FASTechnologies License Manager
fastechnologlm 1074/udp # FASTechnologies License Manager
rdrmshc 1075/tcp # RDRMSHC
rdrmshc 1075/udp # RDRMSHC
dab-sti-c 1076/tcp # DAB STI-C
dab-sti-c 1076/udp # DAB STI-C
imgames 1077/tcp # IMGames
imgames 1077/udp # IMGames
avocent-proxy 1078/tcp # Avocent Proxy Protocol
avocent-proxy 1078/udp # Avocent Proxy Protocol
asprovatalk 1079/tcp # ASPROVATalk
asprovatalk 1079/udp # ASPROVATalk
pvuniwien 1081/tcp # PVUNIWIEN
pvuniwien 1081/udp # PVUNIWIEN
amt-esd-prot 1082/tcp # AMT-ESD-PROT
amt-esd-prot 1082/udp # AMT-ESD-PROT
ansoft-lm-1 1083/tcp # Anasoft License Manager
ansoft-lm-1 1083/udp # Anasoft License Manager
ansoft-lm-2 1084/tcp # Anasoft License Manager
ansoft-lm-2 1084/udp # Anasoft License Manager
webobjects 1085/tcp # Web Objects
webobjects 1085/udp # Web Objects
cplscrambler-lg 1086/tcp # CPL Scrambler Logging
cplscrambler-lg 1086/udp # CPL Scrambler Logging
cplscrambler-in 1087/tcp # CPL Scrambler Internal
cplscrambler-in 1087/udp # CPL Scrambler Internal
cplscrambler-al 1088/tcp # CPL Scrambler Alarm Log
cplscrambler-al 1088/udp # CPL Scrambler Alarm Log
ff-annunc 1089/tcp # FF Annunciation
ff-annunc 1089/udp # FF Annunciation
ff-fms 1090/tcp # FF Fieldbus Message Specification
ff-fms 1090/udp # FF Fieldbus Message Specification
ff-sm 1091/tcp # FF System Management
ff-sm 1091/udp # FF System Management
obrpd 1092/tcp # Open Business Reporting Protocol
obrpd 1092/udp # Open Business Reporting Protocol
proofd 1093/tcp # PROOFD
proofd 1093/udp # PROOFD
rootd 1094/tcp # ROOTD
rootd 1094/udp # ROOTD
nicelink 1095/tcp # NICELink
nicelink 1095/udp # NICELink
cnrprotocol 1096/tcp # Common Name Resolution Protocol
cnrprotocol 1096/udp # Common Name Resolution Protocol
sunclustermgr 1097/tcp # Sun Cluster Manager
sunclustermgr 1097/udp # Sun Cluster Manager
rmiactivation 1098/tcp # RMI Activation
rmiactivation 1098/udp # RMI Activation
rmiregistry 1099/tcp # RMI Registry
rmiregistry 1099/udp # RMI Registry
mctp 1100/tcp # MCTP
mctp 1100/udp # MCTP
pt2-discover 1101/tcp # PT2-DISCOVER
pt2-discover 1101/udp # PT2-DISCOVER
adobeserver-1 1102/tcp # ADOBE SERVER 1
adobeserver-1 1102/udp # ADOBE SERVER 1
adobeserver-2 1103/tcp # ADOBE SERVER 2
adobeserver-2 1103/udp # ADOBE SERVER 2
xrl 1104/tcp # XRL
xrl 1104/udp # XRL
ftranhc 1105/tcp # FTRANHC
ftranhc 1105/udp # FTRANHC
isoipsigport-1 1106/tcp # ISOIPSIGPORT-1
isoipsigport-1 1106/udp # ISOIPSIGPORT-1
isoipsigport-2 1107/tcp # ISOIPSIGPORT-2
isoipsigport-2 1107/udp # ISOIPSIGPORT-2
ratio-adp 1108/tcp # ratio-adp
ratio-adp 1108/udp # ratio-adp
nfsd-status 1110/tcp # Cluster status info
nfsd-keepalive 1110/udp # Client status info
lmsocialserver 1111/tcp # LM Social Server
lmsocialserver 1111/udp # LM Social Server
icp 1112/tcp # Intelligent Communication Protocol
icp 1112/udp # Intelligent Communication Protocol
ltp-deepspace 1113/tcp # Licklider Transmission Pr
ltp-deepspace 1113/udp # Licklider Transmission Pr
mini-sql 1114/tcp # Mini SQL
mini-sql 1114/udp # Mini SQL
ardus-trns 1115/tcp # ARDUS Transfer
ardus-trns 1115/udp # ARDUS Transfer
ardus-cntl 1116/tcp # ARDUS Control
ardus-cntl 1116/udp # ARDUS Control
ardus-mtrns 1117/tcp # ARDUS Multicast Transfer
ardus-mtrns 1117/udp # ARDUS Multicast Transfer
sacred 1118/tcp # SACRED
sacred 1118/udp # SACRED
bnetgame 1119/tcp # Battle.net Chat/Game Protocol
bnetgame 1119/udp # Battle.net Chat/Game Protocol
bnetfile 1120/tcp # Battle.net File Transfer Protocol
bnetfile 1120/udp # Battle.net File Transfer Protocol
rmpp 1121/tcp # Datalode RMPP
rmpp 1121/udp # Datalode RMPP
availant-mgr 1122/tcp # availant-mgr
availant-mgr 1122/udp # availant-mgr
murray 1123/tcp # Murray
murray 1123/udp # Murray
hpvmmcontrol 1124/tcp # HP VMM Control
hpvmmcontrol 1124/udp # HP VMM Control
hpvmmagent 1125/tcp # HP VMM Agent
hpvmmagent 1125/udp # HP VMM Agent
hpvmmdata 1126/tcp # HP VMM Agent
hpvmmdata 1126/udp # HP VMM Agent
autonoc 1140/tcp # AutoNOC Network Operations Protocol
autonoc 1140/udp # AutoNOC Network Operations Protocol
mxomss 1141/tcp # User Message Service
mxomss 1141/udp # User Message Service
edtools 1142/tcp # User Discovery Service
edtools 1142/udp # User Discovery Service
fuscript 1144/tcp # Fusion Script
fuscript 1144/udp # Fusion Script
x9-icue 1145/tcp # X9 iCue Show Control
x9-icue 1145/udp # X9 iCue Show Control
audit-transfer 1146/tcp # audit transfer
audit-transfer 1146/udp # audit transfer
capioverlan 1147/tcp # CAPIoverLAN
capioverlan 1147/udp # CAPIoverLAN
elfiq-repl 1148/tcp # Elfiq Replication Service
elfiq-repl 1148/udp # Elfiq Replication Service
bvtsonar 1149/tcp # BVT Sonar Service
bvtsonar 1149/udp # BVT Sonar Service
blaze 1150/tcp # Blaze File Server
blaze 1150/udp # Blaze File Server
unizensus 1151/tcp # Unizensus Login Server
unizensus 1151/udp # Unizensus Login Server
winpoplanmess 1152/tcp # Winpopup LAN Messenger
winpoplanmess 1152/udp # Winpopup LAN Messenger
c1222-acse 1153/tcp # ANSI C12.22 Port
c1222-acse 1153/udp # ANSI C12.22 Port
resacommunity 1154/tcp # Community Service
resacommunity 1154/udp # Community Service
nfa 1155/tcp # Network File Access
nfa 1155/udp # Network File Access
iascontrol-oms 1156/tcp # iasControl OMS
iascontrol-oms 1156/udp # iasControl OMS
iascontrol 1157/tcp # Oracle iASControl
iascontrol 1157/udp # Oracle iASControl
dbcontrol-oms 1158/tcp # dbControl OMS
dbcontrol-oms 1158/udp # dbControl OMS
oracle-oms 1159/tcp # Oracle OMS
oracle-oms 1159/udp # Oracle OMS
olsv 1160/tcp # DB Lite Mult-User Server
olsv 1160/udp # DB Lite Mult-User Server
health-polling 1161/tcp # Health Polling
health-polling 1161/udp # Health Polling
health-trap 1162/tcp # Health Trap
health-trap 1162/udp # Health Trap
sddp 1163/tcp # SmartDialer Data Protocol
sddp 1163/udp # SmartDialer Data Protocol
qsm-proxy 1164/tcp # QSM Proxy Service
qsm-proxy 1164/udp # QSM Proxy Service
qsm-gui 1165/tcp # QSM GUI Service
qsm-gui 1165/udp # QSM GUI Service
qsm-remote 1166/tcp # QSM RemoteExec
qsm-remote 1166/udp # QSM RemoteExec
vchat 1168/tcp # VChat Conference Service
vchat 1168/udp # VChat Conference Service
tripwire 1169/tcp # TRIPWIRE
tripwire 1169/udp # TRIPWIRE
atc-lm 1170/tcp # AT+C License Manager
atc-lm 1170/udp # AT+C License Manager
atc-appserver 1171/tcp # AT+C FmiApplicationServer
atc-appserver 1171/udp # AT+C FmiApplicationServer
dnap 1172/tcp # DNA Protocol
dnap 1172/udp # DNA Protocol
d-cinema-rrp 1173/tcp # D-Cinema Request-Response
d-cinema-rrp 1173/udp # D-Cinema Request-Response
fnet-remote-ui 1174/tcp # FlashNet Remote Admin
fnet-remote-ui 1174/udp # FlashNet Remote Admin
dossier 1175/tcp # Dossier Server
dossier 1175/udp # Dossier Server
indigo-server 1176/tcp # Indigo Home Server
indigo-server 1176/udp # Indigo Home Server
dkmessenger 1177/tcp # DKMessenger Protocol
dkmessenger 1177/udp # DKMessenger Protocol
b2n 1179/tcp # Backup To Neighbor
b2n 1179/udp # Backup To Neighbor
mc-client 1180/tcp # Millicent Client Proxy
mc-client 1180/udp # Millicent Client Proxy
3comnetman 1181/tcp # 3Com Net Management
3comnetman 1181/udp # 3Com Net Management
accelenet 1182/tcp # AcceleNet Control
accelenet 1182/udp # AcceleNet Control
llsurfup-http 1183/tcp # LL Surfup HTTP
llsurfup-http 1183/udp # LL Surfup HTTP
llsurfup-https 1184/tcp # LL Surfup HTTPS
llsurfup-https 1184/udp # LL Surfup HTTPS
catchpole 1185/tcp # Catchpole port
catchpole 1185/udp # Catchpole port
mysql-cluster 1186/tcp # MySQL Cluster Manager
mysql-cluster 1186/udp # MySQL Cluster Manager
alias 1187/tcp # Alias Service
alias 1187/udp # Alias Service
hp-webadmin 1188/tcp # HP Web Admin
hp-webadmin 1188/udp # HP Web Admin
unet 1189/tcp # Unet Connection
unet 1189/udp # Unet Connection
commlinx-avl 1190/tcp # CommLinx GPS / AVL System
commlinx-avl 1190/udp # CommLinx GPS / AVL System
gpfs 1191/tcp # General Parallel File System
gpfs 1191/udp # General Parallel File System
caids-sensor 1192/tcp # caids sensors channel
caids-sensor 1192/udp # caids sensors channel
fiveacross 1193/tcp # Five Across Server
fiveacross 1193/udp # Five Across Server
openvpn 1194/tcp # OpenVPN
openvpn 1194/udp # OpenVPN
rsf-1 1195/tcp # RSF-1 clustering
rsf-1 1195/udp # RSF-1 clustering
netmagic 1196/tcp # Network Magic
netmagic 1196/udp # Network Magic
carrius-rshell 1197/tcp # Carrius Remote Access
carrius-rshell 1197/udp # Carrius Remote Access
cajo-discovery 1198/tcp # cajo reference discovery
cajo-discovery 1198/udp # cajo reference discovery
dmidi 1199/tcp # DMIDI
dmidi 1199/udp # DMIDI
scol 1200/tcp # SCOL
scol 1200/udp # SCOL
nucleus-sand 1201/tcp # Nucleus Sand
nucleus-sand 1201/udp # Nucleus Sand
caiccipc 1202/tcp # caiccipc
caiccipc 1202/udp # caiccipc
ssslic-mgr 1203/tcp # License Validation
ssslic-mgr 1203/udp # License Validation
ssslog-mgr 1204/tcp # Log Request Listener
ssslog-mgr 1204/udp # Log Request Listener
accord-mgc 1205/tcp # Accord-MGC
accord-mgc 1205/udp # Accord-MGC
anthony-data 1206/tcp # Anthony Data
anthony-data 1206/udp # Anthony Data
metasage 1207/tcp # MetaSage
metasage 1207/udp # MetaSage
seagull-ais 1208/tcp # SEAGULL AIS
seagull-ais 1208/udp # SEAGULL AIS
ipcd3 1209/tcp # IPCD3
ipcd3 1209/udp # IPCD3
eoss 1210/tcp # EOSS
eoss 1210/udp # EOSS
groove-dpp 1211/tcp # Groove DPP
groove-dpp 1211/udp # Groove DPP
lupa 1212/tcp # lupa
lupa 1212/udp # lupa
mpc-lifenet 1213/tcp # MPC LIFENET
mpc-lifenet 1213/udp # MPC LIFENET
kazaa 1214/tcp # KAZAA
kazaa 1214/udp # KAZAA
scanstat-1 1215/tcp # scanSTAT 1.0
scanstat-1 1215/udp # scanSTAT 1.0
etebac5 1216/tcp # ETEBAC 5
etebac5 1216/udp # ETEBAC 5
hpss-ndapi 1217/tcp # HPSS-NDAPI
hpss-ndapi 1217/udp # HPSS-NDAPI
aeroflight-ads 1218/tcp # AeroFlight-ADs
aeroflight-ads 1218/udp # AeroFlight-ADs
aeroflight-ret 1219/tcp # AeroFlight-Ret
aeroflight-ret 1219/udp # AeroFlight-Ret
qt-serveradmin 1220/tcp # QT SERVER ADMIN
qt-serveradmin 1220/udp # QT SERVER ADMIN
sweetware-apps 1221/tcp # SweetWARE Apps
sweetware-apps 1221/udp # SweetWARE Apps
nerv 1222/tcp # SNI R&D network
nerv 1222/udp # SNI R&D network
tgp 1223/tcp # TGP
tgp 1223/udp # TGP
vpnz 1224/tcp # VPNz
vpnz 1224/udp # VPNz
slinkysearch 1225/tcp # SLINKYSEARCH
slinkysearch 1225/udp # SLINKYSEARCH
stgxfws 1226/tcp # STGXFWS
stgxfws 1226/udp # STGXFWS
dns2go 1227/tcp # DNS2Go
dns2go 1227/udp # DNS2Go
florence 1228/tcp # FLORENCE
florence 1228/udp # FLORENCE
novell-zfs 1229/tcp # Novell ZFS
novell-zfs 1229/udp # Novell ZFS
periscope 1230/tcp # Periscope
periscope 1230/udp # Periscope
menandmice-lpm 1231/tcp # menandmice-lpm
menandmice-lpm 1231/udp # menandmice-lpm
univ-appserver 1233/tcp # Universal App Server
univ-appserver 1233/udp # Universal App Server
search-agent 1234/tcp # Infoseek Search Agent
search-agent 1234/udp # Infoseek Search Agent
mosaicsyssvc1 1235/tcp # mosaicsyssvc1
mosaicsyssvc1 1235/udp # mosaicsyssvc1
tsdos390 1237/tcp # tsdos390
tsdos390 1237/udp # tsdos390
hacl-qs 1238/tcp # hacl-qs
hacl-qs 1238/udp # hacl-qs
nmsd 1239/tcp # NMSD
nmsd 1239/udp # NMSD
instantia 1240/tcp # Instantia
instantia 1240/udp # Instantia
nessus 1241/tcp # nessus
nessus 1241/udp # nessus
nmasoverip 1242/tcp # NMAS over IP
nmasoverip 1242/udp # NMAS over IP
serialgateway 1243/tcp # SerialGateway
serialgateway 1243/udp # SerialGateway
isbconference1 1244/tcp # isbconference1
isbconference1 1244/udp # isbconference1
isbconference2 1245/tcp # isbconference2
isbconference2 1245/udp # isbconference2
payrouter 1246/tcp # payrouter
payrouter 1246/udp # payrouter
visionpyramid 1247/tcp # VisionPyramid
visionpyramid 1247/udp # VisionPyramid
hermes 1248/tcp # hermes
hermes 1248/udp # hermes
mesavistaco 1249/tcp # Mesa Vista Co
mesavistaco 1249/udp # Mesa Vista Co
swldy-sias 1250/tcp # swldy-sias
swldy-sias 1250/udp # swldy-sias
servergraph 1251/tcp # servergraph
servergraph 1251/udp # servergraph
bspne-pcc 1252/tcp # bspne-pcc
bspne-pcc 1252/udp # bspne-pcc
q55-pcc 1253/tcp # q55-pcc
q55-pcc 1253/udp # q55-pcc
de-noc 1254/tcp # de-noc
de-noc 1254/udp # de-noc
de-cache-query 1255/tcp # de-cache-query
de-cache-query 1255/udp # de-cache-query
de-server 1256/tcp # de-server
de-server 1256/udp # de-server
shockwave2 1257/tcp # Shockwave 2
shockwave2 1257/udp # Shockwave 2
opennl 1258/tcp # Open Network Library
opennl 1258/udp # Open Network Library
opennl-voice 1259/tcp # Open Network Library Voice
opennl-voice 1259/udp # Open Network Library Voice
ibm-ssd 1260/tcp # ibm-ssd
ibm-ssd 1260/udp # ibm-ssd
mpshrsv 1261/tcp # mpshrsv
mpshrsv 1261/udp # mpshrsv
qnts-orb 1262/tcp # QNTS-ORB
qnts-orb 1262/udp # QNTS-ORB
dka 1263/tcp # dka
dka 1263/udp # dka
prat 1264/tcp # PRAT
prat 1264/udp # PRAT
dssiapi 1265/tcp # DSSIAPI
dssiapi 1265/udp # DSSIAPI
dellpwrappks 1266/tcp # DELLPWRAPPKS
dellpwrappks 1266/udp # DELLPWRAPPKS
epc 1267/tcp # eTrust Policy Compliance
epc 1267/udp # eTrust Policy Compliance
propel-msgsys 1268/tcp # PROPEL-MSGSYS
propel-msgsys 1268/udp # PROPEL-MSGSYS
watilapp 1269/tcp # WATiLaPP
watilapp 1269/udp # WATiLaPP
opsmgr 1270/tcp # Microsoft Operations Manager
opsmgr 1270/udp # Microsoft Operations Manager
excw 1271/tcp # eXcW
excw 1271/udp # eXcW
cspmlockmgr 1272/tcp # CSPMLockMgr
cspmlockmgr 1272/udp # CSPMLockMgr
emc-gateway 1273/tcp # EMC-Gateway
emc-gateway 1273/udp # EMC-Gateway
t1distproc 1274/tcp # t1distproc
t1distproc 1274/udp # t1distproc
ivcollector 1275/tcp # ivcollector
ivcollector 1275/udp # ivcollector
ivmanager 1276/tcp # ivmanager
ivmanager 1276/udp # ivmanager
miva-mqs 1277/tcp # mqs
miva-mqs 1277/udp # mqs
dellwebadmin-1 1278/tcp # Dell Web Admin 1
dellwebadmin-1 1278/udp # Dell Web Admin 1
dellwebadmin-2 1279/tcp # Dell Web Admin 2
dellwebadmin-2 1279/udp # Dell Web Admin 2
pictrography 1280/tcp # Pictrography
pictrography 1280/udp # Pictrography
healthd 1281/tcp # healthd
healthd 1281/udp # healthd
emperion 1282/tcp # Emperion
emperion 1282/udp # Emperion
productinfo 1283/tcp # ProductInfo
productinfo 1283/udp # ProductInfo
iee-qfx 1284/tcp # IEE-QFX
iee-qfx 1284/udp # IEE-QFX
neoiface 1285/tcp # neoiface
neoiface 1285/udp # neoiface
netuitive 1286/tcp # netuitive
netuitive 1286/udp # netuitive
routematch 1287/tcp # RouteMatch Com
routematch 1287/udp # RouteMatch Com
navbuddy 1288/tcp # NavBuddy
navbuddy 1288/udp # NavBuddy
jwalkserver 1289/tcp # JWalkServer
jwalkserver 1289/udp # JWalkServer
winjaserver 1290/tcp # WinJaServer
winjaserver 1290/udp # WinJaServer
seagulllms 1291/tcp # SEAGULLLMS
seagulllms 1291/udp # SEAGULLLMS
dsdn 1292/tcp # dsdn
dsdn 1292/udp # dsdn
pkt-krb-ipsec 1293/tcp # PKT-KRB-IPSec
pkt-krb-ipsec 1293/udp # PKT-KRB-IPSec
cmmdriver 1294/tcp # CMMdriver
cmmdriver 1294/udp # CMMdriver
ehtp 1295/tcp # End-by-Hop Transmission Protocol
ehtp 1295/udp # End-by-Hop Transmission Protocol
dproxy 1296/tcp # dproxy
dproxy 1296/udp # dproxy
sdproxy 1297/tcp # sdproxy
sdproxy 1297/udp # sdproxy
lpcp 1298/tcp # lpcp
lpcp 1298/udp # lpcp
hp-sci 1299/tcp # hp-sci
hp-sci 1299/udp # hp-sci
ci3-software-1 1301/tcp # CI3-Software-1
ci3-software-1 1301/udp # CI3-Software-1
ci3-software-2 1302/tcp # CI3-Software-2
ci3-software-2 1302/udp # CI3-Software-2
sftsrv 1303/tcp # sftsrv
sftsrv 1303/udp # sftsrv
boomerang 1304/tcp # Boomerang
boomerang 1304/udp # Boomerang
pe-mike 1305/tcp # pe-mike
pe-mike 1305/udp # pe-mike
re-conn-proto 1306/tcp # RE-Conn-Proto
re-conn-proto 1306/udp # RE-Conn-Proto
pacmand 1307/tcp # Pacmand
pacmand 1307/udp # Pacmand
odsi 1308/tcp # Optical Domain Service Interconnect (ODSI)
odsi 1308/udp # Optical Domain Service Interconnect (ODSI)
jtag-server 1309/tcp # JTAG server
jtag-server 1309/udp # JTAG server
husky 1310/tcp # Husky
husky 1310/udp # Husky
rxmon 1311/tcp # RxMon
rxmon 1311/udp # RxMon
sti-envision 1312/tcp # STI Envision
sti-envision 1312/udp # STI Envision
pdps 1314/tcp # Photoscript Distributed Printing System
pdps 1314/udp # Photoscript Distributed Printing System
els 1315/tcp # E.L.S., Event Listener Service
els 1315/udp # E.L.S., Event Listener Service
exbit-escp 1316/tcp # Exbit-ESCP
exbit-escp 1316/udp # Exbit-ESCP
vrts-ipcserver 1317/tcp # vrts-ipcserver
vrts-ipcserver 1317/udp # vrts-ipcserver
krb5gatekeeper 1318/tcp # krb5gatekeeper
krb5gatekeeper 1318/udp # krb5gatekeeper
panja-icsp 1319/tcp # Panja-ICSP
panja-icsp 1319/udp # Panja-ICSP
panja-axbnet 1320/tcp # Panja-AXBNET
panja-axbnet 1320/udp # Panja-AXBNET
novation 1322/tcp # Novation
novation 1322/udp # Novation
brcd 1323/tcp # brcd
brcd 1323/udp # brcd
delta-mcp 1324/tcp # delta-mcp
delta-mcp 1324/udp # delta-mcp
dx-instrument 1325/tcp # DX-Instrument
dx-instrument 1325/udp # DX-Instrument
wimsic 1326/tcp # WIMSIC
wimsic 1326/udp # WIMSIC
ultrex 1327/tcp # Ultrex
ultrex 1327/udp # Ultrex
ewall 1328/tcp # EWALL
ewall 1328/udp # EWALL
netdb-export 1329/tcp # netdb-export
netdb-export 1329/udp # netdb-export
streetperfect 1330/tcp # StreetPerfect
streetperfect 1330/udp # StreetPerfect
intersan 1331/tcp # intersan
intersan 1331/udp # intersan
pcia-rxp-b 1332/tcp # PCIA RXP-B
pcia-rxp-b 1332/udp # PCIA RXP-B
passwrd-policy 1333/tcp # Password Policy
passwrd-policy 1333/udp # Password Policy
writesrv 1334/tcp # writesrv
writesrv 1334/udp # writesrv
digital-notary 1335/tcp # Digital Notary Protocol
digital-notary 1335/udp # Digital Notary Protocol
ischat 1336/tcp # Instant Service Chat
ischat 1336/udp # Instant Service Chat
menandmice-dns 1337/tcp # menandmice DNS
menandmice-dns 1337/udp # menandmice DNS
wmc-log-svc 1338/tcp # WMC-log-svr
wmc-log-svc 1338/udp # WMC-log-svr
kjtsiteserver 1339/tcp # kjtsiteserver
kjtsiteserver 1339/udp # kjtsiteserver
naap 1340/tcp # NAAP
naap 1340/udp # NAAP
qubes 1341/tcp # QuBES
qubes 1341/udp # QuBES
esbroker 1342/tcp # ESBroker
esbroker 1342/udp # ESBroker
re101 1343/tcp # re101
re101 1343/udp # re101
icap 1344/tcp # ICAP
icap 1344/udp # ICAP
vpjp 1345/tcp # VPJP
vpjp 1345/udp # VPJP
alta-ana-lm 1346/tcp # Alta Analytics License Manager
alta-ana-lm 1346/udp # Alta Analytics License Manager
bbn-mmc 1347/tcp # multi media conferencing
bbn-mmc 1347/udp # multi media conferencing
bbn-mmx 1348/tcp # multi media conferencing
bbn-mmx 1348/udp # multi media conferencing
sbook 1349/tcp # Registration Network Protocol
sbook 1349/udp # Registration Network Protocol
editbench 1350/tcp # Registration Network Protocol
editbench 1350/udp # Registration Network Protocol
equationbuilder 1351/tcp # Digital Tool Works (MIT)
equationbuilder 1351/udp # Digital Tool Works (MIT)
lotusnote 1352/tcp # Lotus Note
lotusnote 1352/udp # Lotus Note
relief 1353/tcp # Relief Consulting
relief 1353/udp # Relief Consulting
XSIP-network 1354/tcp # Five Across XSIP Network
XSIP-network 1354/udp # Five Across XSIP Network
intuitive-edge 1355/tcp # Intuitive Edge
intuitive-edge 1355/udp # Intuitive Edge
cuillamartin 1356/tcp # CuillaMartin Company
cuillamartin 1356/udp # CuillaMartin Company
pegboard 1357/tcp # Electronic PegBoard
pegboard 1357/udp # Electronic PegBoard
connlcli 1358/tcp # CONNLCLI
connlcli 1358/udp # CONNLCLI
ftsrv 1359/tcp # FTSRV
ftsrv 1359/udp # FTSRV
mimer 1360/tcp # MIMER
mimer 1360/udp # MIMER
linx 1361/tcp # LinX
linx 1361/udp # LinX
timeflies 1362/tcp # TimeFlies
timeflies 1362/udp # TimeFlies
ndm-requester 1363/tcp # Network DataMover Requester
ndm-requester 1363/udp # Network DataMover Requester
ndm-server 1364/tcp # Network DataMover Server
ndm-server 1364/udp # Network DataMover Server
adapt-sna 1365/tcp # Network Software Associates
adapt-sna 1365/udp # Network Software Associates
netware-csp 1366/tcp # Novell NetWare Comm Service Platform
netware-csp 1366/udp # Novell NetWare Comm Service Platform
dcs 1367/tcp # DCS
dcs 1367/udp # DCS
screencast 1368/tcp # ScreenCast
screencast 1368/udp # ScreenCast
gv-us 1369/tcp # GlobalView to Unix Shell
gv-us 1369/udp # GlobalView to Unix Shell
us-gv 1370/tcp # Unix Shell to GlobalView
us-gv 1370/udp # Unix Shell to GlobalView
fc-cli 1371/tcp # Fujitsu Config Protocol
fc-cli 1371/udp # Fujitsu Config Protocol
fc-ser 1372/tcp # Fujitsu Config Protocol
fc-ser 1372/udp # Fujitsu Config Protocol
chromagrafx 1373/tcp # Chromagrafx
chromagrafx 1373/udp # Chromagrafx
molly 1374/tcp # EPI Software Systems
molly 1374/udp # EPI Software Systems
bytex 1375/tcp # Bytex
bytex 1375/udp # Bytex
ibm-pps 1376/tcp # IBM Person to Person Software
ibm-pps 1376/udp # IBM Person to Person Software
cichlid 1377/tcp # Cichlid License Manager
cichlid 1377/udp # Cichlid License Manager
elan 1378/tcp # Elan License Manager
elan 1378/udp # Elan License Manager
dbreporter 1379/tcp # Integrity Solutions
dbreporter 1379/udp # Integrity Solutions
telesis-licman 1380/tcp # Telesis Network License Manager
telesis-licman 1380/udp # Telesis Network License Manager
apple-licman 1381/tcp # Apple Network License Manager
apple-licman 1381/udp # Apple Network License Manager
udt_os 1382/tcp # udt_os
udt_os 1382/udp # udt_os
gwha 1383/tcp # GW Hannaway Network License Manager
gwha 1383/udp # GW Hannaway Network License Manager
os-licman 1384/tcp # Objective Solutions License Manager
os-licman 1384/udp # Objective Solutions License Manager
atex_elmd 1385/tcp # Atex Publishing License Manager
atex_elmd 1385/udp # Atex Publishing License Manager
checksum 1386/tcp # CheckSum License Manager
checksum 1386/udp # CheckSum License Manager
cadsi-lm 1387/tcp # Computer Aided Design Software Inc LM
cadsi-lm 1387/udp # Computer Aided Design Software Inc LM
objective-dbc 1388/tcp # Objective Solutions DataBase Cache
objective-dbc 1388/udp # Objective Solutions DataBase Cache
iclpv-dm 1389/tcp # Document Manager
iclpv-dm 1389/udp # Document Manager
iclpv-sc 1390/tcp # Storage Controller
iclpv-sc 1390/udp # Storage Controller
iclpv-sas 1391/tcp # Storage Access Server
iclpv-sas 1391/udp # Storage Access Server
iclpv-pm 1392/tcp # Print Manager
iclpv-pm 1392/udp # Print Manager
iclpv-nls 1393/tcp # Network Log Server
iclpv-nls 1393/udp # Network Log Server
iclpv-nlc 1394/tcp # Network Log Client
iclpv-nlc 1394/udp # Network Log Client
iclpv-wsm 1395/tcp # PC Workstation Manager software
iclpv-wsm 1395/udp # PC Workstation Manager software
dvl-activemail 1396/tcp # DVL Active Mail
dvl-activemail 1396/udp # DVL Active Mail
audio-activmail 1397/tcp # Audio Active Mail
audio-activmail 1397/udp # Audio Active Mail
video-activmail 1398/tcp # Video Active Mail
video-activmail 1398/udp # Video Active Mail
cadkey-licman 1399/tcp # Cadkey License Manager
cadkey-licman 1399/udp # Cadkey License Manager
cadkey-tablet 1400/tcp # Cadkey Tablet Daemon
cadkey-tablet 1400/udp # Cadkey Tablet Daemon
goldleaf-licman 1401/tcp # Goldleaf License Manager
goldleaf-licman 1401/udp # Goldleaf License Manager
prm-sm-np 1402/tcp # Prospero Resource Manager
prm-sm-np 1402/udp # Prospero Resource Manager
prm-nm-np 1403/tcp # Prospero Resource Manager
prm-nm-np 1403/udp # Prospero Resource Manager
igi-lm 1404/tcp # Infinite Graphics License Manager
igi-lm 1404/udp # Infinite Graphics License Manager
ibm-res 1405/tcp # IBM Remote Execution Starter
ibm-res 1405/udp # IBM Remote Execution Starter
netlabs-lm 1406/tcp # NetLabs License Manager
netlabs-lm 1406/udp # NetLabs License Manager
dbsa-lm 1407/tcp # DBSA License Manager
dbsa-lm 1407/udp # DBSA License Manager
sophia-lm 1408/tcp # Sophia License Manager
sophia-lm 1408/udp # Sophia License Manager
here-lm 1409/tcp # Here License Manager
here-lm 1409/udp # Here License Manager
hiq 1410/tcp # HiQ License Manager
hiq 1410/udp # HiQ License Manager
af 1411/tcp # AudioFile
af 1411/udp # AudioFile
innosys 1412/tcp # InnoSys
innosys 1412/udp # InnoSys
innosys-acl 1413/tcp # Innosys-ACL
innosys-acl 1413/udp # Innosys-ACL
ibm-mqseries 1414/tcp # IBM MQSeries
ibm-mqseries 1414/udp # IBM MQSeries
dbstar 1415/tcp # DBStar
dbstar 1415/udp # DBStar
novell-lu6.2 1416/tcp # Novell LU6.2
novell-lu6.2 1416/udp # Novell LU6.2
timbuktu-srv1 1417/tcp # Timbuktu Service 1 Port
timbuktu-srv1 1417/udp # Timbuktu Service 1 Port
timbuktu-srv2 1418/tcp # Timbuktu Service 2 Port
timbuktu-srv2 1418/udp # Timbuktu Service 2 Port
timbuktu-srv3 1419/tcp # Timbuktu Service 3 Port
timbuktu-srv3 1419/udp # Timbuktu Service 3 Port
timbuktu-srv4 1420/tcp # Timbuktu Service 4 Port
timbuktu-srv4 1420/udp # Timbuktu Service 4 Port
gandalf-lm 1421/tcp # Gandalf License Manager
gandalf-lm 1421/udp # Gandalf License Manager
autodesk-lm 1422/tcp # Autodesk License Manager
autodesk-lm 1422/udp # Autodesk License Manager
essbase 1423/tcp # Essbase Arbor Software
essbase 1423/udp # Essbase Arbor Software
hybrid 1424/tcp # Hybrid Encryption Protocol
hybrid 1424/udp # Hybrid Encryption Protocol
zion-lm 1425/tcp # Zion Software License Manager
zion-lm 1425/udp # Zion Software License Manager
sais 1426/tcp # Satellite-data Acquisition System 1
sais 1426/udp # Satellite-data Acquisition System 1
mloadd 1427/tcp # mloadd monitoring tool
mloadd 1427/udp # mloadd monitoring tool
informatik-lm 1428/tcp # Informatik License Manager
informatik-lm 1428/udp # Informatik License Manager
nms 1429/tcp # Hypercom NMS
nms 1429/udp # Hypercom NMS
tpdu 1430/tcp # Hypercom TPDU
tpdu 1430/udp # Hypercom TPDU
rgtp 1431/tcp # Reverse Gossip Transport
rgtp 1431/udp # Reverse Gossip Transport
blueberry-lm 1432/tcp # Blueberry Software License Manager
blueberry-lm 1432/udp # Blueberry Software License Manager
ibm-cics 1435/tcp # IBM CICS
ibm-cics 1435/udp # IBM CICS
saism 1436/tcp # Satellite-data Acquisition System 2
saism 1436/udp # Satellite-data Acquisition System 2
tabula 1437/tcp # Tabula
tabula 1437/udp # Tabula
eicon-server 1438/tcp # Eicon Security Agent/Server
eicon-server 1438/udp # Eicon Security Agent/Server
eicon-x25 1439/tcp # Eicon X25/SNA Gateway
eicon-x25 1439/udp # Eicon X25/SNA Gateway
eicon-slp 1440/tcp # Eicon Service Location Protocol
eicon-slp 1440/udp # Eicon Service Location Protocol
cadis-1 1441/tcp # Cadis License Management
cadis-1 1441/udp # Cadis License Management
cadis-2 1442/tcp # Cadis License Management
cadis-2 1442/udp # Cadis License Management
ies-lm 1443/tcp # Integrated Engineering Software
ies-lm 1443/udp # Integrated Engineering Software
marcam-lm 1444/tcp # Marcam License Management
marcam-lm 1444/udp # Marcam License Management
proxima-lm 1445/tcp # Proxima License Manager
proxima-lm 1445/udp # Proxima License Manager
ora-lm 1446/tcp # Optical Research Associates License Manager
ora-lm 1446/udp # Optical Research Associates License Manager
apri-lm 1447/tcp # Applied Parallel Research LM
apri-lm 1447/udp # Applied Parallel Research LM
oc-lm 1448/tcp # OpenConnect License Manager
oc-lm 1448/udp # OpenConnect License Manager
peport 1449/tcp # PEport
peport 1449/udp # PEport
dwf 1450/tcp # Tandem Distributed Workbench Facility
dwf 1450/udp # Tandem Distributed Workbench Facility
infoman 1451/tcp # IBM Information Management
infoman 1451/udp # IBM Information Management
gtegsc-lm 1452/tcp # GTE Government Systems License Man
gtegsc-lm 1452/udp # GTE Government Systems License Man
genie-lm 1453/tcp # Genie License Manager
genie-lm 1453/udp # Genie License Manager
interhdl_elmd 1454/tcp # interHDL License Manager
interhdl_elmd 1454/udp # interHDL License Manager
esl-lm 1455/tcp # ESL License Manager
esl-lm 1455/udp # ESL License Manager
dca 1456/tcp # DCA
dca 1456/udp # DCA
valisys-lm 1457/tcp # Valisys License Manager
valisys-lm 1457/udp # Valisys License Manager
nrcabq-lm 1458/tcp # Nichols Research Corp.
nrcabq-lm 1458/udp # Nichols Research Corp.
proshare1 1459/tcp # Proshare Notebook Application
proshare1 1459/udp # Proshare Notebook Application
proshare2 1460/tcp # Proshare Notebook Application
proshare2 1460/udp # Proshare Notebook Application
ibm_wrless_lan 1461/tcp # IBM Wireless LAN
ibm_wrless_lan 1461/udp # IBM Wireless LAN
world-lm 1462/tcp # World License Manager
world-lm 1462/udp # World License Manager
nucleus 1463/tcp # Nucleus
nucleus 1463/udp # Nucleus
msl_lmd 1464/tcp # MSL License Manager
msl_lmd 1464/udp # MSL License Manager
pipes 1465/tcp # Pipes Platform
pipes 1465/udp # Pipes Platform mfarlin@peerlogic.com
oceansoft-lm 1466/tcp # Ocean Software License Manager
oceansoft-lm 1466/udp # Ocean Software License Manager
csdmbase 1467/tcp # CSDMBASE
csdmbase 1467/udp # CSDMBASE
csdm 1468/tcp # CSDM
csdm 1468/udp # CSDM
aal-lm 1469/tcp # Active Analysis Limited License Manager
aal-lm 1469/udp # Active Analysis Limited License Manager
uaiact 1470/tcp # Universal Analytics
uaiact 1470/udp # Universal Analytics
openmath 1473/tcp # OpenMath
openmath 1473/udp # OpenMath
telefinder 1474/tcp # Telefinder
telefinder 1474/udp # Telefinder
taligent-lm 1475/tcp # Taligent License Manager
taligent-lm 1475/udp # Taligent License Manager
clvm-cfg 1476/tcp # clvm-cfg
clvm-cfg 1476/udp # clvm-cfg
ms-sna-server 1477/tcp # ms-sna-server
ms-sna-server 1477/udp # ms-sna-server
ms-sna-base 1478/tcp # ms-sna-base
ms-sna-base 1478/udp # ms-sna-base
dberegister 1479/tcp # dberegister
dberegister 1479/udp # dberegister
pacerforum 1480/tcp # PacerForum
pacerforum 1480/udp # PacerForum
airs 1481/tcp # AIRS
airs 1481/udp # AIRS
miteksys-lm 1482/tcp # Miteksys License Manager
miteksys-lm 1482/udp # Miteksys License Manager
afs 1483/tcp # AFS License Manager
afs 1483/udp # AFS License Manager
confluent 1484/tcp # Confluent License Manager
confluent 1484/udp # Confluent License Manager
lansource 1485/tcp # LANSource
lansource 1485/udp # LANSource
nms_topo_serv 1486/tcp # nms_topo_serv
nms_topo_serv 1486/udp # nms_topo_serv
localinfosrvr 1487/tcp # LocalInfoSrvr
localinfosrvr 1487/udp # LocalInfoSrvr
docstor 1488/tcp # DocStor
docstor 1488/udp # DocStor
dmdocbroker 1489/tcp # dmdocbroker
dmdocbroker 1489/udp # dmdocbroker
insitu-conf 1490/tcp # insitu-conf
insitu-conf 1490/udp # insitu-conf
anynetgateway 1491/tcp # anynetgateway
anynetgateway 1491/udp # anynetgateway
stone-design-1 1492/tcp # stone-design-1
stone-design-1 1492/udp # stone-design-1
netmap_lm 1493/tcp # netmap_lm
netmap_lm 1493/udp # netmap_lm
cvc 1495/tcp # cvc
cvc 1495/udp # cvc
liberty-lm 1496/tcp # liberty-lm
liberty-lm 1496/udp # liberty-lm
rfx-lm 1497/tcp # rfx-lm
rfx-lm 1497/udp # rfx-lm
sybase-sqlany 1498/tcp # Sybase SQL Any
sybase-sqlany 1498/udp # Sybase SQL Any
fhc 1499/tcp # Federico Heinz Consultora
fhc 1499/udp # Federico Heinz Consultora
vlsi-lm 1500/tcp # VLSI License Manager
vlsi-lm 1500/udp # VLSI License Manager
saiscm 1501/tcp # Satellite-data Acquisition System 3
saiscm 1501/udp # Satellite-data Acquisition System 3
shivadiscovery 1502/tcp # Shiva
shivadiscovery 1502/udp # Shiva
imtc-mcs 1503/tcp # Databeam
imtc-mcs 1503/udp # Databeam
evb-elm 1504/tcp # EVB Software Engineering License Manager
evb-elm 1504/udp # EVB Software Engineering License Manager
funkproxy 1505/tcp # Funk Software, Inc.
funkproxy 1505/udp # Funk Software, Inc.
utcd 1506/tcp # Universal Time daemon (utcd)
utcd 1506/udp # Universal Time daemon (utcd)
symplex 1507/tcp # symplex
symplex 1507/udp # symplex
diagmond 1508/tcp # diagmond
diagmond 1508/udp # diagmond
robcad-lm 1509/tcp # Robcad, Ltd. License Manager
robcad-lm 1509/udp # Robcad, Ltd. License Manager
mvx-lm 1510/tcp # Midland Valley Exploration Ltd. Lic. Man.
mvx-lm 1510/udp # Midland Valley Exploration Ltd. Lic. Man.
3l-l1 1511/tcp # 3l-l1
3l-l1 1511/udp # 3l-l1
fujitsu-dtc 1513/tcp # Fujitsu Systems Business of America, Inc
fujitsu-dtc 1513/udp # Fujitsu Systems Business of America, Inc
fujitsu-dtcns 1514/tcp # Fujitsu Systems Business of America, Inc
fujitsu-dtcns 1514/udp # Fujitsu Systems Business of America, Inc
ifor-protocol 1515/tcp # ifor-protocol
ifor-protocol 1515/udp # ifor-protocol
vpad 1516/tcp # Virtual Places Audio data
vpad 1516/udp # Virtual Places Audio data
vpac 1517/tcp # Virtual Places Audio control
vpac 1517/udp # Virtual Places Audio control
vpvd 1518/tcp # Virtual Places Video data
vpvd 1518/udp # Virtual Places Video data
vpvc 1519/tcp # Virtual Places Video control
vpvc 1519/udp # Virtual Places Video control
atm-zip-office 1520/tcp # atm zip office
atm-zip-office 1520/udp # atm zip office
ncube-lm 1521/tcp # nCube License Manager
ncube-lm 1521/udp # nCube License Manager
ricardo-lm 1522/tcp # Ricardo North America License Manager
ricardo-lm 1522/udp # Ricardo North America License Manager
cichild-lm 1523/tcp # cichild
cichild-lm 1523/udp # cichild
pdap-np 1526/tcp # Prospero Data Access Prot non-priv
pdap-np 1526/udp # Prospero Data Access Prot non-priv
tlisrv 1527/tcp # oracle
tlisrv 1527/udp # oracle
mciautoreg 1528/tcp # micautoreg
mciautoreg 1528/udp # micautoreg
rap-service 1530/tcp # rap-service
rap-service 1530/udp # rap-service
rap-listen 1531/tcp # rap-listen
rap-listen 1531/udp # rap-listen
miroconnect 1532/tcp # miroconnect
miroconnect 1532/udp # miroconnect
virtual-places 1533/tcp # Virtual Places Software
virtual-places 1533/udp # Virtual Places Software
micromuse-lm 1534/tcp # micromuse-lm
micromuse-lm 1534/udp # micromuse-lm
ampr-info 1535/tcp # ampr-info
ampr-info 1535/udp # ampr-info
ampr-inter 1536/tcp # ampr-inter
ampr-inter 1536/udp # ampr-inter
sdsc-lm 1537/tcp # isi-lm
sdsc-lm 1537/udp # isi-lm
3ds-lm 1538/tcp # 3ds-lm
3ds-lm 1538/udp # 3ds-lm
intellistor-lm 1539/tcp # Intellistor License Manager
intellistor-lm 1539/udp # Intellistor License Manager
rds 1540/tcp # rds
rds 1540/udp # rds
rds2 1541/tcp # rds2
rds2 1541/udp # rds2
gridgen-elmd 1542/tcp # gridgen-elmd
gridgen-elmd 1542/udp # gridgen-elmd
simba-cs 1543/tcp # simba-cs
simba-cs 1543/udp # simba-cs
aspeclmd 1544/tcp # aspeclmd
aspeclmd 1544/udp # aspeclmd
vistium-share 1545/tcp # vistium-share
vistium-share 1545/udp # vistium-share
abbaccuray 1546/tcp # abbaccuray
abbaccuray 1546/udp # abbaccuray
laplink 1547/tcp # laplink
laplink 1547/udp # laplink
axon-lm 1548/tcp # Axon License Manager
axon-lm 1548/udp # Axon License Manager
shivahose 1549/tcp # Shiva Hose
shivasound 1549/udp # Shiva Sound
3m-image-lm 1550/tcp # Image Storage license manager 3M Company
3m-image-lm 1550/udp # Image Storage license manager 3M Company
hecmtl-db 1551/tcp # HECMTL-DB
hecmtl-db 1551/udp # HECMTL-DB
pciarray 1552/tcp # pciarray
pciarray 1552/udp # pciarray
sna-cs 1553/tcp # sna-cs
sna-cs 1553/udp # sna-cs
caci-lm 1554/tcp # CACI Products Company License Manager
caci-lm 1554/udp # CACI Products Company License Manager
livelan 1555/tcp # livelan
livelan 1555/udp # livelan
veritas_pbx 1556/tcp # VERITAS Private Branch Exchange
veritas_pbx 1556/udp # VERITAS Private Branch Exchange
arbortext-lm 1557/tcp # ArborText License Manager
arbortext-lm 1557/udp # ArborText License Manager
xingmpeg 1558/tcp # xingmpeg
xingmpeg 1558/udp # xingmpeg
web2host 1559/tcp # web2host
web2host 1559/udp # web2host
asci-val 1560/tcp # ASCI-RemoteSHADOW
asci-val 1560/udp # ASCI-RemoteSHADOW
facilityview 1561/tcp # facilityview
facilityview 1561/udp # facilityview
pconnectmgr 1562/tcp # pconnectmgr
pconnectmgr 1562/udp # pconnectmgr
cadabra-lm 1563/tcp # Cadabra License Manager
cadabra-lm 1563/udp # Cadabra License Manager
pay-per-view 1564/tcp # Pay-Per-View
pay-per-view 1564/udp # Pay-Per-View
winddlb 1565/tcp # WinDD
winddlb 1565/udp # WinDD
corelvideo 1566/tcp # CORELVIDEO
corelvideo 1566/udp # CORELVIDEO
jlicelmd 1567/tcp # jlicelmd
jlicelmd 1567/udp # jlicelmd
tsspmap 1568/tcp # tsspmap
tsspmap 1568/udp # tsspmap
ets 1569/tcp # ets
ets 1569/udp # ets
orbixd 1570/tcp # orbixd
orbixd 1570/udp # orbixd
rdb-dbs-disp 1571/tcp # Oracle Remote Data Base
rdb-dbs-disp 1571/udp # Oracle Remote Data Base
chip-lm 1572/tcp # Chipcom License Manager
chip-lm 1572/udp # Chipcom License Manager
itscomm-ns 1573/tcp # itscomm-ns
itscomm-ns 1573/udp # itscomm-ns
mvel-lm 1574/tcp # mvel-lm
mvel-lm 1574/udp # mvel-lm
oraclenames 1575/tcp # oraclenames
oraclenames 1575/udp # oraclenames
moldflow-lm 1576/tcp # moldflow-lm
moldflow-lm 1576/udp # moldflow-lm
hypercube-lm 1577/tcp # hypercube-lm
hypercube-lm 1577/udp # hypercube-lm
jacobus-lm 1578/tcp # Jacobus License Manager
jacobus-lm 1578/udp # Jacobus License Manager
ioc-sea-lm 1579/tcp # ioc-sea-lm
ioc-sea-lm 1579/udp # ioc-sea-lm
tn-tl-r1 1580/tcp # tn-tl-r1
tn-tl-r2 1580/udp # tn-tl-r2
mil-2045-47001 1581/tcp # MIL-2045-47001
mil-2045-47001 1581/udp # MIL-2045-47001
msims 1582/tcp # MSIMS
msims 1582/udp # MSIMS
simbaexpress 1583/tcp # simbaexpress
simbaexpress 1583/udp # simbaexpress
tn-tl-fd2 1584/tcp # tn-tl-fd2
tn-tl-fd2 1584/udp # tn-tl-fd2
intv 1585/tcp # intv
intv 1585/udp # intv
ibm-abtact 1586/tcp # ibm-abtact
ibm-abtact 1586/udp # ibm-abtact
pra_elmd 1587/tcp # pra_elmd
pra_elmd 1587/udp # pra_elmd
triquest-lm 1588/tcp # triquest-lm
triquest-lm 1588/udp # triquest-lm
vqp 1589/tcp # VQP
vqp 1589/udp # VQP
gemini-lm 1590/tcp # gemini-lm
gemini-lm 1590/udp # gemini-lm
ncpm-pm 1591/tcp # ncpm-pm
ncpm-pm 1591/udp # ncpm-pm
commonspace 1592/tcp # commonspace
commonspace 1592/udp # commonspace
mainsoft-lm 1593/tcp # mainsoft-lm
mainsoft-lm 1593/udp # mainsoft-lm
sixtrak 1594/tcp # sixtrak
sixtrak 1594/udp # sixtrak
radio 1595/tcp # radio
radio 1595/udp # radio
radio-sm 1596/tcp # radio-sm
radio-bc 1596/udp # radio-bc
orbplus-iiop 1597/tcp # orbplus-iiop
orbplus-iiop 1597/udp # orbplus-iiop
picknfs 1598/tcp # picknfs
picknfs 1598/udp # picknfs
simbaservices 1599/tcp # simbaservices
simbaservices 1599/udp # simbaservices
issd 1600/tcp
issd 1600/udp
aas 1601/tcp # aas
aas 1601/udp # aas
inspect 1602/tcp # inspect
inspect 1602/udp # inspect
picodbc 1603/tcp # pickodbc
picodbc 1603/udp # pickodbc
icabrowser 1604/tcp # icabrowser
icabrowser 1604/udp # icabrowser
slp 1605/tcp # Salutation Manager (Salutation Protocol)
slp 1605/udp # Salutation Manager (Salutation Protocol)
slm-api 1606/tcp # Salutation Manager (SLM-API)
slm-api 1606/udp # Salutation Manager (SLM-API)
stt 1607/tcp # stt
stt 1607/udp # stt
smart-lm 1608/tcp # Smart Corp. License Manager
smart-lm 1608/udp # Smart Corp. License Manager
isysg-lm 1609/tcp # isysg-lm
isysg-lm 1609/udp # isysg-lm
taurus-wh 1610/tcp # taurus-wh
taurus-wh 1610/udp # taurus-wh
ill 1611/tcp # Inter Library Loan
ill 1611/udp # Inter Library Loan
netbill-trans 1612/tcp # NetBill Transaction Server
netbill-trans 1612/udp # NetBill Transaction Server
netbill-keyrep 1613/tcp # NetBill Key Repository
netbill-keyrep 1613/udp # NetBill Key Repository
netbill-cred 1614/tcp # NetBill Credential Server
netbill-cred 1614/udp # NetBill Credential Server
netbill-auth 1615/tcp # NetBill Authorization Server
netbill-auth 1615/udp # NetBill Authorization Server
netbill-prod 1616/tcp # NetBill Product Server
netbill-prod 1616/udp # NetBill Product Server
nimrod-agent 1617/tcp # Nimrod Inter-Agent Communication
nimrod-agent 1617/udp # Nimrod Inter-Agent Communication
skytelnet 1618/tcp # skytelnet
skytelnet 1618/udp # skytelnet
xs-openstorage 1619/tcp # xs-openstorage
xs-openstorage 1619/udp # xs-openstorage
faxportwinport 1620/tcp # faxportwinport
faxportwinport 1620/udp # faxportwinport
softdataphone 1621/tcp # softdataphone
softdataphone 1621/udp # softdataphone
ontime 1622/tcp # ontime
ontime 1622/udp # ontime
jaleosnd 1623/tcp # jaleosnd
jaleosnd 1623/udp # jaleosnd
udp-sr-port 1624/tcp # udp-sr-port
udp-sr-port 1624/udp # udp-sr-port
svs-omagent 1625/tcp # svs-omagent
svs-omagent 1625/udp # svs-omagent
shockwave 1626/tcp # Shockwave
shockwave 1626/udp # Shockwave
t128-gateway 1627/tcp # T.128 Gateway
t128-gateway 1627/udp # T.128 Gateway
lontalk-norm 1628/tcp # LonTalk normal
lontalk-norm 1628/udp # LonTalk normal
lontalk-urgnt 1629/tcp # LonTalk urgent
lontalk-urgnt 1629/udp # LonTalk urgent
oraclenet8cman 1630/tcp # Oracle Net8 Cman
oraclenet8cman 1630/udp # Oracle Net8 Cman
visitview 1631/tcp # Visit view
visitview 1631/udp # Visit view
pammratc 1632/tcp # PAMMRATC
pammratc 1632/udp # PAMMRATC
pammrpc 1633/tcp # PAMMRPC
pammrpc 1633/udp # PAMMRPC
loaprobe 1634/tcp # Log On America Probe
loaprobe 1634/udp # Log On America Probe
edb-server1 1635/tcp # EDB Server 1
edb-server1 1635/udp # EDB Server 1
cncp 1636/tcp # CableNet Control Protocol
cncp 1636/udp # CableNet Control Protocol
cnap 1637/tcp # CableNet Admin Protocol
cnap 1637/udp # CableNet Admin Protocol
cnip 1638/tcp # CableNet Info Protocol
cnip 1638/udp # CableNet Info Protocol
cert-initiator 1639/tcp # cert-initiator
cert-initiator 1639/udp # cert-initiator
cert-responder 1640/tcp # cert-responder
cert-responder 1640/udp # cert-responder
invision 1641/tcp # InVision
invision 1641/udp # InVision
isis-am 1642/tcp # isis-am
isis-am 1642/udp # isis-am
isis-ambc 1643/tcp # isis-ambc
isis-ambc 1643/udp # isis-ambc
saiseh 1644/tcp # Satellite-data Acquisition System 4
rsap 1647/tcp # rsap
rsap 1647/udp # rsap
concurrent-lm 1648/tcp # concurrent-lm
concurrent-lm 1648/udp # concurrent-lm
nkd 1650/tcp # nkdn
nkd 1650/udp # nkd
shiva_confsrvr 1651/tcp # shiva_confsrvr
shiva_confsrvr 1651/udp # shiva_confsrvr
xnmp 1652/tcp # xnmp
xnmp 1652/udp # xnmp
alphatech-lm 1653/tcp # alphatech-lm
alphatech-lm 1653/udp # alphatech-lm
stargatealerts 1654/tcp # stargatealerts
stargatealerts 1654/udp # stargatealerts
dec-mbadmin 1655/tcp # dec-mbadmin
dec-mbadmin 1655/udp # dec-mbadmin
dec-mbadmin-h 1656/tcp # dec-mbadmin-h
dec-mbadmin-h 1656/udp # dec-mbadmin-h
fujitsu-mmpdc 1657/tcp # fujitsu-mmpdc
fujitsu-mmpdc 1657/udp # fujitsu-mmpdc
sixnetudr 1658/tcp # sixnetudr
sixnetudr 1658/udp # sixnetudr
sg-lm 1659/tcp # Silicon Grail License Manager
sg-lm 1659/udp # Silicon Grail License Manager
skip-mc-gikreq 1660/tcp # skip-mc-gikreq
skip-mc-gikreq 1660/udp # skip-mc-gikreq
netview-aix-1 1661/tcp # netview-aix-1
netview-aix-1 1661/udp # netview-aix-1
netview-aix-2 1662/tcp # netview-aix-2
netview-aix-2 1662/udp # netview-aix-2
netview-aix-3 1663/tcp # netview-aix-3
netview-aix-3 1663/udp # netview-aix-3
netview-aix-4 1664/tcp # netview-aix-4
netview-aix-4 1664/udp # netview-aix-4
netview-aix-5 1665/tcp # netview-aix-5
netview-aix-5 1665/udp # netview-aix-5
netview-aix-6 1666/tcp # netview-aix-6
netview-aix-6 1666/udp # netview-aix-6
netview-aix-7 1667/tcp # netview-aix-7
netview-aix-7 1667/udp # netview-aix-7
netview-aix-8 1668/tcp # netview-aix-8
netview-aix-8 1668/udp # netview-aix-8
netview-aix-9 1669/tcp # netview-aix-9
netview-aix-9 1669/udp # netview-aix-9
netview-aix-10 1670/tcp # netview-aix-10
netview-aix-10 1670/udp # netview-aix-10
netview-aix-11 1671/tcp # netview-aix-11
netview-aix-11 1671/udp # netview-aix-11
netview-aix-12 1672/tcp # netview-aix-12
netview-aix-12 1672/udp # netview-aix-12
proshare-mc-1 1673/tcp # Intel Proshare Multicast
proshare-mc-1 1673/udp # Intel Proshare Multicast
proshare-mc-2 1674/tcp # Intel Proshare Multicast
proshare-mc-2 1674/udp # Intel Proshare Multicast
pdp 1675/tcp # Pacific Data Products
pdp 1675/udp # Pacific Data Products
netcomm1 1676/tcp # netcomm1
netcomm2 1676/udp # netcomm2
groupwise 1677/tcp # groupwise
groupwise 1677/udp # groupwise
prolink 1678/tcp # prolink
prolink 1678/udp # prolink
darcorp-lm 1679/tcp # darcorp-lm
darcorp-lm 1679/udp # darcorp-lm
microcom-sbp 1680/tcp # microcom-sbp
microcom-sbp 1680/udp # microcom-sbp
sd-elmd 1681/tcp # sd-elmd
sd-elmd 1681/udp # sd-elmd
lanyon-lantern 1682/tcp # lanyon-lantern
lanyon-lantern 1682/udp # lanyon-lantern
ncpm-hip 1683/tcp # ncpm-hip
ncpm-hip 1683/udp # ncpm-hip
snaresecure 1684/tcp # SnareSecure
snaresecure 1684/udp # SnareSecure
n2nremote 1685/tcp # n2nremote
n2nremote 1685/udp # n2nremote
cvmon 1686/tcp # cvmon
cvmon 1686/udp # cvmon
nsjtp-ctrl 1687/tcp # nsjtp-ctrl
nsjtp-ctrl 1687/udp # nsjtp-ctrl
nsjtp-data 1688/tcp # nsjtp-data
nsjtp-data 1688/udp # nsjtp-data
firefox 1689/tcp # firefox
firefox 1689/udp # firefox
ng-umds 1690/tcp # ng-umds
ng-umds 1690/udp # ng-umds
empire-empuma 1691/tcp # empire-empuma
empire-empuma 1691/udp # empire-empuma
sstsys-lm 1692/tcp # sstsys-lm
sstsys-lm 1692/udp # sstsys-lm
rrirtr 1693/tcp # rrirtr
rrirtr 1693/udp # rrirtr
rrimwm 1694/tcp # rrimwm
rrimwm 1694/udp # rrimwm
rrilwm 1695/tcp # rrilwm
rrilwm 1695/udp # rrilwm
rrifmm 1696/tcp # rrifmm
rrifmm 1696/udp # rrifmm
rrisat 1697/tcp # rrisat
rrisat 1697/udp # rrisat
rsvp-encap-1 1698/tcp # RSVP-ENCAPSULATION-1
rsvp-encap-1 1698/udp # RSVP-ENCAPSULATION-1
rsvp-encap-2 1699/tcp # RSVP-ENCAPSULATION-2
rsvp-encap-2 1699/udp # RSVP-ENCAPSULATION-2
mps-raft 1700/tcp # mps-raft
mps-raft 1700/udp # mps-raft
deskshare 1702/tcp # deskshare
deskshare 1702/udp # deskshare
hb-engine 1703/tcp # hb-engine
hb-engine 1703/udp # hb-engine
bcs-broker 1704/tcp # bcs-broker
bcs-broker 1704/udp # bcs-broker
slingshot 1705/tcp # slingshot
slingshot 1705/udp # slingshot
jetform 1706/tcp # jetform
jetform 1706/udp # jetform
vdmplay 1707/tcp # vdmplay
vdmplay 1707/udp # vdmplay
gat-lmd 1708/tcp # gat-lmd
gat-lmd 1708/udp # gat-lmd
centra 1709/tcp # centra
centra 1709/udp # centra
impera 1710/tcp # impera
impera 1710/udp # impera
pptconference 1711/tcp # pptconference
pptconference 1711/udp # pptconference
registrar 1712/tcp # resource monitoring service
registrar 1712/udp # resource monitoring service
conferencetalk 1713/tcp # ConferenceTalk
conferencetalk 1713/udp # ConferenceTalk
sesi-lm 1714/tcp # sesi-lm
sesi-lm 1714/udp # sesi-lm
houdini-lm 1715/tcp # houdini-lm
houdini-lm 1715/udp # houdini-lm
xmsg 1716/tcp # xmsg
xmsg 1716/udp # xmsg
fj-hdnet 1717/tcp # fj-hdnet
fj-hdnet 1717/udp # fj-hdnet
caicci 1721/tcp # caicci
caicci 1721/udp # caicci
hks-lm 1722/tcp # HKS License Manager
hks-lm 1722/udp # HKS License Manager
pptp 1723/tcp # pptp
pptp 1723/udp # pptp
csbphonemaster 1724/tcp # csbphonemaster
csbphonemaster 1724/udp # csbphonemaster
iden-ralp 1725/tcp # iden-ralp
iden-ralp 1725/udp # iden-ralp
iberiagames 1726/tcp # IBERIAGAMES
iberiagames 1726/udp # IBERIAGAMES
winddx 1727/tcp # winddx
winddx 1727/udp # winddx
telindus 1728/tcp # TELINDUS
telindus 1728/udp # TELINDUS
citynl 1729/tcp # CityNL License Management
citynl 1729/udp # CityNL License Management
roketz 1730/tcp # roketz
roketz 1730/udp # roketz
msiccp 1731/tcp # MSICCP
msiccp 1731/udp # MSICCP
proxim 1732/tcp # proxim
proxim 1732/udp # proxim
siipat 1733/tcp # SIMS – SIIPAT Protocol for Alarm Transmission
siipat 1733/udp # SIMS – SIIPAT Protocol for Alarm Transmission
cambertx-lm 1734/tcp # Camber Corporation License Management
cambertx-lm 1734/udp # Camber Corporation License Management
privatechat 1735/tcp # PrivateChat
privatechat 1735/udp # PrivateChat
street-stream 1736/tcp # street-stream
street-stream 1736/udp # street-stream
ultimad 1737/tcp # ultimad
ultimad 1737/udp # ultimad
gamegen1 1738/tcp # GameGen1
gamegen1 1738/udp # GameGen1
webaccess 1739/tcp # webaccess
webaccess 1739/udp # webaccess
encore 1740/tcp # encore
encore 1740/udp # encore
cisco-net-mgmt 1741/tcp # cisco-net-mgmt
cisco-net-mgmt 1741/udp # cisco-net-mgmt
3Com-nsd 1742/tcp # 3Com-nsd
3Com-nsd 1742/udp # 3Com-nsd
cinegrfx-lm 1743/tcp # Cinema Graphics License Manager
cinegrfx-lm 1743/udp # Cinema Graphics License Manager
ncpm-ft 1744/tcp # ncpm-ft
ncpm-ft 1744/udp # ncpm-ft
remote-winsock 1745/tcp # remote-winsock
remote-winsock 1745/udp # remote-winsock
ftrapid-1 1746/tcp # ftrapid-1
ftrapid-1 1746/udp # ftrapid-1
ftrapid-2 1747/tcp # ftrapid-2
ftrapid-2 1747/udp # ftrapid-2
oracle-em1 1748/tcp # oracle-em1
oracle-em1 1748/udp # oracle-em1
aspen-services 1749/tcp # aspen-services
aspen-services 1749/udp # aspen-services
sslp 1750/tcp # Simple Socket Library’s PortMaster
sslp 1750/udp # Simple Socket Library’s PortMaster
swiftnet 1751/tcp # SwiftNet
swiftnet 1751/udp # SwiftNet
lofr-lm 1752/tcp # Leap of Faith Research License Manager
lofr-lm 1752/udp # Leap of Faith Research License Manager
oracle-em2 1754/tcp # oracle-em2
oracle-em2 1754/udp # oracle-em2
ms-streaming 1755/tcp # ms-streaming
ms-streaming 1755/udp # ms-streaming
capfast-lmd 1756/tcp # capfast-lmd
capfast-lmd 1756/udp # capfast-lmd
cnhrp 1757/tcp # cnhrp
cnhrp 1757/udp # cnhrp
www-ldap-gw 1760/tcp # www-ldap-gw
www-ldap-gw 1760/udp # www-ldap-gw
cft-0 1761/tcp # cft-0
cft-0 1761/udp # cft-0
cft-1 1762/tcp # cft-1
cft-1 1762/udp # cft-1
cft-2 1763/tcp # cft-2
cft-2 1763/udp # cft-2
cft-3 1764/tcp # cft-3
cft-3 1764/udp # cft-3
cft-4 1765/tcp # cft-4
cft-4 1765/udp # cft-4
cft-5 1766/tcp # cft-5
cft-5 1766/udp # cft-5
cft-6 1767/tcp # cft-6
cft-6 1767/udp # cft-6
cft-7 1768/tcp # cft-7
cft-7 1768/udp # cft-7
bmc-net-adm 1769/tcp # bmc-net-adm
bmc-net-adm 1769/udp # bmc-net-adm
bmc-net-svc 1770/tcp # bmc-net-svc
bmc-net-svc 1770/udp # bmc-net-svc
vaultbase 1771/tcp # vaultbase
vaultbase 1771/udp # vaultbase
essweb-gw 1772/tcp # EssWeb Gateway
essweb-gw 1772/udp # EssWeb Gateway
kmscontrol 1773/tcp # KMSControl
kmscontrol 1773/udp # KMSControl
global-dtserv 1774/tcp # global-dtserv
global-dtserv 1774/udp # global-dtserv
femis 1776/tcp # Federal Emergency Management Information System
femis 1776/udp # Federal Emergency Management Information System
powerguardian 1777/tcp # powerguardian
powerguardian 1777/udp # powerguardian
prodigy-intrnet 1778/tcp # prodigy-internet
prodigy-intrnet 1778/udp # prodigy-internet
pharmasoft 1779/tcp # pharmasoft
pharmasoft 1779/udp # pharmasoft
dpkeyserv 1780/tcp # dpkeyserv
dpkeyserv 1780/udp # dpkeyserv
answersoft-lm 1781/tcp # answersoft-lm
answersoft-lm 1781/udp # answersoft-lm
hp-hcip 1782/tcp # hp-hcip
hp-hcip 1782/udp # hp-hcip
finle-lm 1784/tcp # Finle License Manager
finle-lm 1784/udp # Finle License Manager
windlm 1785/tcp # Wind River Systems License Manager
windlm 1785/udp # Wind River Systems License Manager
funk-logger 1786/tcp # funk-logger
funk-logger 1786/udp # funk-logger
funk-license 1787/tcp # funk-license
funk-license 1787/udp # funk-license
psmond 1788/tcp # psmond
psmond 1788/udp # psmond
ea1 1791/tcp # EA1
ea1 1791/udp # EA1
ibm-dt-2 1792/tcp # ibm-dt-2
ibm-dt-2 1792/udp # ibm-dt-2
rsc-robot 1793/tcp # rsc-robot
rsc-robot 1793/udp # rsc-robot
cera-bcm 1794/tcp # cera-bcm
cera-bcm 1794/udp # cera-bcm
dpi-proxy 1795/tcp # dpi-proxy
dpi-proxy 1795/udp # dpi-proxy
vocaltec-admin 1796/tcp # Vocaltec Server Administration
vocaltec-admin 1796/udp # Vocaltec Server Administration
etp 1798/tcp # Event Transfer Protocol
etp 1798/udp # Event Transfer Protocol
netrisk 1799/tcp # NETRISK
netrisk 1799/udp # NETRISK
ansys-lm 1800/tcp # ANSYS-License manager
ansys-lm 1800/udp # ANSYS-License manager
msmq 1801/tcp # Microsoft Message Que
msmq 1801/udp # Microsoft Message Que
concomp1 1802/tcp # ConComp1
concomp1 1802/udp # ConComp1
hp-hcip-gwy 1803/tcp # HP-HCIP-GWY
hp-hcip-gwy 1803/udp # HP-HCIP-GWY
enl 1804/tcp # ENL
enl 1804/udp # ENL
enl-name 1805/tcp # ENL-Name
enl-name 1805/udp # ENL-Name
musiconline 1806/tcp # Musiconline
musiconline 1806/udp # Musiconline
fhsp 1807/tcp # Fujitsu Hot Standby Protocol
fhsp 1807/udp # Fujitsu Hot Standby Protocol
oracle-vp2 1808/tcp # Oracle-VP2
oracle-vp2 1808/udp # Oracle-VP2
oracle-vp1 1809/tcp # Oracle-VP1
oracle-vp1 1809/udp # Oracle-VP1
jerand-lm 1810/tcp # Jerand License Manager
jerand-lm 1810/udp # Jerand License Manager
scientia-sdb 1811/tcp # Scientia-SDB
scientia-sdb 1811/udp # Scientia-SDB
tdp-suite 1814/tcp # TDP Suite
tdp-suite 1814/udp # TDP Suite
mmpft 1815/tcp # MMPFT
mmpft 1815/udp # MMPFT
harp 1816/tcp # HARP
harp 1816/udp # HARP
rkb-oscs 1817/tcp # RKB-OSCS
rkb-oscs 1817/udp # RKB-OSCS
etftp 1818/tcp # Enhanced Trivial File Transfer Protocol
etftp 1818/udp # Enhanced Trivial File Transfer Protocol
plato-lm 1819/tcp # Plato License Manager
plato-lm 1819/udp # Plato License Manager
mcagent 1820/tcp # mcagent
mcagent 1820/udp # mcagent
donnyworld 1821/tcp # donnyworld
donnyworld 1821/udp # donnyworld
es-elmd 1822/tcp # es-elmd
es-elmd 1822/udp # es-elmd
unisys-lm 1823/tcp # Unisys Natural Language License Manager
unisys-lm 1823/udp # Unisys Natural Language License Manager
metrics-pas 1824/tcp # metrics-pas
metrics-pas 1824/udp # metrics-pas
direcpc-video 1825/tcp # DirecPC Video
direcpc-video 1825/udp # DirecPC Video
ardt 1826/tcp # ARDT
ardt 1826/udp # ARDT
asi 1827/tcp # ASI
asi 1827/udp # ASI
itm-mcell-u 1828/tcp # itm-mcell-u
itm-mcell-u 1828/udp # itm-mcell-u
optika-emedia 1829/tcp # Optika eMedia
optika-emedia 1829/udp # Optika eMedia
net8-cman 1830/tcp # Oracle Net8 CMan Admin
net8-cman 1830/udp # Oracle Net8 CMan Admin
myrtle 1831/tcp # Myrtle
myrtle 1831/udp # Myrtle
tht-treasure 1832/tcp # ThoughtTreasure
tht-treasure 1832/udp # ThoughtTreasure
udpradio 1833/tcp # udpradio
udpradio 1833/udp # udpradio
ardusuni 1834/tcp # ARDUS Unicast
ardusuni 1834/udp # ARDUS Unicast
ardusmul 1835/tcp # ARDUS Multicast
ardusmul 1835/udp # ARDUS Multicast
ste-smsc 1836/tcp # ste-smsc
ste-smsc 1836/udp # ste-smsc
csoft1 1837/tcp # csoft1
csoft1 1837/udp # csoft1
talnet 1838/tcp # TALNET
talnet 1838/udp # TALNET
netopia-vo1 1839/tcp # netopia-vo1
netopia-vo1 1839/udp # netopia-vo1
netopia-vo2 1840/tcp # netopia-vo2
netopia-vo2 1840/udp # netopia-vo2
netopia-vo3 1841/tcp # netopia-vo3
netopia-vo3 1841/udp # netopia-vo3
netopia-vo4 1842/tcp # netopia-vo4
netopia-vo4 1842/udp # netopia-vo4
netopia-vo5 1843/tcp # netopia-vo5
netopia-vo5 1843/udp # netopia-vo5
direcpc-dll 1844/tcp # DirecPC-DLL
direcpc-dll 1844/udp # DirecPC-DLL
altalink 1845/tcp # altalink
altalink 1845/udp # altalink
tunstall-pnc 1846/tcp # Tunstall PNC
tunstall-pnc 1846/udp # Tunstall PNC
slp-notify 1847/tcp # SLP Notification
slp-notify 1847/udp # SLP Notification
fjdocdist 1848/tcp # fjdocdist
fjdocdist 1848/udp # fjdocdist
alpha-sms 1849/tcp # ALPHA-SMS
alpha-sms 1849/udp # ALPHA-SMS
gsi 1850/tcp # GSI
gsi 1850/udp # GSI
ctcd 1851/tcp # ctcd
ctcd 1851/udp # ctcd
virtual-time 1852/tcp # Virtual Time
virtual-time 1852/udp # Virtual Time
vids-avtp 1853/tcp # VIDS-AVTP
vids-avtp 1853/udp # VIDS-AVTP
buddy-draw 1854/tcp # Buddy Draw
buddy-draw 1854/udp # Buddy Draw
fiorano-rtrsvc 1855/tcp # Fiorano RtrSvc
fiorano-rtrsvc 1855/udp # Fiorano RtrSvc
fiorano-msgsvc 1856/tcp # Fiorano MsgSvc
fiorano-msgsvc 1856/udp # Fiorano MsgSvc
datacaptor 1857/tcp # DataCaptor
datacaptor 1857/udp # DataCaptor
privateark 1858/tcp # PrivateArk
privateark 1858/udp # PrivateArk
gammafetchsvr 1859/tcp # Gamma Fetcher Server
gammafetchsvr 1859/udp # Gamma Fetcher Server
sunscalar-svc 1860/tcp # SunSCALAR Services
sunscalar-svc 1860/udp # SunSCALAR Services
lecroy-vicp 1861/tcp # LeCroy VICP
lecroy-vicp 1861/udp # LeCroy VICP
techra-server 1862/tcp # techra-server
techra-server 1862/udp # techra-server
msnp 1863/tcp # MSNP
msnp 1863/udp # MSNP
paradym-31port 1864/tcp # Paradym 31 Port
paradym-31port 1864/udp # Paradym 31 Port
entp 1865/tcp # ENTP
entp 1865/udp # ENTP
swrmi 1866/tcp # swrmi
swrmi 1866/udp # swrmi
udrive 1867/tcp # UDRIVE
udrive 1867/udp # UDRIVE
viziblebrowser 1868/tcp # VizibleBrowser
viziblebrowser 1868/udp # VizibleBrowser
yestrader 1869/tcp # YesTrader
yestrader 1869/udp # YesTrader
sunscalar-dns 1870/tcp # SunSCALAR DNS Service
sunscalar-dns 1870/udp # SunSCALAR DNS Service
canocentral0 1871/tcp # Cano Central 0
canocentral0 1871/udp # Cano Central 0
canocentral1 1872/tcp # Cano Central 1
canocentral1 1872/udp # Cano Central 1
fjmpjps 1873/tcp # Fjmpjps
fjmpjps 1873/udp # Fjmpjps
fjswapsnp 1874/tcp # Fjswapsnp
fjswapsnp 1874/udp # Fjswapsnp
westell-stats 1875/tcp # westell stats
westell-stats 1875/udp # westell stats
ewcappsrv 1876/tcp # ewcappsrv
ewcappsrv 1876/udp # ewcappsrv
hp-webqosdb 1877/tcp # hp-webqosdb
hp-webqosdb 1877/udp # hp-webqosdb
drmsmc 1878/tcp # drmsmc
drmsmc 1878/udp # drmsmc
nettgain-nms 1879/tcp # NettGain NMS
nettgain-nms 1879/udp # NettGain NMS
vsat-control 1880/tcp # Gilat VSAT Control
vsat-control 1880/udp # Gilat VSAT Control
ibm-mqseries2 1881/tcp # IBM WebSphere MQ Everyplace
ibm-mqseries2 1881/udp # IBM WebSphere MQ Everyplace
ecsqdmn 1882/tcp # ecsqdmn
ecsqdmn 1882/udp # ecsqdmn
ibm-mqisdp 1883/tcp # IBM MQSeries SCADA
ibm-mqisdp 1883/udp # IBM MQSeries SCADA
idmaps 1884/tcp # Internet Distance Map Svc
idmaps 1884/udp # Internet Distance Map Svc
vrtstrapserver 1885/tcp # Veritas Trap Server
vrtstrapserver 1885/udp # Veritas Trap Server
leoip 1886/tcp # Leonardo over IP
leoip 1886/udp # Leonardo over IP
filex-lport 1887/tcp # FileX Listening Port
filex-lport 1887/udp # FileX Listening Port
ncconfig 1888/tcp # NC Config Port
ncconfig 1888/udp # NC Config Port
unify-adapter 1889/tcp # Unify Web Adapter Service
unify-adapter 1889/udp # Unify Web Adapter Service
wilkenlistener 1890/tcp # wilkenListener
wilkenlistener 1890/udp # wilkenListener
childkey-notif 1891/tcp # ChildKey Notification
childkey-notif 1891/udp # ChildKey Notification
childkey-ctrl 1892/tcp # ChildKey Control
childkey-ctrl 1892/udp # ChildKey Control
elad 1893/tcp # ELAD Protocol
elad 1893/udp # ELAD Protocol
o2server-port 1894/tcp # O2Server Port
o2server-port 1894/udp # O2Server Port
b-novative-ls 1896/tcp # b-novative license server
b-novative-ls 1896/udp # b-novative license server
metaagent 1897/tcp # MetaAgent
metaagent 1897/udp # MetaAgent
cymtec-port 1898/tcp # Cymtec secure management
cymtec-port 1898/udp # Cymtec secure management
mc2studios 1899/tcp # MC2Studios
mc2studios 1899/udp # MC2Studios
ssdp 1900/tcp # SSDP
ssdp 1900/udp # SSDP
fjicl-tep-a 1901/tcp # Fujitsu ICL Terminal Emulator Program A
fjicl-tep-a 1901/udp # Fujitsu ICL Terminal Emulator Program A
fjicl-tep-b 1902/tcp # Fujitsu ICL Terminal Emulator Program B
fjicl-tep-b 1902/udp # Fujitsu ICL Terminal Emulator Program B
linkname 1903/tcp # Local Link Name Resolution
linkname 1903/udp # Local Link Name Resolution
fjicl-tep-c 1904/tcp # Fujitsu ICL Terminal Emulator Program C
fjicl-tep-c 1904/udp # Fujitsu ICL Terminal Emulator Program C
sugp 1905/tcp # Secure UP.Link Gateway Protocol
sugp 1905/udp # Secure UP.Link Gateway Protocol
tpmd 1906/tcp # TPortMapperReq
tpmd 1906/udp # TPortMapperReq
intrastar 1907/tcp # IntraSTAR
intrastar 1907/udp # IntraSTAR
dawn 1908/tcp # Dawn
dawn 1908/udp # Dawn
global-wlink 1909/tcp # Global World Link
global-wlink 1909/udp # Global World Link
ultrabac 1910/tcp # UltraBac Software communications port
ultrabac 1910/udp # UltraBac Software communications port
rhp-iibp 1912/tcp # rhp-iibp
rhp-iibp 1912/udp # rhp-iibp
armadp 1913/tcp # armadp
armadp 1913/udp # armadp
elm-momentum 1914/tcp # Elm-Momentum
elm-momentum 1914/udp # Elm-Momentum
facelink 1915/tcp # FACELINK
facelink 1915/udp # FACELINK
persona 1916/tcp # Persoft Persona
persona 1916/udp # Persoft Persona
noagent 1917/tcp # nOAgent
noagent 1917/udp # nOAgent
can-nds 1918/tcp # Candle Directory Service – NDS
can-nds 1918/udp # Candle Directory Service – NDS
can-dch 1919/tcp # Candle Directory Service – DCH
can-dch 1919/udp # Candle Directory Service – DCH
can-ferret 1920/tcp # Candle Directory Service – FERRET
can-ferret 1920/udp # Candle Directory Service – FERRET
noadmin 1921/tcp # NoAdmin
noadmin 1921/udp # NoAdmin
tapestry 1922/tcp # Tapestry
tapestry 1922/udp # Tapestry
spice 1923/tcp # SPICE
spice 1923/udp # SPICE
xiip 1924/tcp # XIIP
xiip 1924/udp # XIIP
discovery-port 1925/tcp # Surrogate Discovery Port
discovery-port 1925/udp # Surrogate Discovery Port
egs 1926/tcp # Evolution Game Server
egs 1926/udp # Evolution Game Server
videte-cipc 1927/tcp # Videte CIPC Port
videte-cipc 1927/udp # Videte CIPC Port
emsd-port 1928/tcp # Expnd Maui Srvr Dscovr
emsd-port 1928/udp # Expnd Maui Srvr Dscovr
bandwiz-system 1929/tcp # Bandwiz System – Server
bandwiz-system 1929/udp # Bandwiz System – Server
driveappserver 1930/tcp # Drive AppServer
driveappserver 1930/udp # Drive AppServer
amdsched 1931/tcp # AMD SCHED
amdsched 1931/udp # AMD SCHED
ctt-broker 1932/tcp # CTT Broker
ctt-broker 1932/udp # CTT Broker
xmapi 1933/tcp # IBM LM MT Agent
xmapi 1933/udp # IBM LM MT Agent
xaapi 1934/tcp # IBM LM Appl Agent
xaapi 1934/udp # IBM LM Appl Agent
macromedia-fcs 1935/tcp # Macromedia Flash Communications Server MX
macromedia-fcs 1935/udp # Macromedia Flash Communications server MX
jetcmeserver 1936/tcp # JetCmeServer Server Port
jetcmeserver 1936/udp # JetCmeServer Server Port
jwserver 1937/tcp # JetVWay Server Port
jwserver 1937/udp # JetVWay Server Port
jwclient 1938/tcp # JetVWay Client Port
jwclient 1938/udp # JetVWay Client Port
jvserver 1939/tcp # JetVision Server Port
jvserver 1939/udp # JetVision Server Port
jvclient 1940/tcp # JetVision Client Port
jvclient 1940/udp # JetVision Client Port
dic-aida 1941/tcp # DIC-Aida
dic-aida 1941/udp # DIC-Aida
res 1942/tcp # Real Enterprise Service
res 1942/udp # Real Enterprise Service
beeyond-media 1943/tcp # Beeyond Media
beeyond-media 1943/udp # Beeyond Media
close-combat 1944/tcp # close-combat
close-combat 1944/udp # close-combat
dialogic-elmd 1945/tcp # dialogic-elmd
dialogic-elmd 1945/udp # dialogic-elmd
tekpls 1946/tcp # tekpls
tekpls 1946/udp # tekpls
hlserver 1947/tcp # hlserver
hlserver 1947/udp # hlserver
eye2eye 1948/tcp # eye2eye
eye2eye 1948/udp # eye2eye
ismaeasdaqlive 1949/tcp # ISMA Easdaq Live
ismaeasdaqlive 1949/udp # ISMA Easdaq Live
ismaeasdaqtest 1950/tcp # ISMA Easdaq Test
ismaeasdaqtest 1950/udp # ISMA Easdaq Test
bcs-lmserver 1951/tcp # bcs-lmserver
bcs-lmserver 1951/udp # bcs-lmserver
mpnjsc 1952/tcp # mpnjsc
mpnjsc 1952/udp # mpnjsc
rapidbase 1953/tcp # Rapid Base
rapidbase 1953/udp # Rapid Base
abr-basic 1954/tcp # ABR-Basic Data
abr-basic 1954/udp # ABR-Basic Data
abr-secure 1955/tcp # ABR-Secure Data
abr-secure 1955/udp # ABR-Secure Data
vrtl-vmf-ds 1956/tcp # Vertel VMF DS
vrtl-vmf-ds 1956/udp # Vertel VMF DS
unix-status 1957/tcp # unix-status
unix-status 1957/udp # unix-status
dxadmind 1958/tcp # CA Administration Daemon
dxadmind 1958/udp # CA Administration Daemon
simp-all 1959/tcp # SIMP Channel
simp-all 1959/udp # SIMP Channel
nasmanager 1960/tcp # Merit DAC NASmanager
nasmanager 1960/udp # Merit DAC NASmanager
bts-appserver 1961/tcp # BTS APPSERVER
bts-appserver 1961/udp # BTS APPSERVER
biap-mp 1962/tcp # BIAP-MP
biap-mp 1962/udp # BIAP-MP
webmachine 1963/tcp # WebMachine
webmachine 1963/udp # WebMachine
solid-e-engine 1964/tcp # SOLID E ENGINE
solid-e-engine 1964/udp # SOLID E ENGINE
tivoli-npm 1965/tcp # Tivoli NPM
tivoli-npm 1965/udp # Tivoli NPM
slush 1966/tcp # Slush
slush 1966/udp # Slush
sns-quote 1967/tcp # SNS Quote
sns-quote 1967/udp # SNS Quote
lipsinc 1968/tcp # LIPSinc
lipsinc 1968/udp # LIPSinc
lipsinc1 1969/tcp # LIPSinc 1
lipsinc1 1969/udp # LIPSinc 1
netop-rc 1970/tcp # NetOp Remote Control
netop-rc 1970/udp # NetOp Remote Control
netop-school 1971/tcp # NetOp School
netop-school 1971/udp # NetOp School
intersys-cache 1972/tcp # Cache
intersys-cache 1972/udp # Cache
dlsrap 1973/tcp # Data Link Switching Remote Access Protocol
dlsrap 1973/udp # Data Link Switching Remote Access Protocol
drp 1974/tcp # DRP
drp 1974/udp # DRP
tcoflashagent 1975/tcp # TCO Flash Agent
tcoflashagent 1975/udp # TCO Flash Agent
tcoregagent 1976/tcp # TCO Reg Agent
tcoregagent 1976/udp # TCO Reg Agent
tcoaddressbook 1977/tcp # TCO Address Book
tcoaddressbook 1977/udp # TCO Address Book
unisql 1978/tcp # UniSQL
unisql 1978/udp # UniSQL
unisql-java 1979/tcp # UniSQL Java
unisql-java 1979/udp # UniSQL Java
pearldoc-xact 1980/tcp # PearlDoc XACT
pearldoc-xact 1980/udp # PearlDoc XACT
p2pq 1981/tcp # p2pQ
p2pq 1981/udp # p2pQ
estamp 1982/tcp # Evidentiary Timestamp
estamp 1982/udp # Evidentiary Timestamp
lhtp 1983/tcp # Loophole Test Protocol
lhtp 1983/udp # Loophole Test Protocol
bb 1984/tcp # BB
bb 1984/udp # BB
tr-rsrb-p1 1987/tcp # cisco RSRB Priority 1 port
tr-rsrb-p1 1987/udp # cisco RSRB Priority 1 port
tr-rsrb-p2 1988/tcp # cisco RSRB Priority 2 port
tr-rsrb-p2 1988/udp # cisco RSRB Priority 2 port
tr-rsrb-p3 1989/tcp # cisco RSRB Priority 3 port
tr-rsrb-p3 1989/udp # cisco RSRB Priority 3 port
mshnet 1989/tcp # MHSnet system
mshnet 1989/udp # MHSnet system
stun-p1 1990/tcp # cisco STUN Priority 1 port
stun-p1 1990/udp # cisco STUN Priority 1 port
stun-p2 1991/tcp # cisco STUN Priority 2 port
stun-p2 1991/udp # cisco STUN Priority 2 port
stun-p3 1992/tcp # cisco STUN Priority 3 port
stun-p3 1992/udp # cisco STUN Priority 3 port
ipsendmsg 1992/tcp # IPsendmsg
ipsendmsg 1992/udp # IPsendmsg
snmp-tcp-port 1993/tcp # cisco SNMP TCP port
snmp-tcp-port 1993/udp # cisco SNMP TCP port
stun-port 1994/tcp # cisco serial tunnel port
stun-port 1994/udp # cisco serial tunnel port
perf-port 1995/tcp # cisco perf port
perf-port 1995/udp # cisco perf port
tr-rsrb-port 1996/tcp # cisco Remote SRB port
tr-rsrb-port 1996/udp # cisco Remote SRB port
x25-svc-port 1998/tcp # cisco X.25 service (XOT)
x25-svc-port 1998/udp # cisco X.25 service (XOT)
tcp-id-port 1999/tcp # cisco identification port
tcp-id-port 1999/udp # cisco identification port
dc 2001/tcp
wizard 2001/udp # curry
globe 2002/tcp
globe 2002/udp
mailbox 2004/tcp
emce 2004/udp # CCWS mm conf
berknet 2005/tcp
oracle 2005/udp
invokator 2006/tcp
raid-cd 2006/udp # raid
dectalk 2007/tcp
raid-am 2007/udp
conf 2008/tcp
terminaldb 2008/udp
news 2009/tcp
whosockami 2009/udp
search 2010/tcp
pipe_server 2010/udp
raid-cc 2011/tcp # raid
servserv 2011/udp
ttyinfo 2012/tcp
raid-ac 2012/udp
raid-am 2013/tcp
troff 2014/tcp
raid-sf 2014/udp
cypress 2015/tcp
raid-cs 2015/udp
bootserver 2016/tcp
bootserver 2016/udp
cypress-stat 2017/tcp
bootclient 2017/udp
terminaldb 2018/tcp
rellpack 2018/udp
whosockami 2019/tcp
about 2019/udp
xinupageserver 2020/tcp
xinupageserver 2020/udp
servexec 2021/tcp
xinuexpansion1 2021/udp
down 2022/tcp
xinuexpansion2 2022/udp
xinuexpansion3 2023/tcp
xinuexpansion3 2023/udp
xinuexpansion4 2024/tcp
xinuexpansion4 2024/udp
ellpack 2025/tcp
xribs 2025/udp
scrabble 2026/tcp
scrabble 2026/udp
shadowserver 2027/tcp
shadowserver 2027/udp
submitserver 2028/tcp
submitserver 2028/udp
hsrpv6 2029/tcp # Hot Standby Router Protocol IPv6
hsrpv6 2029/udp # Hot Standby Router Protocol IPv6
device2 2030/tcp
device2 2030/udp
mobrien-chat 2031/tcp # mobrien-chat
mobrien-chat 2031/udp # mobrien-chat
blackboard 2032/tcp
blackboard 2032/udp
glogger 2033/tcp
glogger 2033/udp
scoremgr 2034/tcp
scoremgr 2034/udp
imsldoc 2035/tcp
imsldoc 2035/udp
e-dpnet 2036/tcp # Ethernet WS DP network
e-dpnet 2036/udp # Ethernet WS DP network
p2plus 2037/tcp # P2plus Application Server
p2plus 2037/udp # P2plus Application Server
objectmanager 2038/tcp
objectmanager 2038/udp
prizma 2039/tcp # Prizma Monitoring Service
prizma 2039/udp # Prizma Monitoring Service
lam 2040/tcp
lam 2040/udp
interbase 2041/tcp
interbase 2041/udp
isis 2042/tcp # isis
isis 2042/udp # isis
isis-bcast 2043/tcp # isis-bcast
isis-bcast 2043/udp # isis-bcast
rimsl 2044/tcp
rimsl 2044/udp
cdfunc 2045/tcp
cdfunc 2045/udp
sdfunc 2046/tcp
sdfunc 2046/udp
dls-monitor 2048/tcp
dls-monitor 2048/udp
av-emb-config 2050/tcp # Avaya EMB Config Port
av-emb-config 2050/udp # Avaya EMB Config Port
epnsdp 2051/tcp # EPNSDP
epnsdp 2051/udp # EPNSDP
clearvisn 2052/tcp # clearVisn Services Port
clearvisn 2052/udp # clearVisn Services Port
weblogin 2054/tcp # Weblogin Port
weblogin 2054/udp # Weblogin Port
iop 2055/tcp # Iliad-Odyssey Protocol
iop 2055/udp # Iliad-Odyssey Protocol
omnisky 2056/tcp # OmniSky Port
omnisky 2056/udp # OmniSky Port
rich-cp 2057/tcp # Rich Content Protocol
rich-cp 2057/udp # Rich Content Protocol
newwavesearch 2058/tcp # NewWaveSearchables RMI
newwavesearch 2058/udp # NewWaveSearchables RMI
bmc-messaging 2059/tcp # BMC Messaging Service
bmc-messaging 2059/udp # BMC Messaging Service
teleniumdaemon 2060/tcp # Telenium Daemon IF
teleniumdaemon 2060/udp # Telenium Daemon IF
netmount 2061/tcp # NetMount
netmount 2061/udp # NetMount
icg-swp 2062/tcp # ICG SWP Port
icg-swp 2062/udp # ICG SWP Port
icg-bridge 2063/tcp # ICG Bridge Port
icg-bridge 2063/udp # ICG Bridge Port
icg-iprelay 2064/tcp # ICG IP Relay Port
icg-iprelay 2064/udp # ICG IP Relay Port
dlsrpn 2065/tcp # Data Link Switch Read Port Number
dlsrpn 2065/udp # Data Link Switch Read Port Number
dlswpn 2067/tcp # Data Link Switch Write Port Number
dlswpn 2067/udp # Data Link Switch Write Port Number
avauthsrvprtcl 2068/tcp # Avocent AuthSrv Protocol
avauthsrvprtcl 2068/udp # Avocent AuthSrv Protocol
event-port 2069/tcp # HTTP Event Port
event-port 2069/udp # HTTP Event Port
ah-esp-encap 2070/tcp # AH and ESP Encapsulated in UDP packet
ah-esp-encap 2070/udp # AH and ESP Encapsulated in UDP packet
acp-port 2071/tcp # Axon Control Protocol
acp-port 2071/udp # Axon Control Protocol
msync 2072/tcp # GlobeCast mSync
msync 2072/udp # GlobeCast mSync
gxs-data-port 2073/tcp # DataReel Database Socket
gxs-data-port 2073/udp # DataReel Database Socket
vrtl-vmf-sa 2074/tcp # Vertel VMF SA
vrtl-vmf-sa 2074/udp # Vertel VMF SA
newlixengine 2075/tcp # Newlix ServerWare Engine
newlixengine 2075/udp # Newlix ServerWare Engine
newlixconfig 2076/tcp # Newlix JSPConfig
newlixconfig 2076/udp # Newlix JSPConfig
trellisagt 2077/tcp # TrelliSoft Agent
trellisagt 2077/udp # TrelliSoft Agent
trellissvr 2078/tcp # TrelliSoft Server
trellissvr 2078/udp # TrelliSoft Server
idware-router 2079/tcp # IDWARE Router Port
idware-router 2079/udp # IDWARE Router Port
autodesk-nlm 2080/tcp # Autodesk NLM (FLEXlm)
autodesk-nlm 2080/udp # Autodesk NLM (FLEXlm)
kme-trap-port 2081/tcp # KME PRINTER TRAP PORT
kme-trap-port 2081/udp # KME PRINTER TRAP PORT
infowave 2082/tcp # Infowave Mobility Server
infowave 2082/udp # Infowave Mobiltiy Server
radsec 2083/tcp # Secure Radius Service
radsec 2083/udp # Secure Radius Service
sunclustergeo 2084/tcp # SunCluster Geographic
sunclustergeo 2084/udp # SunCluster Geographic
ada-cip 2085/tcp # ADA Control
ada-cip 2085/udp # ADA Control
gnunet 2086/tcp # GNUnet
gnunet 2086/udp # GNUnet
eli 2087/tcp # ELI – Event Logging Integration
eli 2087/udp # ELI – Event Logging Integration
ip-blf 2088/tcp # IP Busy Lamp Field
ip-blf 2088/udp # IP Busy Lamp Field
sep 2089/tcp # Security Encapsulation Protocol – SEP
sep 2089/udp # Security Encapsulation Protocol – SEP
lrp 2090/tcp # Load Report Protocol
lrp 2090/udp # Load Report Protocol
prp 2091/tcp # PRP
prp 2091/udp # PRP
descent3 2092/tcp # Descent 3
descent3 2092/udp # Descent 3
nbx-cc 2093/tcp # NBX CC
nbx-cc 2093/udp # NBX CC
nbx-au 2094/tcp # NBX AU
nbx-au 2094/udp # NBX AU
nbx-ser 2095/tcp # NBX SER
nbx-ser 2095/udp # NBX SER
nbx-dir 2096/tcp # NBX DIR
nbx-dir 2096/udp # NBX DIR
jetformpreview 2097/tcp # Jet Form Preview
jetformpreview 2097/udp # Jet Form Preview
dialog-port 2098/tcp # Dialog Port
dialog-port 2098/udp # Dialog Port
h2250-annex-g 2099/tcp # H.225.0 Annex G
h2250-annex-g 2099/udp # H.225.0 Annex G
amiganetfs 2100/tcp # Amiga Network Filesystem
amiganetfs 2100/udp # Amiga Network Filesystem
rtcm-sc104 2101/tcp # rtcm-sc104
rtcm-sc104 2101/udp # rtcm-sc104
mzap 2106/tcp # MZAP
mzap 2106/udp # MZAP
bintec-admin 2107/tcp # BinTec Admin
bintec-admin 2107/udp # BinTec Admin
comcam 2108/tcp # Comcam
comcam 2108/udp # Comcam
ergolight 2109/tcp # Ergolight
ergolight 2109/udp # Ergolight
umsp 2110/tcp # UMSP
umsp 2110/udp # UMSP
dsatp 2111/tcp # DSATP
dsatp 2111/udp # DSATP
idonix-metanet 2112/tcp # Idonix MetaNet
idonix-metanet 2112/udp # Idonix MetaNet
hsl-storm 2113/tcp # HSL StoRM
hsl-storm 2113/udp # HSL StoRM
newheights 2114/tcp # NEWHEIGHTS
newheights 2114/udp # NEWHEIGHTS
kdm 2115/tcp # Key Distribution Manager
kdm 2115/udp # Key Distribution Manager
ccowcmr 2116/tcp # CCOWCMR
ccowcmr 2116/udp # CCOWCMR
mentaclient 2117/tcp # MENTACLIENT
mentaclient 2117/udp # MENTACLIENT
mentaserver 2118/tcp # MENTASERVER
mentaserver 2118/udp # MENTASERVER
gsigatekeeper 2119/tcp # GSIGATEKEEPER
gsigatekeeper 2119/udp # GSIGATEKEEPER
qencp 2120/tcp # Quick Eagle Networks CP
qencp 2120/udp # Quick Eagle Networks CP
scientia-ssdb 2121/tcp # SCIENTIA-SSDB
scientia-ssdb 2121/udp # SCIENTIA-SSDB
caupc-remote 2122/tcp # CauPC Remote Control
caupc-remote 2122/udp # CauPC Remote Control
gtp-control 2123/tcp # GTP-Control Plane (3GPP)
gtp-control 2123/udp # GTP-Control Plane (3GPP)
elatelink 2124/tcp # ELATELINK
elatelink 2124/udp # ELATELINK
lockstep 2125/tcp # LOCKSTEP
lockstep 2125/udp # LOCKSTEP
pktcable-cops 2126/tcp # PktCable-COPS
pktcable-cops 2126/udp # PktCable-COPS
index-pc-wb 2127/tcp # INDEX-PC-WB
index-pc-wb 2127/udp # INDEX-PC-WB
net-steward 2128/tcp # Net Steward Control
net-steward 2128/udp # Net Steward Control
cs-live 2129/tcp # cs-live.com
cs-live 2129/udp # cs-live.com
swc-xds 2130/tcp # SWC-XDS
swc-xds 2130/udp # SWC-XDS
avantageb2b 2131/tcp # Avantageb2b
avantageb2b 2131/udp # Avantageb2b
avail-epmap 2132/tcp # AVAIL-EPMAP
avail-epmap 2132/udp # AVAIL-EPMAP
zymed-zpp 2133/tcp # ZYMED-ZPP
zymed-zpp 2133/udp # ZYMED-ZPP
avenue 2134/tcp # AVENUE
avenue 2134/udp # AVENUE
gris 2135/tcp # Grid Resource Information Server
gris 2135/udp # Grid Resource Information Server
appworxsrv 2136/tcp # APPWORXSRV
appworxsrv 2136/udp # APPWORXSRV
connect 2137/tcp # CONNECT
connect 2137/udp # CONNECT
unbind-cluster 2138/tcp # UNBIND-CLUSTER
unbind-cluster 2138/udp # UNBIND-CLUSTER
ias-auth 2139/tcp # IAS-AUTH
ias-auth 2139/udp # IAS-AUTH
ias-reg 2140/tcp # IAS-REG
ias-reg 2140/udp # IAS-REG
ias-admind 2141/tcp # IAS-ADMIND
ias-admind 2141/udp # IAS-ADMIND
tdm-over-ip 2142/tcp # TDM-OVER-IP
tdm-over-ip 2142/udp # TDM-OVER-IP
lv-jc 2143/tcp # Live Vault Job Control
lv-jc 2143/udp # Live Vault Job Control
lv-ffx 2144/tcp # Live Vault Fast Object Transfer
lv-ffx 2144/udp # Live Vault Fast Object Transfer
lv-pici 2145/tcp # Live Vault Remote Diagnostic Console Support
lv-pici 2145/udp # Live Vault Remote Diagnostic Console Support
lv-not 2146/tcp # Live Vault Admin Event Notification
lv-not 2146/udp # Live Vault Admin Event Notification
lv-auth 2147/tcp # Live Vault Authentication
lv-auth 2147/udp # Live Vault Authentication
veritas-ucl 2148/tcp # VERITAS UNIVERSAL COMMUNICATION LAYER
veritas-ucl 2148/udp # VERITAS UNIVERSAL COMMUNICATION LAYER
acptsys 2149/tcp # ACPTSYS
acptsys 2149/udp # ACPTSYS
docent 2151/tcp # DOCENT
docent 2151/udp # DOCENT
gtp-user 2152/tcp # GTP-User Plane (3GPP)
gtp-user 2152/udp # GTP-User Plane (3GPP)
gdbremote 2159/tcp # GDB Remote Debug Port
gdbremote 2159/udp # GDB Remote Debug Port
apc-2160 2160/tcp # APC 2160
apc-2160 2160/udp # APC 2160
apc-2161 2161/tcp # APC 2161
apc-2161 2161/udp # APC 2161
navisphere 2162/tcp # Navisphere
navisphere 2162/udp # Navisphere
navisphere-sec 2163/tcp # Navisphere Secure
navisphere-sec 2163/udp # Navisphere Secure
ddns-v3 2164/tcp # Dynamic DNS Version 3
ddns-v3 2164/udp # Dynamic DNS Version 3
x-bone-api 2165/tcp # X-Bone API
x-bone-api 2165/udp # X-Bone API
iwserver 2166/tcp # iwserver
iwserver 2166/udp # iwserver
raw-serial 2167/tcp # Raw Async Serial Link
raw-serial 2167/udp # Raw Async Serial Link
easy-soft-mux 2168/tcp # easy-soft Multiplexer
easy-soft-mux 2168/udp # easy-soft Multiplexer
archisfcp 2169/tcp # ArchisFCP
archisfcp 2169/udp # ArchisFCP
eyetv 2170/tcp # EyeTV Server Port
eyetv 2170/udp # EyeTV Server Port
msfw-storage 2171/tcp # MS Firewall Storage
msfw-storage 2171/udp # MS Firewall Storage
msfw-s-storage 2172/tcp # MS Firewall SecureStorage
msfw-s-storage 2172/udp # MS Firewall SecureStorage
msfw-replica 2173/tcp # MS Firewall Replication
msfw-replica 2173/udp # MS Firewall Replication
msfw-array 2174/tcp # MS Firewall Intra Array
msfw-array 2174/udp # MS Firewall Intra Array
airsync 2175/tcp # Microsoft Desktop AirSync Protocol
airsync 2175/udp # Microsoft Desktop AirSync Protocol
rapi 2176/tcp # Microsoft ActiveSync Remote API
rapi 2176/udp # Microsoft ActiveSync Remote API
qwave 2177/tcp # qWAVE Bandwidth Estimate
qwave 2177/udp # qWAVE Bandwidth Estimate
bitspeer 2178/tcp # Peer Services for BITS
bitspeer 2178/udp # Peer Services for BITS
mc-gt-srv 2180/tcp # Millicent Vendor Gateway Server
mc-gt-srv 2180/udp # Millicent Vendor Gateway Server
eforward 2181/tcp # eforward
eforward 2181/udp # eforward
cgn-stat 2182/tcp # CGN status
cgn-stat 2182/udp # CGN status
cgn-config 2183/tcp # Code Green configuration
cgn-config 2183/udp # Code Green configuration
nvd 2184/tcp # NVD User
nvd 2184/udp # NVD User
onbase-dds 2185/tcp # OnBase Distributed Disk Services
onbase-dds 2185/udp # OnBase Distributed Disk Services
tivoconnect 2190/tcp # TiVoConnect Beacon
tivoconnect 2190/udp # TiVoConnect Beacon
tvbus 2191/tcp # TvBus Messaging
tvbus 2191/udp # TvBus Messaging
asdis 2192/tcp # ASDIS software management
asdis 2192/udp # ASDIS software management
mnp-exchange 2197/tcp # MNP data exchange
mnp-exchange 2197/udp # MNP data exchange
onehome-remote 2198/tcp # OneHome Remote Access
onehome-remote 2198/udp # OneHome Remote Access
onehome-help 2199/tcp # OneHome Service Port
onehome-help 2199/udp # OneHome Service Port
ici 2200/tcp # ICI
ici 2200/udp # ICI
ats 2201/tcp # Advanced Training System Program
ats 2201/udp # Advanced Training System Program
imtc-map 2202/tcp # Int. Multimedia Teleconferencing Cosortium
imtc-map 2202/udp # Int. Multimedia Teleconferencing Cosortium
b2-runtime 2203/tcp # b2 Runtime Protocol
b2-runtime 2203/udp # b2 Runtime Protocol
b2-license 2204/tcp # b2 License Server
b2-license 2204/udp # b2 License Server
jps 2205/tcp # Java Presentation Server
jps 2205/udp # Java Presentation Server
hpocbus 2206/tcp # HP OpenCall bus
hpocbus 2206/udp # HP OpenCall bus
kali 2213/tcp # Kali
kali 2213/udp # Kali
rpi 2214/tcp # RDQ Protocol Interface
rpi 2214/udp # RDQ Protocol Interface
ipcore 2215/tcp # IPCore.co.za GPRS
ipcore 2215/udp # IPCore.co.za GPRS
netiq-ncap 2219/tcp # NetIQ NCAP Protocol
netiq-ncap 2219/udp # NetIQ NCAP Protocol
netiq 2220/tcp # NetIQ End2End
netiq 2220/udp # NetIQ End2End
rockwell-csp1 2221/tcp # Rockwell CSP1
rockwell-csp1 2221/udp # Rockwell CSP1
rockwell-csp2 2222/tcp # Rockwell CSP2
rockwell-csp2 2222/udp # Rockwell CSP2
rockwell-csp3 2223/tcp # Rockwell CSP3
rockwell-csp3 2223/udp # Rockwell CSP3
ehome-ms 2228/tcp # eHome Message Server
ehome-ms 2228/udp # eHome Message Server
ivs-video 2232/tcp # IVS Video default
ivs-video 2232/udp # IVS Video default
infocrypt 2233/tcp # INFOCRYPT
infocrypt 2233/udp # INFOCRYPT
directplay 2234/tcp # DirectPlay
directplay 2234/udp # DirectPlay
sercomm-wlink 2235/tcp # Sercomm-WLink
sercomm-wlink 2235/udp # Sercomm-WLink
nani 2236/tcp # Nani
nani 2236/udp # Nani
optech-port1-lm 2237/tcp # Optech Port1 License Manager
optech-port1-lm 2237/udp # Optech Port1 License Manager
aviva-sna 2238/tcp # AVIVA SNA SERVER
aviva-sna 2238/udp # AVIVA SNA SERVER
imagequery 2239/tcp # Image Query
imagequery 2239/udp # Image Query
recipe 2240/tcp # RECIPe
recipe 2240/udp # RECIPe
ivsd 2241/tcp # IVS Daemon
ivsd 2241/udp # IVS Daemon
foliocorp 2242/tcp # Folio Remote Server
foliocorp 2242/udp # Folio Remote Server
magicom 2243/tcp # Magicom Protocol
magicom 2243/udp # Magicom Protocol
nmsserver 2244/tcp # NMS Server
nmsserver 2244/udp # NMS Server
hao 2245/tcp # HaO
hao 2245/udp # HaO
pc-mta-addrmap 2246/tcp # PacketCable MTA Addr Map
pc-mta-addrmap 2246/udp # PacketCable MTA Addr Map
ums 2248/tcp # User Management Service
ums 2248/udp # User Management Service
rfmp 2249/tcp # RISO File Manager Protocol
rfmp 2249/udp # RISO File Manager Protocol
remote-collab 2250/tcp # remote-collab
remote-collab 2250/udp # remote-collab
dif-port 2251/tcp # Distributed Framework Port
dif-port 2251/udp # Distributed Framework Port
njenet-ssl 2252/tcp # NJENET using SSL
njenet-ssl 2252/udp # NJENET using SSL
dtv-chan-req 2253/tcp # DTV Channel Request
dtv-chan-req 2253/udp # DTV Channel Request
seispoc 2254/tcp # Seismic P.O.C. Port
seispoc 2254/udp # Seismic P.O.C. Port
vrtp 2255/tcp # VRTP – ViRtue Transfer Protocol
vrtp 2255/udp # VRTP – ViRtue Transfer Protocol
pcc-mfp 2256/tcp # PCC MFP
pcc-mfp 2256/udp # PCC MFP
apc-2260 2260/tcp # APC 2260
apc-2260 2260/udp # APC 2260
comotionmaster 2261/tcp # CoMotion Master Server
comotionmaster 2261/udp # CoMotion Master Server
comotionback 2262/tcp # CoMotion Backup Server
comotionback 2262/udp # CoMotion Backup Server
mfserver 2266/tcp # M-Files Server
mfserver 2266/udp # M-files Server
ontobroker 2267/tcp # OntoBroker
ontobroker 2267/udp # OntoBroker
amt 2268/tcp # AMT
amt 2268/udp # AMT
mikey 2269/tcp # MIKEY
mikey 2269/udp # MIKEY
starschool 2270/tcp # starSchool
starschool 2270/udp # starSchool
mmcals 2271/tcp # Secure Meeting Maker Scheduling
mmcals 2271/udp # Secure Meeting Maker Scheduling
mmcal 2272/tcp # Meeting Maker Scheduling
mmcal 2272/udp # Meeting Maker Scheduling
mysql-im 2273/tcp # MySQL Instance Manager
mysql-im 2273/udp # MySQL Instance Manager
pcttunnell 2274/tcp # PCTTunneller
pcttunnell 2274/udp # PCTTunneller
ibridge-data 2275/tcp # iBridge Conferencing
ibridge-data 2275/udp # iBridge Conferencing
ibridge-mgmt 2276/tcp # iBridge Management
ibridge-mgmt 2276/udp # iBridge Management
bluectrlproxy 2277/tcp # Bt device control proxy
bluectrlproxy 2277/udp # Bt device control proxy
xmquery 2279/tcp # xmquery
xmquery 2279/udp # xmquery
lnvpoller 2280/tcp # LNVPOLLER
lnvpoller 2280/udp # LNVPOLLER
lnvconsole 2281/tcp # LNVCONSOLE
lnvconsole 2281/udp # LNVCONSOLE
lnvalarm 2282/tcp # LNVALARM
lnvalarm 2282/udp # LNVALARM
lnvstatus 2283/tcp # LNVSTATUS
lnvstatus 2283/udp # LNVSTATUS
lnvmaps 2284/tcp # LNVMAPS
lnvmaps 2284/udp # LNVMAPS
lnvmailmon 2285/tcp # LNVMAILMON
lnvmailmon 2285/udp # LNVMAILMON
nas-metering 2286/tcp # NAS-Metering
nas-metering 2286/udp # NAS-Metering
dna 2287/tcp # DNA
dna 2287/udp # DNA
netml 2288/tcp # NETML
netml 2288/udp # NETML
dict-lookup 2289/tcp # Lookup dict server
dict-lookup 2289/udp # Lookup dict server
sonus-logging 2290/tcp # Sonus Logging Services
sonus-logging 2290/udp # Sonus Logging Services
konshus-lm 2294/tcp # Konshus License Manager (FLEX)
konshus-lm 2294/udp # Konshus License Manager (FLEX)
advant-lm 2295/tcp # Advant License Manager
advant-lm 2295/udp # Advant License Manager
theta-lm 2296/tcp # Theta License Manager (Rainbow)
theta-lm 2296/udp # Theta License Manager (Rainbow)
d2k-datamover1 2297/tcp # D2K DataMover 1
d2k-datamover1 2297/udp # D2K DataMover 1
d2k-datamover2 2298/tcp # D2K DataMover 2
d2k-datamover2 2298/udp # D2K DataMover 2
pc-telecommute 2299/tcp # PC Telecommute
pc-telecommute 2299/udp # PC Telecommute
cvmmon 2300/tcp # CVMMON
cvmmon 2300/udp # CVMMON
cpq-wbem 2301/tcp # Compaq HTTP
cpq-wbem 2301/udp # Compaq HTTP
binderysupport 2302/tcp # Bindery Support
binderysupport 2302/udp # Bindery Support
proxy-gateway 2303/tcp # Proxy Gateway
proxy-gateway 2303/udp # Proxy Gateway
attachmate-uts 2304/tcp # Attachmate UTS
attachmate-uts 2304/udp # Attachmate UTS
mt-scaleserver 2305/tcp # MT ScaleServer
mt-scaleserver 2305/udp # MT ScaleServer
tappi-boxnet 2306/tcp # TAPPI BoxNet
tappi-boxnet 2306/udp # TAPPI BoxNet
pehelp 2307/tcp # pehelp
pehelp 2307/udp # pehelp
sdhelp 2308/tcp # sdhelp
sdhelp 2308/udp # sdhelp
sdserver 2309/tcp # SD Server
sdserver 2309/udp # SD Server
sdclient 2310/tcp # SD Client
sdclient 2310/udp # SD Client
messageservice 2311/tcp # Message Service
messageservice 2311/udp # Message Service
iapp 2313/tcp # IAPP (Inter Access Point Protocol)
iapp 2313/udp # IAPP (Inter Access Point Protocol)
cr-websystems 2314/tcp # CR WebSystems
cr-websystems 2314/udp # CR WebSystems
precise-sft 2315/tcp # Precise Sft.
precise-sft 2315/udp # Precise Sft.
sent-lm 2316/tcp # SENT License Manager
sent-lm 2316/udp # SENT License Manager
attachmate-g32 2317/tcp # Attachmate G32
attachmate-g32 2317/udp # Attachmate G32
cadencecontrol 2318/tcp # Cadence Control
cadencecontrol 2318/udp # Cadence Control
infolibria 2319/tcp # InfoLibria
infolibria 2319/udp # InfoLibria
siebel-ns 2320/tcp # Siebel NS
siebel-ns 2320/udp # Siebel NS
rdlap 2321/tcp # RDLAP
rdlap 2321/udp # RDLAP
ofsd 2322/tcp # ofsd
ofsd 2322/udp # ofsd
3d-nfsd 2323/tcp # 3d-nfsd
3d-nfsd 2323/udp # 3d-nfsd
cosmocall 2324/tcp # Cosmocall
cosmocall 2324/udp # Cosmocall
designspace-lm 2325/tcp # Design Space License Management
designspace-lm 2325/udp # Design Space License Management
idcp 2326/tcp # IDCP
idcp 2326/udp # IDCP
xingcsm 2327/tcp # xingcsm
xingcsm 2327/udp # xingcsm
netrix-sftm 2328/tcp # Netrix SFTM
netrix-sftm 2328/udp # Netrix SFTM
tscchat 2330/tcp # TSCCHAT
tscchat 2330/udp # TSCCHAT
agentview 2331/tcp # AGENTVIEW
agentview 2331/udp # AGENTVIEW
rcc-host 2332/tcp # RCC Host
rcc-host 2332/udp # RCC Host
snapp 2333/tcp # SNAPP
snapp 2333/udp # SNAPP
ace-client 2334/tcp # ACE Client Auth
ace-client 2334/udp # ACE Client Auth
ace-proxy 2335/tcp # ACE Proxy
ace-proxy 2335/udp # ACE Proxy
appleugcontrol 2336/tcp # Apple UG Control
appleugcontrol 2336/udp # Apple UG Control
ideesrv 2337/tcp # ideesrv
ideesrv 2337/udp # ideesrv
norton-lambert 2338/tcp # Norton Lambert
norton-lambert 2338/udp # Norton Lambert
3com-webview 2339/tcp # 3Com WebView
3com-webview 2339/udp # 3Com WebView
wrs_registry 2340/tcp # WRS Registry
wrs_registry 2340/udp # WRS Registry
xiostatus 2341/tcp # XIO Status
xiostatus 2341/udp # XIO Status
manage-exec 2342/tcp # Seagate Manage Exec
manage-exec 2342/udp # Seagate Manage Exec
nati-logos 2343/tcp # nati logos
nati-logos 2343/udp # nati logos
fcmsys 2344/tcp # fcmsys
fcmsys 2344/udp # fcmsys
dbm 2345/tcp # dbm
dbm 2345/udp # dbm
redstorm_join 2346/tcp # Game Connection Port
redstorm_join 2346/udp # Game Connection Port
redstorm_find 2347/tcp # Game Announcement and Location
redstorm_find 2347/udp # Game Announcement and Location
redstorm_info 2348/tcp # Information to query for game status
redstorm_info 2348/udp # Information to query for game status
redstorm_diag 2349/tcp # Diagnostics Port
redstorm_diag 2349/udp # Diagnostics Port
psbserver 2350/tcp # psbserver
psbserver 2350/udp # psbserver
psrserver 2351/tcp # psrserver
psrserver 2351/udp # psrserver
pslserver 2352/tcp # pslserver
pslserver 2352/udp # pslserver
pspserver 2353/tcp # pspserver
pspserver 2353/udp # pspserver
psprserver 2354/tcp # psprserver
psprserver 2354/udp # psprserver
psdbserver 2355/tcp # psdbserver
psdbserver 2355/udp # psdbserver
gxtelmd 2356/tcp # GXT License Managemant
gxtelmd 2356/udp # GXT License Managemant
unihub-server 2357/tcp # UniHub Server
unihub-server 2357/udp # UniHub Server
futrix 2358/tcp # Futrix
futrix 2358/udp # Futrix
flukeserver 2359/tcp # FlukeServer
flukeserver 2359/udp # FlukeServer
nexstorindltd 2360/tcp # NexstorIndLtd
nexstorindltd 2360/udp # NexstorIndLtd
tl1 2361/tcp # TL1
tl1 2361/udp # TL1
digiman 2362/tcp # digiman
digiman 2362/udp # digiman
mediacntrlnfsd 2363/tcp # Media Central NFSD
mediacntrlnfsd 2363/udp # Media Central NFSD
oi-2000 2364/tcp # OI-2000
oi-2000 2364/udp # OI-2000
dbref 2365/tcp # dbref
dbref 2365/udp # dbref
qip-login 2366/tcp # qip-login
qip-login 2366/udp # qip-login
service-ctrl 2367/tcp # Service Control
service-ctrl 2367/udp # Service Control
opentable 2368/tcp # OpenTable
opentable 2368/udp # OpenTable
acs2000-dsp 2369/tcp # ACS2000 DSP
acs2000-dsp 2369/udp # ACS2000 DSP
l3-hbmon 2370/tcp # L3-HBMon
l3-hbmon 2370/udp # L3-HBMon
worldwire 2371/tcp # Compaq WorldWire Port
worldwire 2371/udp # Compaq WorldWire Port
compaq-https 2381/tcp # Compaq HTTPS
compaq-https 2381/udp # Compaq HTTPS
ms-olap3 2382/tcp # Microsoft OLAP
ms-olap3 2382/udp # Microsoft OLAP
ms-olap4 2383/tcp # Microsoft OLAP
ms-olap4 2383/udp # Microsoft OLAP
sd-request 2384/tcp # SD-REQUEST
sd-capacity 2384/udp # SD-CAPACITY
sd-data 2385/tcp # SD-DATA
sd-data 2385/udp # SD-DATA
virtualtape 2386/tcp # Virtual Tape
virtualtape 2386/udp # Virtual Tape
vsamredirector 2387/tcp # VSAM Redirector
vsamredirector 2387/udp # VSAM Redirector
mynahautostart 2388/tcp # MYNAH AutoStart
mynahautostart 2388/udp # MYNAH AutoStart
ovsessionmgr 2389/tcp # OpenView Session Mgr
ovsessionmgr 2389/udp # OpenView Session Mgr
rsmtp 2390/tcp # RSMTP
rsmtp 2390/udp # RSMTP
3com-net-mgmt 2391/tcp # 3COM Net Management
3com-net-mgmt 2391/udp # 3COM Net Management
tacticalauth 2392/tcp # Tactical Auth
tacticalauth 2392/udp # Tactical Auth
ms-olap1 2393/tcp # MS OLAP 1
ms-olap1 2393/udp # MS OLAP 1
ms-olap2 2394/tcp # MS OLAP 2
ms-olap2 2394/udp # MS OLAP 2
lan900_remote 2395/tcp # LAN900 Remote
lan900_remote 2395/udp # LAN900 Remote
wusage 2396/tcp # Wusage
wusage 2396/udp # Wusage
ncl 2397/tcp # NCL
ncl 2397/udp # NCL
orbiter 2398/tcp # Orbiter
orbiter 2398/udp # Orbiter
fmpro-fdal 2399/tcp # FileMaker, Inc. – Data Access Layer
fmpro-fdal 2399/udp # FileMaker, Inc. – Data Access Layer
opequus-server 2400/tcp # OpEquus Server
opequus-server 2400/udp # OpEquus Server
taskmaster2000 2402/tcp # TaskMaster 2000 Server
taskmaster2000 2402/udp # TaskMaster 2000 Server
taskmaster2000 2403/tcp # TaskMaster 2000 Web
taskmaster2000 2403/udp # TaskMaster 2000 Web
iec-104 2404/tcp # IEC 60870-5-104 process control over IP
iec-104 2404/udp # IEC 60870-5-104 process control over IP
trc-netpoll 2405/tcp # TRC Netpoll
trc-netpoll 2405/udp # TRC Netpoll
jediserver 2406/tcp # JediServer
jediserver 2406/udp # JediServer
orion 2407/tcp # Orion
orion 2407/udp # Orion
optimanet 2408/tcp # OptimaNet
optimanet 2408/udp # OptimaNet
sns-protocol 2409/tcp # SNS Protocol
sns-protocol 2409/udp # SNS Protocol
vrts-registry 2410/tcp # VRTS Registry
vrts-registry 2410/udp # VRTS Registry
netwave-ap-mgmt 2411/tcp # Netwave AP Management
netwave-ap-mgmt 2411/udp # Netwave AP Management
cdn 2412/tcp # CDN
cdn 2412/udp # CDN
orion-rmi-reg 2413/tcp # orion-rmi-reg
orion-rmi-reg 2413/udp # orion-rmi-reg
beeyond 2414/tcp # Beeyond
beeyond 2414/udp # Beeyond
codima-rtp 2415/tcp # Codima Remote Transaction Protocol
codima-rtp 2415/udp # Codima Remote Transaction Protocol
rmtserver 2416/tcp # RMT Server
rmtserver 2416/udp # RMT Server
composit-server 2417/tcp # Composit Server
composit-server 2417/udp # Composit Server
cas 2418/tcp # cas
cas 2418/udp # cas
attachmate-s2s 2419/tcp # Attachmate S2S
attachmate-s2s 2419/udp # Attachmate S2S
dslremote-mgmt 2420/tcp # DSL Remote Management
dslremote-mgmt 2420/udp # DSL Remote Management
g-talk 2421/tcp # G-Talk
g-talk 2421/udp # G-Talk
crmsbits 2422/tcp # CRMSBITS
crmsbits 2422/udp # CRMSBITS
rnrp 2423/tcp # RNRP
rnrp 2423/udp # RNRP
kofax-svr 2424/tcp # KOFAX-SVR
kofax-svr 2424/udp # KOFAX-SVR
fjitsuappmgr 2425/tcp # Fujitsu App Manager
fjitsuappmgr 2425/udp # Fujitsu App Manager
mgcp-gateway 2427/tcp # Media Gateway Control Protocol Gateway
mgcp-gateway 2427/udp # Media Gateway Control Protocol Gateway
ott 2428/tcp # One Way Trip Time
ott 2428/udp # One Way Trip Time
ft-role 2429/tcp # FT-ROLE
ft-role 2429/udp # FT-ROLE
pxc-epmap 2434/tcp # pxc-epmap
pxc-epmap 2434/udp # pxc-epmap
optilogic 2435/tcp # OptiLogic
optilogic 2435/udp # OptiLogic
topx 2436/tcp # TOP/X
topx 2436/udp # TOP/X
unicontrol 2437/tcp # UniControl
unicontrol 2437/udp # UniControl
sybasedbsynch 2439/tcp # SybaseDBSynch
sybasedbsynch 2439/udp # SybaseDBSynch
spearway 2440/tcp # Spearway Lockers
spearway 2440/udp # Spearway Lockers
pvsw-inet 2441/tcp # Pervasive I*net Data Server
pvsw-inet 2441/udp # Pervasive I*net Data Server
netangel 2442/tcp # Netangel
netangel 2442/udp # Netangel
powerclientcsf 2443/tcp # PowerClient Central Storage Facility
powerclientcsf 2443/udp # PowerClient Central Storage Facility
btpp2sectrans 2444/tcp # BT PP2 Sectrans
btpp2sectrans 2444/udp # BT PP2 Sectrans
dtn1 2445/tcp # DTN1
dtn1 2445/udp # DTN1
bues_service 2446/tcp # bues_service
bues_service 2446/udp # bues_service
ovwdb 2447/tcp # OpenView NNM daemon
ovwdb 2447/udp # OpenView NNM daemon
hpppssvr 2448/tcp # hpppsvr
hpppssvr 2448/udp # hpppsvr
ratl 2449/tcp # RATL
ratl 2449/udp # RATL
netadmin 2450/tcp # netadmin
netadmin 2450/udp # netadmin
netchat 2451/tcp # netchat
netchat 2451/udp # netchat
snifferclient 2452/tcp # SnifferClient
snifferclient 2452/udp # SnifferClient
madge-ltd 2453/tcp # madge ltd
madge-ltd 2453/udp # madge ltd
indx-dds 2454/tcp # IndX-DDS
indx-dds 2454/udp # IndX-DDS
wago-io-system 2455/tcp # WAGO-IO-SYSTEM
wago-io-system 2455/udp # WAGO-IO-SYSTEM
altav-remmgt 2456/tcp # altav-remmgt
altav-remmgt 2456/udp # altav-remmgt
rapido-ip 2457/tcp # Rapido_IP
rapido-ip 2457/udp # Rapido_IP
griffin 2458/tcp # griffin
griffin 2458/udp # griffin
community 2459/tcp # Community
community 2459/udp # Community
ms-theater 2460/tcp # ms-theater
ms-theater 2460/udp # ms-theater
qadmifoper 2461/tcp # qadmifoper
qadmifoper 2461/udp # qadmifoper
qadmifevent 2462/tcp # qadmifevent
qadmifevent 2462/udp # qadmifevent
symbios-raid 2463/tcp # Symbios Raid
symbios-raid 2463/udp # Symbios Raid
direcpc-si 2464/tcp # DirecPC SI
direcpc-si 2464/udp # DirecPC SI
lbm 2465/tcp # Load Balance Management
lbm 2465/udp # Load Balance Management
lbf 2466/tcp # Load Balance Forwarding
lbf 2466/udp # Load Balance Forwarding
high-criteria 2467/tcp # High Criteria
high-criteria 2467/udp # High Criteria
qip-msgd 2468/tcp # qip_msgd
qip-msgd 2468/udp # qip_msgd
mti-tcs-comm 2469/tcp # MTI-TCS-COMM
mti-tcs-comm 2469/udp # MTI-TCS-COMM
taskman-port 2470/tcp # taskman port
taskman-port 2470/udp # taskman port
seaodbc 2471/tcp # SeaODBC
seaodbc 2471/udp # SeaODBC
c3 2472/tcp # C3
c3 2472/udp # C3
aker-cdp 2473/tcp # Aker-cdp
aker-cdp 2473/udp # Aker-cdp
vitalanalysis 2474/tcp # Vital Analysis
vitalanalysis 2474/udp # Vital Analysis
ace-server 2475/tcp # ACE Server
ace-server 2475/udp # ACE Server
ace-svr-prop 2476/tcp # ACE Server Propagation
ace-svr-prop 2476/udp # ACE Server Propagation
ssm-cvs 2477/tcp # SecurSight Certificate Valifation Service
ssm-cvs 2477/udp # SecurSight Certificate Valifation Service
ssm-cssps 2478/tcp # SecurSight Authentication Server (SSL)
ssm-cssps 2478/udp # SecurSight Authentication Server (SSL)
ssm-els 2479/tcp # SecurSight Event Logging Server (SSL)
ssm-els 2479/udp # SecurSight Event Logging Server (SSL)
lingwood 2480/tcp # Lingwood’s Detail
lingwood 2480/udp # Lingwood’s Detail
giop 2481/tcp # Oracle GIOP
giop 2481/udp # Oracle GIOP
giop-ssl 2482/tcp # Oracle GIOP SSL
giop-ssl 2482/udp # Oracle GIOP SSL
ttc 2483/tcp # Oracle TTC
ttc 2483/udp # Oracle TTC
ttc-ssl 2484/tcp # Oracle TTC SSL
ttc-ssl 2484/udp # Oracle TTC SSL
netobjects1 2485/tcp # Net Objects1
netobjects1 2485/udp # Net Objects1
netobjects2 2486/tcp # Net Objects2
netobjects2 2486/udp # Net Objects2
pns 2487/tcp # Policy Notice Service
pns 2487/udp # Policy Notice Service
moy-corp 2488/tcp # Moy Corporation
moy-corp 2488/udp # Moy Corporation
tsilb 2489/tcp # TSILB
tsilb 2489/udp # TSILB
qip-qdhcp 2490/tcp # qip_qdhcp
qip-qdhcp 2490/udp # qip_qdhcp
conclave-cpp 2491/tcp # Conclave CPP
conclave-cpp 2491/udp # Conclave CPP
groove 2492/tcp # GROOVE
groove 2492/udp # GROOVE
talarian-mqs 2493/tcp # Talarian MQS
talarian-mqs 2493/udp # Talarian MQS
bmc-ar 2494/tcp # BMC AR
bmc-ar 2494/udp # BMC AR
fast-rem-serv 2495/tcp # Fast Remote Services
fast-rem-serv 2495/udp # Fast Remote Services
dirgis 2496/tcp # DIRGIS
dirgis 2496/udp # DIRGIS
quaddb 2497/tcp # Quad DB
quaddb 2497/udp # Quad DB
odn-castraq 2498/tcp # ODN-CasTraq
odn-castraq 2498/udp # ODN-CasTraq
rtsserv 2500/tcp # Resource Tracking system server
rtsserv 2500/udp # Resource Tracking system server
rtsclient 2501/tcp # Resource Tracking system client
rtsclient 2501/udp # Resource Tracking system client
kentrox-prot 2502/tcp # Kentrox Protocol
kentrox-prot 2502/udp # Kentrox Protocol
nms-dpnss 2503/tcp # NMS-DPNSS
nms-dpnss 2503/udp # NMS-DPNSS
wlbs 2504/tcp # WLBS
wlbs 2504/udp # WLBS
ppcontrol 2505/tcp # PowerPlay Control
ppcontrol 2505/udp # PowerPlay Control
jbroker 2506/tcp # jbroker
jbroker 2506/udp # jbroker
spock 2507/tcp # spock
spock 2507/udp # spock
jdatastore 2508/tcp # JDataStore
jdatastore 2508/udp # JDataStore
fjmpss 2509/tcp # fjmpss
fjmpss 2509/udp # fjmpss
fjappmgrbulk 2510/tcp # fjappmgrbulk
fjappmgrbulk 2510/udp # fjappmgrbulk
metastorm 2511/tcp # Metastorm
metastorm 2511/udp # Metastorm
citrixima 2512/tcp # Citrix IMA
citrixima 2512/udp # Citrix IMA
citrixadmin 2513/tcp # Citrix ADMIN
citrixadmin 2513/udp # Citrix ADMIN
facsys-ntp 2514/tcp # Facsys NTP
facsys-ntp 2514/udp # Facsys NTP
facsys-router 2515/tcp # Facsys Router
facsys-router 2515/udp # Facsys Router
maincontrol 2516/tcp # Main Control
maincontrol 2516/udp # Main Control
call-sig-trans 2517/tcp # H.323 Annex E call signaling transport
call-sig-trans 2517/udp # H.323 Annex E call signaling transport
willy 2518/tcp # Willy
willy 2518/udp # Willy
globmsgsvc 2519/tcp # globmsgsvc
globmsgsvc 2519/udp # globmsgsvc
pvsw 2520/tcp # Pervasive Listener
pvsw 2520/udp # Pervasive Listener
adaptecmgr 2521/tcp # Adaptec Manager
adaptecmgr 2521/udp # Adaptec Manager
windb 2522/tcp # WinDb
windb 2522/udp # WinDb
qke-llc-v3 2523/tcp # Qke LLC V.3
qke-llc-v3 2523/udp # Qke LLC V.3
optiwave-lm 2524/tcp # Optiwave License Management
optiwave-lm 2524/udp # Optiwave License Management
ms-v-worlds 2525/tcp # MS V-Worlds
ms-v-worlds 2525/udp # MS V-Worlds
ema-sent-lm 2526/tcp # EMA License Manager
ema-sent-lm 2526/udp # EMA License Manager
iqserver 2527/tcp # IQ Server
iqserver 2527/udp # IQ Server
ncr_ccl 2528/tcp # NCR CCL
ncr_ccl 2528/udp # NCR CCL
utsftp 2529/tcp # UTS FTP
utsftp 2529/udp # UTS FTP
vrcommerce 2530/tcp # VR Commerce
vrcommerce 2530/udp # VR Commerce
ito-e-gui 2531/tcp # ITO-E GUI
ito-e-gui 2531/udp # ITO-E GUI
ovtopmd 2532/tcp # OVTOPMD
ovtopmd 2532/udp # OVTOPMD
snifferserver 2533/tcp # SnifferServer
snifferserver 2533/udp # SnifferServer
combox-web-acc 2534/tcp # Combox Web Access
combox-web-acc 2534/udp # Combox Web Access
madcap 2535/tcp # MADCAP
madcap 2535/udp # MADCAP
btpp2audctr1 2536/tcp # btpp2audctr1
btpp2audctr1 2536/udp # btpp2audctr1
upgrade 2537/tcp # Upgrade Protocol
upgrade 2537/udp # Upgrade Protocol
vnwk-prapi 2538/tcp # vnwk-prapi
vnwk-prapi 2538/udp # vnwk-prapi
vsiadmin 2539/tcp # VSI Admin
vsiadmin 2539/udp # VSI Admin
lonworks 2540/tcp # LonWorks
lonworks 2540/udp # LonWorks
lonworks2 2541/tcp # LonWorks2
lonworks2 2541/udp # LonWorks2
davinci 2542/tcp # daVinci Presenter
davinci 2542/udp # daVinci Presenter
reftek 2543/tcp # REFTEK
reftek 2543/udp # REFTEK
novell-zen 2544/tcp # Novell ZEN
novell-zen 2544/udp # Novell ZEN
sis-emt 2545/tcp # sis-emt
sis-emt 2545/udp # sis-emt
vytalvaultbrtp 2546/tcp # vytalvaultbrtp
vytalvaultbrtp 2546/udp # vytalvaultbrtp
vytalvaultvsmp 2547/tcp # vytalvaultvsmp
vytalvaultvsmp 2547/udp # vytalvaultvsmp
vytalvaultpipe 2548/tcp # vytalvaultpipe
vytalvaultpipe 2548/udp # vytalvaultpipe
ipass 2549/tcp # IPASS
ipass 2549/udp # IPASS
ads 2550/tcp # ADS
ads 2550/udp # ADS
isg-uda-server 2551/tcp # ISG UDA Server
isg-uda-server 2551/udp # ISG UDA Server
call-logging 2552/tcp # Call Logging
call-logging 2552/udp # Call Logging
efidiningport 2553/tcp # efidiningport
efidiningport 2553/udp # efidiningport
vcnet-link-v10 2554/tcp # VCnet-Link v10
vcnet-link-v10 2554/udp # VCnet-Link v10
compaq-wcp 2555/tcp # Compaq WCP
compaq-wcp 2555/udp # Compaq WCP
nicetec-nmsvc 2556/tcp # nicetec-nmsvc
nicetec-nmsvc 2556/udp # nicetec-nmsvc
nicetec-mgmt 2557/tcp # nicetec-mgmt
nicetec-mgmt 2557/udp # nicetec-mgmt
pclemultimedia 2558/tcp # PCLE Multi Media
pclemultimedia 2558/udp # PCLE Multi Media
lstp 2559/tcp # LSTP
lstp 2559/udp # LSTP
labrat 2560/tcp # labrat
labrat 2560/udp # labrat
mosaixcc 2561/tcp # MosaixCC
mosaixcc 2561/udp # MosaixCC
delibo 2562/tcp # Delibo
delibo 2562/udp # Delibo
cti-redwood 2563/tcp # CTI Redwood
cti-redwood 2563/udp # CTI Redwood
hp-3000-telnet 2564/tcp # HP 3000 NS/VT block mode telnet
coord-svr 2565/tcp # Coordinator Server
coord-svr 2565/udp # Coordinator Server
pcs-pcw 2566/tcp # pcs-pcw
pcs-pcw 2566/udp # pcs-pcw
clp 2567/tcp # Cisco Line Protocol
clp 2567/udp # Cisco Line Protocol
spamtrap 2568/tcp # SPAM TRAP
spamtrap 2568/udp # SPAM TRAP
sonuscallsig 2569/tcp # Sonus Call Signal
sonuscallsig 2569/udp # Sonus Call Signal
hs-port 2570/tcp # HS Port
hs-port 2570/udp # HS Port
cecsvc 2571/tcp # CECSVC
cecsvc 2571/udp # CECSVC
ibp 2572/tcp # IBP
ibp 2572/udp # IBP
trustestablish 2573/tcp # Trust Establish
trustestablish 2573/udp # Trust Establish
blockade-bpsp 2574/tcp # Blockade BPSP
blockade-bpsp 2574/udp # Blockade BPSP
hl7 2575/tcp # HL7
hl7 2575/udp # HL7
tclprodebugger 2576/tcp # TCL Pro Debugger
tclprodebugger 2576/udp # TCL Pro Debugger
scipticslsrvr 2577/tcp # Scriptics Lsrvr
scipticslsrvr 2577/udp # Scriptics Lsrvr
rvs-isdn-dcp 2578/tcp # RVS ISDN DCP
rvs-isdn-dcp 2578/udp # RVS ISDN DCP
mpfoncl 2579/tcp # mpfoncl
mpfoncl 2579/udp # mpfoncl
tributary 2580/tcp # Tributary
tributary 2580/udp # Tributary
argis-te 2581/tcp # ARGIS TE
argis-te 2581/udp # ARGIS TE
argis-ds 2582/tcp # ARGIS DS
argis-ds 2582/udp # ARGIS DS
mon 2583/tcp # MON
mon 2583/udp # MON
cyaserv 2584/tcp # cyaserv
cyaserv 2584/udp # cyaserv
netx-server 2585/tcp # NETX Server
netx-server 2585/udp # NETX Server
netx-agent 2586/tcp # NETX Agent
netx-agent 2586/udp # NETX Agent
masc 2587/tcp # MASC
masc 2587/udp # MASC
privilege 2588/tcp # Privilege
privilege 2588/udp # Privilege
quartus-tcl 2589/tcp # quartus tcl
quartus-tcl 2589/udp # quartus tcl
idotdist 2590/tcp # idotdist
idotdist 2590/udp # idotdist
maytagshuffle 2591/tcp # Maytag Shuffle
maytagshuffle 2591/udp # Maytag Shuffle
netrek 2592/tcp # netrek
netrek 2592/udp # netrek
mns-mail 2593/tcp # MNS Mail Notice Service
mns-mail 2593/udp # MNS Mail Notice Service
dts 2594/tcp # Data Base Server
dts 2594/udp # Data Base Server
worldfusion1 2595/tcp # World Fusion 1
worldfusion1 2595/udp # World Fusion 1
worldfusion2 2596/tcp # World Fusion 2
worldfusion2 2596/udp # World Fusion 2
homesteadglory 2597/tcp # Homestead Glory
homesteadglory 2597/udp # Homestead Glory
citriximaclient 2598/tcp # Citrix MA Client
citriximaclient 2598/udp # Citrix MA Client
snapd 2599/tcp # Snap Discovery
snapd 2599/udp # Snap Discovery
connection 2607/tcp # Dell Connection
connection 2607/udp # Dell Connection
wag-service 2608/tcp # Wag Service
wag-service 2608/udp # Wag Service
system-monitor 2609/tcp # System Monitor
system-monitor 2609/udp # System Monitor
versa-tek 2610/tcp # VersaTek
versa-tek 2610/udp # VersaTek
lionhead 2611/tcp # LIONHEAD
lionhead 2611/udp # LIONHEAD
qpasa-agent 2612/tcp # Qpasa Agent
qpasa-agent 2612/udp # Qpasa Agent
smntubootstrap 2613/tcp # SMNTUBootstrap
smntubootstrap 2613/udp # SMNTUBootstrap
neveroffline 2614/tcp # Never Offline
neveroffline 2614/udp # Never Offline
firepower 2615/tcp # firepower
firepower 2615/udp # firepower
appswitch-emp 2616/tcp # appswitch-emp
appswitch-emp 2616/udp # appswitch-emp
cmadmin 2617/tcp # Clinical Context Managers
cmadmin 2617/udp # Clinical Context Managers
priority-e-com 2618/tcp # Priority E-Com
priority-e-com 2618/udp # Priority E-Com
bruce 2619/tcp # bruce
bruce 2619/udp # bruce
lpsrecommender 2620/tcp # LPSRecommender
lpsrecommender 2620/udp # LPSRecommender
miles-apart 2621/tcp # Miles Apart Jukebox Server
miles-apart 2621/udp # Miles Apart Jukebox Server
metricadbc 2622/tcp # MetricaDBC
metricadbc 2622/udp # MetricaDBC
lmdp 2623/tcp # LMDP
lmdp 2623/udp # LMDP
aria 2624/tcp # Aria
aria 2624/udp # Aria
blwnkl-port 2625/tcp # Blwnkl Port
blwnkl-port 2625/udp # Blwnkl Port
gbjd816 2626/tcp # gbjd816
gbjd816 2626/udp # gbjd816
moshebeeri 2627/tcp # Moshe Beeri
moshebeeri 2627/udp # Moshe Beeri
sitaraserver 2629/tcp # Sitara Server
sitaraserver 2629/udp # Sitara Server
sitaramgmt 2630/tcp # Sitara Management
sitaramgmt 2630/udp # Sitara Management
sitaradir 2631/tcp # Sitara Dir
sitaradir 2631/udp # Sitara Dir
irdg-post 2632/tcp # IRdg Post
irdg-post 2632/udp # IRdg Post
interintelli 2633/tcp # InterIntelli
interintelli 2633/udp # InterIntelli
pk-electronics 2634/tcp # PK Electronics
pk-electronics 2634/udp # PK Electronics
backburner 2635/tcp # Back Burner
backburner 2635/udp # Back Burner
solve 2636/tcp # Solve
solve 2636/udp # Solve
imdocsvc 2637/tcp # Import Document Service
imdocsvc 2637/udp # Import Document Service
sybaseanywhere 2638/tcp # Sybase Anywhere
sybaseanywhere 2638/udp # Sybase Anywhere
aminet 2639/tcp # AMInet
aminet 2639/udp # AMInet
sai_sentlm 2640/tcp # Sabbagh Associates Licence Manager
sai_sentlm 2640/udp # Sabbagh Associates Licence Manager
hdl-srv 2641/tcp # HDL Server
hdl-srv 2641/udp # HDL Server
tragic 2642/tcp # Tragic
tragic 2642/udp # Tragic
gte-samp 2643/tcp # GTE-SAMP
gte-samp 2643/udp # GTE-SAMP
travsoft-ipx-t 2644/tcp # Travsoft IPX Tunnel
travsoft-ipx-t 2644/udp # Travsoft IPX Tunnel
novell-ipx-cmd 2645/tcp # Novell IPX CMD
novell-ipx-cmd 2645/udp # Novell IPX CMD
and-lm 2646/tcp # AND License Manager
and-lm 2646/udp # AND License Manager
syncserver 2647/tcp # SyncServer
syncserver 2647/udp # SyncServer
upsnotifyprot 2648/tcp # Upsnotifyprot
upsnotifyprot 2648/udp # Upsnotifyprot
vpsipport 2649/tcp # VPSIPPORT
vpsipport 2649/udp # VPSIPPORT
eristwoguns 2650/tcp # eristwoguns
eristwoguns 2650/udp # eristwoguns
ebinsite 2651/tcp # EBInSite
ebinsite 2651/udp # EBInSite
interpathpanel 2652/tcp # InterPathPanel
interpathpanel 2652/udp # InterPathPanel
sonus 2653/tcp # Sonus
sonus 2653/udp # Sonus
corel_vncadmin 2654/tcp # Corel VNC Admin
corel_vncadmin 2654/udp # Corel VNC Admin
unglue 2655/tcp # UNIX Nt Glue
unglue 2655/udp # UNIX Nt Glue
kana 2656/tcp # Kana
kana 2656/udp # Kana
sns-dispatcher 2657/tcp # SNS Dispatcher
sns-dispatcher 2657/udp # SNS Dispatcher
sns-admin 2658/tcp # SNS Admin
sns-admin 2658/udp # SNS Admin
sns-query 2659/tcp # SNS Query
sns-query 2659/udp # SNS Query
gcmonitor 2660/tcp # GC Monitor
gcmonitor 2660/udp # GC Monitor
olhost 2661/tcp # OLHOST
olhost 2661/udp # OLHOST
bintec-capi 2662/tcp # BinTec-CAPI
bintec-capi 2662/udp # BinTec-CAPI
bintec-tapi 2663/tcp # BinTec-TAPI
bintec-tapi 2663/udp # BinTec-TAPI
patrol-mq-gm 2664/tcp # Patrol for MQ GM
patrol-mq-gm 2664/udp # Patrol for MQ GM
patrol-mq-nm 2665/tcp # Patrol for MQ NM
patrol-mq-nm 2665/udp # Patrol for MQ NM
extensis 2666/tcp # extensis
extensis 2666/udp # extensis
alarm-clock-s 2667/tcp # Alarm Clock Server
alarm-clock-s 2667/udp # Alarm Clock Server
alarm-clock-c 2668/tcp # Alarm Clock Client
alarm-clock-c 2668/udp # Alarm Clock Client
toad 2669/tcp # TOAD
toad 2669/udp # TOAD
tve-announce 2670/tcp # TVE Announce
tve-announce 2670/udp # TVE Announce
newlixreg 2671/tcp # newlixreg
newlixreg 2671/udp # newlixreg
nhserver 2672/tcp # nhserver
nhserver 2672/udp # nhserver
firstcall42 2673/tcp # First Call 42
firstcall42 2673/udp # First Call 42
ewnn 2674/tcp # ewnn
ewnn 2674/udp # ewnn
ttc-etap 2675/tcp # TTC ETAP
ttc-etap 2675/udp # TTC ETAP
simslink 2676/tcp # SIMSLink
simslink 2676/udp # SIMSLink
gadgetgate1way 2677/tcp # Gadget Gate 1 Way
gadgetgate1way 2677/udp # Gadget Gate 1 Way
gadgetgate2way 2678/tcp # Gadget Gate 2 Way
gadgetgate2way 2678/udp # Gadget Gate 2 Way
syncserverssl 2679/tcp # Sync Server SSL
syncserverssl 2679/udp # Sync Server SSL
pxc-sapxom 2680/tcp # pxc-sapxom
pxc-sapxom 2680/udp # pxc-sapxom
mpnjsomb 2681/tcp # mpnjsomb
mpnjsomb 2681/udp # mpnjsomb
ncdloadbalance 2683/tcp # NCDLoadBalance
ncdloadbalance 2683/udp # NCDLoadBalance
mpnjsosv 2684/tcp # mpnjsosv
mpnjsosv 2684/udp # mpnjsosv
mpnjsocl 2685/tcp # mpnjsocl
mpnjsocl 2685/udp # mpnjsocl
mpnjsomg 2686/tcp # mpnjsomg
mpnjsomg 2686/udp # mpnjsomg
pq-lic-mgmt 2687/tcp # pq-lic-mgmt
pq-lic-mgmt 2687/udp # pq-lic-mgmt
md-cg-http 2688/tcp # md-cf-http
md-cg-http 2688/udp # md-cf-http
fastlynx 2689/tcp # FastLynx
fastlynx 2689/udp # FastLynx
hp-nnm-data 2690/tcp # HP NNM Embedded Database
hp-nnm-data 2690/udp # HP NNM Embedded Database
itinternet 2691/tcp # ITInternet ISM Server
itinternet 2691/udp # ITInternet ISM Server
admins-lms 2692/tcp # Admins LMS
admins-lms 2692/udp # Admins LMS
pwrsevent 2694/tcp # pwrsevent
pwrsevent 2694/udp # pwrsevent
vspread 2695/tcp # VSPREAD
vspread 2695/udp # VSPREAD
unifyadmin 2696/tcp # Unify Admin
unifyadmin 2696/udp # Unify Admin
oce-snmp-trap 2697/tcp # Oce SNMP Trap Port
oce-snmp-trap 2697/udp # Oce SNMP Trap Port
mck-ivpip 2698/tcp # MCK-IVPIP
mck-ivpip 2698/udp # MCK-IVPIP
csoft-plusclnt 2699/tcp # Csoft Plus Client
csoft-plusclnt 2699/udp # Csoft Plus Client
tqdata 2700/tcp # tqdata
tqdata 2700/udp # tqdata
sms-rcinfo 2701/tcp # SMS RCINFO
sms-rcinfo 2701/udp # SMS RCINFO
sms-xfer 2702/tcp # SMS XFER
sms-xfer 2702/udp # SMS XFER
sms-chat 2703/tcp # SMS CHAT
sms-chat 2703/udp # SMS CHAT
sms-remctrl 2704/tcp # SMS REMCTRL
sms-remctrl 2704/udp # SMS REMCTRL
sds-admin 2705/tcp # SDS Admin
sds-admin 2705/udp # SDS Admin
ncdmirroring 2706/tcp # NCD Mirroring
ncdmirroring 2706/udp # NCD Mirroring
emcsymapiport 2707/tcp # EMCSYMAPIPORT
emcsymapiport 2707/udp # EMCSYMAPIPORT
banyan-net 2708/tcp # Banyan-Net
banyan-net 2708/udp # Banyan-Net
supermon 2709/tcp # Supermon
supermon 2709/udp # Supermon
sso-service 2710/tcp # SSO Service
sso-service 2710/udp # SSO Service
sso-control 2711/tcp # SSO Control
sso-control 2711/udp # SSO Control
aocp 2712/tcp # Axapta Object Communication Protocol
aocp 2712/udp # Axapta Object Communication Protocol
raven1 2713/tcp # Raven1
raven1 2713/udp # Raven1
raven2 2714/tcp # Raven2
raven2 2714/udp # Raven2
hpstgmgr2 2715/tcp # HPSTGMGR2
hpstgmgr2 2715/udp # HPSTGMGR2
inova-ip-disco 2716/tcp # Inova IP Disco
inova-ip-disco 2716/udp # Inova IP Disco
pn-requester 2717/tcp # PN REQUESTER
pn-requester 2717/udp # PN REQUESTER
pn-requester2 2718/tcp # PN REQUESTER 2
pn-requester2 2718/udp # PN REQUESTER 2
scan-change 2719/tcp # Scan & Change
scan-change 2719/udp # Scan & Change
wkars 2720/tcp # wkars
wkars 2720/udp # wkars
smart-diagnose 2721/tcp # Smart Diagnose
smart-diagnose 2721/udp # Smart Diagnose
proactivesrvr 2722/tcp # Proactive Server
proactivesrvr 2722/udp # Proactive Server
watchdognt 2723/tcp # WatchDog NT
watchdognt 2723/udp # WatchDog NT
qotps 2724/tcp # qotps
qotps 2724/udp # qotps
msolap-ptp2 2725/tcp # MSOLAP PTP2
msolap-ptp2 2725/udp # MSOLAP PTP2
tams 2726/tcp # TAMS
tams 2726/udp # TAMS
mgcp-callagent 2727/tcp # Media Gateway Control Protocol Call Agent
mgcp-callagent 2727/udp # Media Gateway Control Protocol Call Agent
sqdr 2728/tcp # SQDR
sqdr 2728/udp # SQDR
tcim-control 2729/tcp # TCIM Control
tcim-control 2729/udp # TCIM Control
nec-raidplus 2730/tcp # NEC RaidPlus
nec-raidplus 2730/udp # NEC RaidPlus
fyre-messanger 2731/tcp # Fyre Messanger
fyre-messanger 2731/udp # Fyre Messagner
g5m 2732/tcp # G5M
g5m 2732/udp # G5M
signet-ctf 2733/tcp # Signet CTF
signet-ctf 2733/udp # Signet CTF
ccs-software 2734/tcp # CCS Software
ccs-software 2734/udp # CCS Software
netiq-mc 2735/tcp # NetIQ Monitor Console
netiq-mc 2735/udp # NetIQ Monitor Console
radwiz-nms-srv 2736/tcp # RADWIZ NMS SRV
radwiz-nms-srv 2736/udp # RADWIZ NMS SRV
srp-feedback 2737/tcp # SRP Feedback
srp-feedback 2737/udp # SRP Feedback
ndl-tcp-ois-gw 2738/tcp # NDL TCP-OSI Gateway
ndl-tcp-ois-gw 2738/udp # NDL TCP-OSI Gateway
tn-timing 2739/tcp # TN Timing
tn-timing 2739/udp # TN Timing
alarm 2740/tcp # Alarm
alarm 2740/udp # Alarm
tsb 2741/tcp # TSB
tsb 2741/udp # TSB
tsb2 2742/tcp # TSB2
tsb2 2742/udp # TSB2
murx 2743/tcp # murx
murx 2743/udp # murx
honyaku 2744/tcp # honyaku
honyaku 2744/udp # honyaku
urbisnet 2745/tcp # URBISNET
urbisnet 2745/udp # URBISNET
cpudpencap 2746/tcp # CPUDPENCAP
cpudpencap 2746/udp # CPUDPENCAP
fjippol-swrly 2747/tcp
fjippol-swrly 2747/udp
fjippol-polsvr 2748/tcp
fjippol-polsvr 2748/udp
fjippol-cnsl 2749/tcp
fjippol-cnsl 2749/udp
fjippol-port1 2750/tcp
fjippol-port1 2750/udp
fjippol-port2 2751/tcp
fjippol-port2 2751/udp
rsisysaccess 2752/tcp # RSISYS ACCESS
rsisysaccess 2752/udp # RSISYS ACCESS
de-spot 2753/tcp # de-spot
de-spot 2753/udp # de-spot
apollo-cc 2754/tcp # APOLLO CC
apollo-cc 2754/udp # APOLLO CC
expresspay 2755/tcp # Express Pay
expresspay 2755/udp # Express Pay
simplement-tie 2756/tcp # simplement-tie
simplement-tie 2756/udp # simplement-tie
cnrp 2757/tcp # CNRP
cnrp 2757/udp # CNRP
apollo-status 2758/tcp # APOLLO Status
apollo-status 2758/udp # APOLLO Status
apollo-gms 2759/tcp # APOLLO GMS
apollo-gms 2759/udp # APOLLO GMS
sabams 2760/tcp # Saba MS
sabams 2760/udp # Saba MS
dicom-iscl 2761/tcp # DICOM ISCL
dicom-iscl 2761/udp # DICOM ISCL
dicom-tls 2762/tcp # DICOM TLS
dicom-tls 2762/udp # DICOM TLS
desktop-dna 2763/tcp # Desktop DNA
desktop-dna 2763/udp # Desktop DNA
data-insurance 2764/tcp # Data Insurance
data-insurance 2764/udp # Data Insurance
qip-audup 2765/tcp # qip-audup
qip-audup 2765/udp # qip-audup
compaq-scp 2766/tcp # Compaq SCP
compaq-scp 2766/udp # Compaq SCP
uadtc 2767/tcp # UADTC
uadtc 2767/udp # UADTC
uacs 2768/tcp # UACS
uacs 2768/udp # UACS
exce 2769/tcp # eXcE
exce 2769/udp # eXcE
veronica 2770/tcp # Veronica
veronica 2770/udp # Veronica
vergencecm 2771/tcp # Vergence CM
vergencecm 2771/udp # Vergence CM
auris 2772/tcp # auris
auris 2772/udp # auris
rbakcup1 2773/tcp # RBackup Remote Backup
rbakcup1 2773/udp # RBackup Remote Backup
rbakcup2 2774/tcp # RBackup Remote Backup
rbakcup2 2774/udp # RBackup Remote Backup
smpp 2775/tcp # SMPP
smpp 2775/udp # SMPP
ridgeway1 2776/tcp # Ridgeway Systems & Software
ridgeway1 2776/udp # Ridgeway Systems & Software
ridgeway2 2777/tcp # Ridgeway Systems & Software
ridgeway2 2777/udp # Ridgeway Systems & Software
gwen-sonya 2778/tcp # Gwen-Sonya
gwen-sonya 2778/udp # Gwen-Sonya
lbc-sync 2779/tcp # LBC Sync
lbc-sync 2779/udp # LBC Sync
lbc-control 2780/tcp # LBC Control
lbc-control 2780/udp # LBC Control
whosells 2781/tcp # whosells
whosells 2781/udp # whosells
everydayrc 2782/tcp # everydayrc
everydayrc 2782/udp # everydayrc
aises 2783/tcp # AISES
aises 2783/udp # AISES
www-dev 2784/tcp # world wide web – development
www-dev 2784/udp # world wide web – development
aic-np 2785/tcp # aic-np
aic-np 2785/udp # aic-np
aic-oncrpc 2786/tcp # aic-oncrpc – Destiny MCD database
aic-oncrpc 2786/udp # aic-oncrpc – Destiny MCD database
piccolo 2787/tcp # piccolo – Cornerstone Software
piccolo 2787/udp # piccolo – Cornerstone Software
fryeserv 2788/tcp # NetWare Loadable Module – Seagate Software
fryeserv 2788/udp # NetWare Loadable Module – Seagate Software
media-agent 2789/tcp # Media Agent
media-agent 2789/udp # Media Agent
plgproxy 2790/tcp # PLG Proxy
plgproxy 2790/udp # PLG Proxy
mtport-regist 2791/tcp # MT Port Registrator
mtport-regist 2791/udp # MT Port Registrator
f5-globalsite 2792/tcp # f5-globalsite
f5-globalsite 2792/udp # f5-globalsite
initlsmsad 2793/tcp # initlsmsad
initlsmsad 2793/udp # initlsmsad
aaftp 2794/tcp # aaftp
aaftp 2794/udp # aaftp
livestats 2795/tcp # LiveStats
livestats 2795/udp # LiveStats
ac-tech 2796/tcp # ac-tech
ac-tech 2796/udp # ac-tech
esp-encap 2797/tcp # esp-encap
esp-encap 2797/udp # esp-encap
tmesis-upshot 2798/tcp # TMESIS-UPShot
tmesis-upshot 2798/udp # TMESIS-UPShot
icon-discover 2799/tcp # ICON Discover
icon-discover 2799/udp # ICON Discover
acc-raid 2800/tcp # ACC RAID
acc-raid 2800/udp # ACC RAID
igcp 2801/tcp # IGCP
igcp 2801/udp # IGCP
veritas-tcp1 2802/tcp # Veritas TCP1
veritas-udp1 2802/udp # Veritas UDP1
btprjctrl 2803/tcp # btprjctrl
btprjctrl 2803/udp # btprjctrl
dvr-esm 2804/tcp # March Networks Digital Video Recorders and Enterprise Service Manager products
dvr-esm 2804/udp # March Networks Digital Video Recorders and Enterprise Service Manager products
wta-wsp-s 2805/tcp # WTA WSP-S
wta-wsp-s 2805/udp # WTA WSP-S
cspuni 2806/tcp # cspuni
cspuni 2806/udp # cspuni
cspmulti 2807/tcp # cspmulti
cspmulti 2807/udp # cspmulti
j-lan-p 2808/tcp # J-LAN-P
j-lan-p 2808/udp # J-LAN-P
netsteward 2810/tcp # Active Net Steward
netsteward 2810/udp # Active Net Steward
gsiftp 2811/tcp # GSI FTP
gsiftp 2811/udp # GSI FTP
atmtcp 2812/tcp # atmtcp
atmtcp 2812/udp # atmtcp
llm-pass 2813/tcp # llm-pass
llm-pass 2813/udp # llm-pass
llm-csv 2814/tcp # llm-csv
llm-csv 2814/udp # llm-csv
lbc-measure 2815/tcp # LBC Measurement
lbc-measure 2815/udp # LBC Measurement
lbc-watchdog 2816/tcp # LBC Watchdog
lbc-watchdog 2816/udp # LBC Watchdog
nmsigport 2817/tcp # NMSig Port
nmsigport 2817/udp # NMSig Port
rmlnk 2818/tcp # rmlnk
rmlnk 2818/udp # rmlnk
fc-faultnotify 2819/tcp # FC Fault Notification
fc-faultnotify 2819/udp # FC Fault Notification
univision 2820/tcp # UniVision
univision 2820/udp # UniVision
vrts-at-port 2821/tcp # VERITAS Authentication Service
vrts-at-port 2821/udp # VERITAS Authentication Service
ka0wuc 2822/tcp # ka0wuc
ka0wuc 2822/udp # ka0wuc
cqg-netlan 2823/tcp # CQG Net/LAN
cqg-netlan 2823/udp # CQG Net/LAN
cqg-netlan-1 2824/tcp # CQG Net/LAN 1
cqg-netlan-1 2824/udp # CQG Net/Lan 1
slc-systemlog 2826/tcp # slc systemlog
slc-systemlog 2826/udp # slc systemlog
slc-ctrlrloops 2827/tcp # slc ctrlrloops
slc-ctrlrloops 2827/udp # slc ctrlrloops
itm-lm 2828/tcp # ITM License Manager
itm-lm 2828/udp # ITM License Manager
silkp1 2829/tcp # silkp1
silkp1 2829/udp # silkp1
silkp2 2830/tcp # silkp2
silkp2 2830/udp # silkp2
silkp3 2831/tcp # silkp3
silkp3 2831/udp # silkp3
silkp4 2832/tcp # silkp4
silkp4 2832/udp # silkp4
glishd 2833/tcp # glishd
glishd 2833/udp # glishd
evtp 2834/tcp # EVTP
evtp 2834/udp # EVTP
evtp-data 2835/tcp # EVTP-DATA
evtp-data 2835/udp # EVTP-DATA
catalyst 2836/tcp # catalyst
catalyst 2836/udp # catalyst
repliweb 2837/tcp # Repliweb
repliweb 2837/udp # Repliweb
starbot 2838/tcp # Starbot
starbot 2838/udp # Starbot
l3-exprt 2840/tcp # l3-exprt
l3-exprt 2840/udp # l3-exprt
l3-ranger 2841/tcp # l3-ranger
l3-ranger 2841/udp # l3-ranger
l3-hawk 2842/tcp # l3-hawk
l3-hawk 2842/udp # l3-hawk
pdnet 2843/tcp # PDnet
pdnet 2843/udp # PDnet
bpcp-poll 2844/tcp # BPCP POLL
bpcp-poll 2844/udp # BPCP POLL
bpcp-trap 2845/tcp # BPCP TRAP
bpcp-trap 2845/udp # BPCP TRAP
aimpp-hello 2846/tcp # AIMPP Hello
aimpp-hello 2846/udp # AIMPP Hello
aimpp-port-req 2847/tcp # AIMPP Port Req
aimpp-port-req 2847/udp # AIMPP Port Req
amt-blc-port 2848/tcp # AMT-BLC-PORT
amt-blc-port 2848/udp # AMT-BLC-PORT
metaconsole 2850/tcp # MetaConsole
metaconsole 2850/udp # MetaConsole
webemshttp 2851/tcp # webemshttp
webemshttp 2851/udp # webemshttp
bears-01 2852/tcp # bears-01
bears-01 2852/udp # bears-01
ispipes 2853/tcp # ISPipes
ispipes 2853/udp # ISPipes
infomover 2854/tcp # InfoMover
infomover 2854/udp # InfoMover
cesdinv 2856/tcp # cesdinv
cesdinv 2856/udp # cesdinv
simctlp 2857/tcp # SimCtIP
simctlp 2857/udp # SimCtIP
ecnp 2858/tcp # ECNP
ecnp 2858/udp # ECNP
activememory 2859/tcp # Active Memory
activememory 2859/udp # Active Memory
dialpad-voice1 2860/tcp # Dialpad Voice 1
dialpad-voice1 2860/udp # Dialpad Voice 1
dialpad-voice2 2861/tcp # Dialpad Voice 2
dialpad-voice2 2861/udp # Dialpad Voice 2
ttg-protocol 2862/tcp # TTG Protocol
ttg-protocol 2862/udp # TTG Protocol
sonardata 2863/tcp # Sonar Data
sonardata 2863/udp # Sonar Data
astromed-main 2864/tcp # main 5001 cmd
astromed-main 2864/udp # main 5001 cmd
pit-vpn 2865/tcp # pit-vpn
pit-vpn 2865/udp # pit-vpn
iwlistener 2866/tcp # iwlistener
iwlistener 2866/udp # iwlistener
esps-portal 2867/tcp # esps-portal
esps-portal 2867/udp # esps-portal
npep-messaging 2868/tcp # NPEP Messaging
npep-messaging 2868/udp # NPEP Messaging
icslap 2869/tcp # ICSLAP
icslap 2869/udp # ICSLAP
daishi 2870/tcp # daishi
daishi 2870/udp # daishi
msi-selectplay 2871/tcp # MSI Select Play
msi-selectplay 2871/udp # MSI Select Play
radix 2872/tcp # RADIX
radix 2872/udp # RADIX
dxmessagebase1 2874/tcp # dxmessagebase1
dxmessagebase1 2874/udp # dxmessagebase1
dxmessagebase2 2875/tcp # dxmessagebase2
dxmessagebase2 2875/udp # dxmessagebase2
sps-tunnel 2876/tcp # SPS Tunnel
sps-tunnel 2876/udp # SPS Tunnel
bluelance 2877/tcp # BLUELANCE
bluelance 2877/udp # BLUELANCE
aap 2878/tcp # AAP
aap 2878/udp # AAP
ucentric-ds 2879/tcp # ucentric-ds
ucentric-ds 2879/udp # ucentric-ds
synapse 2880/tcp # Synapse Transport
synapse 2880/udp # Synapse Transport
ndsp 2881/tcp # NDSP
ndsp 2881/udp # NDSP
ndtp 2882/tcp # NDTP
ndtp 2882/udp # NDTP
ndnp 2883/tcp # NDNP
ndnp 2883/udp # NDNP
flashmsg 2884/tcp # Flash Msg
flashmsg 2884/udp # Flash Msg
topflow 2885/tcp # TopFlow
topflow 2885/udp # TopFlow
responselogic 2886/tcp # RESPONSELOGIC
responselogic 2886/udp # RESPONSELOGIC
aironetddp 2887/tcp # aironet
aironetddp 2887/udp # aironet
spcsdlobby 2888/tcp # SPCSDLOBBY
spcsdlobby 2888/udp # SPCSDLOBBY
rsom 2889/tcp # RSOM
rsom 2889/udp # RSOM
cspclmulti 2890/tcp # CSPCLMULTI
cspclmulti 2890/udp # CSPCLMULTI
cinegrfx-elmd 2891/tcp # CINEGRFX-ELMD License Manager
cinegrfx-elmd 2891/udp # CINEGRFX-ELMD License Manager
snifferdata 2892/tcp # SNIFFERDATA
snifferdata 2892/udp # SNIFFERDATA
vseconnector 2893/tcp # VSECONNECTOR
vseconnector 2893/udp # VSECONNECTOR
abacus-remote 2894/tcp # ABACUS-REMOTE
abacus-remote 2894/udp # ABACUS-REMOTE
natuslink 2895/tcp # NATUS LINK
natuslink 2895/udp # NATUS LINK
ecovisiong6-1 2896/tcp # ECOVISIONG6-1
ecovisiong6-1 2896/udp # ECOVISIONG6-1
citrix-rtmp 2897/tcp # Citrix RTMP
citrix-rtmp 2897/udp # Citrix RTMP
appliance-cfg 2898/tcp # APPLIANCE-CFG
appliance-cfg 2898/udp # APPLIANCE-CFG
powergemplus 2899/tcp # POWERGEMPLUS
powergemplus 2899/udp # POWERGEMPLUS
quicksuite 2900/tcp # QUICKSUITE
quicksuite 2900/udp # QUICKSUITE
allstorcns 2901/tcp # ALLSTORCNS
allstorcns 2901/udp # ALLSTORCNS
netaspi 2902/tcp # NET ASPI
netaspi 2902/udp # NET ASPI
suitcase 2903/tcp # SUITCASE
suitcase 2903/udp # SUITCASE
m2ua 2904/tcp # M2UA
m2ua 2904/udp # M2UA
m2ua 2904/sctp # M2UA
m3ua 2905/tcp # M3UA
m3ua 2905/udp # De-registered (2001 June 07)
m3ua 2905/sctp # M3UA
caller9 2906/tcp # CALLER9
caller9 2906/udp # CALLER9
webmethods-b2b 2907/tcp # WEBMETHODS B2B
webmethods-b2b 2907/udp # WEBMETHODS B2B
mao 2908/tcp # mao
mao 2908/udp # mao
funk-dialout 2909/tcp # Funk Dialout
funk-dialout 2909/udp # Funk Dialout
tdaccess 2910/tcp # TDAccess
tdaccess 2910/udp # TDAccess
blockade 2911/tcp # Blockade
blockade 2911/udp # Blockade
epicon 2912/tcp # Epicon
epicon 2912/udp # Epicon
boosterware 2913/tcp # Booster Ware
boosterware 2913/udp # Booster Ware
gamelobby 2914/tcp # Game Lobby
gamelobby 2914/udp # Game Lobby
tksocket 2915/tcp # TK Socket
tksocket 2915/udp # TK Socket
elvin_server 2916/tcp # Elvin Server
elvin_server 2916/udp # Elvin Server
elvin_client 2917/tcp # Elvin Client
elvin_client 2917/udp # Elvin Client
kastenchasepad 2918/tcp # Kasten Chase Pad
kastenchasepad 2918/udp # Kasten Chase Pad
roboer 2919/tcp # roboER
roboer 2919/udp # roboER
roboeda 2920/tcp # roboEDA
roboeda 2920/udp # roboEDA
cesdcdman 2921/tcp # CESD Contents Delivery Management
cesdcdman 2921/udp # CESD Contents Delivery Management
cesdcdtrn 2922/tcp # CESD Contents Delivery Data Transfer
cesdcdtrn 2922/udp # CESD Contents Delivery Data Transfer
wta-wsp-wtp-s 2923/tcp # WTA-WSP-WTP-S
wta-wsp-wtp-s 2923/udp # WTA-WSP-WTP-S
precise-vip 2924/tcp # PRECISE-VIP
precise-vip 2924/udp # PRECISE-VIP
mobile-file-dl 2926/tcp # MOBILE-FILE-DL
mobile-file-dl 2926/udp # MOBILE-FILE-DL
unimobilectrl 2927/tcp # UNIMOBILECTRL
unimobilectrl 2927/udp # UNIMOBILECTRL
redstone-cpss 2928/tcp # REDSTONE-CPSS
redstone-cpss 2928/udp # REDSTONE-CPSS
amx-webadmin 2929/tcp # AMX-WEBADMIN
amx-webadmin 2929/udp # AMX-WEBADMIN
amx-weblinx 2930/tcp # AMX-WEBLINX
amx-weblinx 2930/udp # AMX-WEBLINX
circle-x 2931/tcp # Circle-X
circle-x 2931/udp # Circle-X
incp 2932/tcp # INCP
incp 2932/udp # INCP
4-tieropmgw 2933/tcp # 4-TIER OPM GW
4-tieropmgw 2933/udp # 4-TIER OPM GW
4-tieropmcli 2934/tcp # 4-TIER OPM CLI
4-tieropmcli 2934/udp # 4-TIER OPM CLI
qtp 2935/tcp # QTP
qtp 2935/udp # QTP
otpatch 2936/tcp # OTPatch
otpatch 2936/udp # OTPatch
pnaconsult-lm 2937/tcp # PNACONSULT-LM
pnaconsult-lm 2937/udp # PNACONSULT-LM
sm-pas-1 2938/tcp # SM-PAS-1
sm-pas-1 2938/udp # SM-PAS-1
sm-pas-2 2939/tcp # SM-PAS-2
sm-pas-2 2939/udp # SM-PAS-2
sm-pas-3 2940/tcp # SM-PAS-3
sm-pas-3 2940/udp # SM-PAS-3
sm-pas-4 2941/tcp # SM-PAS-4
sm-pas-4 2941/udp # SM-PAS-4
sm-pas-5 2942/tcp # SM-PAS-5
sm-pas-5 2942/udp # SM-PAS-5
ttnrepository 2943/tcp # TTNRepository
ttnrepository 2943/udp # TTNRepository
megaco-h248 2944/tcp # Megaco H-248
megaco-h248 2944/udp # Megaco H-248
h248-binary 2945/tcp # H248 Binary
h248-binary 2945/udp # H248 Binary
fjsvmpor 2946/tcp # FJSVmpor
fjsvmpor 2946/udp # FJSVmpor
gpsd 2947/tcp # GPSD
gpsd 2947/udp # GPSD
wap-push 2948/tcp # WAP PUSH
wap-push 2948/udp # WAP PUSH
wap-pushsecure 2949/tcp # WAP PUSH SECURE
wap-pushsecure 2949/udp # WAP PUSH SECURE
esip 2950/tcp # ESIP
esip 2950/udp # ESIP
ottp 2951/tcp # OTTP
ottp 2951/udp # OTTP
mpfwsas 2952/tcp # MPFWSAS
mpfwsas 2952/udp # MPFWSAS
ovalarmsrv 2953/tcp # OVALARMSRV
ovalarmsrv 2953/udp # OVALARMSRV
ovalarmsrv-cmd 2954/tcp # OVALARMSRV-CMD
ovalarmsrv-cmd 2954/udp # OVALARMSRV-CMD
csnotify 2955/tcp # CSNOTIFY
csnotify 2955/udp # CSNOTIFY
ovrimosdbman 2956/tcp # OVRIMOSDBMAN
ovrimosdbman 2956/udp # OVRIMOSDBMAN
jmact5 2957/tcp # JAMCT5
jmact5 2957/udp # JAMCT5
jmact6 2958/tcp # JAMCT6
jmact6 2958/udp # JAMCT6
rmopagt 2959/tcp # RMOPAGT
rmopagt 2959/udp # RMOPAGT
dfoxserver 2960/tcp # DFOXSERVER
dfoxserver 2960/udp # DFOXSERVER
boldsoft-lm 2961/tcp # BOLDSOFT-LM
boldsoft-lm 2961/udp # BOLDSOFT-LM
iph-policy-cli 2962/tcp # IPH-POLICY-CLI
iph-policy-cli 2962/udp # IPH-POLICY-CLI
iph-policy-adm 2963/tcp # IPH-POLICY-ADM
iph-policy-adm 2963/udp # IPH-POLICY-ADM
bullant-srap 2964/tcp # BULLANT SRAP
bullant-srap 2964/udp # BULLANT SRAP
bullant-rap 2965/tcp # BULLANT RAP
bullant-rap 2965/udp # BULLANT RAP
idp-infotrieve 2966/tcp # IDP-INFOTRIEVE
idp-infotrieve 2966/udp # IDP-INFOTRIEVE
ssc-agent 2967/tcp # SSC-AGENT
ssc-agent 2967/udp # SSC-AGENT
enpp 2968/tcp # ENPP
enpp 2968/udp # ENPP
essp 2969/tcp # ESSP
essp 2969/udp # ESSP
index-net 2970/tcp # INDEX-NET
index-net 2970/udp # INDEX-NET
netclip 2971/tcp # NetClip clipboard daemon
netclip 2971/udp # NetClip clipboard daemon
pmsm-webrctl 2972/tcp # PMSM Webrctl
pmsm-webrctl 2972/udp # PMSM Webrctl
svnetworks 2973/tcp # SV Networks
svnetworks 2973/udp # SV Networks
signal 2974/tcp # Signal
signal 2974/udp # Signal
fjmpcm 2975/tcp # Fujitsu Configuration Management Service
fjmpcm 2975/udp # Fujitsu Configuration Management Service
cns-srv-port 2976/tcp # CNS Server Port
cns-srv-port 2976/udp # CNS Server Port
ttc-etap-ns 2977/tcp # TTCs Enterprise Test Access Protocol – NS
ttc-etap-ns 2977/udp # TTCs Enterprise Test Access Protocol – NS
ttc-etap-ds 2978/tcp # TTCs Enterprise Test Access Protocol – DS
ttc-etap-ds 2978/udp # TTCs Enterprise Test Access Protocol – DS
h263-video 2979/tcp # H.263 Video Streaming
h263-video 2979/udp # H.263 Video Streaming
wimd 2980/tcp # Instant Messaging Service
wimd 2980/udp # Instant Messaging Service
mylxamport 2981/tcp # MYLXAMPORT
mylxamport 2981/udp # MYLXAMPORT
iwb-whiteboard 2982/tcp # IWB-WHITEBOARD
iwb-whiteboard 2982/udp # IWB-WHITEBOARD
netplan 2983/tcp # NETPLAN
netplan 2983/udp # NETPLAN
hpidsadmin 2984/tcp # HPIDSADMIN
hpidsadmin 2984/udp # HPIDSADMIN
hpidsagent 2985/tcp # HPIDSAGENT
hpidsagent 2985/udp # HPIDSAGENT
stonefalls 2986/tcp # STONEFALLS
stonefalls 2986/udp # STONEFALLS
identify 2987/tcp # identify
identify 2987/udp # identify
zarkov 2989/tcp # ZARKOV Intelligent Agent Communication
zarkov 2989/udp # ZARKOV Intelligent Agent Communication
boscap 2990/tcp # BOSCAP
boscap 2990/udp # BOSCAP
wkstn-mon 2991/tcp # WKSTN-MON
wkstn-mon 2991/udp # WKSTN-MON
itb301 2992/tcp # ITB301
itb301 2992/udp # ITB301
veritas-vis1 2993/tcp # VERITAS VIS1
veritas-vis1 2993/udp # VERITAS VIS1
veritas-vis2 2994/tcp # VERITAS VIS2
veritas-vis2 2994/udp # VERITAS VIS2
idrs 2995/tcp # IDRS
idrs 2995/udp # IDRS
vsixml 2996/tcp # vsixml
vsixml 2996/udp # vsixml
rebol 2997/tcp # REBOL
rebol 2997/udp # REBOL
realsecure 2998/tcp # Real Secure
realsecure 2998/udp # Real Secure
remoteware-un 2999/tcp # RemoteWare Unassigned
remoteware-un 2999/udp # RemoteWare Unassigned
hbci 3000/tcp # HBCI
hbci 3000/udp # HBCI
remoteware-cl 3000/tcp # RemoteWare Client
remoteware-cl 3000/udp # RemoteWare Client
redwood-broker 3001/tcp # Redwood Broker
redwood-broker 3001/udp # Redwood Broker
exlm-agent 3002/tcp # EXLM Agent
exlm-agent 3002/udp # EXLM Agent
remoteware-srv 3002/tcp # RemoteWare Server
remoteware-srv 3002/udp # RemoteWare Server
cgms 3003/tcp # CGMS
cgms 3003/udp # CGMS
csoftragent 3004/tcp # Csoft Agent
csoftragent 3004/udp # Csoft Agent
geniuslm 3005/tcp # Genius License Manager
geniuslm 3005/udp # Genius License Manager
ii-admin 3006/tcp # Instant Internet Admin
ii-admin 3006/udp # Instant Internet Admin
lotusmtap 3007/tcp # Lotus Mail Tracking Agent Protocol
lotusmtap 3007/udp # Lotus Mail Tracking Agent Protocol
midnight-tech 3008/tcp # Midnight Technologies
midnight-tech 3008/udp # Midnight Technologies
pxc-ntfy 3009/tcp # PXC-NTFY
pxc-ntfy 3009/udp # PXC-NTFY
gw 3010/tcp # Telerate Workstation
ping-pong 3010/udp # Telerate Workstation
trusted-web 3011/tcp # Trusted Web
trusted-web 3011/udp # Trusted Web
twsdss 3012/tcp # Trusted Web Client
twsdss 3012/udp # Trusted Web Client
gilatskysurfer 3013/tcp # Gilat Sky Surfer
gilatskysurfer 3013/udp # Gilat Sky Surfer
broker_service 3014/tcp # Broker Service
broker_service 3014/udp # Broker Service
nati-dstp 3015/tcp # NATI DSTP
nati-dstp 3015/udp # NATI DSTP
notify_srvr 3016/tcp # Notify Server
notify_srvr 3016/udp # Notify Server
event_listener 3017/tcp # Event Listener
event_listener 3017/udp # Event Listener
srvc_registry 3018/tcp # Service Registry
srvc_registry 3018/udp # Service Registry
resource_mgr 3019/tcp # Resource Manager
resource_mgr 3019/udp # Resource Manager
cifs 3020/tcp # CIFS
cifs 3020/udp # CIFS
agriserver 3021/tcp # AGRI Server
agriserver 3021/udp # AGRI Server
csregagent 3022/tcp # CSREGAGENT
csregagent 3022/udp # CSREGAGENT
magicnotes 3023/tcp # magicnotes
magicnotes 3023/udp # magicnotes
nds_sso 3024/tcp # NDS_SSO
nds_sso 3024/udp # NDS_SSO
arepa-raft 3025/tcp # Arepa Raft
arepa-raft 3025/udp # Arepa Raft
agri-gateway 3026/tcp # AGRI Gateway
agri-gateway 3026/udp # AGRI Gateway
LiebDevMgmt_C 3027/tcp # LiebDevMgmt_C
LiebDevMgmt_C 3027/udp # LiebDevMgmt_C
LiebDevMgmt_DM 3028/tcp # LiebDevMgmt_DM
LiebDevMgmt_DM 3028/udp # LiebDevMgmt_DM
LiebDevMgmt_A 3029/tcp # LiebDevMgmt_A
LiebDevMgmt_A 3029/udp # LiebDevMgmt_A
arepa-cas 3030/tcp # Arepa Cas
arepa-cas 3030/udp # Arepa Cas
eppc 3031/tcp # Remote AppleEvents/PPC Toolbox
eppc 3031/udp # Remote AppleEvents/PPC Toolbox
redwood-chat 3032/tcp # Redwood Chat
redwood-chat 3032/udp # Redwood Chat
pdb 3033/tcp # PDB
pdb 3033/udp # PDB
osmosis-aeea 3034/tcp # Osmosis / Helix (R) AEEA Port
osmosis-aeea 3034/udp # Osmosis / Helix (R) AEEA Port
fjsv-gssagt 3035/tcp # FJSV gssagt
fjsv-gssagt 3035/udp # FJSV gssagt
hagel-dump 3036/tcp # Hagel DUMP
hagel-dump 3036/udp # Hagel DUMP
hp-san-mgmt 3037/tcp # HP SAN Mgmt
hp-san-mgmt 3037/udp # HP SAN Mgmt
santak-ups 3038/tcp # Santak UPS
santak-ups 3038/udp # Santak UPS
cogitate 3039/tcp # Cogitate, Inc.
cogitate 3039/udp # Cogitate, Inc.
tomato-springs 3040/tcp # Tomato Springs
tomato-springs 3040/udp # Tomato Springs
di-traceware 3041/tcp # di-traceware
di-traceware 3041/udp # di-traceware
journee 3042/tcp # journee
journee 3042/udp # journee
brp 3043/tcp # BRP
brp 3043/udp # BRP
responsenet 3045/tcp # ResponseNet
responsenet 3045/udp # ResponseNet
di-ase 3046/tcp # di-ase
di-ase 3046/udp # di-ase
pctrader 3048/tcp # Sierra Net PC Trader
pctrader 3048/udp # Sierra Net PC Trader
nsws 3049/tcp # NSWS
nsws 3049/udp # NSWS
gds_db 3050/tcp # gds_db
gds_db 3050/udp # gds_db
galaxy-server 3051/tcp # Galaxy Server
galaxy-server 3051/udp # Galaxy Server
apc-3052 3052/tcp # APC 3052
apc-3052 3052/udp # APC 3052
dsom-server 3053/tcp # dsom-server
dsom-server 3053/udp # dsom-server
amt-cnf-prot 3054/tcp # AMT CNF PROT
amt-cnf-prot 3054/udp # AMT CNF PROT
policyserver 3055/tcp # Policy Server
policyserver 3055/udp # Policy Server
cdl-server 3056/tcp # CDL Server
cdl-server 3056/udp # CDL Server
goahead-fldup 3057/tcp # GoAhead FldUp
goahead-fldup 3057/udp # GoAhead FldUp
videobeans 3058/tcp # videobeans
videobeans 3058/udp # videobeans
qsoft 3059/tcp # qsoft
qsoft 3059/udp # qsoft
interserver 3060/tcp # interserver
interserver 3060/udp # interserver
cautcpd 3061/tcp # cautcpd
cautcpd 3061/udp # cautcpd
ncacn-ip-tcp 3062/tcp # ncacn-ip-tcp
ncacn-ip-tcp 3062/udp # ncacn-ip-tcp
ncadg-ip-udp 3063/tcp # ncadg-ip-udp
ncadg-ip-udp 3063/udp # ncadg-ip-udp
rprt 3064/tcp # Remote Port Redirector
rprt 3064/udp # Remote Port Redirector
slinterbase 3065/tcp # slinterbase
slinterbase 3065/udp # slinterbase
netattachsdmp 3066/tcp # NETATTACHSDMP
netattachsdmp 3066/udp # NETATTACHSDMP
fjhpjp 3067/tcp # FJHPJP
fjhpjp 3067/udp # FJHPJP
ls3bcast 3068/tcp # ls3 Broadcast
ls3bcast 3068/udp # ls3 Broadcast
ls3 3069/tcp # ls3
ls3 3069/udp # ls3
mgxswitch 3070/tcp # MGXSWITCH
mgxswitch 3070/udp # MGXSWITCH
csd-mgmt-port 3071/tcp # ContinuStor Manager Port
csd-mgmt-port 3071/udp # ContinuStor Manager Port
csd-monitor 3072/tcp # ContinuStor Monitor Port
csd-monitor 3072/udp # ContinuStor Monitor Port
vcrp 3073/tcp # Very simple chatroom prot
vcrp 3073/udp # Very simple chatroom prot
xbox 3074/tcp # Xbox game port
xbox 3074/udp # Xbox game port
orbix-locator 3075/tcp # Orbix 2000 Locator
orbix-locator 3075/udp # Orbix 2000 Locator
orbix-config 3076/tcp # Orbix 2000 Config
orbix-config 3076/udp # Orbix 2000 Config
orbix-loc-ssl 3077/tcp # Orbix 2000 Locator SSL
orbix-loc-ssl 3077/udp # Orbix 2000 Locator SSL
orbix-cfg-ssl 3078/tcp # Orbix 2000 Locator SSL
orbix-cfg-ssl 3078/udp # Orbix 2000 Locator SSL
lv-frontpanel 3079/tcp # LV Front Panel
lv-frontpanel 3079/udp # LV Front Panel
stm_pproc 3080/tcp # stm_pproc
stm_pproc 3080/udp # stm_pproc
tl1-lv 3081/tcp # TL1-LV
tl1-lv 3081/udp # TL1-LV
tl1-raw 3082/tcp # TL1-RAW
tl1-raw 3082/udp # TL1-RAW
tl1-telnet 3083/tcp # TL1-TELNET
tl1-telnet 3083/udp # TL1-TELNET
itm-mccs 3084/tcp # ITM-MCCS
itm-mccs 3084/udp # ITM-MCCS
pcihreq 3085/tcp # PCIHReq
pcihreq 3085/udp # PCIHReq
jdl-dbkitchen 3086/tcp # JDL-DBKitchen
jdl-dbkitchen 3086/udp # JDL-DBKitchen
asoki-sma 3087/tcp # Asoki SMA
asoki-sma 3087/udp # Asoki SMA
xdtp 3088/tcp # eXtensible Data Transfer Protocol
xdtp 3088/udp # eXtensible Data Transfer Protocol
ptk-alink 3089/tcp # ParaTek Agent Linking
ptk-alink 3089/udp # ParaTek Agent Linking
rtss 3090/tcp # Rappore Session Services
rtss 3090/udp # Rappore Session Services
1ci-smcs 3091/tcp # 1Ci Server Management
1ci-smcs 3091/udp # 1Ci Server Management
njfss 3092/tcp # Netware sync services
njfss 3092/udp # Netware sync services
rapidmq-center 3093/tcp # Jiiva RapidMQ Center
rapidmq-center 3093/udp # Jiiva RapidMQ Center
rapidmq-reg 3094/tcp # Jiiva RapidMQ Registry
rapidmq-reg 3094/udp # Jiiva RapidMQ Registry
panasas 3095/tcp # Panasas rendevous port
panasas 3095/udp # Panasas rendevous port
ndl-aps 3096/tcp # Active Print Server Port
ndl-aps 3096/udp # Active Print Server Port
itu-bicc-stc 3097/sctp # ITU-T Q.1902.1/Q.2150.3
umm-port 3098/tcp # Universal Message Manager
umm-port 3098/udp # Universal Message Manager
chmd 3099/tcp # CHIPSY Machine Daemon
chmd 3099/udp # CHIPSY Machine Daemon
opcon-xps 3100/tcp # OpCon/xps
opcon-xps 3100/udp # OpCon/xps
hp-pxpib 3101/tcp # HP PolicyXpert PIB Server
hp-pxpib 3101/udp # HP PolicyXpert PIB Server
slslavemon 3102/tcp # SoftlinK Slave Mon Port
slslavemon 3102/udp # SoftlinK Slave Mon Port
autocuesmi 3103/tcp # Autocue SMI Protocol
autocuesmi 3103/udp # Autocue SMI Protocol
autocuelog 3104/tcp # Autocue Logger Protocol
autocuetime 3104/udp # Autocue Time Service
cardbox 3105/tcp # Cardbox
cardbox 3105/udp # Cardbox
cardbox-http 3106/tcp # Cardbox HTTP
cardbox-http 3106/udp # Cardbox HTTP
business 3107/tcp # Business protocol
business 3107/udp # Business protocol
geolocate 3108/tcp # Geolocate protocol
geolocate 3108/udp # Geolocate protocol
personnel 3109/tcp # Personnel protocol
personnel 3109/udp # Personnel protocol
sim-control 3110/tcp # simulator control port
sim-control 3110/udp # simulator control port
wsynch 3111/tcp # Web Synchronous Services
wsynch 3111/udp # Web Synchronous Services
ksysguard 3112/tcp # KDE System Guard
ksysguard 3112/udp # KDE System Guard
cs-auth-svr 3113/tcp # CS-Authenticate Svr Port
cs-auth-svr 3113/udp # CS-Authenticate Svr Port
ccmad 3114/tcp # CCM AutoDiscover
ccmad 3114/udp # CCM AutoDiscover
mctet-master 3115/tcp # MCTET Master
mctet-master 3115/udp # MCTET Master
mctet-gateway 3116/tcp # MCTET Gateway
mctet-gateway 3116/udp # MCTET Gateway
mctet-jserv 3117/tcp # MCTET Jserv
mctet-jserv 3117/udp # MCTET Jserv
pkagent 3118/tcp # PKAgent
pkagent 3118/udp # PKAgent
d2000kernel 3119/tcp # D2000 Kernel Port
d2000kernel 3119/udp # D2000 Kernel Port
d2000webserver 3120/tcp # D2000 Webserver Port
d2000webserver 3120/udp # D2000 Webserver Port
vtr-emulator 3122/tcp # MTI VTR Emulator port
vtr-emulator 3122/udp # MTI VTR Emulator port
edix 3123/tcp # EDI Translation Protocol
edix 3123/udp # EDI Translation Protocol
beacon-port 3124/tcp # Beacon Port
beacon-port 3124/udp # Beacon Port
a13-an 3125/tcp # A13-AN Interface
a13-an 3125/udp # A13-AN Interface
ms-dotnetster 3126/tcp # Microsoft .NETster Port
ms-dotnetster 3126/udp # Microsoft .NETster Port
ctx-bridge 3127/tcp # CTX Bridge Port
ctx-bridge 3127/udp # CTX Bridge Port
netport-id 3129/tcp # NetPort Discovery Port
netport-id 3129/udp # NetPort Discovery Port
netbookmark 3131/tcp # Net Book Mark
netbookmark 3131/udp # Net Book Mark
ms-rule-engine 3132/tcp # Microsoft Business Rule Engine Update Service
ms-rule-engine 3132/udp # Microsoft Business Rule Engine Update Service
prism-deploy 3133/tcp # Prism Deploy User Port
prism-deploy 3133/udp # Prism Deploy User Port
ecp 3134/tcp # Extensible Code Protocol
ecp 3134/udp # Extensible Code Protocol
peerbook-port 3135/tcp # PeerBook Port
peerbook-port 3135/udp # PeerBook Port
grubd 3136/tcp # Grub Server Port
grubd 3136/udp # Grub Server Port
rtnt-1 3137/tcp # rtnt-1 data packets
rtnt-1 3137/udp # rtnt-1 data packets
rtnt-2 3138/tcp # rtnt-2 data packets
rtnt-2 3138/udp # rtnt-2 data packets
incognitorv 3139/tcp # Incognito Rendez-Vous
incognitorv 3139/udp # Incognito Rendez-Vous
ariliamulti 3140/tcp # Arilia Multiplexor
ariliamulti 3140/udp # Arilia Multiplexor
vmodem 3141/tcp # VMODEM
vmodem 3141/udp # VMODEM
rdc-wh-eos 3142/tcp # RDC WH EOS
rdc-wh-eos 3142/udp # RDC WH EOS
seaview 3143/tcp # Sea View
seaview 3143/udp # Sea View
tarantella 3144/tcp # Tarantella
tarantella 3144/udp # Tarantella
csi-lfap 3145/tcp # CSI-LFAP
csi-lfap 3145/udp # CSI-LFAP
bears-02 3146/tcp # bears-02
bears-02 3146/udp # bears-02
rfio 3147/tcp # RFIO
rfio 3147/udp # RFIO
nm-game-admin 3148/tcp # NetMike Game Administrator
nm-game-admin 3148/udp # NetMike Game Administrator
nm-game-server 3149/tcp # NetMike Game Server
nm-game-server 3149/udp # NetMike Game Server
nm-asses-admin 3150/tcp # NetMike Assessor Administrator
nm-asses-admin 3150/udp # NetMike Assessor Administrator
nm-assessor 3151/tcp # NetMike Assessor
nm-assessor 3151/udp # NetMike Assessor
feitianrockey 3152/tcp # FeiTian Port
feitianrockey 3152/udp # FeiTian Port
s8-client-port 3153/tcp # S8Cargo Client Port
s8-client-port 3153/udp # S8Cargo Client Port
ccmrmi 3154/tcp # ON RMI Registry
ccmrmi 3154/udp # ON RMI Registry
jpegmpeg 3155/tcp # JpegMpeg Port
jpegmpeg 3155/udp # JpegMpeg Port
indura 3156/tcp # Indura Collector
indura 3156/udp # Indura Collector
e3consultants 3157/tcp # CCC Listener Port
e3consultants 3157/udp # CCC Listener Port
stvp 3158/tcp # SmashTV Protocol
stvp 3158/udp # SmashTV Protocol
navegaweb-port 3159/tcp # NavegaWeb Tarification
navegaweb-port 3159/udp # NavegaWeb Tarification
tip-app-server 3160/tcp # TIP Application Server
tip-app-server 3160/udp # TIP Application Server
doc1lm 3161/tcp # DOC1 License Manager
doc1lm 3161/udp # DOC1 License Manager
sflm 3162/tcp # SFLM
sflm 3162/udp # SFLM
res-sap 3163/tcp # RES-SAP
res-sap 3163/udp # RES-SAP
imprs 3164/tcp # IMPRS
imprs 3164/udp # IMPRS
newgenpay 3165/tcp # Newgenpay Engine Service
newgenpay 3165/udp # Newgenpay Engine Service
qrepos 3166/tcp # Quest Repository
qrepos 3166/udp # Quest Repository
poweroncontact 3167/tcp # poweroncontact
poweroncontact 3167/udp # poweroncontact
poweronnud 3168/tcp # poweronnud
poweronnud 3168/udp # poweronnud
serverview-as 3169/tcp # SERVERVIEW-AS
serverview-as 3169/udp # SERVERVIEW-AS
serverview-asn 3170/tcp # SERVERVIEW-ASN
serverview-asn 3170/udp # SERVERVIEW-ASN
serverview-gf 3171/tcp # SERVERVIEW-GF
serverview-gf 3171/udp # SERVERVIEW-GF
serverview-rm 3172/tcp # SERVERVIEW-RM
serverview-rm 3172/udp # SERVERVIEW-RM
serverview-icc 3173/tcp # SERVERVIEW-ICC
serverview-icc 3173/udp # SERVERVIEW-ICC
armi-server 3174/tcp # ARMI Server
armi-server 3174/udp # ARMI Server
t1-e1-over-ip 3175/tcp # T1_E1_Over_IP
t1-e1-over-ip 3175/udp # T1_E1_Over_IP
ars-master 3176/tcp # ARS Master
ars-master 3176/udp # ARS Master
phonex-port 3177/tcp # Phonex Protocol
phonex-port 3177/udp # Phonex Protocol
radclientport 3178/tcp # Radiance UltraEdge Port
radclientport 3178/udp # Radiance UltraEdge Port
h2gf-w-2m 3179/tcp # H2GF W.2m Handover prot.
h2gf-w-2m 3179/udp # H2GF W.2m Handover prot.
mc-brk-srv 3180/tcp # Millicent Broker Server
mc-brk-srv 3180/udp # Millicent Broker Server
bmcpatrolagent 3181/tcp # BMC Patrol Agent
bmcpatrolagent 3181/udp # BMC Patrol Agent
bmcpatrolrnvu 3182/tcp # BMC Patrol Rendezvous
bmcpatrolrnvu 3182/udp # BMC Patrol Rendezvous
cops-tls 3183/tcp # COPS/TLS
cops-tls 3183/udp # COPS/TLS
apogeex-port 3184/tcp # ApogeeX Port
apogeex-port 3184/udp # ApogeeX Port
smpppd 3185/tcp # SuSE Meta PPPD
smpppd 3185/udp # SuSE Meta PPPD
iiw-port 3186/tcp # IIW Monitor User Port
iiw-port 3186/udp # IIW Monitor User Port
odi-port 3187/tcp # Open Design Listen Port
odi-port 3187/udp # Open Design Listen Port
brcm-comm-port 3188/tcp # Broadcom Port
brcm-comm-port 3188/udp # Broadcom Port
pcle-infex 3189/tcp # Pinnacle Sys InfEx Port
pcle-infex 3189/udp # Pinnacle Sys InfEx Port
csvr-proxy 3190/tcp # ConServR Proxy
csvr-proxy 3190/udp # ConServR Proxy
csvr-sslproxy 3191/tcp # ConServR SSL Proxy
csvr-sslproxy 3191/udp # ConServR SSL Proxy
firemonrcc 3192/tcp # FireMon Revision Control
firemonrcc 3192/udp # FireMon Revision Control
spandataport 3193/tcp # SpanDataPort
spandataport 3193/udp # SpanDataPort
magbind 3194/tcp # Rockstorm MAG protocol
magbind 3194/udp # Rockstorm MAG protocol
ncu-1 3195/tcp # Network Control Unit
ncu-1 3195/udp # Network Control Unit
ncu-2 3196/tcp # Network Control Unit
ncu-2 3196/udp # Network Control Unit
embrace-dp-s 3197/tcp # Embrace Device Protocol Server
embrace-dp-s 3197/udp # Embrace Device Protocol Server
embrace-dp-c 3198/tcp # Embrace Device Protocol Client
embrace-dp-c 3198/udp # Embrace Device Protocol Client
dmod-workspace 3199/tcp # DMOD WorkSpace
dmod-workspace 3199/udp # DMOD WorkSpace
tick-port 3200/tcp # Press-sense Tick Port
tick-port 3200/udp # Press-sense Tick Port
cpq-tasksmart 3201/tcp # CPQ-TaskSmart
cpq-tasksmart 3201/udp # CPQ-TaskSmart
intraintra 3202/tcp # IntraIntra
intraintra 3202/udp # IntraIntra
netwatcher-mon 3203/tcp # Network Watcher Monitor
netwatcher-mon 3203/udp # Network Watcher Monitor
netwatcher-db 3204/tcp # Network Watcher DB Access
netwatcher-db 3204/udp # Network Watcher DB Access
isns 3205/tcp # iSNS Server Port
isns 3205/udp # iSNS Server Port
ironmail 3206/tcp # IronMail POP Proxy
ironmail 3206/udp # IronMail POP Proxy
vx-auth-port 3207/tcp # Veritas Authentication Port
vx-auth-port 3207/udp # Veritas Authentication Port
pfu-prcallback 3208/tcp # PFU PR Callback
pfu-prcallback 3208/udp # PFU PR Callback
netwkpathengine 3209/tcp # HP OpenView Network Path Engine Server
netwkpathengine 3209/udp # HP OpenView Network Path Engine Server
flamenco-proxy 3210/tcp # Flamenco Networks Proxy
flamenco-proxy 3210/udp # Flamenco Networks Proxy
avsecuremgmt 3211/tcp # Avocent Secure Management
avsecuremgmt 3211/udp # Avocent Secure Management
surveyinst 3212/tcp # Survey Instrument
surveyinst 3212/udp # Survey Instrument
neon24x7 3213/tcp # NEON 24X7 Mission Control
neon24x7 3213/udp # NEON 24X7 Mission Control
jmq-daemon-1 3214/tcp # JMQ Daemon Port 1
jmq-daemon-1 3214/udp # JMQ Daemon Port 1
jmq-daemon-2 3215/tcp # JMQ Daemon Port 2
jmq-daemon-2 3215/udp # JMQ Daemon Port 2
ferrari-foam 3216/tcp # Ferrari electronic FOAM
ferrari-foam 3216/udp # Ferrari electronic FOAM
unite 3217/tcp # Unified IP & Telecomm Env
unite 3217/udp # Unified IP & Telecomm Env
smartpackets 3218/tcp # EMC SmartPackets
smartpackets 3218/udp # EMC SmartPackets
wms-messenger 3219/tcp # WMS Messenger
wms-messenger 3219/udp # WMS Messenger
xnm-ssl 3220/tcp # XML NM over SSL
xnm-ssl 3220/udp # XML NM over SSL
xnm-clear-text 3221/tcp # XML NM over TCP
xnm-clear-text 3221/udp # XML NM over TCP
glbp 3222/tcp # Gateway Load Balancing Pr
glbp 3222/udp # Gateway Load Balancing Pr
digivote 3223/tcp # DIGIVOTE (R) Vote-Server
digivote 3223/udp # DIGIVOTE (R) Vote-Server
aes-discovery 3224/tcp # AES Discovery Port
aes-discovery 3224/udp # AES Discovery Port
fcip-port 3225/tcp # FCIP
fcip-port 3225/udp # FCIP
isi-irp 3226/tcp # ISI Industry Software IRP
isi-irp 3226/udp # ISI Industry Software IRP
dwnmshttp 3227/tcp # DiamondWave NMS Server
dwnmshttp 3227/udp # DiamondWave NMS Server
dwmsgserver 3228/tcp # DiamondWave MSG Server
dwmsgserver 3228/udp # DiamondWave MSG Server
global-cd-port 3229/tcp # Global CD Port
global-cd-port 3229/udp # Global CD Port
sftdst-port 3230/tcp # Software Distributor Port
sftdst-port 3230/udp # Software Distributor Port
dsnl 3231/tcp # Delta Solutions Direct
dsnl 3231/udp # Delta Solutions Direct
mdtp 3232/tcp # MDT port
mdtp 3232/udp # MDT port
whisker 3233/tcp # WhiskerControl main port
whisker 3233/udp # WhiskerControl main port
alchemy 3234/tcp # Alchemy Server
alchemy 3234/udp # Alchemy Server
mdap-port 3235/tcp # MDAP port
mdap-port 3235/udp # MDAP Port
apparenet-ts 3236/tcp # appareNet Test Server
apparenet-ts 3236/udp # appareNet Test Server
apparenet-tps 3237/tcp # appareNet Test Packet Sequencer
apparenet-tps 3237/udp # appareNet Test Packet Sequencer
apparenet-as 3238/tcp # appareNet Analysis Server
apparenet-as 3238/udp # appareNet Analysis Server
apparenet-ui 3239/tcp # appareNet User Interface
apparenet-ui 3239/udp # appareNet User Interface
triomotion 3240/tcp # Trio Motion Control Port
triomotion 3240/udp # Trio Motion Control Port
sysorb 3241/tcp # SysOrb Monitoring Server
sysorb 3241/udp # SysOrb Monitoring Server
sdp-id-port 3242/tcp # Session Description ID
sdp-id-port 3242/udp # Session Description ID
timelot 3243/tcp # Timelot Port
timelot 3243/udp # Timelot Port
onesaf 3244/tcp # OneSAF
onesaf 3244/udp # OneSAF
vieo-fe 3245/tcp # VIEO Fabric Executive
vieo-fe 3245/udp # VIEO Fabric Executive
dvt-system 3246/tcp # DVT SYSTEM PORT
dvt-system 3246/udp # DVT SYSTEM PORT
dvt-data 3247/tcp # DVT DATA LINK
dvt-data 3247/udp # DVT DATA LINK
procos-lm 3248/tcp # PROCOS LM
procos-lm 3248/udp # PROCOS LM
ssp 3249/tcp # State Sync Protocol
ssp 3249/udp # State Sync Protocol
hicp 3250/tcp # HMS hicp port
hicp 3250/udp # HMS hicp port
sysscanner 3251/tcp # Sys Scanner
sysscanner 3251/udp # Sys Scanner
dhe 3252/tcp # DHE port
dhe 3252/udp # DHE port
pda-data 3253/tcp # PDA Data
pda-data 3253/udp # PDA Data
pda-sys 3254/tcp # PDA System
pda-sys 3254/udp # PDA System
semaphore 3255/tcp # Semaphore Connection Port
semaphore 3255/udp # Semaphore Connection Port
cpqrpm-agent 3256/tcp # Compaq RPM Agent Port
cpqrpm-agent 3256/udp # Compaq RPM Agent Port
cpqrpm-server 3257/tcp # Compaq RPM Server Port
cpqrpm-server 3257/udp # Compaq RPM Server Port
ivecon-port 3258/tcp # Ivecon Server Port
ivecon-port 3258/udp # Ivecon Server Port
epncdp2 3259/tcp # Epson Network Common Devi
epncdp2 3259/udp # Epson Network Common Devi
iscsi-target 3260/tcp # iSCSI port
iscsi-target 3260/udp # iSCSI port
winshadow 3261/tcp # winShadow
winshadow 3261/udp # winShadow
necp 3262/tcp # NECP
necp 3262/udp # NECP
ecolor-imager 3263/tcp # E-Color Enterprise Imager
ecolor-imager 3263/udp # E-Color Enterprise Imager
ccmail 3264/tcp # cc:mail/lotus
ccmail 3264/udp # cc:mail/lotus
altav-tunnel 3265/tcp # Altav Tunnel
altav-tunnel 3265/udp # Altav Tunnel
ns-cfg-server 3266/tcp # NS CFG Server
ns-cfg-server 3266/udp # NS CFG Server
ibm-dial-out 3267/tcp # IBM Dial Out
ibm-dial-out 3267/udp # IBM Dial Out
msft-gc 3268/tcp # Microsoft Global Catalog
msft-gc 3268/udp # Microsoft Global Catalog
msft-gc-ssl 3269/tcp # Microsoft Global Catalog with LDAP/SSL
msft-gc-ssl 3269/udp # Microsoft Global Catalog with LDAP/SSL
verismart 3270/tcp # Verismart
verismart 3270/udp # Verismart
csoft-prev 3271/tcp # CSoft Prev Port
csoft-prev 3271/udp # CSoft Prev Port
user-manager 3272/tcp # Fujitsu User Manager
user-manager 3272/udp # Fujitsu User Manager
sxmp 3273/tcp # Simple Extensible Multiplexed Protocol
sxmp 3273/udp # Simple Extensible Multiplexed Protocol
ordinox-server 3274/tcp # Ordinox Server
ordinox-server 3274/udp # Ordinox Server
samd 3275/tcp # SAMD
samd 3275/udp # SAMD
maxim-asics 3276/tcp # Maxim ASICs
maxim-asics 3276/udp # Maxim ASICs
awg-proxy 3277/tcp # AWG Proxy
awg-proxy 3277/udp # AWG Proxy
lkcmserver 3278/tcp # LKCM Server
lkcmserver 3278/udp # LKCM Server
admind 3279/tcp # admind
admind 3279/udp # admind
vs-server 3280/tcp # VS Server
vs-server 3280/udp # VS Server
sysopt 3281/tcp # SYSOPT
sysopt 3281/udp # SYSOPT
datusorb 3282/tcp # Datusorb
datusorb 3282/udp # Datusorb
net-assistant 3283/tcp # Net Assistant
net-assistant 3283/udp # Net Assistant
4talk 3284/tcp # 4Talk
4talk 3284/udp # 4Talk
plato 3285/tcp # Plato
plato 3285/udp # Plato
e-net 3286/tcp # E-Net
e-net 3286/udp # E-Net
directvdata 3287/tcp # DIRECTVDATA
directvdata 3287/udp # DIRECTVDATA
cops 3288/tcp # COPS
cops 3288/udp # COPS
enpc 3289/tcp # ENPC
enpc 3289/udp # ENPC
caps-lm 3290/tcp # CAPS LOGISTICS TOOLKIT – LM
caps-lm 3290/udp # CAPS LOGISTICS TOOLKIT – LM
sah-lm 3291/tcp # S A Holditch & Associates – LM
sah-lm 3291/udp # S A Holditch & Associates – LM
cart-o-rama 3292/tcp # Cart O Rama
cart-o-rama 3292/udp # Cart O Rama
fg-fps 3293/tcp # fg-fps
fg-fps 3293/udp # fg-fps
fg-gip 3294/tcp # fg-gip
fg-gip 3294/udp # fg-gip
dyniplookup 3295/tcp # Dynamic IP Lookup
dyniplookup 3295/udp # Dynamic IP Lookup
rib-slm 3296/tcp # Rib License Manager
rib-slm 3296/udp # Rib License Manager
cytel-lm 3297/tcp # Cytel License Manager
cytel-lm 3297/udp # Cytel License Manager
deskview 3298/tcp # DeskView
deskview 3298/udp # DeskView
pdrncs 3299/tcp # pdrncs
pdrncs 3299/udp # pdrncs
mcs-fastmail 3302/tcp # MCS Fastmail
mcs-fastmail 3302/udp # MCS Fastmail
opsession-clnt 3303/tcp # OP Session Client
opsession-clnt 3303/udp # OP Session Client
opsession-srvr 3304/tcp # OP Session Server
opsession-srvr 3304/udp # OP Session Server
odette-ftp 3305/tcp # ODETTE-FTP
odette-ftp 3305/udp # ODETTE-FTP
opsession-prxy 3307/tcp # OP Session Proxy
opsession-prxy 3307/udp # OP Session Proxy
tns-server 3308/tcp # TNS Server
tns-server 3308/udp # TNS Server
tns-adv 3309/tcp # TNS ADV
tns-adv 3309/udp # TNS ADV
dyna-access 3310/tcp # Dyna Access
dyna-access 3310/udp # Dyna Access
mcns-tel-ret 3311/tcp # MCNS Tel Ret
mcns-tel-ret 3311/udp # MCNS Tel Ret
appman-server 3312/tcp # Application Management Server
appman-server 3312/udp # Application Management Server
uorb 3313/tcp # Unify Object Broker
uorb 3313/udp # Unify Object Broker
uohost 3314/tcp # Unify Object Host
uohost 3314/udp # Unify Object Host
cdid 3315/tcp # CDID
cdid 3315/udp # CDID
aicc-cmi 3316/tcp # AICC/CMI
aicc-cmi 3316/udp # AICC/CMI
vsaiport 3317/tcp # VSAI PORT
vsaiport 3317/udp # VSAI PORT
ssrip 3318/tcp # Swith to Swith Routing Information Protocol
ssrip 3318/udp # Swith to Swith Routing Information Protocol
sdt-lmd 3319/tcp # SDT License Manager
sdt-lmd 3319/udp # SDT License Manager
officelink2000 3320/tcp # Office Link 2000
officelink2000 3320/udp # Office Link 2000
vnsstr 3321/tcp # VNSSTR
vnsstr 3321/udp # VNSSTR
sftu 3326/tcp # SFTU
sftu 3326/udp # SFTU
bbars 3327/tcp # BBARS
bbars 3327/udp # BBARS
egptlm 3328/tcp # Eaglepoint License Manager
egptlm 3328/udp # Eaglepoint License Manager
hp-device-disc 3329/tcp # HP Device Disc
hp-device-disc 3329/udp # HP Device Disc
mcs-calypsoicf 3330/tcp # MCS Calypso ICF
mcs-calypsoicf 3330/udp # MCS Calypso ICF
mcs-messaging 3331/tcp # MCS Messaging
mcs-messaging 3331/udp # MCS Messaging
mcs-mailsvr 3332/tcp # MCS Mail Server
mcs-mailsvr 3332/udp # MCS Mail Server
dec-notes 3333/tcp # DEC Notes
dec-notes 3333/udp # DEC Notes
directv-web 3334/tcp # Direct TV Webcasting
directv-web 3334/udp # Direct TV Webcasting
directv-soft 3335/tcp # Direct TV Software Updates
directv-soft 3335/udp # Direct TV Software Updates
directv-tick 3336/tcp # Direct TV Tickers
directv-tick 3336/udp # Direct TV Tickers
directv-catlg 3337/tcp # Direct TV Data Catalog
directv-catlg 3337/udp # Direct TV Data Catalog
anet-b 3338/tcp # OMF data b
anet-b 3338/udp # OMF data b
anet-l 3339/tcp # OMF data l
anet-l 3339/udp # OMF data l
anet-m 3340/tcp # OMF data m
anet-m 3340/udp # OMF data m
anet-h 3341/tcp # OMF data h
anet-h 3341/udp # OMF data h
webtie 3342/tcp # WebTIE
webtie 3342/udp # WebTIE
ms-cluster-net 3343/tcp # MS Cluster Net
ms-cluster-net 3343/udp # MS Cluster Net
bnt-manager 3344/tcp # BNT Manager
bnt-manager 3344/udp # BNT Manager
influence 3345/tcp # Influence
influence 3345/udp # Influence
phoenix-rpc 3347/tcp # Phoenix RPC
phoenix-rpc 3347/udp # Phoenix RPC
pangolin-laser 3348/tcp # Pangolin Laser
pangolin-laser 3348/udp # Pangolin Laser
chevinservices 3349/tcp # Chevin Services
chevinservices 3349/udp # Chevin Services
findviatv 3350/tcp # FINDVIATV
findviatv 3350/udp # FINDVIATV
btrieve 3351/tcp # Btrieve port
btrieve 3351/udp # Btrieve port
ssql 3352/tcp # Scalable SQL
ssql 3352/udp # Scalable SQL
fatpipe 3353/tcp # FATPIPE
fatpipe 3353/udp # FATPIPE
suitjd 3354/tcp # SUITJD
suitjd 3354/udp # SUITJD
ordinox-dbase 3355/tcp # Ordinox Dbase
ordinox-dbase 3355/udp # Ordinox Dbase
upnotifyps 3356/tcp # UPNOTIFYPS
upnotifyps 3356/udp # UPNOTIFYPS
adtech-test 3357/tcp # Adtech Test IP
adtech-test 3357/udp # Adtech Test IP
mpsysrmsvr 3358/tcp # Mp Sys Rmsvr
mpsysrmsvr 3358/udp # Mp Sys Rmsvr
wg-netforce 3359/tcp # WG NetForce
wg-netforce 3359/udp # WG NetForce
kv-server 3360/tcp # KV Server
kv-server 3360/udp # KV Server
kv-agent 3361/tcp # KV Agent
kv-agent 3361/udp # KV Agent
dj-ilm 3362/tcp # DJ ILM
dj-ilm 3362/udp # DJ ILM
nati-vi-server 3363/tcp # NATI Vi Server
nati-vi-server 3363/udp # NATI Vi Server
tip2 3372/tcp # TIP 2
tip2 3372/udp # TIP 2
lavenir-lm 3373/tcp # Lavenir License Manager
lavenir-lm 3373/udp # Lavenir License Manager
cluster-disc 3374/tcp # Cluster Disc
cluster-disc 3374/udp # Cluster Disc
vsnm-agent 3375/tcp # VSNM Agent
vsnm-agent 3375/udp # VSNM Agent
cdbroker 3376/tcp # CD Broker
cdbroker 3376/udp # CD Broker
cogsys-lm 3377/tcp # Cogsys Network License Manager
cogsys-lm 3377/udp # Cogsys Network License Manager
wsicopy 3378/tcp # WSICOPY
wsicopy 3378/udp # WSICOPY
socorfs 3379/tcp # SOCORFS
socorfs 3379/udp # SOCORFS
sns-channels 3380/tcp # SNS Channels
sns-channels 3380/udp # SNS Channels
geneous 3381/tcp # Geneous
geneous 3381/udp # Geneous
fujitsu-neat 3382/tcp # Fujitsu Network Enhanced Antitheft function
fujitsu-neat 3382/udp # Fujitsu Network Enhanced Antitheft function
esp-lm 3383/tcp # Enterprise Software Products License Manager
esp-lm 3383/udp # Enterprise Software Products License Manager
hp-clic 3384/tcp # Cluster Management Services
hp-clic 3384/udp # Hardware Management
qnxnetman 3385/tcp # qnxnetman
qnxnetman 3385/udp # qnxnetman
gprs-data 3386/tcp # GPRS Data
gprs-sig 3386/udp # GPRS SIG
backroomnet 3387/tcp # Back Room Net
backroomnet 3387/udp # Back Room Net
cbserver 3388/tcp # CB Server
cbserver 3388/udp # CB Server
ms-wbt-server 3389/tcp # MS WBT Server
ms-wbt-server 3389/udp # MS WBT Server
dsc 3390/tcp # Distributed Service Coordinator
dsc 3390/udp # Distributed Service Coordinator
savant 3391/tcp # SAVANT
savant 3391/udp # SAVANT
efi-lm 3392/tcp # EFI License Management
efi-lm 3392/udp # EFI License Management
d2k-tapestry1 3393/tcp # D2K Tapestry Client to Server
d2k-tapestry1 3393/udp # D2K Tapestry Client to Server
d2k-tapestry2 3394/tcp # D2K Tapestry Server to Server
d2k-tapestry2 3394/udp # D2K Tapestry Server to Server
dyna-lm 3395/tcp # Dyna License Manager (Elam)
dyna-lm 3395/udp # Dyna License Manager (Elam)
printer_agent 3396/tcp # Printer Agent
printer_agent 3396/udp # Printer Agent
cloanto-lm 3397/tcp # Cloanto License Manager
cloanto-lm 3397/udp # Cloanto License Manager
mercantile 3398/tcp # Mercantile
mercantile 3398/udp # Mercantile
csms 3399/tcp # CSMS
csms 3399/udp # CSMS
csms2 3400/tcp # CSMS2
csms2 3400/udp # CSMS2
filecast 3401/tcp # filecast
filecast 3401/udp # filecast
fxaengine-net 3402/tcp # FXa Engine Network Port
fxaengine-net 3402/udp # FXa Engine Network Port
copysnap 3403/tcp # CopySnap Server Port
copysnap 3403/udp # CopySnap Server Port
nokia-ann-ch1 3405/tcp # Nokia Announcement ch 1
nokia-ann-ch1 3405/udp # Nokia Announcement ch 1
nokia-ann-ch2 3406/tcp # Nokia Announcement ch 2
nokia-ann-ch2 3406/udp # Nokia Announcement ch 2
ldap-admin 3407/tcp # LDAP admin server port
ldap-admin 3407/udp # LDAP admin server port
issapi 3408/tcp # POWERpack API Port
issapi 3408/udp # POWERpack API Port
networklens 3409/tcp # NetworkLens Event Port
networklens 3409/udp # NetworkLens Event Port
networklenss 3410/tcp # NetworkLens SSL Event
networklenss 3410/udp # NetworkLens SSL Event
biolink-auth 3411/tcp # BioLink Authenteon server
biolink-auth 3411/udp # BioLink Authenteon server
xmlblaster 3412/tcp # xmlBlaster
xmlblaster 3412/udp # xmlBlaster
svnet 3413/tcp # SpecView Networking
svnet 3413/udp # SpecView Networking
wip-port 3414/tcp # BroadCloud WIP Port
wip-port 3414/udp # BroadCloud WIP Port
bcinameservice 3415/tcp # BCI Name Service
bcinameservice 3415/udp # BCI Name Service
commandport 3416/tcp # AirMobile IS Command Port
commandport 3416/udp # AirMobile IS Command Port
csvr 3417/tcp # ConServR file translation
csvr 3417/udp # ConServR file translation
rnmap 3418/tcp # Remote nmap
rnmap 3418/udp # Remote nmap
softaudit 3419/tcp # Isogon SoftAudit
softaudit 3419/udp # ISogon SoftAudit
ifcp-port 3420/tcp # iFCP User Port
ifcp-port 3420/udp # iFCP User Port
bmap 3421/tcp # Bull Apprise portmapper
bmap 3421/udp # Bull Apprise portmapper
rusb-sys-port 3422/tcp # Remote USB System Port
rusb-sys-port 3422/udp # Remote USB System Port
xtrm 3423/tcp # xTrade Reliable Messaging
xtrm 3423/udp # xTrade Reliable Messaging
xtrms 3424/tcp # xTrade over TLS/SSL
xtrms 3424/udp # xTrade over TLS/SSL
agps-port 3425/tcp # AGPS Access Port
agps-port 3425/udp # AGPS Access Port
arkivio 3426/tcp # Arkivio Storage Protocol
arkivio 3426/udp # Arkivio Storage Protocol
websphere-snmp 3427/tcp # WebSphere SNMP
websphere-snmp 3427/udp # WebSphere SNMP
twcss 3428/tcp # 2Wire CSS
twcss 3428/udp # 2Wire CSS
gcsp 3429/tcp # GCSP user port
gcsp 3429/udp # GCSP user port
ssdispatch 3430/tcp # Scott Studios Dispatch
ssdispatch 3430/udp # Scott Studios Dispatch
ndl-als 3431/tcp # Active License Server Port
ndl-als 3431/udp # Active License Server Port
osdcp 3432/tcp # Secure Device Protocol
osdcp 3432/udp # Secure Device Protocol
alta-smp 3433/tcp # Altaworks Service Management Platform
alta-smp 3433/udp # Altaworks Service Management Platform
opencm 3434/tcp # OpenCM Server
opencm 3434/udp # OpenCM Server
pacom 3435/tcp # Pacom Security User Port
pacom 3435/udp # Pacom Security User Port
gc-config 3436/tcp # GuardControl Exchange Protocol
gc-config 3436/udp # GuardControl Exchange Protocol
autocueds 3437/tcp # Autocue Directory Service
autocueds 3437/udp # Autocue Directory Service
spiral-admin 3438/tcp # Spiralcraft Admin
spiral-admin 3438/udp # Spiralcraft Admin
hri-port 3439/tcp # HRI Interface Port
hri-port 3439/udp # HRI Interface Port
ans-console 3440/tcp # Net Steward Mgmt Console
ans-console 3440/udp # Net Steward Mgmt Console
connect-client 3441/tcp # OC Connect Client
connect-client 3441/udp # OC Connect Client
connect-server 3442/tcp # OC Connect Server
connect-server 3442/udp # OC Connect Server
ov-nnm-websrv 3443/tcp # OpenView Network Node Manager WEB Server
ov-nnm-websrv 3443/udp # OpenView Network Node Manager WEB Server
denali-server 3444/tcp # Denali Server
denali-server 3444/udp # Denali Server
monp 3445/tcp # Media Object Network
monp 3445/udp # Media Object Network
3comfaxrpc 3446/tcp # 3Com FAX RPC port
3comfaxrpc 3446/udp # 3Com FAX RPC port
cddn 3447/tcp # CompuDuo DirectNet
cddn 3447/udp # CompuDuo DirectNet
dnc-port 3448/tcp # Discovery and Net Config
dnc-port 3448/udp # Discovery and Net Config
hotu-chat 3449/tcp # HotU Chat
hotu-chat 3449/udp # HotU Chat
castorproxy 3450/tcp # CAStorProxy
castorproxy 3450/udp # CAStorProxy
asam 3451/tcp # ASAM Services
asam 3451/udp # ASAM Services
sabp-signal 3452/tcp # SABP-Signalling Protocol
sabp-signal 3452/udp # SABP-Signalling Protocol
pscupd 3453/tcp # PSC Update Port
pscupd 3453/udp # PSC Update Port
mira 3454/tcp # Apple Remote Access Protocol
vat 3456/tcp # VAT default data
vat 3456/udp # VAT default data
vat-control 3457/tcp # VAT default control
vat-control 3457/udp # VAT default control
d3winosfi 3458/tcp # D3WinOSFI
d3winosfi 3458/udp # D3WinOSFI
integral 3459/tcp # TIP Integral
integral 3459/udp # TIP Integral
edm-manager 3460/tcp # EDM Manger
edm-manager 3460/udp # EDM Manger
edm-stager 3461/tcp # EDM Stager
edm-stager 3461/udp # EDM Stager
edm-std-notify 3462/tcp # EDM STD Notify
edm-std-notify 3462/udp # EDM STD Notify
edm-adm-notify 3463/tcp # EDM ADM Notify
edm-adm-notify 3463/udp # EDM ADM Notify
edm-mgr-sync 3464/tcp # EDM MGR Sync
edm-mgr-sync 3464/udp # EDM MGR Sync
edm-mgr-cntrl 3465/tcp # EDM MGR Cntrl
edm-mgr-cntrl 3465/udp # EDM MGR Cntrl
workflow 3466/tcp # WORKFLOW
workflow 3466/udp # WORKFLOW
rcst 3467/tcp # RCST
rcst 3467/udp # RCST
ttcmremotectrl 3468/tcp # TTCM Remote Controll
ttcmremotectrl 3468/udp # TTCM Remote Controll
pluribus 3469/tcp # Pluribus
pluribus 3469/udp # Pluribus
jt400 3470/tcp # jt400
jt400 3470/udp # jt400
jt400-ssl 3471/tcp # jt400-ssl
jt400-ssl 3471/udp # jt400-ssl
jaugsremotec-1 3472/tcp # JAUGS N-G Remotec 1
jaugsremotec-1 3472/udp # JAUGS N-G Remotec 1
jaugsremotec-2 3473/tcp # JAUGS N-G Remotec 2
jaugsremotec-2 3473/udp # JAUGS N-G Remotec 2
ttntspauto 3474/tcp # TSP Automation
ttntspauto 3474/udp # TSP Automation
genisar-port 3475/tcp # Genisar Comm Port
genisar-port 3475/udp # Genisar Comm Port
nppmp 3476/tcp # NVIDIA Mgmt Protocol
nppmp 3476/udp # NVIDIA Mgmt Protocol
ecomm 3477/tcp # eComm link port
ecomm 3477/udp # eComm link port
nat-stun-port 3478/tcp # Simple Traversal of UDP Through NAT (STUN) port
nat-stun-port 3478/udp # Simple Traversal of UDP Through NAT (STUN) port
twrpc 3479/tcp # 2Wire RPC
twrpc 3479/udp # 2Wire RPC
plethora 3480/tcp # Secure Virtual Workspace
plethora 3480/udp # Secure Virtual Workspace
cleanerliverc 3481/tcp # CleanerLive remote ctrl
cleanerliverc 3481/udp # CleanerLive remote ctrl
vulture 3482/tcp # Vulture Monitoring System
vulture 3482/udp # Vulture Monitoring System
slim-devices 3483/tcp # Slim Devices Protocol
slim-devices 3483/udp # Slim Devices Protocol
gbs-stp 3484/tcp # GBS SnapTalk Protocol
gbs-stp 3484/udp # GBS SnapTalk Protocol
celatalk 3485/tcp # CelaTalk
celatalk 3485/udp # CelaTalk
ifsf-hb-port 3486/tcp # IFSF Heartbeat Port
ifsf-hb-port 3486/udp # IFSF Heartbeat Port
ltctcp 3487/tcp # LISA TCP Transfer Channel
ltcudp 3487/udp # LISA UDP Transfer Channel
fs-rh-srv 3488/tcp # FS Remote Host Server
fs-rh-srv 3488/udp # FS Remote Host Server
dtp-dia 3489/tcp # DTP/DIA
dtp-dia 3489/udp # DTP/DIA
colubris 3490/tcp # Colubris Management Port
colubris 3490/udp # Colubris Management Port
swr-port 3491/tcp # SWR Port
swr-port 3491/udp # SWR Port
tvdumtray-port 3492/tcp # TVDUM Tray Port
tvdumtray-port 3492/udp # TVDUM Tray Port
nut 3493/tcp # Network UPS Tools
nut 3493/udp # Network UPS Tools
ibm3494 3494/tcp # IBM 3494
ibm3494 3494/udp # IBM 3494
seclayer-tcp 3495/tcp # securitylayer over tcp
seclayer-tcp 3495/udp # securitylayer over tcp
seclayer-tls 3496/tcp # securitylayer over tls
seclayer-tls 3496/udp # securitylayer over tls
ipether232port 3497/tcp # ipEther232Port
ipether232port 3497/udp # ipEther232Port
dashpas-port 3498/tcp # DASHPAS user port
dashpas-port 3498/udp # DASHPAS user port
sccip-media 3499/tcp # SccIP Media
sccip-media 3499/udp # SccIP Media
rtmp-port 3500/tcp # RTMP Port
rtmp-port 3500/udp # RTMP Port
isoft-p2p 3501/tcp # iSoft-P2P
isoft-p2p 3501/udp # iSoft-P2P
avinstalldisc 3502/tcp # Avocent Install Discovery
avinstalldisc 3502/udp # Avocent Install Discovery
lsp-ping 3503/tcp # MPLS LSP-echo Port
lsp-ping 3503/udp # MPLS LSP-echo Port
ironstorm 3504/tcp # IronStorm game server
ironstorm 3504/udp # IronStorm game server
ccmcomm 3505/tcp # CCM communications port
ccmcomm 3505/udp # CCM communications port
apc-3506 3506/tcp # APC 3506
apc-3506 3506/udp # APC 3506
nesh-broker 3507/tcp # Nesh Broker Port
nesh-broker 3507/udp # Nesh Broker Port
interactionweb 3508/tcp # Interaction Web
interactionweb 3508/udp # Interaction Web
vt-ssl 3509/tcp # Virtual Token SSL Port
vt-ssl 3509/udp # Virtual Token SSL Port
xss-port 3510/tcp # XSS Port
xss-port 3510/udp # XSS Port
webmail-2 3511/tcp # WebMail/2
webmail-2 3511/udp # WebMail/2
aztec 3512/tcp # Aztec Distribution Port
aztec 3512/udp # Aztec Distribution Port
arcpd 3513/tcp # Adaptec Remote Protocol
arcpd 3513/udp # Adaptec Remote Protocol
must-p2p 3514/tcp # MUST Peer to Peer
must-p2p 3514/udp # MUST Peer to Peer
must-backplane 3515/tcp # MUST Backplane
must-backplane 3515/udp # MUST Backplane
smartcard-port 3516/tcp # Smartcard Port
smartcard-port 3516/udp # Smartcard Port
802-11-iapp 3517/tcp # IEEE 802.11 WLANs WG IAPP
802-11-iapp 3517/udp # IEEE 802.11 WLANs WG IAPP
artifact-msg 3518/tcp # Artifact Message Server
artifact-msg 3518/udp # Artifact Message Server
nvmsgd 3519/tcp # Netvion Messenger Port
galileo 3519/udp # Netvion Galileo Port
galileolog 3520/tcp # Netvion Galileo Log Port
galileolog 3520/udp # Netvion Galileo Log Port
mc3ss 3521/tcp # Telequip Labs MC3SS
mc3ss 3521/udp # Telequip Labs MC3SS
nssocketport 3522/tcp # DO over NSSocketPort
nssocketport 3522/udp # DO over NSSocketPort
odeumservlink 3523/tcp # Odeum Serverlink
odeumservlink 3523/udp # Odeum Serverlink
ecmport 3524/tcp # ECM Server port
ecmport 3524/udp # ECM Server port
eisport 3525/tcp # EIS Server port
eisport 3525/udp # EIS Server port
starquiz-port 3526/tcp # starQuiz Port
starquiz-port 3526/udp # starQuiz Port
beserver-msg-q 3527/tcp # VERITAS Backup Exec Server
beserver-msg-q 3527/udp # VERITAS Backup Exec Server
jboss-iiop 3528/tcp # JBoss IIOP
jboss-iiop 3528/udp # JBoss IIOP
jboss-iiop-ssl 3529/tcp # JBoss IIOP/SSL
jboss-iiop-ssl 3529/udp # JBoss IIOP/SSL
gf 3530/tcp # Grid Friendly
gf 3530/udp # Grid Friendly
joltid 3531/tcp # Joltid
joltid 3531/udp # Joltid
raven-rmp 3532/tcp # Raven Remote Management Control
raven-rmp 3532/udp # Raven Remote Management Control
raven-rdp 3533/tcp # Raven Remote Management Data
raven-rdp 3533/udp # Raven Remote Management Data
urld-port 3534/tcp # URL Daemon Port
urld-port 3534/udp # URL Daemon Port
ms-la 3535/tcp # MS-LA
ms-la 3535/udp # MS-LA
snac 3536/tcp # SNAC
snac 3536/udp # SNAC
ni-visa-remote 3537/tcp # Remote NI-VISA port
ni-visa-remote 3537/udp # Remote NI-VISA port
ibm-diradm 3538/tcp # IBM Directory Server
ibm-diradm 3538/udp # IBM Directory Server
ibm-diradm-ssl 3539/tcp # IBM Directory Server SSL
ibm-diradm-ssl 3539/udp # IBM Directory Server SSL
pnrp-port 3540/tcp # PNRP User Port
pnrp-port 3540/udp # PNRP User Port
voispeed-port 3541/tcp # VoiSpeed Port
voispeed-port 3541/udp # VoiSpeed Port
hacl-monitor 3542/tcp # HA cluster monitor
hacl-monitor 3542/udp # HA cluster monitor
qftest-lookup 3543/tcp # qftest Lookup Port
qftest-lookup 3543/udp # qftest Lookup Port
teredo 3544/tcp # Teredo Port
teredo 3544/udp # Teredo Port
camac 3545/tcp # CAMAC equipment
camac 3545/udp # CAMAC equipment
symantec-sim 3547/tcp # Symantec SIM
symantec-sim 3547/udp # Symantec SIM
interworld 3548/tcp # Interworld
interworld 3548/udp # Interworld
tellumat-nms 3549/tcp # Tellumat MDR NMS
tellumat-nms 3549/udp # Tellumat MDR NMS
ssmpp 3550/tcp # Secure SMPP
ssmpp 3550/udp # Secure SMPP
apcupsd 3551/tcp # Apcupsd Information Port
apcupsd 3551/udp # Apcupsd Information Port
taserver 3552/tcp # TeamAgenda Server Port
taserver 3552/udp # TeamAgenda Server Port
rbr-discovery 3553/tcp # Red Box Recorder ADP
rbr-discovery 3553/udp # Red Box Recorder ADP
questnotify 3554/tcp # Quest Notification Server
questnotify 3554/udp # Quest Notification Server
razor 3555/tcp # Vipul’s Razor
razor 3555/udp # Vipul’s Razor
sky-transport 3556/tcp # Sky Transport Protocol
sky-transport 3556/udp # Sky Transport Protocol
personalos-001 3557/tcp # PersonalOS Comm Port
personalos-001 3557/udp # PersonalOS Comm Port
mcp-port 3558/tcp # MCP user port
mcp-port 3558/udp # MCP user port
cctv-port 3559/tcp # CCTV control port
cctv-port 3559/udp # CCTV control port
iniserve-port 3560/tcp # INIServe port
iniserve-port 3560/udp # INIServe port
bmc-onekey 3561/tcp # BMC-OneKey
bmc-onekey 3561/udp # BMC-OneKey
sdbproxy 3562/tcp # SDBProxy
sdbproxy 3562/udp # SDBProxy
watcomdebug 3563/tcp # Watcom Debug
watcomdebug 3563/udp # Watcom Debug
esimport 3564/tcp # Electromed SIM port
esimport 3564/udp # Electromed SIM port
m2pa 3565/tcp # M2PA
m2pa 3565/sctp # M2PA
quest-launcher 3566/tcp # Quest Agent Manager
quest-launcher 3566/udp # Quest Agent Manager
emware-oft 3567/tcp # emWare OFT Services
emware-oft 3567/udp # emWare OFT Services
emware-epss 3568/tcp # emWare EMIT/Secure
emware-epss 3568/udp # emWare EMIT/Secure
mbg-ctrl 3569/tcp # Meinberg Control Service
mbg-ctrl 3569/udp # Meinberg Control Service
mccwebsvr-port 3570/tcp # MCC Web Server Port
mccwebsvr-port 3570/udp # MCC Web Server Port
megardsvr-port 3571/tcp # MegaRAID Server Port
megardsvr-port 3571/udp # MegaRAID Server Port
megaregsvrport 3572/tcp # Registration Server Port
megaregsvrport 3572/udp # Registration Server Port
tag-ups-1 3573/tcp # Advantage Group UPS Suite
tag-ups-1 3573/udp # Advantage Group UPS Suite
dmaf-server 3574/tcp # DMAF Server
dmaf-caster 3574/udp # DMAF Caster
ccm-port 3575/tcp # Coalsere CCM Port
ccm-port 3575/udp # Coalsere CCM Port
cmc-port 3576/tcp # Coalsere CMC Port
cmc-port 3576/udp # Coalsere CMC Port
config-port 3577/tcp # Configuration Port
config-port 3577/udp # Configuration Port
data-port 3578/tcp # Data Port
data-port 3578/udp # Data Port
ttat3lb 3579/tcp # Tarantella Load Balancing
ttat3lb 3579/udp # Tarantella Load Balancing
nati-svrloc 3580/tcp # NATI-ServiceLocator
nati-svrloc 3580/udp # NATI-ServiceLocator
kfxaclicensing 3581/tcp # Ascent Capture Licensing
kfxaclicensing 3581/udp # Ascent Capture Licensing
press 3582/tcp # PEG PRESS Server
press 3582/udp # PEG PRESS Server
canex-watch 3583/tcp # CANEX Watch System
canex-watch 3583/udp # CANEX Watch System
u-dbap 3584/tcp # U-DBase Access Protocol
u-dbap 3584/udp # U-DBase Access Protocol
emprise-lls 3585/tcp # Emprise License Server
emprise-lls 3585/udp # Emprise License Server
emprise-lsc 3586/tcp # License Server Console
emprise-lsc 3586/udp # License Server Console
p2pgroup 3587/tcp # Peer to Peer Grouping
p2pgroup 3587/udp # Peer to Peer Grouping
sentinel 3588/tcp # Sentinel Server
sentinel 3588/udp # Sentinel Server
isomair 3589/tcp # isomair
isomair 3589/udp # isomair
wv-csp-sms 3590/tcp # WV CSP SMS Binding
wv-csp-sms 3590/udp # WV CSP SMS Binding
gtrack-server 3591/tcp # LOCANIS G-TRACK Server
gtrack-server 3591/udp # LOCANIS G-TRACK Server
gtrack-ne 3592/tcp # LOCANIS G-TRACK NE Port
gtrack-ne 3592/udp # LOCANIS G-TRACK NE Port
bpmd 3593/tcp # BP Model Debugger
bpmd 3593/udp # BP Model Debugger
mediaspace 3594/tcp # MediaSpace
mediaspace 3594/udp # MediaSpace
shareapp 3595/tcp # ShareApp
shareapp 3595/udp # ShareApp
iw-mmogame 3596/tcp # Illusion Wireless MMOG
iw-mmogame 3596/udp # Illusion Wireless MMOG
a14 3597/tcp # A14 (AN-to-SC/MM)
a14 3597/udp # A14 (AN-to-SC/MM)
a15 3598/tcp # A15 (AN-to-AN)
a15 3598/udp # A15 (AN-to-AN)
quasar-server 3599/tcp # Quasar Accounting Server
quasar-server 3599/udp # Quasar Accounting Server
trap-daemon 3600/tcp # text relay-answer
trap-daemon 3600/udp # text relay-answer
visinet-gui 3601/tcp # Visinet Gui
visinet-gui 3601/udp # Visinet Gui
infiniswitchcl 3602/tcp # InfiniSwitch Mgr Client
infiniswitchcl 3602/udp # InfiniSwitch Mgr Client
int-rcv-cntrl 3603/tcp # Integrated Rcvr Control
int-rcv-cntrl 3603/udp # Integrated Rcvr Control
bmc-jmx-port 3604/tcp # BMC JMX Port
bmc-jmx-port 3604/udp # BMC JMX Port
comcam-io 3605/tcp # ComCam IO Port
comcam-io 3605/udp # ComCam IO Port
splitlock 3606/tcp # Splitlock Server
splitlock 3606/udp # Splitlock Server
precise-i3 3607/tcp # Precise I3
precise-i3 3607/udp # Precise I3
trendchip-dcp 3608/tcp # Trendchip control protocol
trendchip-dcp 3608/udp # Trendchip control protocol
cpdi-pidas-cm 3609/tcp # CPDI PIDAS Connection Mon
cpdi-pidas-cm 3609/udp # CPDI PIDAS Connection Mon
echonet 3610/tcp # ECHONET
echonet 3610/udp # ECHONET
six-degrees 3611/tcp # Six Degrees Port
six-degrees 3611/udp # Six Degrees Port
hp-dataprotect 3612/tcp # HP Data Protector
hp-dataprotect 3612/udp # HP Data Protector
alaris-disc 3613/tcp # Alaris Device Discovery
alaris-disc 3613/udp # Alaris Device Discovery
sigma-port 3614/tcp # Invensys Sigma Port
sigma-port 3614/udp # Invensys Sigma Port
start-network 3615/tcp # Start Messaging Network
start-network 3615/udp # Start Messaging Network
cd3o-protocol 3616/tcp # cd3o Control Protocol
cd3o-protocol 3616/udp # cd3o Control Protocol
sharp-server 3617/tcp # ATI SHARP Logic Engine
sharp-server 3617/udp # ATI SHARP Logic Engine
aairnet-1 3618/tcp # AAIR-Network 1
aairnet-1 3618/udp # AAIR-Network 1
aairnet-2 3619/tcp # AAIR-Network 2
aairnet-2 3619/udp # AAIR-Network 2
ep-pcp 3620/tcp # EPSON Projector Control Port
ep-pcp 3620/udp # EPSON Projector Control Port
ep-nsp 3621/tcp # EPSON Network Screen Port
ep-nsp 3621/udp # EPSON Network Screen Port
ff-lr-port 3622/tcp # FF LAN Redundancy Port
ff-lr-port 3622/udp # FF LAN Redundancy Port
haipe-discover 3623/tcp # HAIPIS Dynamic Discovery
haipe-discover 3623/udp # HAIPIS Dynamic Discovery
dist-upgrade 3624/tcp # Distributed Upgrade Port
dist-upgrade 3624/udp # Distributed Upgrade Port
volley 3625/tcp # Volley
volley 3625/udp # Volley
bvcdaemon-port 3626/tcp # bvControl Daemon
bvcdaemon-port 3626/udp # bvControl Daemon
jamserverport 3627/tcp # Jam Server Port
jamserverport 3627/udp # Jam Server Port
ept-machine 3628/tcp # EPT Machine Interface
ept-machine 3628/udp # EPT Machine Interface
escvpnet 3629/tcp # ESC/VP.net
escvpnet 3629/udp # ESC/VP.net
cs-remote-db 3630/tcp # C&S Remote Database Port
cs-remote-db 3630/udp # C&S Remote Database Port
cs-services 3631/tcp # C&S Web Services Port
cs-services 3631/udp # C&S Web Services Port
wacp 3633/tcp # Wyrnix AIS port
wacp 3633/udp # Wyrnix AIS port
hlibmgr 3634/tcp # hNTSP Library Manager
hlibmgr 3634/udp # hNTSP Library Manager
sdo 3635/tcp # Simple Distributed Objects
sdo 3635/udp # Simple Distributed Objects
opscenter 3636/tcp # OpsCenter
opscenter 3636/udp # OpsCenter
scservp 3637/tcp # Customer Service Port
scservp 3637/udp # Customer Service Port
ehp-backup 3638/tcp # EHP Backup Protocol
ehp-backup 3638/udp # EHP Backup Protocol
xap-ha 3639/tcp # Extensible Automation
xap-ha 3639/udp # Extensible Automation
netplay-port1 3640/tcp # Netplay Port 1
netplay-port1 3640/udp # Netplay Port 1
netplay-port2 3641/tcp # Netplay Port 2
netplay-port2 3641/udp # Netplay Port 2
juxml-port 3642/tcp # Juxml Replication port
juxml-port 3642/udp # Juxml Replication port
audiojuggler 3643/tcp # AudioJuggler
audiojuggler 3643/udp # AudioJuggler
ssowatch 3644/tcp # ssowatch
ssowatch 3644/udp # ssowatch
cyc 3645/tcp # Cyc
cyc 3645/udp # Cyc
xss-srv-port 3646/tcp # XSS Server Port
xss-srv-port 3646/udp # XSS Server Port
splitlock-gw 3647/tcp # Splitlock Gateway
splitlock-gw 3647/udp # Splitlock Gateway
fjcp 3648/tcp # Fujitsu Cooperation Port
fjcp 3648/udp # Fujitsu Cooperation Port
nmmp 3649/tcp # Nishioka Miyuki Msg Protocol
nmmp 3649/udp # Nishioka Miyuki Msg Protocol
prismiq-plugin 3650/tcp # PRISMIQ VOD plug-in
prismiq-plugin 3650/udp # PRISMIQ VOD plug-in
xrpc-registry 3651/tcp # XRPC Registry
xrpc-registry 3651/udp # XRPC Registry
vxcrnbuport 3652/tcp # VxCR NBU Default Port
vxcrnbuport 3652/udp # VxCR NBU Default Port
tsp 3653/tcp # Tunnel Setup Protocol
tsp 3653/udp # Tunnel Setup Protocol
vaprtm 3654/tcp # VAP RealTime Messenger
vaprtm 3654/udp # VAP RealTime Messenger
abatemgr 3655/tcp # ActiveBatch Exec Agent
abatemgr 3655/udp # ActiveBatch Exec Agent
abatjss 3656/tcp # ActiveBatch Job Scheduler
abatjss 3656/udp # ActiveBatch Job Scheduler
immedianet-bcn 3657/tcp # ImmediaNet Beacon
immedianet-bcn 3657/udp # ImmediaNet Beacon
ps-ams 3658/tcp # PlayStation AMS (Secure)
ps-ams 3658/udp # PlayStation AMS (Secure)
apple-sasl 3659/tcp # Apple SASL
apple-sasl 3659/udp # Apple SASL
can-nds-ssl 3660/tcp # Candle Directory Services using SSL
can-nds-ssl 3660/udp # Candle Directory Services using SSL
can-ferret-ssl 3661/tcp # Candle Directory Services using SSL
can-ferret-ssl 3661/udp # Candle Directory Services using SSL
pserver 3662/tcp # pserver
pserver 3662/udp # pserver
dtp 3663/tcp # DIRECWAY Tunnel Protocol
dtp 3663/udp # DIRECWAY Tunnel Protocol
ups-engine 3664/tcp # UPS Engine Port
ups-engine 3664/udp # UPS Engine Port
ent-engine 3665/tcp # Enterprise Engine Port
ent-engine 3665/udp # Enterprise Engine Port
eserver-pap 3666/tcp # IBM eServer PAP
eserver-pap 3666/udp # IBM EServer PAP
infoexch 3667/tcp # IBM Information Exchange
infoexch 3667/udp # IBM Information Exchange
dell-rm-port 3668/tcp # Dell Remote Management
dell-rm-port 3668/udp # Dell Remote Management
casanswmgmt 3669/tcp # CA SAN Switch Management
casanswmgmt 3669/udp # CA SAN Switch Management
smile 3670/tcp # SMILE TCP/UDP Interface
smile 3670/udp # SMILE TCP/UDP Interface
efcp 3671/tcp # e Field Control (EIBnet)
efcp 3671/udp # e Field Control (EIBnet)
lispworks-orb 3672/tcp # LispWorks ORB
lispworks-orb 3672/udp # LispWorks ORB
mediavault-gui 3673/tcp # Openview Media Vault GUI
mediavault-gui 3673/udp # Openview Media Vault GUI
wininstall-ipc 3674/tcp # WinINSTALL IPC Port
wininstall-ipc 3674/udp # WinINSTALL IPC Port
calltrax 3675/tcp # CallTrax Data Port
calltrax 3675/udp # CallTrax Data Port
va-pacbase 3676/tcp # VisualAge Pacbase server
va-pacbase 3676/udp # VisualAge Pacbase server
roverlog 3677/tcp # RoverLog IPC
roverlog 3677/udp # RoverLog IPC
ipr-dglt 3678/tcp # DataGuardianLT
ipr-dglt 3678/udp # DataGuardianLT
newton-dock 3679/tcp # Newton Dock
newton-dock 3679/udp # Newton Dock
npds-tracker 3680/tcp # NPDS Tracker
npds-tracker 3680/udp # NPDS Tracker
bts-x73 3681/tcp # BTS X73 Port
bts-x73 3681/udp # BTS X73 Port
cas-mapi 3682/tcp # EMC SmartPackets-MAPI
cas-mapi 3682/udp # EMC SmartPackets-MAPI
bmc-ea 3683/tcp # BMC EDV/EA
bmc-ea 3683/udp # BMC EDV/EA
faxstfx-port 3684/tcp # FAXstfX
faxstfx-port 3684/udp # FAXstfX
dsx-agent 3685/tcp # DS Expert Agent
dsx-agent 3685/udp # DS Expert Agent
tnmpv2 3686/tcp # Trivial Network Management
tnmpv2 3686/udp # Trivial Network Management
simple-push 3687/tcp # simple-push
simple-push 3687/udp # simple-push
simple-push-s 3688/tcp # simple-push Secure
simple-push-s 3688/udp # simple-push Secure
daap 3689/tcp # Digital Audio Access Protocol
daap 3689/udp # Digital Audio Access Protocol
magaya-network 3691/tcp # Magaya Network Port
magaya-network 3691/udp # Magaya Network Port
intelsync 3692/tcp # Brimstone IntelSync
intelsync 3692/udp # Brimstone IntelSync
gttp 3693/tcp # GTTP
gttp 3693/udp # GTTP
vpntpp 3694/tcp # VPN Token Propagation Protocol
vpntpp 3694/udp # VPN Token Propagation Protocol
bmc-data-coll 3695/tcp # BMC Data Collection
bmc-data-coll 3695/udp # BMC Data Collection
telnetcpcd 3696/tcp # Telnet Com Port Control
telnetcpcd 3696/udp # Telnet Com Port Control
nw-license 3697/tcp # NavisWorks License System
nw-license 3697/udp # NavisWorks Licnese System
sagectlpanel 3698/tcp # SAGECTLPANEL
sagectlpanel 3698/udp # SAGECTLPANEL
kpn-icw 3699/tcp # Internet Call Waiting
kpn-icw 3699/udp # Internet Call Waiting
lrs-paging 3700/tcp # LRS NetPage
lrs-paging 3700/udp # LRS NetPage
netcelera 3701/tcp # NetCelera
netcelera 3701/udp # NetCelera
ws-discovery 3702/tcp # Web Service Discovery
ws-discovery 3702/udp # Web Service Discovery
adobeserver-3 3703/tcp # Adobe Server 3
adobeserver-3 3703/udp # Adobe Server 3
adobeserver-4 3704/tcp # Adobe Server 4
adobeserver-4 3704/udp # Adobe Server 4
adobeserver-5 3705/tcp # Adobe Server 5
adobeserver-5 3705/udp # Adobe Server 5
rt-event 3706/tcp # Real-Time Event Port
rt-event 3706/udp # Real-Time Event Port
rt-event-s 3707/tcp # Real-Time Event Secure Port
rt-event-s 3707/udp # Real-Time Event Secure Port
sun-as-iiops 3708/tcp # Sun App Svr – Naming
sun-as-iiops 3708/udp # Sun App Svr – Naming
ca-idms 3709/tcp # CA-IDMS Server
ca-idms 3709/udp # CA-IDMS Server
portgate-auth 3710/tcp # PortGate Authentication
portgate-auth 3710/udp # PortGate Authentication
edb-server2 3711/tcp # EBD Server 2
edb-server2 3711/udp # EBD Server 2
sentinel-ent 3712/tcp # Sentinel Enterprise
sentinel-ent 3712/udp # Sentinel Enterprise
tftps 3713/tcp # TFTP over TLS
tftps 3713/udp # TFTP over TLS
delos-dms 3714/tcp # DELOS Direct Messaging
delos-dms 3714/udp # DELOS Direct Messaging
anoto-rendezv 3715/tcp # Anoto Rendezvous Port
anoto-rendezv 3715/udp # Anoto Rendezvous Port
wv-csp-sms-cir 3716/tcp # WV CSP SMS CIR Channel
wv-csp-sms-cir 3716/udp # WV CSP SMS CIR Channel
wv-csp-udp-cir 3717/tcp # WV CSP UDP/IP CIR Channel
wv-csp-udp-cir 3717/udp # WV CSP UDP/IP CIR Channel
opus-services 3718/tcp # OPUS Server Port
opus-services 3718/udp # OPUS Server Port
itelserverport 3719/tcp # iTel Server Port
itelserverport 3719/udp # iTel Server Port
ufastro-instr 3720/tcp # UF Astro. Instr. Services
ufastro-instr 3720/udp # UF Astro. Instr. Services
xsync 3721/tcp # Xsync
xsync 3721/udp # Xsync
xserveraid 3722/tcp # Xserve RAID
xserveraid 3722/udp # Xserve RAID
sychrond 3723/tcp # Sychron Service Daemon
sychrond 3723/udp # Sychron Service Daemon
blizwow 3724/tcp # World of Warcraft
blizwow 3724/udp # World of Warcraft
na-er-tip 3725/tcp # Netia NA-ER Port
na-er-tip 3725/udp # Netia NA-ER Port
array-manager 3726/tcp # Xyratex Array Manager
array-manager 3726/udp # Xyartex Array Manager
e-mdu 3727/tcp # Ericsson Mobile Data Unit
e-mdu 3727/udp # Ericsson Mobile Data Unit
e-woa 3728/tcp # Ericsson Web on Air
e-woa 3728/udp # Ericsson Web on Air
fksp-audit 3729/tcp # Fireking Audit Port
fksp-audit 3729/udp # Fireking Audit Port
client-ctrl 3730/tcp # Client Control
client-ctrl 3730/udp # Client Control
smap 3731/tcp # Service Manager
smap 3731/udp # Service Manager
m-wnn 3732/tcp # Mobile Wnn
m-wnn 3732/udp # Mobile Wnn
multip-msg 3733/tcp # Multipuesto Msg Port
multip-msg 3733/udp # Multipuesto Msg Port
synel-data 3734/tcp # Synel Data Collection Port
synel-data 3734/udp # Synel Data Collection Port
pwdis 3735/tcp # Password Distribution
pwdis 3735/udp # Password Distribution
rs-rmi 3736/tcp # RealSpace RMI
rs-rmi 3736/udp # RealSpace RMI
versatalk 3738/tcp # versaTalk Server Port
versatalk 3738/udp # versaTalk Server Port
launchbird-lm 3739/tcp # Launchbird LicenseManager
launchbird-lm 3739/udp # Launchbird LicenseManager
heartbeat 3740/tcp # Heartbeat Protocol
heartbeat 3740/udp # Heartbeat Protocol
wysdma 3741/tcp # WysDM Agent
wysdma 3741/udp # WysDM Agent
cst-port 3742/tcp # CST – Configuration & Service Tracker
cst-port 3742/udp # CST – Configuration & Service Tracker
ipcs-command 3743/tcp # IP Control Systems Ltd.
ipcs-command 3743/udp # IP Control Systems Ltd.
sasg 3744/tcp # SASG
sasg 3744/udp # SASG
gw-call-port 3745/tcp # GWRTC Call Port
gw-call-port 3745/udp # GWRTC Call Port
linktest 3746/tcp # LXPRO.COM LinkTest
linktest 3746/udp # LXPRO.COM LinkTest
linktest-s 3747/tcp # LXPRO.COM LinkTest SSL
linktest-s 3747/udp # LXPRO.COM LinkTest SSL
webdata 3748/tcp # webData
webdata 3748/udp # webData
cimtrak 3749/tcp # CimTrak
cimtrak 3749/udp # CimTrak
cbos-ip-port 3750/tcp # CBOS/IP ncapsalation port
cbos-ip-port 3750/udp # CBOS/IP ncapsalatoin port
gprs-cube 3751/tcp # CommLinx GPRS Cube
gprs-cube 3751/udp # CommLinx GPRS Cube
vipremoteagent 3752/tcp # Vigil-IP RemoteAgent
vipremoteagent 3752/udp # Vigil-IP RemoteAgent
nattyserver 3753/tcp # NattyServer Port
nattyserver 3753/udp # NattyServer Port
timestenbroker 3754/tcp # TimesTen Broker Port
timestenbroker 3754/udp # TimesTen Broker Port
sas-remote-hlp 3755/tcp # SAS Remote Help Server
sas-remote-hlp 3755/udp # SAS Remote Help Server
canon-capt 3756/tcp # Canon CAPT Port
canon-capt 3756/udp # Canon CAPT Port
grf-port 3757/tcp # GRF Server Port
grf-port 3757/udp # GRF Server Port
apw-registry 3758/tcp # apw RMI registry
apw-registry 3758/udp # apw RMI registry
exapt-lmgr 3759/tcp # Exapt License Manager
exapt-lmgr 3759/udp # Exapt License Manager
adtempusclient 3760/tcp # adTempus Client
adtempusclient 3760/udp # adTEmpus Client
gsakmp 3761/tcp # gsakmp port
gsakmp 3761/udp # gsakmp port
gbs-smp 3762/tcp # GBS SnapMail Protocol
gbs-smp 3762/udp # GBS SnapMail Protocol
xo-wave 3763/tcp # XO Wave Control Port
xo-wave 3763/udp # XO Wave Control Port
mni-prot-rout 3764/tcp # MNI Protected Routing
mni-prot-rout 3764/udp # MNI Protected Routing
rtraceroute 3765/tcp # Remote Traceroute
rtraceroute 3765/udp # Remote Traceroute
listmgr-port 3767/tcp # ListMGR Port
listmgr-port 3767/udp # ListMGR Port
rblcheckd 3768/tcp # rblcheckd server daemon
rblcheckd 3768/udp # rblcheckd server daemon
haipe-otnk 3769/tcp # HAIPE Network Keying
haipe-otnk 3769/udp # HAIPE Network Keying
cindycollab 3770/tcp # Cinderella Collaboration
cindycollab 3770/udp # Cinderella Collaboration
paging-port 3771/tcp # RTP Paging Port
paging-port 3771/udp # RTP Paging Port
ctp 3772/tcp # Chantry Tunnel Protocol
ctp 3772/udp # Chantry Tunnel Protocol
ctdhercules 3773/tcp # ctdhercules
ctdhercules 3773/udp # ctdhercules
zicom 3774/tcp # ZICOM
zicom 3774/udp # ZICOM
ispmmgr 3775/tcp # ISPM Manager Port
ispmmgr 3775/udp # ISPM Manager Port
dvcprov-port 3776/tcp # Device Provisioning Port
dvcprov-port 3776/udp # Device Provisioning Port
jibe-eb 3777/tcp # Jibe EdgeBurst
jibe-eb 3777/udp # Jibe EdgeBurst
c-h-it-port 3778/tcp # Cutler-Hammer IT Port
c-h-it-port 3778/udp # Cutler-Hammer IT Port
cognima 3779/tcp # Cognima Replication
cognima 3779/udp # Cognima Replication
nnp 3780/tcp # Nuzzler Network Protocol
nnp 3780/udp # Nuzzler Network Protocol
abcvoice-port 3781/tcp # ABCvoice server port
abcvoice-port 3781/udp # ABCvoice server port
iso-tp0s 3782/tcp # Secure ISO TP0 port
iso-tp0s 3782/udp # Secure ISO TP0 port
bim-pem 3783/tcp # Impact Mgr./PEM Gateway
bim-pem 3783/udp # Impact Mgr./PEM Gateway
bfd-control 3784/tcp # BFD Control Protocol
bfd-control 3784/udp # BFD Control Protocol
bfd-echo 3785/tcp # BFD Echo Protocol
bfd-echo 3785/udp # BFD Echo Protocol
upstriggervsw 3786/tcp # VSW Upstrigger port
upstriggervsw 3786/udp # VSW Upstrigger port
fintrx 3787/tcp # Fintrx
fintrx 3787/udp # Fintrx
isrp-port 3788/tcp # SPACEWAY Routing port
isrp-port 3788/udp # SPACEWAY Routing port
remotedeploy 3789/tcp # RemoteDeploy Administration Port
remotedeploy 3789/udp # RemoteDeploy Administration Port
quickbooksrds 3790/tcp # QuickBooks RDS
quickbooksrds 3790/udp # QuickBooks RDS
tvnetworkvideo 3791/tcp # TV NetworkVideo Data port
tvnetworkvideo 3791/udp # TV NetworkVideo Data port
sitewatch 3792/tcp # e-watch, Inc. SiteWatch
sitewatch 3792/udp # e-watch, Inc. Sitewatch
dcsoftware 3793/tcp # DataCore Software
dcsoftware 3793/udp # DataCore Software
jaus 3794/tcp # JAUS Robots
jaus 3794/udp # JAUS Robots
myblast 3795/tcp # myBLAST Mekentosj port
myblast 3795/udp # myBLAST Mekentosj port
spw-dialer 3796/tcp # Spaceway Dialer
spw-dialer 3796/udp # Spaceway Dialer
idps 3797/tcp # idps
idps 3797/udp # idps
minilock 3798/tcp # Minilock
minilock 3798/udp # Minilock
radius-dynauth 3799/tcp # RADIUS Dynamic Authorization
radius-dynauth 3799/udp # RADIUS Dynamic Authorization
pwgpsi 3800/tcp # Print Services Interface
pwgpsi 3800/udp # Print Services Interface
vhd 3802/tcp # VHD
vhd 3802/udp # VHD
soniqsync 3803/tcp # SoniqSync
soniqsync 3803/udp # SoniqSync
iqnet-port 3804/tcp # Harman IQNet Port
iqnet-port 3804/udp # Harman IQNet Port
tcpdataserver 3805/tcp # ThorGuard Server Port
tcpdataserver 3805/udp # ThorGuard Server Port
wsmlb 3806/tcp # Remote System Manager
wsmlb 3806/udp # Remote System Manager
spugna 3807/tcp # SpuGNA Communication Port
spugna 3807/udp # SpuGNA Communication Port
sun-as-iiops-ca 3808/tcp # Sun App Svr-IIOPClntAuth
sun-as-iiops-ca 3808/udp # Sun App Svr-IIOPClntAuth
wlanauth 3810/tcp # WLAN AS server
wlanauth 3810/udp # WLAN AS server
amp 3811/tcp # AMP
amp 3811/udp # AMP
neto-wol-server 3812/tcp # netO WOL Server
neto-wol-server 3812/udp # netO WOL Server
rap-ip 3813/tcp # Rhapsody Interface Protocol
rap-ip 3813/udp # Rhapsody Interface Protocol
neto-dcs 3814/tcp # netO DCS
neto-dcs 3814/udp # netO DCS
lansurveyorxml 3815/tcp # LANsurveyor XML
lansurveyorxml 3815/udp # LANsurveyor XML
sunlps-http 3816/tcp # Sun Local Patch Server
sunlps-http 3816/udp # Sun Local Patch Server
tapeware 3817/tcp # Yosemite Tech Tapeware
tapeware 3817/udp # Yosemite Tech Tapeware
crinis-hb 3818/tcp # Crinis Heartbeat
crinis-hb 3818/udp # Crinis Heartbeat
epl-slp 3819/tcp # EPL Sequ Layer Protocol
epl-slp 3819/udp # EPL Sequ Layer Protocol
scp 3820/tcp # Siemens AuD SCP
scp 3820/udp # Siemens AuD SCP
pmcp 3821/tcp # ATSC PMCP Standard
pmcp 3821/udp # ATSC PMCP Standard
acp-discovery 3822/tcp # Compute Pool Discovery
acp-discovery 3822/udp # Compute Pool Discovery
acp-conduit 3823/tcp # Compute Pool Conduit
acp-conduit 3823/udp # Compute Pool Conduit
acp-policy 3824/tcp # Compute Pool Policy
acp-policy 3824/udp # Compute Pool Policy
markem-dcp 3836/tcp # MARKEM NEXTGEN DCP
markem-dcp 3836/udp # MARKEM NEXTGEN DCP
mkm-discovery 3837/tcp # MARKEM Auto-Discovery
mkm-discovery 3837/udp # MARKEM Auto-Discovery
sos 3838/tcp # Scito Object Server
sos 3838/udp # Scito Object Server
amx-rms 3839/tcp # AMX Resource Management Suite
amx-rms 3839/udp # AMX Resource Management Suite
flirtmitmir 3840/tcp # http://www.FlirtMitMir.de
flirtmitmir 3840/udp # http://www.FlirtMitMir.de
zfirm-shiprush3 3841/tcp # Z-Firm ShipRush v3
zfirm-shiprush3 3841/udp # Z-Firm ShipRush v3
nhci 3842/tcp # NHCI status port
nhci 3842/udp # NHCI status port
quest-agent 3843/tcp # Quest Common Agent
quest-agent 3843/udp # Quest Common Agent
rnm 3844/tcp # RNM
rnm 3844/udp # RNM
v-one-spp 3845/tcp # V-ONE Single Port Proxy
v-one-spp 3845/udp # V-ONE Single Port Proxy
an-pcp 3846/tcp # Astare Network PCP
an-pcp 3846/udp # Astare Network PCP
msfw-control 3847/tcp # MS Firewall Control
msfw-control 3847/udp # MS Firewall Control
item 3848/tcp # IT Environmental Monitor
item 3848/udp # IT Environmental Monitor
spw-dnspreload 3849/tcp # SPACEWAY DNS Preload
spw-dnspreload 3849/udp # SPACEWAY DNS Prelaod
qtms-bootstrap 3850/tcp # QTMS Bootstrap Protocol
qtms-bootstrap 3850/udp # QTMS Bootstrap Protocol
spectraport 3851/tcp # SpectraTalk Port
spectraport 3851/udp # SpectraTalk Port
sse-app-config 3852/tcp # SSE App Configuration
sse-app-config 3852/udp # SSE App Configuration
sscan 3853/tcp # SONY scanning protocol
sscan 3853/udp # SONY scanning protocol
stryker-com 3854/tcp # Stryker Comm Port
stryker-com 3854/udp # Stryker Comm Port
opentrac 3855/tcp # OpenTRAC
opentrac 3855/udp # OpenTRAC
informer 3856/tcp # INFORMER
informer 3856/udp # INFORMER
trap-port 3857/tcp # Trap Port
trap-port 3857/udp # Trap Port
trap-port-mom 3858/tcp # Trap Port MOM
trap-port-mom 3858/udp # Trap Port MOM
nav-port 3859/tcp # Navini Port
nav-port 3859/udp # Navini Port
ewlm 3860/tcp # eWLM
ewlm 3860/udp # eWLM
winshadow-hd 3861/tcp # winShadow Host Discovery
winshadow-hd 3861/udp # winShadow Host Discovery
giga-pocket 3862/tcp # GIGA-POCKET
giga-pocket 3862/udp # GIGA-POCKET
asap-tcp 3863/tcp # asap tcp port
asap-tcp 3863/udp # asap tcp port
asap-sctp 3863/sctp # asap sctp
asap-tcp-tls 3864/tcp # asap/tls tcp port
asap-tcp-tls 3864/udp # asap/tls tcp port
xpl 3865/tcp # xpl automation protocol
xpl 3865/udp # xpl automation protocol
dzdaemon 3866/tcp # Sun SDViz DZDAEMON Port
dzdaemon 3866/udp # Sun SDViz DZDAEMON Port
dzoglserver 3867/tcp # Sun SDViz DZOGLSERVER Port
dzoglserver 3867/udp # Sun SDViz DZOGLSERVER Port
diameter 3868/tcp # DIAMETER
diameter 3868/sctp # DIAMETER
ovsam-mgmt 3869/tcp # hp OVSAM MgmtServer Disco
ovsam-mgmt 3869/udp # hp OVSAM MgmtServer Disco
ovsam-d-agent 3870/tcp # hp OVSAM HostAgent Disco
ovsam-d-agent 3870/udp # hp OVSAM HostAgent Disco
avocent-adsap 3871/tcp # Avocent DS Authorization
avocent-adsap 3871/udp # Avocent DS Authorization
oem-agent 3872/tcp # OEM Agent
oem-agent 3872/udp # OEM Agent
fagordnc 3873/tcp # fagordnc
fagordnc 3873/udp # fagordnc
sixxsconfig 3874/tcp # SixXS Configuration
sixxsconfig 3874/udp # SixXS Configuration
pnbscada 3875/tcp # PNBSCADA
pnbscada 3875/udp # PNBSCADA
dl_agent 3876/tcp # DirectoryLockdown Agent
dl_agent 3876/udp # DirectoryLockdown Agent
xmpcr-interface 3877/tcp # XMPCR Interface Port
xmpcr-interface 3877/udp # XMPCR Interface Port
fotogcad 3878/tcp # FotoG CAD interface
fotogcad 3878/udp # FotoG CAD interface
appss-lm 3879/tcp # appss license manager
appss-lm 3879/udp # appss license manager
microgrid 3880/tcp # microgrid
microgrid 3880/udp # microgrid
idac 3881/tcp # Data Acquisition and Control
idac 3881/udp # Data Acquisition and Control
msdts1 3882/tcp # DTS Service Port
msdts1 3882/udp # DTS Service Port
vrpn 3883/tcp # VR Peripheral Network
vrpn 3883/udp # VR Peripheral Network
softrack-meter 3884/tcp # SofTrack Metering
softrack-meter 3884/udp # SofTrack Metering
topflow-ssl 3885/tcp # TopFlow SSL
topflow-ssl 3885/udp # TopFlow SSL
nei-management 3886/tcp # NEI management port
nei-management 3886/udp # NEI management port
ciphire-data 3887/tcp # Ciphire Data Transport
ciphire-data 3887/udp # Ciphire Data Transport
ciphire-serv 3888/tcp # Ciphire Services
ciphire-serv 3888/udp # Ciphire Services
dandv-tester 3889/tcp # D and V Tester Control Port
dandv-tester 3889/udp # D and V Tester Control Port
ndsconnect 3890/tcp # Niche Data Server Connect
ndsconnect 3890/udp # Niche Data Server Connect
rtc-pm-port 3891/tcp # Oracle RTC-PM port
rtc-pm-port 3891/udp # Oracle RTC-PM port
pcc-image-port 3892/tcp # PCC-image-port
pcc-image-port 3892/udp # PCC-image-port
cgi-starapi 3893/tcp # CGI StarAPI Server
cgi-starapi 3893/udp # CGI StarAPI Server
syam-agent 3894/tcp # SyAM Agent Port
syam-agent 3894/udp # SyAM Agent Port
syam-smc 3895/tcp # SyAm SMC Service Port
syam-smc 3895/udp # SyAm SMC Service Port
sdo-tls 3896/tcp # Simple Distributed Objects over TLS
sdo-tls 3896/udp # Simple Distributed Objects over TLS
sdo-ssh 3897/tcp # Simple Distributed Objects over SSH
sdo-ssh 3897/udp # Simple Distributed Objects over SSH
senip 3898/tcp # IAS, Inc. SmartEye NET Internet Protocol
senip 3898/udp # IAS, Inc. SmartEye NET Internet Protocol
itv-control 3899/tcp # ITV Port
itv-control 3899/udp # ITV Port
nimsh 3901/tcp # NIM Service Handler
nimsh 3901/udp # NIM Service Handler
nimaux 3902/tcp # NIMsh Auxiliary Port
nimaux 3902/udp # NIMsh Auxiliary Port
charsetmgr 3903/tcp # CharsetMGR
charsetmgr 3903/udp # CharsetMGR
omnilink-port 3904/tcp # Arnet Omnilink Port
omnilink-port 3904/udp # Arnet Omnilink Port
mupdate 3905/tcp # Mailbox Update (MUPDATE) protocol
mupdate 3905/udp # Mailbox Update (MUPDATE) protocol
topovista-data 3906/tcp # TopoVista elevation data
topovista-data 3906/udp # TopoVista elevation data
imoguia-port 3907/tcp # Imoguia Port
imoguia-port 3907/udp # Imoguia Port
hppronetman 3908/tcp # HP Procurve NetManagement
hppronetman 3908/udp # HP Procurve NetManagement
surfcontrolcpa 3909/tcp # SurfControl CPA
surfcontrolcpa 3909/udp # SurfControl CPA
prnrequest 3910/tcp # Printer Request Port
prnrequest 3910/udp # Printer Request Port
prnstatus 3911/tcp # Printer Status Port
prnstatus 3911/udp # Printer Status Port
gbmt-stars 3912/tcp # Global Maintech Stars
gbmt-stars 3912/udp # Global Maintech Stars
listcrt-port 3913/tcp # ListCREATOR Port
listcrt-port 3913/udp # ListCREATOR Port
listcrt-port-2 3914/tcp # ListCREATOR Port 2
listcrt-port-2 3914/udp # ListCREATOR Port 2
agcat 3915/tcp # Auto-Graphics Cataloging
agcat 3915/udp # Auto-Graphics Cataloging
wysdmc 3916/tcp # WysDM Controller
wysdmc 3916/udp # WysDM Controller
aftmux 3917/tcp # AFT multiplex port
aftmux 3917/udp # AFT multiples port
pktcablemmcops 3918/tcp # PacketCableMultimediaCOPS
pktcablemmcops 3918/udp # PacketCableMultimediaCOPS
hyperip 3919/tcp # HyperIP
hyperip 3919/udp # HyperIP
exasoftport1 3920/tcp # Exasoft IP Port
exasoftport1 3920/udp # Exasoft IP Port
herodotus-net 3921/tcp # Herodotus Net
herodotus-net 3921/udp # Herodotus Net
sor-update 3922/tcp # Soronti Update Port
sor-update 3922/udp # Soronti Update Port
symb-sb-port 3923/tcp # Symbian Service Broker
symb-sb-port 3923/udp # Symbian Service Broker
mpl-gprs-port 3924/tcp # MPL_GPRS_PORT
mpl-gprs-port 3924/udp # MPL_GPRS_Port
zmp 3925/tcp # Zoran Media Port
zmp 3925/udp # Zoran Media Port
winport 3926/tcp # WINPort
winport 3926/udp # WINPort
natdataservice 3927/tcp # ScsTsr
natdataservice 3927/udp # ScsTsr
netboot-pxe 3928/tcp # PXE NetBoot Manager
netboot-pxe 3928/udp # PXE NetBoot Manager
smauth-port 3929/tcp # AMS Port
smauth-port 3929/udp # AMS Port
syam-webserver 3930/tcp # Syam Web Server Port
syam-webserver 3930/udp # Syam Web Server Port
msr-plugin-port 3931/tcp # MSR Plugin Port
msr-plugin-port 3931/udp # MSR Plugin Port
dyn-site 3932/tcp # Dynamic Site System
dyn-site 3932/udp # Dynamic Site System
plbserve-port 3933/tcp # PL/B App Server User Port
plbserve-port 3933/udp # PL/B App Server User Port
sunfm-port 3934/tcp # PL/B File Manager Port
sunfm-port 3934/udp # PL/B File Manager Port
sdp-portmapper 3935/tcp # SDP Port Mapper Protocol
sdp-portmapper 3935/udp # SDP Port Mapper Protocol
mailprox 3936/tcp # Mailprox
mailprox 3936/udp # Mailprox
dvbservdscport 3937/tcp # DVB Service Disc Port
dvbservdscport 3937/udp # DVB Service Disc Port
dbcontrol_agent 3938/tcp # Oracle dbControl Agent po
dbcontrol_agent 3938/udp # Oracel dbControl Agent po
aamp 3939/tcp # Anti-virus Application Management Port
aamp 3939/udp # Anti-virus Application Management Port
xecp-node 3940/tcp # XeCP Node Service
xecp-node 3940/udp # XeCP Node Service
homeportal-web 3941/tcp # Home Portal Web Server
homeportal-web 3941/udp # Home Portal Web Server
srdp 3942/tcp # satellite distribution
srdp 3942/udp # satellite distribution
tig 3943/tcp # TetraNode Ip Gateway
tig 3943/udp # TetraNode Ip Gateway
sops 3944/tcp # S-Ops Management
sops 3944/udp # S-Ops Management
emcads 3945/tcp # EMCADS Server Port
emcads 3945/udp # EMCADS Server Port
backupedge 3946/tcp # BackupEDGE Server
backupedge 3946/udp # BackupEDGE Server
ccp 3947/tcp # Connect and Control Protocol for Consumer, Commercial, and Industrial Electronic Devices
ccp 3947/udp # Connect and Control Protocol for Consumer, Commercial, and Industrial Electronic Devices
apdap 3948/tcp # Anton Paar Device Administration Protocol
apdap 3948/udp # Anton Paar Device Administration Protocol
drip 3949/tcp # Dynamic Routing Information Protocol
drip 3949/udp # Dynamic Routing Information Protocol
namemunge 3950/tcp # Name Munging
namemunge 3950/udp # Name Munging
pwgippfax 3951/tcp # PWG IPP Facsimile
pwgippfax 3951/udp # PWG IPP Facsimile
i3-sessionmgr 3952/tcp # I3 Session Manager
i3-sessionmgr 3952/udp # I3 Session Manager
xmlink-connect 3953/tcp # Eydeas XMLink Connect
xmlink-connect 3953/udp # Eydeas XMLink Connect
adrep 3954/tcp # AD Replication RPC
adrep 3954/udp # AD Replication RPC
p2pcommunity 3955/tcp # p2pCommunity
p2pcommunity 3955/udp # p2pCommunity
gvcp 3956/tcp # GigE Vision Control
gvcp 3956/udp # GigE Vision Control
mqe-broker 3957/tcp # MQEnterprise Broker
mqe-broker 3957/udp # MQEnterprise Broker
mqe-agent 3958/tcp # MQEnterprise Agent
mqe-agent 3958/udp # MQEnterprise Agent
treehopper 3959/tcp # Tree Hopper Networking
treehopper 3959/udp # Tree Hopper Networking
bess 3960/tcp # Bess Peer Assessment
bess 3960/udp # Bess Peer Assessment
proaxess 3961/tcp # ProAxess Server
proaxess 3961/udp # ProAxess Server
sbi-agent 3962/tcp # SBI Agent Protocol
sbi-agent 3962/udp # SBI Agent Protocol
thrp 3963/tcp # Teran Hybrid Routing Protocol
thrp 3963/udp # Teran Hybrid Routing Protocol
sasggprs 3964/tcp # SASG GPRS
sasggprs 3964/udp # SASG GPRS
ati-ip-to-ncpe 3965/tcp # Avanti IP to NCPE API
ati-ip-to-ncpe 3965/udp # Avanti IP to NCPE API
bflckmgr 3966/tcp # BuildForge Lock Manager
bflckmgr 3966/udp # BuildForge Lock Manager
ppsms 3967/tcp # PPS Message Service
ppsms 3967/udp # PPS Message Service
ianywhere-dbns 3968/tcp # iAnywhere DBNS
ianywhere-dbns 3968/udp # iAnywhere DBNS
landmarks 3969/tcp # Landmark Messages
landmarks 3969/udp # Landmark Messages
cobraclient 3970/tcp # Cobra Client
cobraclient 3970/udp # Cobra Client
cobraserver 3971/tcp # Cobra Server
cobraserver 3971/udp # Cobra Server
iconp 3972/tcp # ict-control Protocol
iconp 3972/udp # ict-control Protocol
progistics 3973/tcp # ConnectShip Progistics
progistics 3973/udp # ConnectShip Progistics
citysearch 3974/tcp # Remote Applicant Tracking Service
citysearch 3974/udp # Remote Applicant Tracking Service
airshot 3975/tcp # Air Shot
airshot 3975/udp # Air Shot
mapper-nodemgr 3984/tcp # MAPPER network node manager
mapper-nodemgr 3984/udp # MAPPER network node manager
mapper-mapethd 3985/tcp # MAPPER TCP/IP server
mapper-mapethd 3985/udp # MAPPER TCP/IP server
mapper-ws_ethd 3986/tcp # MAPPER workstation server
mapper-ws_ethd 3986/udp # MAPPER workstation server
centerline 3987/tcp # Centerline
centerline 3987/udp # Centerline
dcs-config 3988/tcp # DCS Configuration Port
dcs-config 3988/udp # DCS Configuration Port
bv-queryengine 3989/tcp # BindView-Query Engine
bv-queryengine 3989/udp # BindView-Query Engine
bv-is 3990/tcp # BindView-IS
bv-is 3990/udp # BindView-IS
bv-smcsrv 3991/tcp # BindView-SMCServer
bv-smcsrv 3991/udp # BindView-SMCServer
bv-ds 3992/tcp # BindView-DirectoryServer
bv-ds 3992/udp # BindView-DirectoryServer
bv-agent 3993/tcp # BindView-Agent
bv-agent 3993/udp # BindView-Agent
iss-mgmt-ssl 3995/tcp # ISS Management Svcs SSL
iss-mgmt-ssl 3995/udp # ISS Management Svcs SSL
abcsoftware 3996/tcp # abcsoftware-01
abscoftware 3996/udp # abcsoftware-01
terabase 4000/tcp # Terabase
terabase 4000/udp # Terabase
newoak 4001/tcp # NewOak
newoak 4001/udp # NewOak
pxc-spvr-ft 4002/tcp # pxc-spvr-ft
pxc-spvr-ft 4002/udp # pxc-spvr-ft
pxc-splr-ft 4003/tcp # pxc-splr-ft
pxc-splr-ft 4003/udp # pxc-splr-ft
pxc-roid 4004/tcp # pxc-roid
pxc-roid 4004/udp # pxc-roid
pxc-pin 4005/tcp # pxc-pin
pxc-pin 4005/udp # pxc-pin
pxc-spvr 4006/tcp # pxc-spvr
pxc-spvr 4006/udp # pxc-spvr
pxc-splr 4007/tcp # pxc-splr
pxc-splr 4007/udp # pxc-splr
netcheque 4008/tcp # NetCheque accounting
netcheque 4008/udp # NetCheque accounting
chimera-hwm 4009/tcp # Chimera HWM
chimera-hwm 4009/udp # Chimera HWM
samsung-unidex 4010/tcp # Samsung Unidex
samsung-unidex 4010/udp # Samsung Unidex
pda-gate 4012/tcp # PDA Gate
pda-gate 4012/udp # PDA Gate
acl-manager 4013/tcp # ACL Manager
acl-manager 4013/udp # ACL Manager
taiclock 4014/tcp # TAICLOCK
taiclock 4014/udp # TAICLOCK
talarian-mcast1 4015/tcp # Talarian Mcast
talarian-mcast1 4015/udp # Talarian Mcast
talarian-mcast2 4016/tcp # Talarian Mcast
talarian-mcast2 4016/udp # Talarian Mcast
talarian-mcast3 4017/tcp # Talarian Mcast
talarian-mcast3 4017/udp # Talarian Mcast
talarian-mcast4 4018/tcp # Talarian Mcast
talarian-mcast4 4018/udp # Talarian Mcast
talarian-mcast5 4019/tcp # Talarian Mcast
talarian-mcast5 4019/udp # Talarian Mcast
trap 4020/tcp # TRAP Port
trap 4020/udp # TRAP Port
nexus-portal 4021/tcp # Nexus Portal
nexus-portal 4021/udp # Nexus Portal
dnox 4022/tcp # DNOX
dnox 4022/udp # DNOX
esnm-zoning 4023/tcp # ESNM Zoning Port
esnm-zoning 4023/udp # ESNM Zoning Port
tnp1-port 4024/tcp # TNP1 User Port
tnp1-port 4024/udp # TNP1 User Port
partimage 4025/tcp # Partition Image Port
partimage 4025/udp # Partition Image Port
as-debug 4026/tcp # Graphical Debug Server
as-debug 4026/udp # Graphical Debug Server
bxp 4027/tcp # bitxpress
bxp 4027/udp # bitxpress
dtserver-port 4028/tcp # DTServer Port
dtserver-port 4028/udp # DTServer Port
ip-qsig 4029/tcp # IP Q signaling protocol
ip-qsig 4029/udp # IP Q signaling protocol
jdmn-port 4030/tcp # Accell/JSP Daemon Port
jdmn-port 4030/udp # Accell/JSP Daemon Port
suucp 4031/tcp # UUCP over SSL
suucp 4031/udp # UUCP over SSL
vrts-auth-port 4032/tcp # VERITAS Authorization Service
vrts-auth-port 4032/udp # VERITAS Authorization Service
sanavigator 4033/tcp # SANavigator Peer Port
sanavigator 4033/udp # SANavigator Peer Port
ubxd 4034/tcp # Ubiquinox Daemon
ubxd 4034/udp # Ubiquinox Daemon
wap-push-http 4035/tcp # WAP Push OTA-HTTP port
wap-push-http 4035/udp # WAP Push OTA-HTTP port
wap-push-https 4036/tcp # WAP Push OTA-HTTP secure
wap-push-https 4036/udp # WAP Push OTA-HTTP secure
ravehd 4037/tcp # RaveHD network control
ravehd 4037/udp # RaveHD network control
yo-main 4040/tcp # Yo.net main service
yo-main 4040/udp # Yo.net main service
houston 4041/tcp # Rocketeer-Houston
houston 4041/udp # Rocketeer-Houston
ldxp 4042/tcp # LDXP
ldxp 4042/udp # LDXP
nirp 4043/tcp # Neighbour Identity Resolution
nirp 4043/udp # Neighbour Identity Resolution
ltp 4044/tcp # Location Tracking Protocol
ltp 4044/udp # Location Tracking Protocol
acp-proto 4046/tcp # Accounting Protocol
acp-proto 4046/udp # Accounting Protocol
ctp-state 4047/tcp # Context Transfer Protocol
ctp-state 4047/udp # Context Transfer Protocol
wafs 4049/tcp # Wide Area File Services
wafs 4049/udp # Wide Area File Services
cisco-wafs 4050/tcp # Wide Area File Services
cisco-wafs 4050/udp # Wide Area File Services
bre 4096/tcp # BRE (Bridge Relay Element)
bre 4096/udp # BRE (Bridge Relay Element)
patrolview 4097/tcp # Patrol View
patrolview 4097/udp # Patrol View
drmsfsd 4098/tcp # drmsfsd
drmsfsd 4098/udp # drmsfsd
dpcp 4099/tcp # DPCP
dpcp 4099/udp # DPCP
igo-incognito 4100/tcp # IGo Incognito Data Port
igo-incognito 4100/udp # IGo Incognito Data Port
xgrid 4111/tcp # Xgrid
xgrid 4111/udp # Xgrid
jomamqmonitor 4114/tcp # JomaMQMonitor
jomamqmonitor 4114/udp # JomaMQMonitor
nuts_dem 4132/tcp # NUTS Daemon
nuts_dem 4132/udp # NUTS Daemon
nuts_bootp 4133/tcp # NUTS Bootp Server
nuts_bootp 4133/udp # NUTS Bootp Server
nifty-hmi 4134/tcp # NIFTY-Serve HMI protocol
nifty-hmi 4134/udp # NIFTY-Serve HMI protocol
nettest 4138/tcp # nettest
nettest 4138/udp # nettest
oirtgsvc 4141/tcp # Workflow Server
oirtgsvc 4141/udp # Workflow Server
oidocsvc 4142/tcp # Document Server
oidocsvc 4142/udp # Document Server
oidsr 4143/tcp # Document Replication
oidsr 4143/udp # Document Replication
vvr-control 4145/tcp # VVR Control
vvr-control 4145/udp # VVR Control
atlinks 4154/tcp # atlinks device discovery
atlinks 4154/udp # atlinks device discovery
jini-discovery 4160/tcp # Jini Discovery
jini-discovery 4160/udp # Jini Discovery
omscontact 4161/tcp # OMS Contact
omscontact 4161/udp # OMS Contact
omstopology 4162/tcp # OMS Topology
omstopology 4162/udp # OMS Topology
eims-admin 4199/tcp # EIMS ADMIN
eims-admin 4199/udp # EIMS ADMIN
corelccam 4300/tcp # Corel CCam
corelccam 4300/udp # Corel CCam
unicall 4343/tcp # UNICALL
unicall 4343/udp # UNICALL
vinainstall 4344/tcp # VinaInstall
vinainstall 4344/udp # VinaInstall
m4-network-as 4345/tcp # Macro 4 Network AS
m4-network-as 4345/udp # Macro 4 Network AS
elanlm 4346/tcp # ELAN LM
elanlm 4346/udp # ELAN LM
lansurveyor 4347/tcp # LAN Surveyor
lansurveyor 4347/udp # LAN Surveyor
itose 4348/tcp # ITOSE
itose 4348/udp # ITOSE
fsportmap 4349/tcp # File System Port Map
fsportmap 4349/udp # File System Port Map
net-device 4350/tcp # Net Device
net-device 4350/udp # Net Device
plcy-net-svcs 4351/tcp # PLCY Net Services
plcy-net-svcs 4351/udp # PLCY Net Services
pjlink 4352/tcp # Projector Link
pjlink 4352/udp # Projector Link
f5-iquery 4353/tcp # F5 iQuery
f5-iquery 4353/udp # F5 iQuery
qsnet-trans 4354/tcp # QSNet Transmitter
qsnet-trans 4354/udp # QSNet Transmitter
qsnet-workst 4355/tcp # QSNet Workstation
qsnet-workst 4355/udp # QSNet Workstation
qsnet-assist 4356/tcp # QSNet Assistant
qsnet-assist 4356/udp # QSNet Assistant
qsnet-cond 4357/tcp # QSNet Conductor
qsnet-cond 4357/udp # QSNet Conductor
qsnet-nucl 4358/tcp # QSNet Nucleus
qsnet-nucl 4358/udp # QSNet Nucleus
epmd 4369/tcp # Erlang Port Mapper Daemon
epmd 4369/udp # Erlang Port Mapper Daemon
ds-srv 4400/tcp # ASIGRA Services
ds-srv 4400/udp # ASIGRA Services
ds-srvr 4401/tcp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-System Service
ds-srvr 4401/udp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-System Service
ds-clnt 4402/tcp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-Client Service
ds-clnt 4402/udp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-Client Service
ds-user 4403/tcp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-Client Monitoring/Management
ds-user 4403/udp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-Client Monitoring/Management
ds-admin 4404/tcp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-System Monitoring/Management
ds-admin 4404/udp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-System Monitoring/Management
ds-mail 4405/tcp # ASIGRA Televaulting Message Level Restore service
ds-mail 4405/udp # ASIGRA Televaulting Message Level Restore service
ds-slp 4406/tcp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-Sleeper Service
ds-slp 4406/udp # ASIGRA Televaulting DS-Sleeper Service
beacon-port-2 4426/tcp # SMARTS Beacon Port
beacon-port-2 4426/udp # SMARTS Beacon Port
saris 4442/tcp # Saris
saris 4442/udp # Saris
pharos 4443/tcp # Pharos
pharos 4443/udp # Pharos
upnotifyp 4445/tcp # UPNOTIFYP
upnotifyp 4445/udp # UPNOTIFYP
n1-fwp 4446/tcp # N1-FWP
n1-fwp 4446/udp # N1-FWP
n1-rmgmt 4447/tcp # N1-RMGMT
n1-rmgmt 4447/udp # N1-RMGMT
asc-slmd 4448/tcp # ASC Licence Manager
asc-slmd 4448/udp # ASC Licence Manager
privatewire 4449/tcp # PrivateWire
privatewire 4449/udp # PrivateWire
camp 4450/tcp # Camp
camp 4450/udp # Camp
ctisystemmsg 4451/tcp # CTI System Msg
ctisystemmsg 4451/udp # CTI System Msg
ctiprogramload 4452/tcp # CTI Program Load
ctiprogramload 4452/udp # CTI Program Load
nssalertmgr 4453/tcp # NSS Alert Manager
nssalertmgr 4453/udp # NSS Alert Manager
nssagentmgr 4454/tcp # NSS Agent Manager
nssagentmgr 4454/udp # NSS Agent Manager
prchat-user 4455/tcp # PR Chat User
prchat-user 4455/udp # PR Chat User
prchat-server 4456/tcp # PR Chat Server
prchat-server 4456/udp # PR Chat Server
prRegister 4457/tcp # PR Register
prRegister 4457/udp # PR Register
hpssmgmt 4484/tcp # hpssmgmt service
hpssmgmt 4484/udp # hpssmgmt service
ipsec-nat-t 4500/tcp # IPsec NAT-Traversal
ipsec-nat-t 4500/udp # IPsec NAT-Traversal
ehs 4535/tcp # Event Heap Server
ehs 4535/udp # Event Heap Server
ehs-ssl 4536/tcp # Event Heap Server SSL
ehs-ssl 4536/udp # Event Heap Server SSL
wssauthsvc 4537/tcp # WSS Security Service
wssauthsvc 4537/udp # WSS Security Service
worldscores 4545/tcp # WorldScores
worldscores 4545/udp # WorldScores
sf-lm 4546/tcp # SF License Manager (Sentinel)
sf-lm 4546/udp # SF License Manager (Sentinel)
lanner-lm 4547/tcp # Lanner License Manager
lanner-lm 4547/udp # Lanner License Manager
rsip 4555/tcp # RSIP Port
rsip 4555/udp # RSIP Port
tram 4567/tcp # TRAM
tram 4567/udp # TRAM
bmc-reporting 4568/tcp # BMC Reporting
bmc-reporting 4568/udp # BMC Reporting
iax 4569/tcp # Inter-Asterisk eXchange
iax 4569/udp # Inter-Asterisk eXchange
a16-an-an 4598/tcp # A16 (AN-AN)
a16-an-an 4598/udp # A16 (AN-AN)
piranha1 4600/tcp # Piranha1
piranha1 4600/udp # Piranha1
piranha2 4601/tcp # Piranha2
piranha2 4601/udp # Piranha2
playsta2-app 4658/tcp # PlayStation2 App Port
playsta2-app 4658/udp # PlayStation2 App Port
playsta2-lob 4659/tcp # PlayStation2 Lobby Port
playsta2-lob 4659/udp # PlayStation2 Lobby Port
smaclmgr 4660/tcp # smaclmgr
smaclmgr 4660/udp # smaclmgr
kar2ouche 4661/tcp # Kar2ouche Peer location service
kar2ouche 4661/udp # Kar2ouche Peer location service
oms 4662/tcp # OrbitNet Message Service
oms 4662/udp # OrbitNet Message Service
rfa 4672/tcp # remote file access server
rfa 4672/udp # remote file access server
cxws 4673/tcp # CXWS Operations
cxws 4673/udp # CXWS Operations
appiq-mgmt 4674/tcp # AppIQ Agent Management
appiq-mgmt 4674/udp # AppIQ Agent Management
dhct-status 4675/tcp # BIAP Device Status
dhct-status 4675/udp # BIAP Device Status
dhct-alerts 4676/tcp # BIAP Generic Alert
dhct-alerts 4676/udp # BIAP Generic Alert
bcs 4677/tcp # Business Continuity Servi
bcs 4677/udp # Business Continuity Servi
traversal 4678/tcp # boundary traversal
traversal 4678/udp # boundary traversal
mgesupervision 4679/tcp # MGE UPS Supervision
mgesupervision 4679/udp # MGE UPS Supervision
mgemanagement 4680/tcp # MGE UPS Management
mgemanagement 4680/udp # MGE UPS Management
parliant 4681/tcp # Parliant Telephony System
parliant 4681/udp # Parliant Telephony System
finisar 4682/tcp # finisar
finisar 4682/udp # finisar
spike 4683/tcp # Spike Clipboard Service
spike 4683/udp # Spike Clipboard Service
rfid-rp1 4684/tcp # RFID Reader Protocol 1.0
rfid-rp1 4684/udp # RFID Reader Protocol 1.0
autopac 4685/tcp # Autopac Protocol
autopac 4685/udp # Autopac Protocol
msp-os 4686/tcp # Manina Service Protocol
msp-os 4686/udp # Manina Service Protocol
nst 4687/tcp # Network Scanner Tool FTP
nst 4687/udp # Network Scanner Tool FTP
mobile-p2p 4688/tcp # Mobile P2P Service
mobile-p2p 4688/udp # Mobile P2P Service
altovacentral 4689/tcp # Altova DatabaseCentral
altovacentral 4689/udp # Altova DatabaseCentral
prelude 4690/tcp # Prelude IDS message proto
prelude 4690/udp # Prelude IDS message proto
monotone 4691/tcp # Monotone Network Protocol
monotone 4691/udp # Monotone Network Protocol
conspiracy 4692/tcp # Conspiracy messaging
conspiracy 4692/udp # Conspiracy messaging
ipdr-sp 4737/tcp # IPDR/SP
ipdr-sp 4737/udp # IPDR/SP
solera-lpn 4738/tcp # SoleraTec Locator
solera-lpn 4738/udp # SoleraTec Locator
ipfix 4739/tcp # IP Flow Info Export
ipfix 4739/udp # IP Flow Info Export
ssad 4750/tcp # Simple Service Auto Discovery
ssad 4750/udp # Simple Service Auto Discovery
spocp 4751/tcp # Simple Policy Control Protocol
spocp 4751/udp # Simple Policy Control Protocol
snap 4752/tcp # Simple Network Audio Protocol
snap 4752/udp # Simple Network Audio Protocol
iims 4800/tcp # Icona Instant Messenging System
iims 4800/udp # Icona Instant Messenging System
iwec 4801/tcp # Icona Web Embedded Chat
iwec 4801/udp # Icona Web Embedded Chat
ilss 4802/tcp # Icona License System Server
ilss 4802/udp # Icona License System Server
htcp 4827/tcp # HTCP
htcp 4827/udp # HTCP
varadero-0 4837/tcp # Varadero-0
varadero-0 4837/udp # Varadero-0
varadero-1 4838/tcp # Varadero-1
varadero-1 4838/udp # Varadero-1
varadero-2 4839/tcp # Varadero-2
varadero-2 4839/udp # Varadero-2
appserv-http 4848/tcp # App Server – Admin HTTP
appserv-http 4848/udp # App Server – Admin HTTP
appserv-https 4849/tcp # App Server – Admin HTTPS
appserv-https 4849/udp # App Server – Admin HTTPS
sun-as-nodeagt 4850/tcp # Sun App Server – NA
sun-as-nodeagt 4850/udp # Sun App Server – NA
phrelay 4868/tcp # Photon Relay
phrelay 4868/udp # Photon Relay
phrelaydbg 4869/tcp # Photon Relay Debug
phrelaydbg 4869/udp # Photon Relay Debug
cc-tracking 4870/tcp # Citcom Tracking Service
cc-tracking 4870/udp # Citcom Tracking Service
abbs 4885/tcp # ABBS
abbs 4885/udp # ABBS
lyskom 4894/tcp # LysKOM Protocol A
lyskom 4894/udp # LysKOM Protocol A
radmin-port 4899/tcp # RAdmin Port
radmin-port 4899/udp # RAdmin Port
munin 4949/tcp # Munin Graphing Framework
munin 4949/udp # Munin Graphing Framework
pwgwims 4951/tcp # PWG WIMS
pwgwims 4951/udp # PWG WIMS
smar-se-port1 4987/tcp # SMAR Ethernet Port 1
smar-se-port1 4987/udp # SMAR Ethernet Port 1
smar-se-port2 4988/tcp # SMAR Ethernet Port 2
smar-se-port2 4988/udp # SMAR Ethernet Port 2
parallel 4989/tcp # Parallel for GAUSS ™
parallel 4989/udp # Parallel for GAUSS ™
commplex-main 5000/tcp
commplex-main 5000/udp
commplex-link 5001/tcp
commplex-link 5001/udp
fmpro-internal 5003/tcp # FileMaker, Inc. – Proprietary transport
fmpro-internal 5003/udp # FileMaker, Inc. – Proprietary name binding
avt-profile-1 5004/tcp # avt-profile-1
avt-profile-1 5004/udp # avt-profile-1
avt-profile-2 5005/tcp # avt-profile-2
avt-profile-2 5005/udp # avt-profile-2
wsm-server 5006/tcp # wsm server
wsm-server 5006/udp # wsm server
wsm-server-ssl 5007/tcp # wsm server ssl
wsm-server-ssl 5007/udp # wsm server ssl
synapsis-edge 5008/tcp # Synapsis EDGE
synapsis-edge 5008/udp # Synapsis EDGE
telelpathstart 5010/tcp # TelepathStart
telelpathstart 5010/udp # TelepathStart
telelpathattack 5011/tcp # TelepathAttack
telelpathattack 5011/udp # TelepathAttack
zenginkyo-1 5020/tcp # zenginkyo-1
zenginkyo-1 5020/udp # zenginkyo-1
zenginkyo-2 5021/tcp # zenginkyo-2
zenginkyo-2 5021/udp # zenginkyo-2
mice 5022/tcp # mice server
mice 5022/udp # mice server
htuilsrv 5023/tcp # Htuil Server for PLD2
htuilsrv 5023/udp # Htuil Server for PLD2
scpi-telnet 5024/tcp # SCPI-TELNET
scpi-telnet 5024/udp # SCPI-TELNET
scpi-raw 5025/tcp # SCPI-RAW
scpi-raw 5025/udp # SCPI-RAW
strexec-d 5026/tcp # Storix I/O daemon (data)
strexec-d 5026/udp # Storix I/O daemon (data)
strexec-s 5027/tcp # Storix I/O daemon (stat)
strexec-s 5027/udp # Storix I/O daemon (stat)
asnaacceler8db 5042/tcp # asnaacceler8db
asnaacceler8db 5042/udp # asnaacceler8db
swxadmin 5043/tcp # ShopWorX Administration
swxadmin 5043/udp # ShopWorX Administration
lxi-evntsvc 5044/tcp # LXI Event Service
lxi-evntsvc 5044/udp # LXI Event Service
mmcc 5050/tcp # multimedia conference control tool
mmcc 5050/udp # multimedia conference control tool
ita-agent 5051/tcp # ITA Agent
ita-agent 5051/udp # ITA Agent
ita-manager 5052/tcp # ITA Manager
ita-manager 5052/udp # ITA Manager
unot 5055/tcp # UNOT
unot 5055/udp # UNOT
intecom-ps1 5056/tcp # Intecom PS 1
intecom-ps1 5056/udp # Intecom PS 1
intecom-ps2 5057/tcp # Intecom PS 2
intecom-ps2 5057/udp # Intecom PS 2
sip 5060/tcp # SIP
sip 5060/udp # SIP
sip-tls 5061/tcp # SIP-TLS
sip-tls 5061/udp # SIP-TLS
ca-1 5064/tcp # Channel Access 1
ca-1 5064/udp # Channel Access 1
ca-2 5065/tcp # Channel Access 2
ca-2 5065/udp # Channel Access 2
stanag-5066 5066/tcp # STANAG-5066-SUBNET-INTF
stanag-5066 5066/udp # STANAG-5066-SUBNET-INTF
authentx 5067/tcp # Authentx Service
authentx 5067/tcp # Authentx Service
i-net-2000-npr 5069/tcp # I/Net 2000-NPR
i-net-2000-npr 5069/udp # I/Net 2000-NPR
powerschool 5071/tcp # PowerSchool
powerschool 5071/udp # PowerSchool
ayiya 5072/tcp # Anything In Anything
ayiya 5072/udp # Anything In Anything
tag-pm 5073/tcp # Advantage Group Port Mgr
tag-pm 5073/udp # Advantage Group Port Mgr
alesquery 5074/tcp # ALES Query
alesquery 5074/udp # ALES Query
sdl-ets 5081/tcp # SDL – Ent Trans Server
sdl-ets 5081/udp # SDL – Ent Trans Server
car 5090/sctp # Candidate AR
cxtp 5091/sctp # Context Transfer Protocol
sentinel-lm 5093/tcp # Sentinel LM
sentinel-lm 5093/udp # Sentinel LM
sentlm-srv2srv 5099/tcp # SentLM Srv2Srv
sentlm-srv2srv 5099/udp # SentLM Srv2Srv
socalia 5100/tcp # Socalia service mux
socalia 5100/udp # Socalia service mux
talarian-tcp 5101/tcp # Talarian_TCP
talarian-udp 5101/udp # Talarian_UDP
oms-nonsecure 5102/tcp # Oracle OMS non-secure
oms-nonsecure 5102/udp # Oracle OMS non-secure
pm-cmdsvr 5112/tcp # PeerMe Msg Cmd Service
pm-cmdsvr 5112/udp # PeerMe Msg Cmd Service
nbt-pc 5133/tcp # Policy Commander
nbt-pc 5133/udp # Policy Commander
ctsd 5137/tcp # MyCTS server port
ctsd 5137/udp # MyCTS server port
rmonitor_secure 5145/tcp # RMONITOR SECURE
rmonitor_secure 5145/udp # RMONITOR SECURE
atmp 5150/tcp # Ascend Tunnel Management Protocol
atmp 5150/udp # Ascend Tunnel Management Protocol
esri_sde 5151/tcp # ESRI SDE Instance
esri_sde 5151/udp # ESRI SDE Remote Start
sde-discovery 5152/tcp # ESRI SDE Instance Discovery
sde-discovery 5152/udp # ESRI SDE Instance Discovery
bzflag 5154/tcp # BZFlag game server
bzflag 5154/udp # BZFlag game server
asctrl-agent 5155/tcp # Oracle asControl Agent
asctrl-agent 5155/udp # Oracle asControl Agent
ife_icorp 5165/tcp # ife_1corp
ife_icorp 5165/udp # ife_1corp
scte104 5167/tcp # SCTE104 Connection
scte104 5167/udp # SCTE104 Connection
scte30 5168/tcp # SCTE30 Connection
scte30 5168/udp # SCTE30 Connection
aol 5190/tcp # America-Online
aol 5190/udp # America-Online
aol-1 5191/tcp # AmericaOnline1
aol-1 5191/udp # AmericaOnline1
aol-2 5192/tcp # AmericaOnline2
aol-2 5192/udp # AmericaOnline2
aol-3 5193/tcp # AmericaOnline3
aol-3 5193/udp # AmericaOnline3
targus-getdata 5200/tcp # TARGUS GetData
targus-getdata 5200/udp # TARGUS GetData
targus-getdata1 5201/tcp # TARGUS GetData 1
targus-getdata1 5201/udp # TARGUS GetData 1
targus-getdata2 5202/tcp # TARGUS GetData 2
targus-getdata2 5202/udp # TARGUS GetData 2
targus-getdata3 5203/tcp # TARGUS GetData 3
targus-getdata3 5203/udp # TARGUS GetData 3
xmpp-client 5222/tcp # XMPP Client Connection
xmpp-client 5222/udp # XMPP Client Connection
hp-server 5225/tcp # HP Server
hp-server 5225/udp # HP Server
hp-status 5226/tcp # HP Status
hp-status 5226/udp # HP Status
eenet 5234/tcp # EEnet communications
eenet 5234/udp # EEnet communications
padl2sim 5236/tcp
padl2sim 5236/udp
igateway 5250/tcp # iGateway
igateway 5250/udp # iGateway
caevms 5251/tcp # CA eTrust VM Service
caevms 5251/udp # CA eTrust VM Service
movaz-ssc 5252/tcp # Movaz SSC
movaz-ssc 5252/udp # Movaz SSC
3com-njack-1 5264/tcp # 3Com Network Jack Port 1
3com-njack-1 5264/udp # 3Com Network Jack Port 1
3com-njack-2 5265/tcp # 3Com Network Jack Port 2
3com-njack-2 5265/udp # 3Com Network Jack Port 2
xmpp-server 5269/tcp # XMPP Server Connection
xmpp-server 5269/udp # XMPP Server Connection
pk 5272/tcp # PK
pk 5272/udp # PK
transmit-port 5282/tcp # Marimba Transmitter Port
transmit-port 5282/udp # Marimba Transmitter Port
hacl-hb 5300/tcp # HA cluster heartbeat
hacl-hb 5300/udp # HA cluster heartbeat
hacl-gs 5301/tcp # HA cluster general services
hacl-gs 5301/udp # HA cluster general services
hacl-cfg 5302/tcp # HA cluster configuration
hacl-cfg 5302/udp # HA cluster configuration
hacl-probe 5303/tcp # HA cluster probing
hacl-probe 5303/udp # HA cluster probing
hacl-local 5304/tcp # HA Cluster Commands
hacl-local 5304/udp # HA Cluster Commands
hacl-test 5305/tcp # HA Cluster Test
hacl-test 5305/udp # HA Cluster Test
sun-mc-grp 5306/tcp # Sun MC Group
sun-mc-grp 5306/udp # Sun MC Group
sco-aip 5307/tcp # SCO AIP
sco-aip 5307/udp # SCO AIP
jprinter 5309/tcp # J Printer
jprinter 5309/udp # J Printer
outlaws 5310/tcp # Outlaws
outlaws 5310/udp # Outlaws
permabit-cs 5312/tcp # Permabit Client-Server
permabit-cs 5312/udp # Permabit Client-Server
rrdp 5313/tcp # Real-time & Reliable Data
rrdp 5313/udp # Real-time & Reliable Data
opalis-rbt-ipc 5314/tcp # opalis-rbt-ipc
opalis-rbt-ipc 5314/udp # opalis-rbt-ipc
hacl-poll 5315/tcp # HA Cluster UDP Polling
hacl-poll 5315/udp # HA Cluster UDP Polling
kfserver 5343/tcp # Sculptor Database Server
kfserver 5343/udp # Sculptor Database Server
nat-pmp 5351/tcp # NAT Port Mapping Protocol
nat-pmp 5351/udp # NAT Port Mapping Protocol
dns-llq 5352/tcp # DNS Long-Lived Queries
dns-llq 5352/udp # DNS Long-Lived Queries
mdns 5353/tcp # Multicast DNS
mdns 5353/udp # Multicast DNS
ms-smlbiz 5356/tcp # Microsoft Small Business
ms-smlbiz 5356/udp # Microsoft Small Business
wsdapi 5357/tcp # Web Services for Devices
wsdapi 5357/udp # Web Services for Devices
wsdapi-s 5358/tcp # WS for Devices Secured
wsdapi-s 5358/udp # WS for Devices Secured
stresstester 5397/tcp # StressTester(tm) Injector
stresstester 5397/udp # StressTester(tm) Injector
elektron-admin 5398/tcp # Elektron Administration
elektron-admin 5398/udp # Elektron Administration
securitychase 5399/tcp # SecurityChase
securitychase 5399/udp # SecurityChase
excerpt 5400/tcp # Excerpt Search
excerpt 5400/udp # Excerpt Search
excerpts 5401/tcp # Excerpt Search Secure
excerpts 5401/udp # Excerpt Search Secure
hpoms-ci-lstn 5403/tcp # HPOMS-CI-LSTN
hpoms-ci-lstn 5403/udp # HPOMS-CI-LSTN
hpoms-dps-lstn 5404/tcp # HPOMS-DPS-LSTN
hpoms-dps-lstn 5404/udp # HPOMS-DPS-LSTN
netsupport 5405/tcp # NetSupport
netsupport 5405/udp # NetSupport
systemics-sox 5406/tcp # Systemics Sox
systemics-sox 5406/udp # Systemics Sox
foresyte-clear 5407/tcp # Foresyte-Clear
foresyte-clear 5407/udp # Foresyte-Clear
foresyte-sec 5408/tcp # Foresyte-Sec
foresyte-sec 5408/udp # Foresyte-Sec
salient-dtasrv 5409/tcp # Salient Data Server
salient-dtasrv 5409/udp # Salient Data Server
salient-usrmgr 5410/tcp # Salient User Manager
salient-usrmgr 5410/udp # Salient User Manager
actnet 5411/tcp # ActNet
actnet 5411/udp # ActNet
continuus 5412/tcp # Continuus
continuus 5412/udp # Continuus
wwiotalk 5413/tcp # WWIOTALK
wwiotalk 5413/udp # WWIOTALK
statusd 5414/tcp # StatusD
statusd 5414/udp # StatusD
ns-server 5415/tcp # NS Server
ns-server 5415/udp # NS Server
sns-gateway 5416/tcp # SNS Gateway
sns-gateway 5416/udp # SNS Gateway
sns-agent 5417/tcp # SNS Agent
sns-agent 5417/udp # SNS Agent
mcntp 5418/tcp # MCNTP
mcntp 5418/udp # MCNTP
dj-ice 5419/tcp # DJ-ICE
dj-ice 5419/udp # DJ-ICE
cylink-c 5420/tcp # Cylink-C
cylink-c 5420/udp # Cylink-C
netsupport2 5421/tcp # Net Support 2
netsupport2 5421/udp # Net Support 2
salient-mux 5422/tcp # Salient MUX
salient-mux 5422/udp # Salient MUX
virtualuser 5423/tcp # VIRTUALUSER
virtualuser 5423/udp # VIRTUALUSER
beyond-remote 5424/tcp # Beyond Remote
beyond-remote 5424/udp # Beyond Remote
br-channel 5425/tcp # Beyond Remote Command Channel
br-channel 5425/udp # Beyond Remote Command Channel
devbasic 5426/tcp # DEVBASIC
devbasic 5426/udp # DEVBASIC
sco-peer-tta 5427/tcp # SCO-PEER-TTA
sco-peer-tta 5427/udp # SCO-PEER-TTA
telaconsole 5428/tcp # TELACONSOLE
telaconsole 5428/udp # TELACONSOLE
base 5429/tcp # Billing and Accounting System Exchange
base 5429/udp # Billing and Accounting System Exchange
radec-corp 5430/tcp # RADEC CORP
radec-corp 5430/udp # RADEC CORP
park-agent 5431/tcp # PARK AGENT
park-agent 5431/udp # PARK AGENT
pyrrho 5433/tcp # Pyrrho DBMS
pyrrho 5433/udp # Pyrrho DBMS
sgi-arrayd 5434/tcp # SGI Array Services Daemon
sgi-arrayd 5434/udp # SGI Array Services Daemon
dttl 5435/tcp # Data Tunneling Transceiver Linking (DTTL)
dttl 5435/udp # Data Tunneling Transceiver Linking (DTTL)
surebox 5453/tcp # SureBox
surebox 5453/udp # SureBox
apc-5454 5454/tcp # APC 5454
apc-5454 5454/udp # APC 5454
apc-5455 5455/tcp # APC 5455
apc-5455 5455/udp # APC 5455
apc-5456 5456/tcp # APC 5456
apc-5456 5456/udp # APC 5456
silkmeter 5461/tcp # SILKMETER
silkmeter 5461/udp # SILKMETER
ttl-publisher 5462/tcp # TTL Publisher
ttl-publisher 5462/udp # TTL Publisher
ttlpriceproxy 5463/tcp # TTL Price Proxy
ttlpriceproxy 5463/udp # TTL Price Proxy
netops-broker 5465/tcp # NETOPS-BROKER
netops-broker 5465/udp # NETOPS-BROKER
fcp-addr-srvr1 5500/tcp # fcp-addr-srvr1
fcp-addr-srvr1 5500/udp # fcp-addr-srvr1
fcp-addr-srvr2 5501/tcp # fcp-addr-srvr2
fcp-addr-srvr2 5501/udp # fcp-addr-srvr2
fcp-srvr-inst1 5502/tcp # fcp-srvr-inst1
fcp-srvr-inst1 5502/udp # fcp-srvr-inst1
fcp-srvr-inst2 5503/tcp # fcp-srvr-inst2
fcp-srvr-inst2 5503/udp # fcp-srvr-inst2
fcp-cics-gw1 5504/tcp # fcp-cics-gw1
fcp-cics-gw1 5504/udp # fcp-cics-gw1
sgi-eventmond 5553/tcp # SGI Eventmond Port
sgi-eventmond 5553/udp # SGI Eventmond Port
sgi-esphttp 5554/tcp # SGI ESP HTTP
sgi-esphttp 5554/udp # SGI ESP HTTP
personal-agent 5555/tcp # Personal Agent
personal-agent 5555/udp # Personal Agent
udpplus 5566/tcp # UDPPlus
udpplus 5566/udp # UDPPlus
emware-moap 5567/tcp # emWare Multicast OAP
emware-moap 5567/udp # emWare Multicast OAP
bis-web 5584/tcp # BeInSync-Web
bis-web 5584/udp # BeInSync-Web
bis-sync 5585/tcp # BeInSync-sync
bis-sync 5585/udp # BeInSync-sync
esinstall 5599/tcp # Enterprise Security Remote Install
esinstall 5599/udp # Enterprise Security Remote Install
esmmanager 5600/tcp # Enterprise Security Manager
esmmanager 5600/udp # Enterprise Security Manager
esmagent 5601/tcp # Enterprise Security Agent
esmagent 5601/udp # Enterprise Security Agent
a1-msc 5602/tcp # A1-MSC
a1-msc 5602/udp # A1-MSC
a1-bs 5603/tcp # A1-BS
a1-bs 5603/udp # A1-BS
a3-sdunode 5604/tcp # A3-SDUNode
a3-sdunode 5604/udp # A3-SDUNode
a4-sdunode 5605/tcp # A4-SDUNode
a4-sdunode 5605/udp # A4-SDUNode
pcanywheredata 5631/tcp # pcANYWHEREdata
pcanywheredata 5631/udp # pcANYWHEREdata
pcanywherestat 5632/tcp # pcANYWHEREstat
pcanywherestat 5632/udp # pcANYWHEREstat
amqp 5672/tcp # AMQP
amqp 5672/udp # AMQP
jms 5673/tcp # JACL Message Server
jms 5673/udp # JACL Message Server
hyperscsi-port 5674/tcp # HyperSCSI Port
hyperscsi-port 5674/udp # HyperSCSI Port
v5ua 5675/tcp # V5UA application port
v5ua 5675/udp # V5UA application port
v5ua 5675/sctp # V5UA application port
raadmin 5676/tcp # RA Administration
raadmin 5676/udp # RA Administration
questdb2-lnchr 5677/tcp # Quest Central DB2 Launchr
questdb2-lnchr 5677/udp # Quest Central DB2 Launchr
rrac 5678/tcp # Remote Replication Agent Connection
rrac 5678/udp # Remote Replication Agent Connection
dccm 5679/tcp # Direct Cable Connect Manager
dccm 5679/udp # Direct Cable Connect Manager
ggz 5688/tcp # GGZ Gaming Zone
ggz 5688/udp # GGZ Gaming Zone
proshareaudio 5713/tcp # proshare conf audio
proshareaudio 5713/udp # proshare conf audio
prosharevideo 5714/tcp # proshare conf video
prosharevideo 5714/udp # proshare conf video
prosharedata 5715/tcp # proshare conf data
prosharedata 5715/udp # proshare conf data
prosharerequest 5716/tcp # proshare conf request
prosharerequest 5716/udp # proshare conf request
prosharenotify 5717/tcp # proshare conf notify
prosharenotify 5717/udp # proshare conf notify
ms-licensing 5720/tcp # MS-Licensing
ms-licensing 5720/udp # MS-Licensing
dtpt 5721/tcp # Desktop Passthru Service
dtpt 5721/udp # Desktop Passthru Service
openmail 5729/tcp # Openmail User Agent Layer
openmail 5729/udp # Openmail User Agent Layer
unieng 5730/tcp # Steltor’s calendar access
unieng 5730/udp # Steltor’s calendar access
ida-discover1 5741/tcp # IDA Discover Port 1
ida-discover1 5741/udp # IDA Discover Port 1
ida-discover2 5742/tcp # IDA Discover Port 2
ida-discover2 5742/udp # IDA Discover Port 2
watchdoc-pod 5743/tcp # Watchdoc NetPOD Protocol
watchdoc-pod 5743/udp # Watchdoc NetPOD Protocol
watchdoc 5744/tcp # Watchdoc Server
watchdoc 5744/udp # Watchdoc Server
fcopy-server 5745/tcp # fcopy-server
fcopy-server 5745/udp # fcopy-server
fcopys-server 5746/tcp # fcopys-server
fcopys-server 5746/udp # fcopys-server
tunatic 5747/tcp # Wildbits Tunatic
tunatic 5747/udp # Wildbits Tunatic
tunalyzer 5748/tcp # Wildbits Tunalyzer
tunalyzer 5748/udp # Wildbits Tunalyzer
openmailg 5755/tcp # OpenMail Desk Gateway server
openmailg 5755/udp # OpenMail Desk Gateway server
x500ms 5757/tcp # OpenMail X.500 Directory Server
x500ms 5757/udp # OpenMail X.500 Directory Server
openmailns 5766/tcp # OpenMail NewMail Server
openmailns 5766/udp # OpenMail NewMail Server
s-openmail 5767/tcp # OpenMail Suer Agent Layer (Secure)
s-openmail 5767/udp # OpenMail Suer Agent Layer (Secure)
openmailpxy 5768/tcp # OpenMail CMTS Server
openmailpxy 5768/udp # OpenMail CMTS Server
netagent 5771/tcp # NetAgent
netagent 5771/udp # NetAgent
dali-port 5777/tcp # DALI Port
dali-port 5777/udp # DALI Port
icmpd 5813/tcp # ICMPD
icmpd 5813/udp # ICMPD
spt-automation 5814/tcp # Support Automation
spt-automation 5814/udp # Support Automation
icpp 5815/tcp # IceWall Cert Protocol
icpp 5815/udp # IceWall Cert Protocol
wherehoo 5859/tcp # WHEREHOO
wherehoo 5859/udp # WHEREHOO
indy 5963/tcp # Indy Application Server
indy 5963/udp # Indy Application Server
mppolicy-v5 5968/tcp # mppolicy-v5
mppolicy-v5 5968/udp # mppolicy-v5
mppolicy-mgr 5969/tcp # mppolicy-mgr
mppolicy-mgr 5969/udp # mppolicy-mgr
wbem-rmi 5987/tcp # WBEM RMI
wbem-rmi 5987/udp # WBEM RMI
wbem-http 5988/tcp # WBEM HTTP
wbem-http 5988/udp # WBEM HTTP
wbem-https 5989/tcp # WBEM HTTPS
wbem-https 5989/udp # WBEM HTTPS
wbem-exp-https 5990/tcp # WBEM Export HTTPS
wbem-exp-https 5990/udp # WBEM Export HTTPS
nuxsl 5991/tcp # NUXSL
nuxsl 5991/udp # NUXSL
consul-insight 5992/tcp # Consul InSight Security
consul-insight 5992/udp # Consul InSight Security
ndl-ahp-svc 6064/tcp # NDL-AHP-SVC
ndl-ahp-svc 6064/udp # NDL-AHP-SVC
winpharaoh 6065/tcp # WinPharaoh
winpharaoh 6065/udp # WinPharaoh
ewctsp 6066/tcp # EWCTSP
ewctsp 6066/udp # EWCTSP
srb 6067/tcp # SRB
srb 6067/udp # SRB
gsmp 6068/tcp # GSMP
gsmp 6068/udp # GSMP
trip 6069/tcp # TRIP
trip 6069/udp # TRIP
messageasap 6070/tcp # Messageasap
messageasap 6070/udp # Messageasap
ssdtp 6071/tcp # SSDTP
ssdtp 6071/udp # SSDTP
diagnose-proc 6072/tcp # DIAGNOSE-PROC
diagnose-proc 6072/udp # DIAGNOSE-PROC
directplay8 6073/tcp # DirectPlay8
directplay8 6073/udp # DirectPlay8
konspire2b 6085/tcp # konspire2b p2p network
konspire2b 6085/udp # konspire2b p2p network
synchronet-db 6100/tcp # SynchroNet-db
synchronet-db 6100/udp # SynchroNet-db
synchronet-rtc 6101/tcp # SynchroNet-rtc
synchronet-rtc 6101/udp # SynchroNet-rtc
synchronet-upd 6102/tcp # SynchroNet-upd
synchronet-upd 6102/udp # SynchroNet-upd
rets 6103/tcp # RETS
rets 6103/udp # RETS
dbdb 6104/tcp # DBDB
dbdb 6104/udp # DBDB
primaserver 6105/tcp # Prima Server
primaserver 6105/udp # Prima Server
mpsserver 6106/tcp # MPS Server
mpsserver 6106/udp # MPS Server
etc-control 6107/tcp # ETC Control
etc-control 6107/udp # ETC Control
sercomm-scadmin 6108/tcp # Sercomm-SCAdmin
sercomm-scadmin 6108/udp # Sercomm-SCAdmin
globecast-id 6109/tcp # GLOBECAST-ID
globecast-id 6109/udp # GLOBECAST-ID
softcm 6110/tcp # HP SoftBench CM
softcm 6110/udp # HP SoftBench CM
spc 6111/tcp # HP SoftBench Sub-Process Control
spc 6111/udp # HP SoftBench Sub-Process Control
dtspcd 6112/tcp # dtspcd
dtspcd 6112/udp # dtspcd
bex-webadmin 6122/tcp # Backup Express Web Server
bex-webadmin 6122/udp # Backup Express Web Server
backup-express 6123/tcp # Backup Express
backup-express 6123/udp # Backup Express
nbt-wol 6133/tcp # New Boundary Tech WOL
nbt-wol 6133/udp # New Boundary Tech WOL
meta-corp 6141/tcp # Meta Corporation License Manager
meta-corp 6141/udp # Meta Corporation License Manager
aspentec-lm 6142/tcp # Aspen Technology License Manager
aspentec-lm 6142/udp # Aspen Technology License Manager
watershed-lm 6143/tcp # Watershed License Manager
watershed-lm 6143/udp # Watershed License Manager
statsci1-lm 6144/tcp # StatSci License Manager – 1
statsci1-lm 6144/udp # StatSci License Manager – 1
statsci2-lm 6145/tcp # StatSci License Manager – 2
statsci2-lm 6145/udp # StatSci License Manager – 2
lonewolf-lm 6146/tcp # Lone Wolf Systems License Manager
lonewolf-lm 6146/udp # Lone Wolf Systems License Manager
montage-lm 6147/tcp # Montage License Manager
montage-lm 6147/udp # Montage License Manager
tal-pod 6149/tcp # tal-pod
tal-pod 6149/udp # tal-pod
patrol-ism 6161/tcp # PATROL Internet Srv Mgr
patrol-ism 6161/udp # PATROL Internet Srv Mgr
patrol-coll 6162/tcp # PATROL Collector
patrol-coll 6162/udp # PATROL Collector
pscribe 6163/tcp # Precision Scribe Cnx Port
pscribe 6163/udp # Precision Scribe Cnx Port
crip 6253/tcp # CRIP
crip 6253/udp # CRIP
bmc-grx 6300/tcp # BMC GRX
bmc-grx 6300/udp # BMC GRX
emp-server1 6321/tcp # Empress Software Connectivity Server 1
emp-server1 6321/udp # Empress Software Connectivity Server 1
emp-server2 6322/tcp # Empress Software Connectivity Server 2
emp-server2 6322/udp # Empress Software Connectivity Server 2
sflow 6343/tcp # sFlow traffic monitoring
sflow 6343/udp # sFlow traffic monitoring
gnutella-svc 6346/tcp # gnutella-svc
gnutella-svc 6346/udp # gnutella-svc
gnutella-rtr 6347/tcp # gnutella-rtr
gnutella-rtr 6347/udp # gnutella-rtr
metatude-mds 6382/tcp # Metatude Dialogue Server
metatude-mds 6382/udp # Metatude Dialogue Server
clariion-evr01 6389/tcp # clariion-evr01
clariion-evr01 6389/udp # clariion-evr01
skip-cert-recv 6455/tcp # SKIP Certificate Receive
skip-cert-send 6456/tcp # SKIP Certificate Send
lvision-lm 6471/tcp # LVision License Manager
lvision-lm 6471/udp # LVision License Manager
boks 6500/tcp # BoKS Master
boks 6500/udp # BoKS Master
boks_servc 6501/tcp # BoKS Servc
boks_servc 6501/udp # BoKS Servc
boks_servm 6502/tcp # BoKS Servm
boks_servm 6502/udp # BoKS Servm
boks_clntd 6503/tcp # BoKS Clntd
boks_clntd 6503/udp # BoKS Clntd
badm_priv 6505/tcp # BoKS Admin Private Port
badm_priv 6505/udp # BoKS Admin Private Port
badm_pub 6506/tcp # BoKS Admin Public Port
badm_pub 6506/udp # BoKS Admin Public Port
bdir_priv 6507/tcp # BoKS Dir Server, Private Port
bdir_priv 6507/udp # BoKS Dir Server, Private Port
bdir_pub 6508/tcp # BoKS Dir Server, Public Port
bdir_pub 6508/udp # BoKS Dir Server, Public Port
mgcs-mfp-port 6509/tcp # MGCS-MFP Port
mgcs-mfp-port 6509/udp # MGCS-MFP Port
mcer-port 6510/tcp # MCER Port
mcer-port 6510/udp # MCER Port
lds-distrib 6543/tcp # lds_distrib
lds-distrib 6543/udp # lds_distrib
apc-6547 6547/tcp # APC 6547
apc-6547 6547/udp # APC 6547
apc-6548 6548/tcp # APC 6548
apc-6548 6548/udp # APC 6548
apc-6549 6549/tcp # APC 6549
apc-6549 6549/udp # APC 6549
fg-sysupdate 6550/tcp # fg-sysupdate
fg-sysupdate 6550/udp # fg-sysupdate
xdsxdm 6558/tcp
xdsxdm 6558/udp
sane-port 6566/tcp # SANE Control Port
sane-port 6566/udp # SANE Control Port
affiliate 6579/tcp # Affiliate
affiliate 6579/udp # Affiliate
parsec-master 6580/tcp # Parsec Masterserver
parsec-master 6580/udp # Parsec Masterserver
parsec-peer 6581/tcp # Parsec Peer-to-Peer
parsec-peer 6581/udp # Parsec Peer-to-Peer
parsec-game 6582/tcp # Parsec Gameserver
parsec-game 6582/udp # Parsec Gameserver
joaJewelSuite 6583/tcp # JOA Jewel Suite
joaJewelSuite 6583/udp # JOA Jewel Suite
kftp-data 6620/tcp # Kerberos V5 FTP Data
kftp-data 6620/udp # Kerberos V5 FTP Data
kftp 6621/tcp # Kerberos V5 FTP Control
kftp 6621/udp # Kerberos V5 FTP Control
ktelnet 6623/tcp # Kerberos V5 Telnet
ktelnet 6623/udp # Kerberos V5 Telnet
nexgen 6627/tcp # Allied Electronics NeXGen
nexgen 6627/udp # Allied Electronics NeXGen
afesc-mc 6628/tcp # AFE Stock Channel M/C
afesc-mc 6628/udp # AFE Stock Channel M/C
vocaltec-gold 6670/tcp # Vocaltec Global Online Directory
vocaltec-gold 6670/udp # Vocaltec Global Online Directory
vision_server 6672/tcp # vision_server
vision_server 6672/udp # vision_server
vision_elmd 6673/tcp # vision_elmd
vision_elmd 6673/udp # vision_elmd
kti-icad-srvr 6701/tcp # KTI/ICAD Nameserver
kti-icad-srvr 6701/udp # KTI/ICAD Nameserver
ibprotocol 6714/tcp # Internet Backplane Protocol
ibprotocol 6714/udp # Internet Backplane Protocol
fibotrader-com 6715/tcp # Fibotrader Communications
fibotrader-com 6715/udp # Fibotrader Communications
bmc-perf-agent 6767/tcp # BMC PERFORM AGENT
bmc-perf-agent 6767/udp # BMC PERFORM AGENT
bmc-perf-mgrd 6768/tcp # BMC PERFORM MGRD
bmc-perf-mgrd 6768/udp # BMC PERFORM MGRD
adi-gxp-srvprt 6769/tcp # ADInstruments GxP Server
adi-gxp-srvprt 6769/udp # ADInstruments GxP Server
plysrv-http 6770/tcp # PolyServe http
plysrv-http 6770/udp # PolyServe http
plysrv-https 6771/tcp # PolyServe https
plysrv-https 6771/udp # PolyServe https
smc-jmx 6786/tcp # Sun Java Web Console JMX
smc-jmx 6786/udp # Sun Java Web Console JMX
smc-admin 6787/tcp # Sun Web Console Admin
smc-admin 6787/udp # Sun Web Console Admin
smc-http 6788/tcp # SMC-HTTP
smc-http 6788/udp # SMC-HTTP
smc-https 6789/tcp # SMC-HTTPS
smc-https 6789/udp # SMC-HTTPS
hnmp 6790/tcp # HNMP
hnmp 6790/udp # HNMP
hnm 6791/tcp # Halcyon Network Manager
hnm 6791/udp # Halcyon Network Manager
ambit-lm 6831/tcp # ambit-lm
ambit-lm 6831/udp # ambit-lm
netmo-default 6841/tcp # Netmo Default
netmo-default 6841/udp # Netmo Default
netmo-http 6842/tcp # Netmo HTTP
netmo-http 6842/udp # Netmo HTTP
iccrushmore 6850/tcp # ICCRUSHMORE
iccrushmore 6850/udp # ICCRUSHMORE
muse 6888/tcp # MUSE
muse 6888/udp # MUSE
bioserver 6946/tcp # Biometrics Server
bioserver 6946/udp # Biometrics Server
jmact3 6961/tcp # JMACT3
jmact3 6961/udp # JMACT3
jmevt2 6962/tcp # jmevt2
jmevt2 6962/udp # jmevt2
swismgr1 6963/tcp # swismgr1
swismgr1 6963/udp # swismgr1
swismgr2 6964/tcp # swismgr2
swismgr2 6964/udp # swismgr2
swistrap 6965/tcp # swistrap
swistrap 6965/udp # swistrap
swispol 6966/tcp # swispol
swispol 6966/udp # swispol
acmsoda 6969/tcp # acmsoda
acmsoda 6969/udp # acmsoda
iatp-highpri 6998/tcp # IATP-highPri
iatp-highpri 6998/udp # IATP-highPri
iatp-normalpri 6999/tcp # IATP-normalPri
iatp-normalpri 6999/udp # IATP-normalPri
ups-onlinet 7010/tcp # onlinet uninterruptable power supplies
ups-onlinet 7010/udp # onlinet uninterruptable power supplies
talon-disc 7011/tcp # Talon Discovery Port
talon-disc 7011/udp # Talon Discovery Port
talon-engine 7012/tcp # Talon Engine
talon-engine 7012/udp # Talon Engine
microtalon-dis 7013/tcp # Microtalon Discovery
microtalon-dis 7013/udp # Microtalon Discovery
microtalon-com 7014/tcp # Microtalon Communications
microtalon-com 7014/udp # Microtalon Communications
talon-webserver 7015/tcp # Talon Webserver
talon-webserver 7015/udp # Talon Webserver
dpserve 7020/tcp # DP Serve
dpserve 7020/udp # DP Serve
dpserveadmin 7021/tcp # DP Serve Admin
dpserveadmin 7021/udp # DP Serve Admin
ctdp 7022/tcp # CT Discovery Protocol
ctdp 7022/udp # CT Discovery Protocol
ct2nmcs 7023/tcp # Comtech T2 NMCS
ct2nmcs 7023/udp # Comtech T2 NMCS
vmsvc 7024/tcp # Vormetric service
vmsvc 7024/udp # Vormetric service
vmsvc-2 7025/tcp # Vormetric Service II
vmsvc-2 7025/udp # Vormetric Service II
op-probe 7030/tcp # ObjectPlanet probe
op-probe 7030/udp # ObjectPlanet probe
arcp 7070/tcp # ARCP
arcp 7070/udp # ARCP
lazy-ptop 7099/tcp # lazy-ptop
lazy-ptop 7099/udp # lazy-ptop
virprot-lm 7121/tcp # Virtual Prototypes License Manager
virprot-lm 7121/udp # Virtual Prototypes License Manager
cabsm-comm 7161/tcp # CA BSM Comm
cabsm-comm 7161/udp # CA BSM Comm
caistoragemgr 7162/tcp # CA Storage Manager
caistoragemgr 7162/udp # CA Storage Manager
cacsambroker 7163/tcp # CA Connection Broker
cacsambroker 7163/udp # CA Connection Broker
clutild 7174/tcp # Clutild
clutild 7174/udp # Clutild
fodms 7200/tcp # FODMS FLIP
fodms 7200/udp # FODMS FLIP
dlip 7201/tcp # DLIP
dlip 7201/udp # DLIP
ramp 7227/tcp # Registry A & M Protocol
ramp 7227/udp # Registry A $ M Protocol
watchme-7272 7272/tcp # WatchMe Monitoring 7272
watchme-7272 7272/udp # WatchMe Monitoring 7272
oma-rlp 7273/tcp # OMA Roaming Location
oma-rlp 7273/udp # OMA Roaming Location
oma-rlp-s 7274/tcp # OMA Roaming Location SEC
oma-rlp-s 7274/udp # OMA Roaming Location SEC
itactionserver1 7280/tcp # ITACTIONSERVER 1
itactionserver1 7280/udp # ITACTIONSERVER 1
itactionserver2 7281/tcp # ITACTIONSERVER 2
itactionserver2 7281/udp # ITACTIONSERVER 2
mindfilesys 7391/tcp # mind-file system server
mindfilesys 7391/udp # mind-file system server
mrssrendezvous 7392/tcp # mrss-rendezvous server
mrssrendezvous 7392/udp # mrss-rendezvous server
winqedit 7395/tcp # winqedit
winqedit 7395/udp # winqedit
hexarc 7397/tcp # Hexarc Command Language
hexarc 7397/udp # Hexarc Command Language
rtps-discovery 7400/tcp # RTPS Discovery
rtps-discovery 7400/udp # RTPS Discovery
rtps-dd-ut 7401/tcp # RTPS Data-Distribution User-Traffic
rtps-dd-ut 7401/udp # RTPS Data-Distribution User-Traffic
rtps-dd-mt 7402/tcp # RTPS Data-Distribution Meta-Traffic
rtps-dd-mt 7402/udp # RTPS Data-Distribution Meta-Traffic
mtportmon 7421/tcp # Matisse Port Monitor
mtportmon 7421/udp # Matisse Port Monitor
pmdmgr 7426/tcp # OpenView DM Postmaster Manager
pmdmgr 7426/udp # OpenView DM Postmaster Manager
oveadmgr 7427/tcp # OpenView DM Event Agent Manager
oveadmgr 7427/udp # OpenView DM Event Agent Manager
ovladmgr 7428/tcp # OpenView DM Log Agent Manager
ovladmgr 7428/udp # OpenView DM Log Agent Manager
opi-sock 7429/tcp # OpenView DM rqt communication
opi-sock 7429/udp # OpenView DM rqt communication
xmpv7 7430/tcp # OpenView DM xmpv7 api pipe
xmpv7 7430/udp # OpenView DM xmpv7 api pipe
pmd 7431/tcp # OpenView DM ovc/xmpv3 api pipe
pmd 7431/udp # OpenView DM ovc/xmpv3 api pipe
faximum 7437/tcp # Faximum
faximum 7437/udp # Faximum
telops-lmd 7491/tcp # telops-lmd
telops-lmd 7491/udp # telops-lmd
silhouette 7500/tcp # Silhouette User
silhouette 7500/udp # Silhouette User
ovbus 7501/tcp # HP OpenView Bus Daemon
ovbus 7501/udp # HP OpenView Bus Daemon
ovhpas 7510/tcp # HP OpenView Application Server
ovhpas 7510/udp # HP OpenView Application Server
pafec-lm 7511/tcp # pafec-lm
pafec-lm 7511/udp # pafec-lm
atul 7543/tcp # atul server
atul 7543/udp # atul server
nta-ds 7544/tcp # FlowAnalyzer DisplayServer
nta-ds 7544/udp # FlowAnalyzer DisplayServer
nta-us 7545/tcp # FlowAnalyzer UtilityServer
nta-us 7545/udp # FlowAnalyzer UtilityServer
cfs 7546/tcp # Cisco Fabric service
cfs 7546/udp # Cisco Fabric service
cwmp 7547/tcp # DSL Forum CWMP
cwmp 7547/udp # DSL Forum CWMP
sncp 7560/tcp # Sniffer Command Protocol
sncp 7560/udp # Sniffer Command Protocol
vsi-omega 7566/tcp # VSI Omega
vsi-omega 7566/udp # VSI Omega
aries-kfinder 7570/tcp # Aries Kfinder
aries-kfinder 7570/udp # Aries Kfinder
sun-lm 7588/tcp # Sun License Manager
sun-lm 7588/udp # Sun License Manager
indi 7624/tcp # Instrument Neutral Distributed Interface
indi 7624/udp # Instrument Neutral Distributed Interface
simco 7626/tcp # SImple Middlebox COnfiguration (SIMCO) Server
simco 7626/udp # SImple Middlebox COnfiguration (SIMCO) Server
soap-http 7627/tcp # SOAP Service Port
soap-http 7627/udp # SOAP Service Port
pmdfmgt 7633/tcp # PMDF Management
pmdfmgt 7633/udp # PMDF Management
imqtunnels 7674/tcp # iMQ SSL tunnel
imqtunnels 7674/udp # iMQ SSL tunnel
imqtunnel 7675/tcp # iMQ Tunnel
imqtunnel 7675/udp # iMQ Tunnel
imqbrokerd 7676/tcp # iMQ Broker Rendezvous
imqbrokerd 7676/udp # iMQ Broker Rendezvous
sun-user-https 7677/tcp # Sun App Server – HTTPS
sun-user-https 7677/udp # Sun App Server – HTTPS
klio 7697/tcp # KLIO communications
klio 7697/udp # KLIO communications
sync-em7 7707/tcp # EM7 Dynamic Updates
sync-em7 7707/udp # EM7 Dynamic Updates
medimageportal 7720/tcp # MedImage Portal
medimageportal 7720/udp # MedImage Portal
nitrogen 7725/tcp # Nitrogen Service
nitrogen 7725/udp # Nitrogen Service
freezexservice 7726/tcp # FreezeX Console Service
freezexservice 7726/udp # FreezeX Console Service
trident-data 7727/tcp # Trident Systems Data
trident-data 7727/udp # Trident Systems Data
aiagent 7738/tcp # Peregrine Discovery Agent
aiagent 7738/udp # Peregrine Discovery Agent
sstp-1 7743/tcp # Sakura Script Transfer Protocol
sstp-1 7743/udp # Sakura Script Transfer Protocol
cbt 7777/tcp # cbt
cbt 7777/udp # cbt
interwise 7778/tcp # Interwise
interwise 7778/udp # Interwise
vstat 7779/tcp # VSTAT
vstat 7779/udp # VSTAT
accu-lmgr 7781/tcp # accu-lmgr
accu-lmgr 7781/udp # accu-lmgr
minivend 7786/tcp # MINIVEND
minivend 7786/udp # MINIVEND
q3ade 7794/tcp # Q3ADE Cluster Service
q3ade 7794/udp # Q3ADE Cluster Service
pnet-conn 7797/tcp # Propel Connector port
pnet-conn 7797/udp # Propel Connector port
pnet-enc 7798/tcp # Propel Encoder port
pnet-enc 7798/udp # Propel Encoder port
asr 7800/tcp # Apple Software Restore
asr 7800/udp # Apple Software Restore
apc-7845 7845/tcp # APC 7845
apc-7845 7845/udp # APC 7845
apc-7846 7846/tcp # APC 7846
apc-7846 7846/udp # APC 7846
ubroker 7887/tcp # Universal Broker
ubroker 7887/udp # Universal Broker
tnos-sp 7901/tcp # TNOS Service Protocol
tnos-sp 7901/udp # TNOS Service Protocol
tnos-dp 7902/tcp # TNOS DiaguardProtocol
tnos-dp 7902/udp # TNOS DiaguardProtocol
tnos-dps 7903/tcp # TNOS Secure DiaguardProtocol
tnos-dps 7903/udp # TNOS Secure DiaguardProtocol
qo-secure 7913/tcp # QuickObjects secure port
qo-secure 7913/udp # QuickObjects secure port
t2-drm 7932/tcp # Tier 2 Data Resource Manager
t2-drm 7932/udp # Tier 2 Data Resource Manager
t2-brm 7933/tcp # Tier 2 Business Rules Manager
t2-brm 7933/udp # Tier 2 Business Rules Manager
supercell 7967/tcp # Supercell
supercell 7967/udp # Supercell
micromuse-ncps 7979/tcp # Micromuse-ncps
micromuse-ncps 7979/udp # Micromuse-ncps
quest-vista 7980/tcp # Quest Vista
quest-vista 7980/udp # Quest Vista
irdmi2 7999/tcp # iRDMI2
irdmi2 7999/udp # iRDMI2
irdmi 8000/tcp # iRDMI
irdmi 8000/udp # iRDMI
vcom-tunnel 8001/tcp # VCOM Tunnel
vcom-tunnel 8001/udp # VCOM Tunnel
teradataordbms 8002/tcp # Teradata ORDBMS
teradataordbms 8002/udp # Teradata ORDBMS
intu-ec-svcdisc 8020/tcp # Intuit Entitlement Service and Discovery
intu-ec-svcdisc 8020/udp # Intuit Entitlement Service and Discovery
intu-ec-client 8021/tcp # Intuit Entitlement Client
intu-ec-client 8021/udp # Intuit Entitlement Client
oa-system 8022/tcp # oa-system
oa-system 8022/udp # oa-system
pro-ed 8032/tcp # ProEd
pro-ed 8032/udp # ProEd
mindprint 8033/tcp # MindPrint
mindprint 8033/udp # MindPrint
us-cli 8082/tcp # Utilistor (Client)
us-cli 8082/udp # Utilistor (Client)
us-srv 8083/tcp # Utilistor (Server)
us-srv 8083/udp # Utilistor (Server)
radan-http 8088/tcp # Radan HTTP
radan-http 8088/udp # Radan HTTP
xprint-server 8100/tcp # Xprint Server
xprint-server 8100/udp # Xprint Server
mtl8000-matrix 8115/tcp # MTL8000 Matrix
mtl8000-matrix 8115/udp # MTL8000 Matrix
cp-cluster 8116/tcp # Check Point Clustering
cp-cluster 8116/udp # Check Point Clustering
privoxy 8118/tcp # Privoxy HTTP proxy
privoxy 8118/udp # Privoxy HTTP proxy
apollo-data 8121/tcp # Apollo Data Port
apollo-data 8121/udp # Apollo Data Port
apollo-admin 8122/tcp # Apollo Admin Port
apollo-admin 8122/udp # Apollo Admin Port
paycash-online 8128/tcp # PayCash Online Protocol
paycash-online 8128/udp # PayCash Online Protocol
paycash-wbp 8129/tcp # PayCash Wallet-Browser
paycash-wbp 8129/udp # PayCash Wallet-Browser
indigo-vrmi 8130/tcp # INDIGO-VRMI
indigo-vrmi 8130/udp # INDIGO-VRMI
indigo-vbcp 8131/tcp # INDIGO-VBCP
indigo-vbcp 8131/udp # INDIGO-VBCP
dbabble 8132/tcp # dbabble
dbabble 8132/udp # dbabble
isdd 8148/tcp # i-SDD file transfer
isdd 8148/udp # i-SDD file transfer
patrol 8160/tcp # Patrol
patrol 8160/udp # Patrol
patrol-snmp 8161/tcp # Patrol SNMP
patrol-snmp 8161/udp # Patrol SNMP
vvr-data 8199/tcp # VVR DATA
vvr-data 8199/udp # VVR DATA
trivnet1 8200/tcp # TRIVNET
trivnet1 8200/udp # TRIVNET
trivnet2 8201/tcp # TRIVNET
trivnet2 8201/udp # TRIVNET
lm-perfworks 8204/tcp # LM Perfworks
lm-perfworks 8204/udp # LM Perfworks
lm-instmgr 8205/tcp # LM Instmgr
lm-instmgr 8205/udp # LM Instmgr
lm-dta 8206/tcp # LM Dta
lm-dta 8206/udp # LM Dta
lm-sserver 8207/tcp # LM SServer
lm-sserver 8207/udp # LM SServer
lm-webwatcher 8208/tcp # LM Webwatcher
lm-webwatcher 8208/udp # LM Webwatcher
rexecj 8230/tcp # RexecJ Server
rexecj 8230/udp # RexecJ Server
server-find 8351/tcp # Server Find
server-find 8351/udp # Server Find
cruise-enum 8376/tcp # Cruise ENUM
cruise-enum 8376/udp # Cruise ENUM
cruise-swroute 8377/tcp # Cruise SWROUTE
cruise-swroute 8377/udp # Cruise SWROUTE
cruise-config 8378/tcp # Cruise CONFIG
cruise-config 8378/udp # Cruise CONFIG
cruise-diags 8379/tcp # Cruise DIAGS
cruise-diags 8379/udp # Cruise DIAGS
cruise-update 8380/tcp # Cruise UPDATE
cruise-update 8380/udp # Cruise UPDATE
m2mservices 8383/tcp # M2m Services
m2mservices 8383/udp # M2m Services
cvd 8400/tcp # cvd
cvd 8400/udp # cvd
sabarsd 8401/tcp # sabarsd
sabarsd 8401/udp # sabarsd
abarsd 8402/tcp # abarsd
abarsd 8402/udp # abarsd
espeech 8416/tcp # eSpeech Session Protocol
espeech 8416/udp # eSpeech Session Protocol
espeech-rtp 8417/tcp # eSpeech RTP Protocol
espeech-rtp 8417/udp # eSpeech RTP Protocol
pcsync-https 8443/tcp # PCsync HTTPS
pcsync-https 8443/udp # PCsync HTTPS
pcsync-http 8444/tcp # PCsync HTTP
pcsync-http 8444/udp # PCsync HTTP
npmp 8450/tcp # npmp
npmp 8450/udp # npmp
vp2p 8473/tcp # Virtual Point to Point
vp2p 8473/udp # Virtual Point to Point
noteshare 8474/tcp # AquaMinds NoteShare
noteshare 8474/udp # AquaMinds NoteShare
fde 8500/tcp # Flight Data Exchange
fde 8500/udp # Flight Data Exchange
rtsp-alt 8554/tcp # RTSP Alternate (see port 554)
rtsp-alt 8554/udp # RTSP Alternate (see port 554)
d-fence 8555/tcp # SYMAX D-FENCE
d-fence 8555/udp # SYMAX D-FENCE
emware-admin 8567/tcp # emWare Server Management
emware-admin 8567/udp # emWare Server Management
asterix 8600/tcp # Surveillance Data
asterix 8600/udp # Surveillance Data
canon-bjnp1 8611/tcp # Canon BJNP Port 1
canon-bjnp1 8611/udp # Canon BJNP Port 1
canon-bjnp2 8612/tcp # Canon BJNP Port 2
canon-bjnp2 8612/udp # Canon BJNP Port 2
canon-bjnp3 8613/tcp # Canon BJNP Port 3
canon-bjnp3 8613/udp # Canon BJNP Port 3
canon-bjnp4 8614/tcp # Canon BJNP Port 4
canon-bjnp4 8614/udp # Canon BJNP Port 4
sun-as-jmxrmi 8686/tcp # Sun App Server – JMX/RMI
sun-as-jmxrmi 8686/udp # Sun App Server – JMX/RMI
vnyx 8699/tcp # VNYX Primary Port
vnyx 8699/udp # VNYX Primary Port
ibus 8733/tcp # iBus
ibus 8733/udp # iBus
mc-appserver 8763/tcp # MC-APPSERVER
mc-appserver 8763/udp # MC-APPSERVER
openqueue 8764/tcp # OPENQUEUE
openqueue 8764/udp # OPENQUEUE
ultraseek-http 8765/tcp # Ultraseek HTTP
ultraseek-http 8765/udp # Ultraseek HTTP
dpap 8770/tcp # Digital Photo Access Protocol
dpap 8770/udp # Digital Photo Access Protocol
msgclnt 8786/tcp # Message Client
msgclnt 8786/udp # Message Client
msgsrvr 8787/tcp # Message Server
msgsrvr 8787/udp # Message Server
sunwebadmin 8800/tcp # Sun Web Server Admin Service
sunwebadmin 8800/udp # Sun Web Server Admin Service
truecm 8804/tcp # truecm
truecm 8804/udp # truecm
dxspider 8873/tcp # dxspider linking protocol
dxspider 8873/udp # dxspider linking protocol
cddbp-alt 8880/tcp # CDDBP
cddbp-alt 8880/udp # CDDBP
ddi-tcp-1 8888/tcp # NewsEDGE server TCP (TCP 1)
ddi-udp-1 8888/udp # NewsEDGE server UDP (UDP 1)
ddi-tcp-2 8889/tcp # Desktop Data TCP 1
ddi-udp-2 8889/udp # NewsEDGE server broadcast
ddi-tcp-3 8890/tcp # Desktop Data TCP 2
ddi-udp-3 8890/udp # NewsEDGE client broadcast
ddi-tcp-4 8891/tcp # Desktop Data TCP 3: NESS application
ddi-udp-4 8891/udp # Desktop Data UDP 3: NESS application
ddi-tcp-5 8892/tcp # Desktop Data TCP 4: FARM product
ddi-udp-5 8892/udp # Desktop Data UDP 4: FARM product
ddi-tcp-6 8893/tcp # Desktop Data TCP 5: NewsEDGE/Web application
ddi-udp-6 8893/udp # Desktop Data UDP 5: NewsEDGE/Web application
ddi-tcp-7 8894/tcp # Desktop Data TCP 6: COAL application
ddi-udp-7 8894/udp # Desktop Data UDP 6: COAL application
jmb-cds1 8900/tcp # JMB-CDS 1
jmb-cds1 8900/udp # JMB-CDS 1
jmb-cds2 8901/tcp # JMB-CDS 2
jmb-cds2 8901/udp # JMB-CDS 2
manyone-http 8910/tcp # manyone-http
manyone-http 8910/udp # manyone-http
manyone-xml 8911/tcp # manyone-xml
manyone-xml 8911/udp # manyone-xml
wcbackup 8912/tcp # Windows Client Backup
wcbackup 8912/udp # Windows Client Backup
dragonfly 8913/tcp # Dragonfly System Service
dragonfly 8913/udp # Dragonfly System Service
cumulus-admin 8954/tcp # Cumulus Admin Port
cumulus-admin 8954/udp # Cumulus Admin Port
sunwebadmins 8989/tcp # Sun Web Server SSL Admin Service
sunwebadmins 8989/udp # Sun Web Server SSL Admin Service
bctp 8999/tcp # Brodos Crypto Trade Protocol
bctp 8999/udp # Brodos Crypto Trade Protocol
cslistener 9000/tcp # CSlistener
cslistener 9000/udp # CSlistener
etlservicemgr 9001/tcp # ETL Service Manager
etlservicemgr 9001/udp # ETL Service Manager
dynamid 9002/tcp # DynamID authentication
dynamid 9002/udp # DynamID authentication
pichat 9009/tcp # Pichat Server
pichat 9009/udp # Pichat Server
tambora 9020/tcp # TAMBORA
tambora 9020/udp # TAMBORA
panagolin-ident 9021/tcp # Pangolin Identification
panagolin-ident 9021/udp # Pangolin Identification
paragent 9022/tcp # PrivateArk Remote Agent
paragent 9022/udp # PrivateArk Remote Agent
swa-1 9023/tcp # Secure Web Access – 1
swa-1 9023/udp # Secure Web Access – 1
swa-2 9024/tcp # Secure Web Access – 2
swa-2 9024/udp # Secure Web Access – 2
swa-3 9025/tcp # Secure Web Access – 3
swa-3 9025/udp # Secure Web Access – 3
swa-4 9026/tcp # Secure Web Access – 4
swa-4 9026/udp # Secure Web Access – 4
glrpc 9080/tcp # Groove GLRPC
glrpc 9080/udp # Groove GLRPC
sqlexec 9088/tcp # IBM Informix SQL Interface
sqlexec 9088/udp # IBM Informix SQL Interface
sqlexec-ssl 9089/tcp # IBM Informix SQL Interface – Encrypted
sqlexec-ssl 9089/udp # IBM Informix SQL Interface – Encrypted
websm 9090/tcp # WebSM
websm 9090/udp # WebSM
xmltec-xmlmail 9091/tcp # xmltec-xmlmail
xmltec-xmlmail 9091/udp # xmltec-xmlmail
XmlIpcRegSvc 9092/tcp # Xml-Ipc Server Reg
XmlIpcRegSvc 9092/udp # Xml-Ipc Server Reg
bacula-dir 9101/tcp # Bacula Director
bacula-dir 9101/udp # Bacula Director
bacula-fd 9102/tcp # Bacula File Daemon
bacula-fd 9102/udp # Bacula File Daemon
bacula-sd 9103/tcp # Bacula Storage Daemon
bacula-sd 9103/udp # Bacula Storage Daemon
peerwire 9104/tcp # PeerWire
peerwire 9104/udp # PeerWire
dddp 9131/tcp # Dynamic Device Discovery
dddp 9131/udp # Dynamic Device Discovery
netlock1 9160/tcp # NetLOCK1
netlock1 9160/udp # NetLOCK1
netlock2 9161/tcp # NetLOCK2
netlock2 9161/udp # NetLOCK2
netlock3 9162/tcp # NetLOCK3
netlock3 9162/udp # NetLOCK3
netlock4 9163/tcp # NetLOCK4
netlock4 9163/udp # NetLOCK4
netlock5 9164/tcp # NetLOCK5
netlock5 9164/udp # NetLOCK5
sun-as-jpda 9191/tcp # Sun AppSvr JPDA
sun-as-jpda 9191/udp # Sun AppSvr JPDA
wap-wsp 9200/tcp # WAP connectionless session service
wap-wsp 9200/udp # WAP connectionless session service
wap-wsp-wtp 9201/tcp # WAP session service
wap-wsp-wtp 9201/udp # WAP session service
wap-wsp-s 9202/tcp # WAP secure connectionless session service
wap-wsp-s 9202/udp # WAP secure connectionless session service
wap-wsp-wtp-s 9203/tcp # WAP secure session service
wap-wsp-wtp-s 9203/udp # WAP secure session service
wap-vcard 9204/tcp # WAP vCard
wap-vcard 9204/udp # WAP vCard
wap-vcal 9205/tcp # WAP vCal
wap-vcal 9205/udp # WAP vCal
wap-vcard-s 9206/tcp # WAP vCard Secure
wap-vcard-s 9206/udp # WAP vCard Secure
wap-vcal-s 9207/tcp # WAP vCal Secure
wap-vcal-s 9207/udp # WAP vCal Secure
rjcdb-vcards 9208/tcp # rjcdb vCard
rjcdb-vcards 9208/udp # rjcdb vCard
almobile-system 9209/tcp # ALMobile System Service
almobile-system 9209/udp # ALMobile System Service
oma-mlp 9210/tcp # OMA Mobile Location Protocol
oma-mlp 9210/udp # OMA Mobile Location Protocol
oma-mlp-s 9211/tcp # OMA Mobile Location Protocol Secure
oma-mlp-s 9211/udp # OMA Mobile Location Protocol Secure
serverviewdbms 9212/tcp # Server View dbms access
serverviewdbms 9212/udp # Server View dbms access
serverstart 9213/tcp # ServerStart RemoteControl
serverstart 9213/udp # ServerStart RemoteControl
fsc-port 9217/tcp # FSC Communication Port
fsc-port 9217/udp # FSC Communication Port
teamcoherence 9222/tcp # QSC Team Coherence
teamcoherence 9222/udp # QSC Team Coherence
swtp-port1 9281/tcp # SofaWare transport port 1
swtp-port1 9281/udp # SofaWare transport port 1
swtp-port2 9282/tcp # SofaWare transport port 2
swtp-port2 9282/udp # SofaWare transport port 2
callwaveiam 9283/tcp # CallWaveIAM
callwaveiam 9283/udp # CallWaveIAM
visd 9284/tcp # VERITAS Information Serve
visd 9284/udp # VERITAS Information Serve
n2h2server 9285/tcp # N2H2 Filter Service Port
n2h2server 9285/udp # N2H2 Filter Service Port
cumulus 9287/tcp # Cumulus
cumulus 9287/udp # Cumulus
armtechdaemon 9292/tcp # ArmTech Daemon
armtechdaemon 9292/udp # ArmTech Daemon
secure-ts 9318/tcp # PKIX TimeStamp over TLS
secure-ts 9318/udp # PKIX TimeStamp over TLS
guibase 9321/tcp # guibase
guibase 9321/udp # guibase
mpidcmgr 9343/tcp # MpIdcMgr
mpidcmgr 9343/udp # MpIdcMgr
mphlpdmc 9344/tcp # Mphlpdmc
mphlpdmc 9344/udp # Mphlpdmc
ctechlicensing 9346/tcp # C Tech Licensing
ctechlicensing 9346/udp # C Tech Licensing
fjdmimgr 9374/tcp # fjdmimgr
fjdmimgr 9374/udp # fjdmimgr
fjinvmgr 9396/tcp # fjinvmgr
fjinvmgr 9396/udp # fjinvmgr
mpidcagt 9397/tcp # MpIdcAgt
mpidcagt 9397/udp # MpIdcAgt
git 9418/tcp # git pack transfer service
git 9418/udp # git pack transfer service
ismserver 9500/tcp # ismserver
ismserver 9500/udp # ismserver
mngsuite 9535/tcp # Management Suite Remote Control
mngsuite 9535/udp # Management Suite Remote Control
trispen-sra 9555/tcp # Trispen UDP tunnel
trispen-sra 9555/udp # Trispen UDP tunnel
cba8 9593/tcp # LANDesk Management Agent
cba8 9593/udp # LANDesk Management Agent
msgsys 9594/tcp # Message System
msgsys 9594/udp # Message System
pds 9595/tcp # Ping Discovery Service
pds 9595/udp # Ping Discovery Service
mercury-disc 9596/tcp # Mercury Discovery
mercury-disc 9596/udp # Mercury Discovery
pd-admin 9597/tcp # PD Administration
pd-admin 9597/udp # PD Administration
vscp 9598/tcp # Very Simple Ctrl Protocol
vscp 9598/udp # Very Simple Ctrl Protocol
robix 9599/tcp # Robix
robix 9599/udp # Robix
micromuse-ncpw 9600/tcp # MICROMUSE-NCPW
micromuse-ncpw 9600/udp # MICROMUSE-NCPW
streamcomm-ds 9612/tcp # StreamComm User Directory
streamcomm-ds 9612/udp # StreamComm User Directory
board-roar 9700/tcp # Board M.I.T. Service
board-roar 9700/udp # Board M.I.T. Service
l5nas-parchan 9747/tcp # L5NAS Parallel Channel
l5nas-parchan 9747/udp # L5NAS Parallel Channel
board-voip 9750/tcp # Board M.I.T. Synchronous Collaboration
board-voip 9750/udp # Board M.I.T. Synchronous Collaboration
rasadv 9753/tcp # rasadv
rasadv 9753/udp # rasadv
davsrc 9800/tcp # WebDav Source Port
davsrc 9800/udp # WebDav Source Port
sstp-2 9801/tcp # Sakura Script Transfer Protocol-2
sstp-2 9801/udp # Sakura Script Transfer Protocol-2
davsrcs 9802/tcp # WebDAV Source TLS/SSL
davsrcs 9802/udp # WebDAV Source TLS/SSL
sapv1 9875/tcp # Session Announcement v1
sapv1 9875/udp # Session Announcement v1
cyborg-systems 9888/tcp # CYBORG Systems
cyborg-systems 9888/udp # CYBORG Systems
monkeycom 9898/tcp # MonkeyCom
monkeycom 9898/udp # MonkeyCom
sctp-tunneling 9899/tcp # SCTP TUNNELING
sctp-tunneling 9899/udp # SCTP TUNNELING
iua 9900/tcp # IUA
iua 9900/udp # IUA
iua 9900/sctp # IUA
domaintime 9909/tcp # domaintime
domaintime 9909/udp # domaintime
sype-transport 9911/tcp # SYPECom Transport Protocol
sype-transport 9911/udp # SYPECom Transport Protocol
apc-9950 9950/tcp # APC 9950
apc-9950 9950/udp # APC 9950
apc-9951 9951/tcp # APC 9951
apc-9951 9951/udp # APC 9951
apc-9952 9952/tcp # APC 9952
apc-9952 9952/udp # APC 9952
acis 9953/tcp # 9953
acis 9953/udp # 9953
osm-appsrvr 9990/tcp # OSM Applet Server
osm-appsrvr 9990/udp # OSM Applet Server
osm-oev 9991/tcp # OSM Event Server
osm-oev 9991/udp # OSM Event Server
palace-1 9992/tcp # OnLive-1
palace-1 9992/udp # OnLive-1
palace-2 9993/tcp # OnLive-2
palace-2 9993/udp # OnLive-2
palace-3 9994/tcp # OnLive-3
palace-3 9994/udp # OnLive-3
palace-4 9995/tcp # Palace-4
palace-4 9995/udp # Palace-4
palace-5 9996/tcp # Palace-5
palace-5 9996/udp # Palace-5
palace-6 9997/tcp # Palace-6
palace-6 9997/udp # Palace-6
distinct32 9998/tcp # Distinct32
distinct32 9998/udp # Distinct32
distinct 9999/tcp # distinct
distinct 9999/udp # distinct
ndmp 10000/tcp # Network Data Management Protocol
ndmp 10000/udp # Network Data Management Protocol
scp-config 10001/tcp # SCP Configuration Port
scp-config 10001/udp # SCP Configuration Port
mvs-capacity 10007/tcp # MVS Capacity
mvs-capacity 10007/udp # MVS Capacity
octopus 10008/tcp # Octopus Multiplexer
octopus 10008/udp # Octopus Multiplexer
itap-ddtp 10100/tcp # VERITAS ITAP DDTP
itap-ddtp 10100/udp # VERITAS ITAP DDTP
ezmeeting-2 10101/tcp # eZmeeting
ezmeeting-2 10101/udp # eZmeeting
ezproxy-2 10102/tcp # eZproxy
ezproxy-2 10102/udp # eZproxy
ezrelay 10103/tcp # eZrelay
ezrelay 10103/udp # eZrelay
bctp-server 10107/tcp # VERITAS BCTP, server
bctp-server 10107/udp # VERITAS BCTP, server
netiq-endpoint 10113/tcp # NetIQ Endpoint
netiq-endpoint 10113/udp # NetIQ Endpoint
netiq-qcheck 10114/tcp # NetIQ Qcheck
netiq-qcheck 10114/udp # NetIQ Qcheck
netiq-endpt 10115/tcp # NetIQ Endpoint
netiq-endpt 10115/udp # NetIQ Endpoint
netiq-voipa 10116/tcp # NetIQ VoIP Assessor
netiq-voipa 10116/udp # NetIQ VoIP Assessor
bmc-perf-sd 10128/tcp # BMC-PERFORM-SERVICE DAEMON
bmc-perf-sd 10128/udp # BMC-PERFORM-SERVICE DAEMON
qb-db-server 10160/tcp # QB Database Server
qb-db-server 10160/udp # QB Database Server
apollo-relay 10252/tcp # Apollo Relay Port
apollo-relay 10252/udp # Apollo Relay Port
axis-wimp-port 10260/tcp # Axis WIMP Port
axis-wimp-port 10260/udp # Axis WIMP Port
blocks 10288/tcp # Blocks
blocks 10288/udp # Blocks
rmiaux 10990/tcp # Auxiliary RMI Port
rmiaux 10990/udp # Auxiliary RMI Port
irisa 11000/tcp # IRISA
irisa 11000/udp # IRISA
metasys 11001/tcp # Metasys
metasys 11001/udp # Metasys
vce 11111/tcp # Viral Computing Environment (VCE)
vce 11111/udp # Viral Computing Environment (VCE)
dicom 11112/tcp # DICOM
dicom 11112/udp # DICOM
suncacao-snmp 11161/tcp # sun cacao snmp access point
suncacao-snmp 11161/udp # sun cacao snmp access point
suncacao-jmxmp 11162/tcp # sun cacao JMX-remoting access point
suncacao-jmxmp 11162/udp # sun cacao JMX-remoting access point
suncacao-rmi 11163/tcp # sun cacao rmi registry access point
suncacao-rmi 11163/udp # sun cacao rmi registry access point
suncacao-csa 11164/tcp # sun cacao command-streaming access point
suncacao-csa 11164/udp # sun cacao command-streaming access point
suncacao-websvc 11165/tcp # sun cacao web service access point
suncacao-websvc 11165/udp # sun cacao web service access point
smsqp 11201/tcp # smsqp
smsqp 11201/udp # smsqp
imip 11319/tcp # IMIP
imip 11319/udp # IMIP
imip-channels 11320/tcp # IMIP Channels Port
imip-channels 11320/udp # IMIP Channels Port
arena-server 11321/tcp # Arena Server Listen
arena-server 11321/udp # Arena Server Listen
atm-uhas 11367/tcp # ATM UHAS
atm-uhas 11367/udp # ATM UHAS
tempest-port 11600/tcp # Tempest Protocol Port
tempest-port 11600/udp # Tempest Protocol Port
intrepid-ssl 11751/tcp # Intrepid SSL
intrepid-ssl 11751/udp # Intrepid SSL
sysinfo-sp 11967/tcp # SysInfo Service Protocol
sysinfo-sp 11967/udp # SysInfo Sercice Protocol
entextxid 12000/tcp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA XID Exchange
entextxid 12000/udp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA XID Exchange
entextnetwk 12001/tcp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA COS Network Priority
entextnetwk 12001/udp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA COS Network Priority
entexthigh 12002/tcp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA COS High Priority
entexthigh 12002/udp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA COS High Priority
entextmed 12003/tcp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA COS Medium Priority
entextmed 12003/udp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA COS Medium Priority
entextlow 12004/tcp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA COS Low Priority
entextlow 12004/udp # IBM Enterprise Extender SNA COS Low Priority
dbisamserver1 12005/tcp # DBISAM Database Server – Regular
dbisamserver1 12005/udp # DBISAM Database Server – Regular
dbisamserver2 12006/tcp # DBISAM Database Server – Admin
dbisamserver2 12006/udp # DBISAM Database Server – Admin
accuracer 12007/tcp # Accuracer Database System – Server
accuracer 12007/udp # Accuracer Database System – Server
accuracer-dbms 12008/tcp # Accuracer Database System – Admin
accuracer-dbms 12008/udp # Accuracer Database System – Admin
vipera 12012/tcp # Vipera Messaging Service
vipera 12012/udp # Vipera Messaging Service
rets-ssl 12109/tcp # RETS over SSL
rets-ssl 12109/udp # RETS over SSL
nupaper-ss 12121/tcp # NuPaper Session Service
nupaper-ss 12121/udp # NuPaper Session Service
cawas 12168/tcp # CA Web Access Service
cawas 12168/udp # CA Web Access Service
hivep 12172/tcp # HiveP
hivep 12172/udp # HiveP
linogridengine 12300/tcp # LinoGrid Engine
linogridengine 12300/udp # LinoGrid Engine
warehouse-sss 12321/tcp # Warehouse Monitoring Syst SSS
warehouse-sss 12321/udp # Warehouse Monitoring Syst SSS
warehouse 12322/tcp # Warehouse Monitoring Syst
warehouse 12322/udp # Warehouse Monitoring Syst
italk 12345/tcp # Italk Chat System
italk 12345/udp # Italk Chat System
tsaf 12753/tcp # tsaf port
tsaf 12753/udp # tsaf port
i-zipqd 13160/tcp # I-ZIPQD
i-zipqd 13160/udp # I-ZIPQD
powwow-client 13223/tcp # PowWow Client
powwow-client 13223/udp # PowWow Client
powwow-server 13224/tcp # PowWow Server
powwow-server 13224/udp # PowWow Server
nbdb 13785/tcp # NetBackup Database
nbdb 13785/udp # NetBackup Database
nomdb 13786/tcp # Veritas-nomdb
nomdb 13786/udp # Veritas-nomdb
dsmcc-config 13818/tcp # DSMCC Config
dsmcc-config 13818/udp # DSMCC Config
dsmcc-session 13819/tcp # DSMCC Session Messages
dsmcc-session 13819/udp # DSMCC Session Messages
dsmcc-passthru 13820/tcp # DSMCC Pass-Thru Messages
dsmcc-passthru 13820/udp # DSMCC Pass-Thru Messages
dsmcc-download 13821/tcp # DSMCC Download Protocol
dsmcc-download 13821/udp # DSMCC Download Protocol
dsmcc-ccp 13822/tcp # DSMCC Channel Change Protocol
dsmcc-ccp 13822/udp # DSMCC Channel Change Protocol
sua 14001/tcp # SUA
sua 14001/udp # De-Registered (2001 June 06)
sua 14001/sctp # SUA
sage-best-com1 14033/tcp # sage Best! Config Server 1
sage-best-com1 14033/udp # sage Best! Config Server 1
sage-best-com2 14034/tcp # sage Best! Config Server 2
sage-best-com2 14034/udp # sage Best! Config Server 2
vcs-app 14141/tcp # VCS Application
vcs-app 14141/udp # VCS Application
gcm-app 14145/tcp # GCM Application
gcm-app 14145/udp # GCM Application
vrts-tdd 14149/tcp # Veritas Traffic Director
vrts-tdd 14149/udp # Veritas Traffic Director
hde-lcesrvr-1 14936/tcp # hde-lcesrvr-1
hde-lcesrvr-1 14936/udp # hde-lcesrvr-1
hde-lcesrvr-2 14937/tcp # hde-lcesrvr-2
hde-lcesrvr-2 14937/udp # hde-lcesrvr-2
hydap 15000/tcp # Hypack Data Aquisition
hydap 15000/udp # Hypack Data Aquisition
xpilot 15345/tcp # XPilot Contact Port
xpilot 15345/udp # XPilot Contact Port
3link 15363/tcp # 3Link Negotiation
3link 15363/udp # 3Link Negotiation
ptp 15740/tcp # Picture Transfer Protocol
ptp 15740/udp # Picture Transfer Protocol
sun-sea-port 16161/tcp # Solaris SEA Port
sun-sea-port 16161/udp # Solaris SEA Port
etb4j 16309/tcp # etb4j
etb4j 16309/udp # etb4j
netserialext1 16360/tcp # netserialext1
netserialext1 16360/udp # netserialext1
netserialext2 16361/tcp # netserialext2
netserialext2 16361/udp # netserialext2
netserialext3 16367/tcp # netserialext3
netserialext3 16367/udp # netserialext3
netserialext4 16368/tcp # netserialext4
netserialext4 16368/udp # netserialext4
connected 16384/tcp # Connected Corp
connected 16384/udp # Connected Corp
intel-rci-mp 16991/tcp # INTEL-RCI-MP
intel-rci-mp 16991/udp # INTEL-RCI-MP
amt-soap-http 16992/tcp # Intel(R) AMT SOAP/HTTP
amt-soap-http 16992/udp # Intel(R) AMT SOAP/HTTP
amt-soap-https 16993/tcp # Intel(R) AMT SOAP/HTTPS
amt-soap-https 16993/udp # Intel(R) AMT SOAP/HTTPS
amt-redir-tcp 16994/tcp # Intel(R) AMT Redirection/TCP
amt-redir-tcp 16994/udp # Intel(R) AMT Redirection/TCP
amt-redir-tls 16995/tcp # Intel(R) AMT Redirection/TLS
amt-redir-tls 16995/udp # Intel(R) AMT Redirection/TLS
isode-dua 17007/tcp
isode-dua 17007/udp
soundsvirtual 17185/tcp # Sounds Virtual
soundsvirtual 17185/udp # Sounds Virtual
chipper 17219/tcp # Chipper
chipper 17219/udp # Chipper
ssh-mgmt 17235/tcp # SSH Tectia Manager
ssh-mgmt 17235/udp # SSH Tectia Manager
biimenu 18000/tcp # Beckman Instruments, Inc.
biimenu 18000/udp # Beckman Instruments, Inc.
opsec-cvp 18181/tcp # OPSEC CVP
opsec-cvp 18181/udp # OPSEC CVP
opsec-ufp 18182/tcp # OPSEC UFP
opsec-ufp 18182/udp # OPSEC UFP
opsec-sam 18183/tcp # OPSEC SAM
opsec-sam 18183/udp # OPSEC SAM
opsec-lea 18184/tcp # OPSEC LEA
opsec-lea 18184/udp # OPSEC LEA
opsec-omi 18185/tcp # OPSEC OMI
opsec-omi 18185/udp # OPSEC OMI
ohsc 18186/tcp # Occupational Health SC
ohsc 18186/udp # Occupational Health Sc
opsec-ela 18187/tcp # OPSEC ELA
opsec-ela 18187/udp # OPSEC ELA
checkpoint-rtm 18241/tcp # Check Point RTM
checkpoint-rtm 18241/udp # Check Point RTM
ac-cluster 18463/tcp # AC Cluster
ac-cluster 18463/udp # AC Cluster
ique 18769/tcp # IQue Protocol
ique 18769/udp # IQue Protocol
infotos 18881/tcp # Infotos
infotos 18881/udp # Infotos
apc-necmp 18888/tcp # APCNECMP
apc-necmp 18888/udp # APCNECMP
igrid 19000/tcp # iGrid Server
igrid 19000/udp # iGrid Server
opsec-uaa 19191/tcp # OPSEC UAA
opsec-uaa 19191/udp # OPSEC UAA
ua-secureagent 19194/tcp # UserAuthority SecureAgent
ua-secureagent 19194/udp # UserAuthority SecureAgent
keysrvr 19283/tcp # Key Server for SASSAFRAS
keysrvr 19283/udp # Key Server for SASSAFRAS
keyshadow 19315/tcp # Key Shadow for SASSAFRAS
keyshadow 19315/udp # Key Shadow for SASSAFRAS
mtrgtrans 19398/tcp # mtrgtrans
mtrgtrans 19398/udp # mtrgtrans
hp-sco 19410/tcp # hp-sco
hp-sco 19410/udp # hp-sco
hp-sca 19411/tcp # hp-sca
hp-sca 19411/udp # hp-sca
hp-sessmon 19412/tcp # HP-SESSMON
hp-sessmon 19412/udp # HP-SESSMON
fxuptp 19539/tcp # FXUPTP
fxuptp 19539/udp # FXUPTP
sxuptp 19540/tcp # SXUPTP
sxuptp 19540/udp # SXUPTP
jcp 19541/tcp # JCP Client
jcp 19541/udp # JCP Client
dnp 20000/tcp # DNP
dnp 20000/udp # DNP
microsan 20001/tcp # MicroSAN
microsan 20001/udp # MicroSAN
commtact-http 20002/tcp # Commtact HTTP
commtact-http 20002/udp # Commtact HTTP
commtact-https 20003/tcp # Commtact HTTPS
commtact-https 20003/udp # Commtact HTTPS
opendeploy 20014/tcp # OpenDeploy Listener
opendeploy 20014/udp # OpenDeploy Listener
nburn_id 20034/tcp # NetBurner ID Port
nburn_id 20034/udp # NetBurner ID Port
ipdtp-port 20202/tcp # IPD Tunneling Port
ipdtp-port 20202/udp # IPD Tunneling Port
ipulse-ics 20222/tcp # iPulse-ICS
ipulse-ics 20222/udp # iPulse-ICS
track 20670/tcp # Track
track 20670/udp # Track
athand-mmp 20999/tcp # At Hand MMP
athand-mmp 20999/udp # AT Hand MMP
irtrans 21000/tcp # IRTrans Control
irtrans 21000/udp # IRTrans Control
vofr-gateway 21590/tcp # VoFR Gateway
vofr-gateway 21590/udp # VoFR Gateway
tvpm 21800/tcp # TVNC Pro Multiplexing
tvpm 21800/udp # TVNC Pro Multiplexing
webphone 21845/tcp # webphone
webphone 21845/udp # webphone
netspeak-is 21846/tcp # NetSpeak Corp. Directory Services
netspeak-is 21846/udp # NetSpeak Corp. Directory Services
netspeak-cs 21847/tcp # NetSpeak Corp. Connection Services
netspeak-cs 21847/udp # NetSpeak Corp. Connection Services
netspeak-acd 21848/tcp # NetSpeak Corp. Automatic Call Distribution
netspeak-acd 21848/udp # NetSpeak Corp. Automatic Call Distribution
netspeak-cps 21849/tcp # NetSpeak Corp. Credit Processing System
netspeak-cps 21849/udp # NetSpeak Corp. Credit Processing System
snapenetio 22000/tcp # SNAPenetIO
snapenetio 22000/udp # SNAPenetIO
optocontrol 22001/tcp # OptoControl
optocontrol 22001/udp # OptoControl
vocaltec-wconf 22555/tcp # Vocaltec Web Conference
vocaltec-phone 22555/udp # Vocaltec Internet Phone
aws-brf 22800/tcp # Telerate Information Platform LAN
aws-brf 22800/udp # Telerate Information Platform LAN
brf-gw 22951/tcp # Telerate Information Platform WAN
brf-gw 22951/udp # Telerate Information Platform WAN
med-ltp 24000/tcp # med-ltp
med-ltp 24000/udp # med-ltp
med-fsp-rx 24001/tcp # med-fsp-rx
med-fsp-rx 24001/udp # med-fsp-rx
med-fsp-tx 24002/tcp # med-fsp-tx
med-fsp-tx 24002/udp # med-fsp-tx
med-supp 24003/tcp # med-supp
med-supp 24003/udp # med-supp
med-ovw 24004/tcp # med-ovw
med-ovw 24004/udp # med-ovw
med-ci 24005/tcp # med-ci
med-ci 24005/udp # med-ci
med-net-svc 24006/tcp # med-net-svc
med-net-svc 24006/udp # med-net-svc
filesphere 24242/tcp # fileSphere
filesphere 24242/udp # fileSphere
ild 24321/tcp # Isolv Local Directory
ild 24321/udp # Isolv Local Directory
vista-4gl 24249/tcp # Vista 4GL
vista-4gl 24249/udp # Vista 4GL
intel_rci 24386/tcp # Intel RCI
intel_rci 24386/udp # Intel RCI
flashfiler 24677/tcp # FlashFiler
flashfiler 24677/udp # FlashFiler
proactivate 24678/tcp # Turbopower Proactivate
proactivate 24678/udp # Turbopower Proactivate
snip 24922/tcp # Simple Net Ident Protocol
snip 24922/udp # Simple Net Ident Protocol
icl-twobase1 25000/tcp # icl-twobase1
icl-twobase1 25000/udp # icl-twobase1
icl-twobase2 25001/tcp # icl-twobase2
icl-twobase2 25001/udp # icl-twobase2
icl-twobase3 25002/tcp # icl-twobase3
icl-twobase3 25002/udp # icl-twobase3
icl-twobase4 25003/tcp # icl-twobase4
icl-twobase4 25003/udp # icl-twobase4
icl-twobase5 25004/tcp # icl-twobase5
icl-twobase5 25004/udp # icl-twobase5
icl-twobase6 25005/tcp # icl-twobase6
icl-twobase6 25005/udp # icl-twobase6
icl-twobase7 25006/tcp # icl-twobase7
icl-twobase7 25006/udp # icl-twobase7
icl-twobase8 25007/tcp # icl-twobase8
icl-twobase8 25007/udp # icl-twobase8
icl-twobase9 25008/tcp # icl-twobase9
icl-twobase9 25008/udp # icl-twobase9
icl-twobase10 25009/tcp # icl-twobase10
icl-twobase10 25009/udp # icl-twobase10
vocaltec-hos 25793/tcp # Vocaltec Address Server
vocaltec-hos 25793/udp # Vocaltec Address Server
tasp-net 25900/tcp # TASP Network Comm
tasp-net 25900/udp # TASP Network Comm
niobserver 25901/tcp # NIObserver
niobserver 25901/udp # NIObserver
niprobe 25903/tcp # NIProbe
niprobe 25903/udp # NIProbe
ezproxy 26260/tcp # eZproxy
ezproxy 26260/udp # eZproxy
ezmeeting 26261/tcp # eZmeeting
ezmeeting 26261/udp # eZmeeting
k3software-svr 26262/tcp # K3 Software-Server
k3software-svr 26262/udp # K3 Software-Server
k3software-cli 26263/tcp # K3 Software-Client
k3software-cli 26263/udp # K3 Software-Client
gserver 26264/tcp # Gserver
gserver 26264/udp # Gserver
imagepump 27345/tcp # ImagePump
imagepump 27345/udp # ImagePump
kopek-httphead 27504/tcp # Kopek HTTP Head Port
kopek-httphead 27504/udp # Kopek HTTP Head Port
ars-vista 27782/tcp # ARS VISTA Application
ars-vista 27782/udp # ARS VISTA Application
tw-auth-key 27999/tcp # TW Authentication/Key Distribution and
tw-auth-key 27999/udp # Attribute Certificate Services
nxlmd 28000/tcp # NX License Manager
nxlmd 28000/udp # NX License Manager
siemensgsm 28240/tcp # Siemens GSM
siemensgsm 28240/udp # Siemens GSM
pago-services1 30001/tcp # Pago Services 1
pago-services1 30001/udp # Pago Services 1
pago-services2 30002/tcp # Pago Services 2
pago-services2 30002/udp # Pago Services 2
xqosd 31416/tcp # XQoS network monitor
xqosd 31416/udp # XQoS network monitor
tetrinet 31457/tcp # TetriNET Protocol
tetrinet 31457/udp # TetriNET Protocol
lm-mon 31620/tcp # lm mon
lm-mon 31620/udp # lm mon
gamesmith-port 31765/tcp # GameSmith Port
gamesmith-port 31765/udp # GameSmith Port
t1distproc60 32249/tcp # T1 Distributed Processor
t1distproc60 32249/udp # T1 Distributed Processor
apm-link 32483/tcp # Access Point Manager Link
apm-link 32483/udp # Access Point Manager Link
sec-ntb-clnt 32635/tcp # SecureNotebook-CLNT
sec-ntb-clnt 32635/udp # SecureNotebook-CLNT
filenet-tms 32768/tcp # Filenet TMS
filenet-tms 32768/udp # Filenet TMS
filenet-rpc 32769/tcp # Filenet RPC
filenet-rpc 32769/udp # Filenet RPC
filenet-nch 32770/tcp # Filenet NCH
filenet-nch 32770/udp # Filenet NCH
filenet-rmi 32771/tcp # FileNET RMI
filenet-rmi 32771/udp # FileNet RMI
filenet-pa 32772/tcp # FileNET Process Analyzer
filenet-pa 32772/udp # FileNET Process Analyzer
filenet-cm 32773/tcp # FileNET Component Manager
filenet-cm 32773/udp # FileNET Component Manager
filenet-re 32774/tcp # FileNET Rules Engine
filenet-re 32774/udp # FileNET Rules Engine
filenet-pch 32775/tcp # Performance Clearinghouse
filenet-pch 32775/udp # Performance Clearinghouse
idmgratm 32896/tcp # Attachmate ID Manager
idmgratm 32896/udp # Attachmate ID Manager
diamondport 33331/tcp # DiamondCentral Interface
diamondport 33331/udp # DiamondCentral Interface
snip-slave 33656/tcp # SNIP Slave
snip-slave 33656/udp # SNIP Slave
turbonote-2 34249/tcp # TurboNote Relay Server Default Port
turbonote-2 34249/udp # TurboNote Relay Server Default Port
p-net-local 34378/tcp # P-Net on IP local
p-net-local 34378/udp # P-Net on IP local
p-net-remote 34379/tcp # P-Net on IP remote
p-net-remote 34379/udp # P-Net on IP remote
profinet-rt 34962/tcp # PROFInet RT Unicast
profinet-rt 34962/udp # PROFInet RT Unicast
profinet-rtm 34963/tcp # PROFInet RT Multicast
profinet-rtm 34963/udp # PROFInet RT Multicast
profinet-cm 34964/tcp # PROFInet Context Manager
profinet-cm 34964/udp # PROFInet Context Manager
ethercat 34980/tcp # EtherCAT Port
ethercat 34980/udp # EhterCAT Port
kastenxpipe 36865/tcp # KastenX Pipe
kastenxpipe 36865/udp # KastenX Pipe
neckar 37475/tcp # science + computing’s Venus Administration Port
neckar 37475/udp # science + computing’s Venus Administration Port
galaxy7-data 38201/tcp # Galaxy7 Data Tunnel
galaxy7-data 38201/udp # Galaxy7 Data Tunnel
fairview 38202/tcp # Fairview Message Service
fairview 38202/udp # Fairview Message Service
agpolicy 38203/tcp # AppGate Policy Server
agpolicy 38203/udp # AppGate Policy Server
turbonote-1 39681/tcp # TurboNote Default Port
turbonote-1 39681/udp # TurboNote Default Port
cscp 40841/tcp # CSCP
cscp 40841/udp # CSCP
csccredir 40842/tcp # CSCCREDIR
csccredir 40842/udp # CSCCREDIR
csccfirewall 40843/tcp # CSCCFIREWALL
csccfirewall 40843/udp # CSCCFIREWALL
fs-qos 41111/tcp # Foursticks QoS Protocol
fs-qos 41111/udp # Foursticks QoS Protocol
crestron-cip 41794/tcp # Crestron Control Port
crestron-cip 41794/udp # Crestron Control Port
crestron-ctp 41795/tcp # Crestron Terminal Port
crestron-ctp 41795/udp # Crestron Terminal Port
candp 42508/tcp # Computer Associates network discovery protocol
candp 42508/udp # Computer Associates network discovery protocol
candrp 42509/tcp # CA discovery response
candrp 42509/udp # CA discovery response
caerpc 42510/tcp # CA eTrust RPC
caerpc 42510/udp # CA eTrust RPC
reachout 43188/tcp # REACHOUT
reachout 43188/udp # REACHOUT
ndm-agent-port 43189/tcp # NDM-AGENT-PORT
ndm-agent-port 43189/udp # NDM-AGENT-PORT
ip-provision 43190/tcp # IP-PROVISION
ip-provision 43190/udp # IP-PROVISION
ciscocsdb 43441/tcp # Cisco NetMgmt DB Ports
ciscocsdb 43441/udp # Cisco NetMgmt DB Ports
pmcd 44321/tcp # PCP server (pmcd)
pmcd 44321/udp # PCP server (pmcd)
pmcdproxy 44322/tcp # PCP server (pmcd) proxy
pmcdproxy 44322/udp # PCP server (pmcd) proxy
rbr-debug 44553/tcp # REALbasic Remote Debug
rbr-debug 44553/udp # REALbasic Remote Debug
rockwell-encap 44818/tcp # Rockwell Encapsulation
rockwell-encap 44818/udp # Rockwell Encapsulation
invision-ag 45054/tcp # InVision AG
invision-ag 45054/udp # InVision AG
eba 45678/tcp # EBA PRISE
eba 45678/udp # EBA PRISE
ssr-servermgr 45966/tcp # SSRServerMgr
ssr-servermgr 45966/udp # SSRServerMgr
mediabox 46999/tcp # MediaBox Server
mediabox 46999/udp # MediaBox Server
mbus 47000/tcp # Message Bus
mbus 47000/udp # Message Bus
dbbrowse 47557/tcp # Databeam Corporation
dbbrowse 47557/udp # Databeam Corporation
directplaysrvr 47624/tcp # Direct Play Server
directplaysrvr 47624/udp # Direct Play Server
ap 47806/tcp # ALC Protocol
ap 47806/udp # ALC Protocol
bacnet 47808/tcp # Building Automation and Control Networks
bacnet 47808/udp # Building Automation and Control Networks
nimcontroller 48000/tcp # Nimbus Controller
nimcontroller 48000/udp # Nimbus Controller
nimspooler 48001/tcp # Nimbus Spooler
nimspooler 48001/udp # Nimbus Spooler
nimhub 48002/tcp # Nimbus Hub
nimhub 48002/udp # Nimbus Hub
nimgtw 48003/tcp # Nimbus Gateway
nimgtw 48003/udp # Nimbus Gateway
com-bardac-dw 48556/tcp # com-bardac-dw
com-bardac-dw 48556/udp # com-bardac-dw
iqobject 48619/tcp # iqobject
iqobject 48619/udp # iqobject
# Local services

Wireless?

What Is 802.11 Wireless?
Updated: March 28, 2003
Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2
What Is 802.11 Wireless?
The wireless local area network (WLAN) protocol, IEEE 802.11, and associated technologies, such as the 802.1X protocol and Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), allow secure high-speed wireless network access and mobile access to a network infrastructure. Until the recent development and wide adoption of IEEE 802.11b, also known as Wi-Fi, in order to obtain high-speed network access to your local area network (LAN) your network client needed to be physically connected to the LAN with some type of wiring.
Benefits
Some of the specific benefits of implementing a WLAN are included in the following:
Wireless connections can extend or replace a wired infrastructure
In situations where it is costly, inconvenient, or impossible to lay cables, wireless connections can extend or replace a wired infrastructure. This benefit includes the following:
• To connect the networks in two buildings separated by a physical, legal, or financial obstacle, you can either use a link provided by a telecommunications vendor (for a fixed installation cost and ongoing recurring costs) or you can create a point-to-point wireless link using wireless LAN technology (for a fixed installation cost, but no recurring costs). Eliminating recurring telecommunications charges can provide significant cost savings.
• Wireless LAN technologies can be used to create a temporary network, which is in place for only a specific amount of time. For example, the network needed at a convention or trade show can be a wireless network, rather than deploying the physical cabling required for a traditional Ethernet network.
• Some types of buildings, such as historical buildings, might be governed by building codes that prohibit the use of wiring, making wireless networking an important alternative.
• The wiring-free aspect of wireless LAN networking is also very attractive to homeowners who want to connect the various computers in their home together without having to drill holes and pull network cables through walls and ceilings.
Increased productivity for the mobile employee
This benefit includes the following:
• The mobile user whose primary computer is a portable computer can change location and always remain connected to the network. This enables the mobile user to travel to various places — meeting rooms, hallways, lobbies, cafeterias, classrooms, and so forth — yet retain access to networked data. Without wireless access, the user has to carry cabling and is restricted to working near a network jack.
• Wireless LAN networking is a perfect technology for environments where movement is required. For example, retail environments can benefit when employees use a wireless portable computer or handheld device to enter inventory information directly into the store database from the sales floor.
• Even if no wireless infrastructure is present, wireless portable computers can still form their own ad hoc networks to communicate and share data with each other.
Easy access to the Internet in public places
Beyond the corporate workplace, access to the Internet and even corporate sites can be made available through public wireless “hot spot” networks. For example, many airports, conference centers, and hotels provide wireless access to the Internet for their visitors. When a traveling worker reaches his or her destination, perhaps meeting a client at a corporate office, limited access can be provided to the traveling worker through the local wireless network. The network can recognize the traveling worker from another corporation and create a connection that provides Internet access to the visiting user, but is isolated from the local corporate network.
Note
• In all these wireless LAN scenarios, it is worth noting that today’s standards-based wireless LANs operate at the same speeds that were considered state of the art for wired networks just a few years ago. For example, IEEE 802.11b, a prevalent wireless LAN technology, operates at a maximum of 11 megabits per second (Mbps), or about 30 to 100 times faster than standard dial-up technologies. This data transfer rate is adequate for running a number of applications or services. In addition, ongoing advancements of wireless standards continue to increase the data transfer rate, with speeds of up to 54 Mbps for IEEE 802.11g.
Dependencies and Associated Technologies
In a enterprise environment, secure 802.11 wireless technology has specific dependencies and other technologies with which it is typically associated.
Dependencies for a secure WLAN
The dependencies of a secure WLAN include the following:
• A standard TCP/IP network environment.
• Active Directory, to store account properties and validate password-based credentials.
• Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) support, to provide centralized connection authentication, authorization, and accounting.
• A certificate infrastructure, also known as a public key infrastructure (PKI), to issue and validate the certificates required for Extensible Authentication Protocol–Transport Layer Security (EAP-TLS) and Protected EAP (PEAP)–TLS authentication. TLS can use either computer certificates for authenticating the wireless client computer or smart cards or registry-based user certificates for authenticating the user of a wireless client computer.
• For PEAP-Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol version 2 (MS-CHAP v2) authentication, computer certificates for the RADIUS servers and root CA certificates of the issuing CAs on the wireless clients (if needed).
Associated Technologies
The associated technologies of a secure WLAN include the following:
• WPA, as agreed upon by wireless vendors, is an interoperable interim standard until the IEEE 802.11i standard is being ratified. WPA requires secure wireless networking, addresses the issues with WEP through a software upgrade, provides a secure wireless networking solution for small office/home office (SOHO) wireless users, and provides compatibility with the upcoming IEEE 802.11i standard.
• Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) services, to provide automatic Internet Protocol (IP) configuration to wireless clients.
• Domain Name System (DNS) and Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) services, to provide name resolution.
Note
• For information about IEEE 802.11b wireless networks for the home and small business, see the Microsoft Wi-Fi Web page.
802.11 Wireless Network Infrastructure
The following figure shows a simple example of a WLAN using a wireless access point and some of the Windows Server 2003 technologies on which a secure WLAN is dependent.
Example Wireless Network Infrastructure

How 802.11 Wireless Works
Updated: March 28, 2003
Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2
How 802.11 Wireless Works
The IEEE 802.11 protocol is a network access technology for providing connectivity between wireless stations and wired networking infrastructures.
By deploying the IEEE 802.11 protocol and associated technologies, you enable the mobile user to travel to various places — meeting rooms, hallways, lobbies, cafeterias, classrooms, and so forth — and still have access to networked data. Also, beyond the corporate workplace, you enable access to the Internet and even corporate sites can be made available through public wireless “hot spot” networks. Airports, restaurants, rail stations, and common areas throughout cities can be configured to provide this service.
This section provides an in-depth view of how IEEE 802.11 works, including the architecture, related protocols, and technologies.
802.11 Architecture
The 802.11 logical architecture contains several main components: station (STA), wireless access point (AP), independent basic service set (IBSS), basic service set (BSS), distribution system (DS), and extended service set (ESS). Some of the components of the 802.11 logical architecture map directly to hardware devices, such as STAs and wireless APs. The wireless STA contains an adapter card, PC Card, or an embedded device to provide wireless connectivity. The wireless AP functions as a bridge between the wireless STAs and the existing network backbone for network access.
An IBSS is a wireless network, consisting of at least two STAs, used where no access to a DS is available. An IBSS is also sometimes referred to as an ad hoc wireless network.
A BSS is a wireless network, consisting of a single wireless AP supporting one or multiple wireless clients. A BSS is also sometimes referred to as an infrastructure wireless network. All STAs in a BSS communicate through the AP. The AP provides connectivity to the wired LAN and provides bridging functionality when one STA initiates communication to another STA or a node on the DS.
An ESS is a set of two or more wireless APs connected to the same wired network that defines a single logical network segment bounded by a router (also known as a subnet).
The APs of multiple BSSs are interconnected by the DS. This allows for mobility, because STAs can move from one BSS to another BSS. APs can be interconnected with or without wires; however, most of the time they are connected with wires. The DS is the logical component used to interconnect BSSs. The DS provides distribution services to allow for the roaming of STAs between BSSs.
The following figure shows the 802.11 architecture.
802.11 Architecture

802.11 Operating Modes
IEEE 802.11 defines the following operating modes:
• Infrastructure mode
• Ad hoc mode
In both operating modes, a Service Set Identifier (SSID), also known as the wireless network name, identifies the wireless network. The SSID is a name configured on the wireless AP (for infrastructure mode) or an initial wireless client (for ad hoc mode) that identifies the wireless network. The SSID is periodically advertised by the wireless AP or the initial wireless client using a special 802.11 MAC management frame known as a beacon frame.
802.11 Infrastructure Mode
In infrastructure mode, there is at least one wireless AP and one wireless client. The wireless client uses the wireless AP to access the resources of a traditional wired network. The wired network can be an organization intranet or the Internet, depending on the placement of the wireless AP. An extended service set (ESS) is shown in the following figure.
802.11 Infrastructure Mode

802.11 Ad Hoc Mode
In ad hoc mode, wireless clients communicate directly with each other without the use of a wireless AP, as shown in the following figure.
802.11 Wireless Clients in Ad Hoc Mode

Ad hoc mode is also called peer-to-peer mode. Wireless clients in ad hoc mode form an independent basic service set (IBSS). One of the wireless clients, the first wireless client in the IBSS, takes over some of the responsibilities of the wireless AP. These responsibilities include the periodic beaconing process and the authentication of new members. This wireless client does not act as a bridge to relay information between wireless clients. Ad hoc mode is used to connect wireless clients together when there is no wireless AP present. The wireless clients must be explicitly configured to use ad hoc mode. There can be a maximum of nine members in an ad hoc 802.11 wireless network.
802.11 Protocols and Technologies
The 802.11-related protocols and technologies are discussed in detail in the following section:
• 802.11. The IEEE 802.11 wireless standard defines the specifications for the physical layer and the media access control (MAC) layer.
• 802.1X. The IEEE 802.1X standard defines port-based, network access control used to provide authenticated network access for Ethernet networks.
• Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) over LAN (EAPOL). EAP is a Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)-based authentication mechanism that was adapted for use on point-to-point local area network (LAN) segments.
• Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP). WEP provides data confidentiality services by encrypting the data sent between wireless nodes.
• Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA). WPA is an interim standard until the IEEE 802.11i standard is ratified. These standards, intended to be a replacement for the WEP standard, offer more robust methods of data encryption and network authentication.
• Wireless Auto Configuration. The Wireless Auto Configuration feature of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 dynamically selects the wireless network to which a connection is attempted, based either on configured preferences or default settings.
802.11 Protocol
The IEEE 802 standards committee defines two separate layers, the Logical Link Control (LLC) and media access control, for the Data-Link layer of the OSI model. The IEEE 802.11 wireless standard defines the specifications for the physical layer and the media access control (MAC) layer that communicates up to the LLC layer, as shown in the following figure.
802.11 and OSI Model

All of the components in the 802.11 architecture fall into either the media access control (MAC) sublayer of the data-link layer or the physical layer.
802.11 MAC Frame
The 802.11 MAC frame, as shown in the following figure, consists of a MAC header, the frame body, and a frame check sequence (FCS). The numbers in the following figure represent the number of bytes for each field.
802.11 MAC Frame Format

Frame Control Field
The Frame Control field, shown in the following figure, contains control information used for defining the type of 802.11 MAC frame and providing information necessary for the following fields to understand how to process the MAC frame. The numbers in the following figure represent the number of bits for each field.
Frame Control Field

A description of each Frame Control field subfield are as follows:
• Protocol Version provides the current version of the 802.11 protocol used. Receiving STAs use this value to determine if the version of the protocol of the received frame is supported.
• Type and Subtype determines the function of the frame. There are three different frame type fields: control, data, and management. There are multiple subtype fields for each frame type . Each subtype determines the specific function to perform for its associated frame type.
• To DS and From DS indicates whether the frame is going to or exiting from the DS (distributed system), and is only used in data type frames of STAs associated with an AP.
• More Fragments indicates whether more fragments of the frame, either data or management type, are to follow.
• Retry indicates whether or not the frame, for either data or management frame types, is being retransmitted.
• Power Management indicates whether the sending STA is in active mode or power-save mode.
• More Data indicates to a STA in power-save mode that the AP has more frames to send. It is also used for APs to indicate that additional broadcast/multicast frames are to follow.
• WEP indicates whether or not encryption and authentication are used in the frame. It can be set for all data frames and management frames, which have the subtype set to authentication.
• Order indicates that all received data frames must be processed in order.
Duration/ID Field
This field is used for all control type frames, except with the subtype of Power Save (PS) Poll, to indicate the remaining duration needed to receive the next frame transmission. When the sub-type is PS Poll, the field contains the association identity (AID) of the transmitting STA.
Address Fields
Depending upon the frame type, the four address fields will contain a combination of the following address types:
• BSS Identifier (BSSID). BSSID uniquely identifies each BSS. When the frame is from an STA in an infrastructure BSS, the BSSID is the MAC address of the AP. When the frame is from a STA in an IBSS, the BSSID is the randomly generated, locally administered MAC address of the STA that initiated the IBSS.
• Destination Address (DA). DA indicates the MAC address of the final destination to receive the frame.
• Source Address (SA). SA indicates the MAC address of the original source that initially created and transmitted the frame.
• Receiver Address (RA). RA indicates the MAC address of the next immediate STA on the wireless medium to receive the frame.
• Transmitter Address (TA). TA indicates the MAC address of the STA that transmitted the frame onto the wireless medium.
For more information about the address types and the contents of the address fields in the 802.11 MAC header, see the IEEE 802.11 standard at the IEEE Web site.
Sequence Control
The Sequence Control field contains two subfields, the Fragment Number field and the Sequence Number field, as shown in the following figure.
Sequence Control Field

A description of each Sequence Control field subfield are as follows:
• Sequence Number indicates the sequence number of each frame. The sequence number is the same for each frame sent for a fragmented frame; otherwise, the number is incremented by one until reaching 4095, when it then begins at zero again.
• Fragment Number indicates the number of each frame sent of a fragmented frame. The initial value is set to 0 and then incremented by one for each subsequent frame sent of the fragmented frame.
Frame Body
The frame body contains the data or information included in either management type or data type frames.
Frame Check Sequence
The transmitting STA uses a cyclic redundancy check (CRC) over all the fields of the MAC header and the frame body field to generate the FCS value. The receiving STA then uses the same CRC calculation to determine its own value of the FCS field to verify whether or not any errors occurred in the frame during the transmission.
802.11 PHY Sublayer
At the physical (PHY) sublayer, IEEE 802.11 defines a series of encoding and transmission schemes for wireless communications, the most common of which are the Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS), Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS), and Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) transmission schemes. The following figure shows the 802.11, 802.11b, 802.11a, and 802.11g standards that exist at the PHY sublayer. These standards are described in the sections that follow.
Standards for 802.11 at the PHY Layer

IEEE 802.11
The bit rate for the original IEEE 802.11 standard is 2 Mbps using the FHSS transmission scheme and the S-Band Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) frequency band, which operates in the frequency range of 2.4 to 2.5 GHz. However, under less-than-ideal conditions, a lower bit rate speed of 1 Mbps is used.
802.11b
The major enhancement to IEEE 802.11 by IEEE 802.11b is the standardization of the physical layer to support higher bit rates. IEEE 802.11b supports two additional speeds, 5.5 Mbps and 11 Mbps, using the S-Band ISM. The DSSS transmission scheme is used in order to provide the higher bit rates. The bit rate of 11 Mbps is achievable in ideal conditions. In less-than-ideal conditions, the slower speeds of 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, and 1 Mbps are used.
Note
• 802.11b uses the same frequency band as that used by microwave ovens, cordless phones, baby monitors, wireless video cameras, and Bluetooth devices.
802.11a
IEEE 802.11a (the first standard to be ratified, but just now being widely sold and deployed) operates at a bit rate as high as 54 Mbps and uses the C-Band ISM, which operates in the frequency range of 5.725 to 5.875 GHz. Instead of DSSS, 802.11a uses OFDM, which allows data to be transmitted by subfrequencies in parallel and provides greater resistance to interference and greater throughput. This higher-speed technology enables wireless LAN networking to perform better for video and conferencing applications.
Because they are not on the same frequencies as other S-Band devices (such as cordless phones), OFDM and IEEE 802.11a provide both a higher data rate and a cleaner signal. The bit rate of 54 Mbps is achievable in ideal conditions. In less-than-ideal conditions, the slower speeds of 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 18 Mbps, 12 Mbps, and 6 Mbps are used.
802.11g
IEEE 802.11g operates at a bit rate as high as 54 Mbps, but uses the S-Band ISM and OFDM. 802.11g is also backward-compatible with 802.11b and can operate at the 802.11b bit rates and use DSSS. 802.11g wireless network adapters can connect to an 802.11b wireless AP, and 802.11b wireless network adapters can connect to an 802.11g wireless AP. Thus, 802.11g provides a migration path for 802.11b networks to a frequency-compatible standard technology with a higher bit rate. Existing 802.11b wireless network adapters cannot be upgraded to 802.11g by updating the firmware of the adapter — they must be replaced. Unlike migrating from 802.11b to 802.11a (in which all the network adapters in both the wireless clients and the wireless APs must be replaced at the same time), migrating from 802.11b to 802.11g can be done incrementally.
Like 802.11a, 802.11g uses 54 Mbps in ideal conditions and the slower speeds of 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 18 Mbps, 12 Mbps, and 6 Mbps in less-than-ideal conditions.
802.1X Protocol
The IEEE 802.1X standard defines port-based, network access control used to provide authenticated network access for Ethernet networks. This port-based network access control uses the physical characteristics of the switched LAN infrastructure to authenticate devices attached to a LAN port. Access to the port can be denied if the authentication process fails. Although this standard was designed for wired Ethernet networks, it has been adapted to 802.11 wireless LANs.
Components of 802.1X
IEEE 802.1X defines the following terms, as described in the following sections:
• Port access entity. A LAN port, also known as port access entity (PAE), is the logical entity that supports the IEEE 802.1X protocol that is associated with a port. A PAE can adopt the role of the authenticator, the supplicant, or both.
• Authenticator. An authenticator is a LAN port that enforces authentication before allowing access to services accessible using that port. For wireless connections, the authenticator is the logical LAN port on a wireless AP through which wireless clients in infrastructure mode gain access to other wireless clients and the wired network.
• Supplicant. The supplicant is a LAN port that requests access to services accessible on the authenticator. For wireless connections, the supplicant is the logical LAN port on a wireless LAN network adapter that requests access to the other wireless clients and the wired network by associating with and then authenticating itself to an authenticator.

Whether for wireless connections or wired Ethernet connections, the supplicant and authenticator are connected by a logical or physical point-to-point LAN segment.
• Authentication server. To verify the credentials of the supplicant, the authenticator uses an authentication server, which checks the credentials of the supplicant on behalf of the authenticator and then responds to the authenticator, indicating whether or not the supplicant is authorized to access the authenticator’s services.
The following figure shows these components for a wireless LAN network.
Components of IEEE 802.1X Authentication

The authentication server can be the following:
• A component of the access point. In this case, the AP must be configured with the sets of user credentials corresponding to the supplicants that will be attempting to connect (it is typically not implemented for wireless APs).
• A separate entity. In this case, the AP forwards the credentials of the connection attempt to a separate authentication server. Typically, a wireless AP uses the Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) protocol to send a connection request message to a RADIUS server.
Controlled and Uncontrolled Ports
The authenticator’s port-based access control defines the following different types of logical ports that access the wired LAN by means of a single physical LAN port:
• Uncontrolled Port. The uncontrolled portallows an uncontrolled exchange between the authenticator (the wireless AP) and other networking devices on the wired network — regardless of any wireless client’s authorization state. Frames sent by the wireless client are never sent using the uncontrolled port.
• Controlled Port. The controlled portallows data to be sent between a wireless client and the wired network only if the wireless client is authorized by 802.1X. Before authentication, the switch is open and no frames are forwarded between the wireless client and the wired network. When the wireless client is successfully authenticated using IEEE 802.1X, the switch is closed, and frames can be sent between the wireless client and nodes on the wired network.
The different types of ports are shown in the following figure.
Controlled and Uncontrolled Ports for IEEE 802.1X

On an authenticating Ethernet switch, the wired Ethernet client can send Ethernet frames to the wired network as soon as authentication is complete. The switch identifies the traffic of a specific wired Ethernet client using the physical port to which the Ethernet client is connected. Typically, only a single Ethernet client is connected to a physical port on the Ethernet switch.
Because multiple wireless clients contend for access to the same frequency channel and send data using the same channel, an extension to the basic IEEE 802.1X protocol is required to allow a wireless AP to identify the secured traffic of a particular wireless client. The wireless client and wireless AP do this through the mutual determination of a per-client unicast session key. Only authenticated wireless clients have knowledge of their per-client unicast session key. Without a valid unicast session key tied to a successful authentication, a wireless AP discards the traffic sent from the wireless client.
EAP over LAN
To provide a standard authentication mechanism for IEEE 802.1X, the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) was chosen. EAP is a Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)-based authentication mechanism that was adapted for use on point-to-point LAN segments. EAP messages are normally sent as the payload of PPP frames. To adapt EAP messages to be sent over Ethernet or wireless LAN segments, the IEEE 802.1X standard defines EAP over LAN (EAPOL), a standard encapsulation method for EAP messages.
WEP
WEP provides data confidentiality services by encrypting the data sent between wireless nodes. Setting a WEP flag in the MAC header of the 802.11 frame indicates that the frame is encrypted with WEP encryption. WEP provides data integrity by including an integrity check value (ICV) in the encrypted portion of the wireless frame.
WEP defines two shared keys:
• Multicast/global key. The multicast/global key is an encryption key that protects multicast and broadcast traffic from a wireless AP to all of its connected wireless clients.
• Unicast session key. The unicast session key is an encryption key that protects unicast traffic between a wireless client and a wireless AP and multicast and broadcast traffic sent by the wireless client to the wireless AP.
WEP encryption uses the RC4 symmetric stream cipher with 40-bit and 104-bit encryption keys. Although 104-bit encryption keys are not specified in the 802.11 standard, many wireless AP vendors support them.
Note
• Some implementations that advertise the use of 128-bit WEP encryption keys are just adding a 104-bit encryption key to the 24-bit initialization vector (IV) and calling it a 128-bit key. The IV is a field in the header of each 802.11 frame that is used during the encryption and decryption process.
WEP Encryption
The WEP encryption process is shown in the following figure.
WEP Encryption Process

To encrypt the payload of an 802.11 frame, the following process is used:
1. A 32-bit integrity check value (ICV) is calculated for the frame data.
2. The ICV is appended to the end of the frame data.
3. A 24-bit initialization vector (IV) is generated and appended to the WEP encryption key.
4. The combination of initialization vector and WEP encryption key is used as the input of a pseudo-random number generator (PRNG) to generate a bit sequence that is the same size as the combination of data and ICV.
5. The PRNG bit sequence, also known as the key stream, is bit-wise exclusive ORed (XORed) with the combination of data and ICV to produce the encrypted portion of the payload that is sent between the wireless access point (AP) and the wireless client.
6. To create the payload for the wireless MAC frame, the IV is added to the front of the encrypted combination of the data and ICV, along with other fields.
WEP Decryption
The WEP decryption process is shown in the following figure.
WEP Decryption Process

To decrypt the 802.11 frame data, the following process is used:
1. The initialization vector (IV) is obtained from the front of the MAC payload.
2. The IV is appended to the WEP encryption key.
3. The combination of initialization vector and WEP encryption key is used as the input of the same PRNG to generate a bit sequence of the same size as the combination of the data and the ICV. This process produces the same key stream as that of the sending wireless node.
4. The PRNG bit sequence is XORed with the encrypted combination of the data and ICV] to decrypt the combined data and ICV portion of the payload.
5. The ICV calculation for the data portion of the payload is run, and its result is compared with the value included in the incoming frame. If the values match, the data is considered to be valid (sent from the wireless client and unmodified in transit). If they do not match, the frame is silently discarded.
Security Issues with WEP and IEEE 802.11
The main problem with WEP is that the determination and distribution of WEP encryption keys are not defined. WEP keys must be distributed by using a secure channel outside of the 802.11 protocol. In practice, WEP keys are text strings that must be manually configured using a keyboard for both the wireless AP and wireless clients. However, this key distribution system does not scale well to an enterprise organization and is not secure.
Additionally, there is no defined mechanism for changing the WEP encryption keys either per authentication or periodically for an authenticated connection. All wireless APs and clients use the same manually configured WEP key for multiple sessions. With multiple wireless clients sending a large amount of data, an attacker can remotely capture large amounts of WEP ciphertext and use cryptanalysis methods to determine the WEP key.
The lack of a WEP key management protocol is a principal limitation to providing 802.11 security, especially in infrastructure mode with a large number of stations. Some examples of this type of network include corporate and educational institutional campuses and public places such as airports and malls. The lack of automated authentication and key determination services also affects operation in ad hoc mode, in which users might want to use in peer-to-peer collaborative communication in areas such as conference rooms.
WPA
Although 802.1X addresses many of the security issues of the original 802.11 standard, issues still exist with regard to weaknesses in the WEP encryption and data integrity methods. The long-term solution to these problems is the IEEE 802.11i standard, which is currently in draft form.
Until the IEEE 802.11i standard is ratified, wireless vendors have agreed on an interoperable interim standard known as Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA). The goals of WPA are the following:
• To require secure wireless networking. WPA requires secure wireless networking by requiring 802.1X authentication, encryption, and unicast and multicast/global encryption key management.
• To address WEP issues with a software upgrade. The implementation of the RC4 stream cipher within WEP is vulnerable to known plaintext attacks. Additionally, the data integrity provided with WEP is relatively weak. WPA solves all the remaining security issues with WEP, yet only requires firmware updates in wireless equipment and an update for wireless clients. Existing wireless equipment is not expected to require replacement.
• To provide a secure wireless networking solution for small office/home office (SOHO) wireless users. For the SOHO, there is no RADIUS server to provide 802.1X authentication with an EAP type. SOHO wireless clients must use either shared key authentication (highly discouraged) or open system authentication (recommended) with a single static WEP key for both unicast and multicast traffic. WPA provides a pre-shared key option intended for SOHO configurations. The pre-shared key is configured on the wireless AP and each wireless client. The initial unicast encryption key is derived from the authentication process, which verifies that both the wireless client and the wireless AP have the pre-shared key.
• To be compatible with the upcoming IEEE 802.11i standard. WPA is a subset of the security features in the proposed IEEE 802.11i standard. All the features of WPA are described in the current draft of the 802.11i standard.
• To be available today. WPA upgrades to wireless equipment and for wireless clients were available beginning in February 2003.
WPA Security Features
WPA contains enhancements or replacements for the following security features:
• Authentication
• Encryption
• Data integrity
Authentication
With 802.11, 802.1X authentication is optional; with WPA, 802.1X authentication is required. Authentication with WPA is a combination of open system and 802.1X authentication, which uses the following phases:
• The first phase uses open system authentication to indicate to the wireless client that it can send frames to the wireless AP.
• The second phase uses 802.1X to perform a user-level authentication. For environments without a RADIUS infrastructure, WPA supports the use of a pre-shared key; for environments with a RADIUS infrastructure, WPA supports EAP and RADIUS.
Encryption
With 802.1X, rekeying of unicast encryption keys is optional. Additionally, 802.11 and 802.1X provide no mechanism to change the global encryption key that is used for multicast and broadcast traffic. With WPA, rekeying of both unicast and global encryption keys is required. The Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) changes the unicast encryption key for every frame, and each change is synchronized between the wireless client and the wireless AP. For the multicast/global encryption key, WPA includes a facility for the wireless AP to advertise changes to the connected wireless clients.
TKIP
For 802.11, WEP encryption is optional. For WPA, encryption using TKIP is required. TKIP replaces WEP with a new encryption algorithm that is stronger than the WEP algorithm, yet can be performed using the calculation facilities present on existing wireless hardware. TKIP also provides for the following:
• The verification of the security configuration after the encryption keys are determined.
• The synchronized changing of the unicast encryption key for each frame.
• The determination of a unique starting unicast encryption key for each pre-shared key authentication.
AES
WPA defines the use of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) as an optional replacement for WEP encryption. Because adding AES support by using a firmware update might not be possible for existing wireless equipment, support for AES on wireless network adapters and wireless APs is not required.
Data Integrity
With 802.11 and WEP, data integrity is provided by a 32-bit ICV that is appended to the 802.11 payload and encrypted with WEP. Although the ICV is encrypted, it is possible through cryptanalysis to change bits in the encrypted payload and update the encrypted ICV without being detected by the receiver.
With WPA, a method known as Michael specifies a new algorithm that calculates an 8-byte message integrity code (MIC) with the calculation facilities available on existing wireless hardware. The MIC is placed between the data portion of the 802.11 frame and the 4-byte ICV. The MIC field is encrypted along with the frame data and the ICV.
Michael also provides replay protection through the use of a frame counter field in the 802.11 MAC header.
Note
• WPA requires software changes to the following:
• Wireless APs
• Wireless network adapters
• Wireless client software
Wireless Auto Configuration
Wireless Auto Configuration dynamically selects the wireless network to which a connection is attempted, based either on configured preferences or default settings. This process includes automatically selecting and connecting to a more preferred wireless network when it becomes available. If none of the preferred wireless networks is found nearby, Wireless Auto Configuration configures the wireless adapter so that there is no accidental connection until the wireless client roams within the range of a preferred network.
Wireless Auto Configuration corresponds to the Wireless Configuration service in Windows Server 2003 and the Wireless Zero Configuration service in Windows XP. You can use the Services snap-in (available in the Administrative Tools folder) to view the current status of (as well as stop, start, and restart) either service. You can also manage either service from the command prompt by using the net command. For example, to stop either service, type net stop wzcsv at a command prompt.
Wireless Auto Configuration minimizes the configuration that is required to access wireless networks and allows you to travel to different wireless networks without reconfiguring the network connection settings on your computer for each location. For the initial scan of available wireless networks, Wireless Auto Configuration performs the following process:
1. Wireless Auto Configuration attempts to connect to the preferred networks that appear in the list of available networks in the preferred networks preference order.
2. If there are no successful connections, Wireless Auto Configuration attempts to connect to the preferred networks that do not appear in the list of available networks in the preferred networks preference order. Thus, it can connect even when the wireless APs are configured to suppress the beaconing of the SSID of the wireless network.
3. If there are no successful connections and there is an ad hoc network in the list of preferred networks that is available, Wireless Auto Configuration tries to connect to it.
4. If there are no successful connections, and there is an ad hoc network in the list of preferred networks that is not available, Wireless Auto Configuration configures the wireless network adapter to act as the first node in the ad hoc network.
5. If there are no successful connections to preferred networks, and there are no ad hoc networks in the list of preferred networks, Wireless Auto Configuration determines the Automatically Connect To Non-Preferred Networks setting (located on the Wireless Networks tab of the wireless network connection).
6. If the Automatically Connect To Non-Preferred Networks setting is disabled, Wireless Auto Configuration creates a random network name and places the wireless network adapter in infrastructure mode.

This behavior prevents the Windows XP wireless client from accidentally connecting to a wireless network that does not appear in the list of preferred networks. You then see the One Or More Wireless Networks Are Available message in the notification area. The wireless adapter is not connected to any wireless network, but continues to scan for preferred wireless networks every 60 seconds.
7. If the Automatically Connect To Non-Preferred Networks setting is enabled, Wireless Auto Configuration attempts to connect to the available networks in the order in which the wireless adapter sensed them.

If all connection attempts fail, Wireless Auto Configuration creates a random network name and places the wireless network adapter in infrastructure mode. You then see the One Or More Wireless Networks Are Available message in the notification area.
For subsequent scans, Wireless Auto Configuration determines whether there are any changes in the wireless environment that require switching the connection. If the Windows wireless client is already connected to a wireless network and there is no other preferred network higher in the preference list that has not been attempted already, Wireless Auto Configuration maintains the existing connection. If the Windows wireless client is already connected to a wireless network, but a more preferred wireless network becomes available, Wireless Auto Configuration disconnects from the currently connected wireless network and attempts to connect to the more preferred wireless network.
The operation of Wireless Auto Configuration provides the following:
• The first time a wireless adapter is added to a computer running Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 and a wireless network is available, Wireless Auto Configuration prompts you with the One Or More Wireless Networks Are Available message in the notification area, which leads you to select a wireless network in the Connect To Wireless Network dialog box.

After you select a wireless network and the connection is successful, the selected network is automatically added as a preferred network, and you are no longer prompted whenever you are within range of it. For an organization, this is the typical process for configuring the initial connection to a private wireless network. After the initial configuration, Wireless Auto Configuration connects (and then maintains the connection) to the organization’s wireless network.

When you take your portable computer to your home wireless network, to an airport, or to another location with public wireless access, Wireless Auto Configuration first attempts to connect to your preferred network. When that connection attempt fails, you are prompted again to connect to your home wireless network or to the public access wireless network.
• If there are two preferred wireless networks, and the most preferred one is not initially available, Wireless Auto Configuration configures a wireless connection to the next most preferred network. When the most preferred network eventually becomes available, Wireless Auto Configuration automatically switches the wireless client connection to it after the next scan.
• If there are no preferred networks in the list of those available, Wireless Auto Configuration attempts to configure connections to the preferred networks in their configured order, in case the wireless APs for the wireless network are configured to prohibit the beaconing of their SSID.
Related Information
For more information about 802.11 and related technologies, see the Microsoft Wi-Fi Web site.

802.11 Wireless Tools and Settings
Updated: March 28, 2003
Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2
802.11 Wireless Tools and Settings
In this section
• Windows Wireless Client
• Wireless AP
• 802.11 Wireless Authentication Infrastructure
• 802.11 Wireless Registry Entries
This section contains information about the tools and settings available for configuring, managing, and customizing wireless clients, and for troubleshooting wireless connectivity.
Windows Wireless Client
The following services and features are associated with Windows wireless clients and wireless client connections.
Network Connections Folder
The Network Connections folder and the messages displayed in the notification area of the task bar provide information about the state of the wireless network availability as well as client authentication and connection status. If authentication of a client requires additional information from the user, such as selecting one of multiple user certificates, a text balloon appears to instruct the user. Within the Network Connections folder, the text under the name of the connection corresponding to the wireless network adapter describes the state of the authentication.
For wireless clients running Windows XP, when you click the wireless connection, the Details dialog box displays the authentication status, the Internet Protocol (IP) address configuration, and information about the connected wireless network and the current association. When you obtain status on the connection, you can view information such as the signal speed on the General tab and the IP address configuration on the Support tab.
If the wireless adapter is assigned an Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) address in the range 169.254.0.0/16 or the configured alternate static IP address, the wireless client is still associated with the wireless AP, but either authentication has failed or the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is not available. If the authentication fails and the association is still in place, the wireless adapter is enabled and Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) performs its normal configuration process. If a DHCP server is not found (either authenticated or not), Windows XP automatically configures an APIPA or alternate static address.
For a wireless client running Windows 2000, you can use the Network and Dial-up Connections folder to view whether the connection corresponding to your wireless network adapter is authenticated. If authentication is successful, the connection icon appears normal. If authentication has failed, the connection icon has a red X through it. To view the IP address configuration of the connection corresponding to the wireless network adapter, type ipconfig at a command prompt.
Netsh
Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows 2000 have an extensive tracing capability that you can use to troubleshoot complex problems for specific components related to wireless client authentication. You can enable the components in Windows to log tracing information to files using the netsh command for specific components or for all components. For more detailed information, see “Netsh,” in the section “802.11 Wireless Authentication Infrastructure” later in this document.
Network Monitor
You can use Microsoft Network Monitor, available in Microsoft Systems Management Server, Windows 2000 Server, and Windows Server 2003, or a commercial packet analyzer (also known as a network sniffer), to capture and view the authentication and data traffic sent and received by a wireless network adapter.
For Windows wireless client authentication, you can use Network Monitor to capture the set of frames exchanged between the wireless client computer and the wireless AP during the wireless authentication process. You can then use Network Monitor to view the individual frames and determine why the authentication failed.
Network Monitor includes 802.1X, EAPOL, and EAP parsers. A parser is a component included with Network Monitor that can separate the fields of a protocol header and display their structure and values. Without a parser, Network Monitor displays the hexadecimal bytes of a header, which you must parse manually.
In Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003, Network Monitor is installed as an optional management and monitoring tool using Control Panel’s Add or Remove Programs. After it is installed, you can run Network Monitor from the Administrative Tools folder.
Wireless Monitor snap-in
In Windows Server 2003, you can use the new Wireless Monitor snap-in to view wireless AP or wireless client information. There are two main views of information in the Wireless Monitor snap-in:
• Access Point Information
• Wireless Client Information
When you click Access Point Information in the console tree, the wireless network adapter scans for the available wireless APs within range and then displays them in the details pane.
You can use the list of wireless APs to determine the visibility and parameters (such as signal strength, channel, and data rates) of specific wireless APs for a specific location.
When you click Wireless Client Information in the console tree, the list of wireless events for the Wireless Zero Configuration service and the EAPOL component displays in the details pane.
You can use these events to determine how the Wireless Zero Configuration service chooses to connect to a specific wireless AP and explore the details of the authentication process.
Wireless AP
The following services and features are associated with wireless access points (APs). Consult your wireless AP documentation for information about the set of troubleshooting tools provided with your wireless AP.
Panel Indicators
Most wireless APs have one or more indicators, status lights that are visible on the housing of the wireless AP, from which you can obtain a quick assessment of the wireless AP’s hardware status. For example, you might see the following:
• An indicator to show that the wireless AP has electrical power.
• An indicator to show general operation status. For example, the indicator might show whether the wireless AP is associated with any wireless clients.
• An indicator to show wireless network traffic. This indicator might blink for each frame received on the wireless network.
• An indicator to show data collisions. If the blinking of this indicator seems excessive, evaluate the performance of the link by using methods suggested by the wireless AP vendor.
• An indicator to show wired network traffic. This indicator might blink for each frame received on the wired network.
Alternatively, the wireless AP might have a liquid crystal display (LCD) panel display that shows icons indicating its current status. Consult your wireless AP documentation for information about panel indicators and their interpretation.
Site Survey Software
Site survey software is used to determine the coverage volume and where the data rate changes for each wireless AP. An administrator can use site survey software during the deployment of wireless APs to determine their optimal placement. It is typically installed on a wireless-capable portable computer from a CD provided by the wireless AP vendor or the wireless network adapter vendor.
If wireless clients cannot connect to a specific wireless AP, use the site survey software to perform a site survey for that wireless AP. There might have been a change in the devices that create interference and objects that interfere with signal propagation because the original site survey and wireless AP placement was done.
SNMP support
Many wireless APs include a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) agent that supports the following SNMP Management Information Bases (MIBs):
• IEEE 802.11 MIB
• IEEE 802.1 Port Access Entity (PAE ) MIB
• SNMP MIB (described in RFC 1157)
• SNMP MIB II (described in RFC 1213)
• Ethernet Interface MIB (described in RFC 1398)
• SNMP Bridge MIB (described in RFC 1493)
• Remote Network Monitoring MIB (described in RFC 1757)
• RADIUS Authentication Client MIB (described in RFC 2618)
The SNMP agent on the wireless AP can be used in conjunction with your existing SNMP-based network management infrastructure to monitor your wireless APs, set trap conditions, and monitor loads on your wireless APs. In SNMP, trap conditions specify which events will trigger a message to be sent by the SNMP agent to a management system, indicating that the event has occurred on the host running the agent.
Diagnostics
The purpose of the diagnostics is to ensure that the wireless AP is operating properly (from a hardware standpoint) and to validate its current configuration. However, the exact diagnostic facilities of a wireless AP vary from one wireless AP to another.
Diagnostics for wireless APs can be of the following forms:
• Software or a Web site provided by the wireless AP vendor.
• A command-line tool or facility, such as terminal access to the wireless AP.
802.11 Wireless Authentication Infrastructure
Wireless 802.11 clients and APs can use Internet Authentication Service (IAS) — the Microsoft implementation of RADIUS — to enforce authentication in an enterprise environment. The following services and features are associated with authentication infrastructure of Wireless 802.11.
IAS Event Logging
To troubleshoot IAS authentication attempts, view events in the Windows event logs. Ensure that event logging is enabled for all types of IAS events (such as rejected, discarded, and successful authentication events). Event logging for all these types of events are enabled by default for both Windows Server 2003 IAS and Windows 2000 IAS.
IAS events are stored in the system event log, which can be viewed in the Event Viewer snap-in. Here is an example of a successful IAS authentication event (Event ID 1).

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User client@example.com was granted access.
Fully-Qualified-User-Name =example.com/Users/Client
NAS-IP-Address =10.7.0.4
NAS-Identifier =
Client-Friendly-Name =Building 7 Wireless AP
Client-IP-Address =10.7.0.4
NAS-Port-Type =Wireless-IEEE 802.11
NAS-Port =6
Policy-Name =Wireless Remote Access Policy
Authentication-Type =EAP
EAP-Type =Smart Card or other Certificate
To view s failed IAS authentication event, view all events that have Event ID 2.
Viewing the IAS events in the system event log is one of the most useful troubleshooting tools for obtaining information about failed authentications. The IAS events are also helpful when troubleshooting remote access policies. When you have multiple remote access policies configured, the Policy-Name field in the event description records the name of the remote access policy that either accepted or rejected the connection attempt.
Network Monitor
Network Monitor is useful for checking whether RADIUS messages are being exchanged, and for determining the RADIUS attributes of each message.
You can use Microsoft Network Monitor—available in Microsoft Systems Management Server, Windows 2000 Server, and Windows Server 2003 — or a commercial packet analyzer (also known as a network sniffer) to capture and view RADIUS authentication and accounting messages that are sent to and from the IAS RADIUS server or an IAS RADIUS proxy. Network Monitor includes a RADIUS parser that you can use to view the attributes of a RADIUS message and trouble-shoot connection issues.
SChannel Logging
Secure channel (SChannel) is a Security Support Provider (SSP) that implements the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) authentication protocols. SSL and TLS are the Internet standard for secure transactions.
By default, SChannel logs only error messages in the system event log. To log errors, warnings, informational, and successful events, set the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\SCHANNEL\EventLogging registry value to 4 (as a DWORD type). With SChannel logging recording all events, it is possible to obtain more information about the certificate exchange and validation process on the IAS server during EAP-TLS authentication.
Netsh
Windows Server 2003 and Windows 2000 have an extensive tracing capability that creates tracing files that describe the internal behavior of Windows components during the wireless client authentication and authorization process. This information is typically most useful to Microsoft support engineers, who might request that you create trace files for a connection attempt during their investigation of a support issue. You can enable the components in Windows Server 2003 to log tracing information to files by using the netsh command for specific components or for all components. To enable and disable tracing for a specific component, use the following command:

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netsh ras set tracing
component
enabled|disabled

In the preceding command, component is any of the items in the list of components found in the registry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Tracing. For example, to enable tracing for the IASRAD component, use the following command:

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netsh ras set tracing iasrad enabled

To obtain detailed information about the EAP authentication process for Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, enable tracing for only the EAP over LAN (EAPOL) and Remote Access Service Transport Level Security (RASTLS) components. To enable tracing for EAPOL, use the following command:

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netsh ras set tracing eapol enabled

To enable tracing for RASTLS, use the following command:

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netsh ras set tracing rastls enabled

After these commands are issued, try the authentication process again and view the Eapol.log and Rastls.log files in the SystemRoot\Tracing folder. To disable tracing for EAPOL and RASTLS, use the following respective commands:

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netsh ras set tracing eapol disabled
netsh ras set tracing rastls disabled
To obtain detailed information about the EAP authentication process for Windows 2000, enable tracing for the RASTLS component.
Although you can enable tracing for individual components of IAS, it is generally easier to turn tracing on for all the IAS components at once; and Microsoft support engineers typically want to see all the trace files, rather than the trace file for an individual component. To enable tracing for all components, use the following command:

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netsh ras set tracing * enabled

To disable tracing for all components, use the following command:

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netsh ras set tracing * disabled

The log files that are generated are stored in the SystemRoot\tracing folder.
Note
• Tracing consumes system resources and should be used sparingly during the investigation of a support issue. After the trace is done or the problem is identified, you should disable tracing. Do not leave tracing enabled on multiprocessor computers.
SNMP Agent
You can use the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) agent software included with Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003 to monitor status information for your IAS server from an SNMP snap-in. IAS supports the RADIUS Authentication Server MIB (RFC 2619) and the RADIUS Accounting Server MIB (RFC 2621). Use AddRemove Programs in Control Panel to install the SNMP agent. The SNMP agent can be used in conjunction with your existing SNMP-based network management infrastructure to monitor your IAS RADIUS servers or proxies.
Performance Logs And Alerts Snap-in
You can use the Performance Logs And Alerts snap-in to monitor counters, create logs, and set alerts for specific IAS components and program processes. You can also use charts and reports to determine how efficiently your server uses IAS and to both identify and troubleshoot potential problems.
You can use the Performance Logs And Alerts snap-in to monitor counters within the following IAS-related performance objects:
• IAS Accounting Clients
• IAS Accounting Proxy
• IAS Accounting Server
• IAS Authentication Clients
• IAS Authentication Proxy
• IAS Authentication Server
• IAS Remote Accounting Servers
• IAS Remote Authentication Servers
For more information about how to use the Performance Logs And Alerts snap-in, see Help and Support Center for Windows Server 2003.
802.11 Wireless Registry Entries
Controlling the computer and user authentication behavior of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 can be configured by using either the AuthMode registry setting or in a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory environment by using the Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies Group Policy extension. Controlling the transmission behavior of the EAPOL-Start message when authenticating can be configured by using either the SupplicantMode registry setting or the Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies Group Policy extension.
The information here is provided as a reference for use in troubleshooting or verifying that the required settings are applied. It is recommended that you do not directly edit the registry unless there is no other alternative. Modifications to the registry are not validated by the registry editor or by Windows before they are applied, and as a result, incorrect values can be stored. This can result in unrecoverable errors in the system. When possible, use Group Policy or other Windows tools, such as Microsoft Management Console (MMC), to accomplish tasks rather than editing the registry directly. If you must edit the registry, use extreme caution.
AuthMode Registry Entry
The setting of the AuthMode registry entry controls the computer and user authentication behavior of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.
Registry path
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\EAPOL\Parameters\General\Global\AuthMode
Version
Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
AuthMode has the following values:
• 0 – Computer authentication mode. If computer authentication is successful, no user authentication is attempted. If the user logon is successful before computer authentication, user authentication is performed. This is the default setting for Windows XP (prior to Service Pack 1).
• 1 – Computer authentication with re-authentication. If computer authentication is successful, a subsequent user logon results in a re-authentication with user credentials. The user logon has to complete in 60 seconds or the existing network connectivity is terminated. The user credentials are used for subsequent authentication or re-authentication. Computer authentication is not attempted again until the user logs off the computer. This is the default setting for Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) and Windows Server 2003.
• 2 – Computer authentication only. When a user logs on, it has no effect on the connection. Only computer authentication is performed. The exception to this behavior is when a user successfully logs on, and then roams between wireless APs. In that case, user authentication is performed. For changes to this setting to take effect, restart the Wireless Zero Configuration service for Windows XP or Windows Server 2003.
SupplicantMode Registry Entry
The setting of the SupplicantMode registry entry specifies the transmission behavior of the EAPOL-Start message when authenticating.
Registry path
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\EAPOL\Parameters\General\Global\SupplicantMode
Version
Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
SupplicantMode has the following values:
• 1 – Do not transmit. Specifies that EAPOL-Start messages are not sent.
• 2 – Transmit. Determines when to send EAPOL-Start messages and, if needed, sends an EAPOL-Start message.
• 3 – Transmit per 802.1x. Sends an EAPOL-Start message upon association to initiate the 802.1X authentication process.
Wireless 802.11 Group Policy Settings
To automate the configuration of network settings on wireless clients running Windows XP SP1 and Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 Active Directory domains support a new Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies Group Policy extension that allows you to configure wireless network settings that are part of Computer Configuration Group Policy. The Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies Group Policy extension is found in the Group Policy Object Editor by navigating to Default Domain Policy/Computer Confiuration/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Wireless.
Wireless network settings include the list of preferred networks, WEP settings, and IEEE 802.1X settings. These settings encompass all of the items on the Association and Authentication tabs of the properties of a wireless network and additional settings. The Association and Authentication tabs on Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 computers can be found by opening Network Connections, right-clicking on the wireless connection icon and clicking Properties, then on the Wireless Network tab, click Properties. The settings are downloaded to wireless client computers running Windows XP SP1 or Windows Server 2003 that are members of a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory domain, making it much easier to deploy a specific configuration for secure wireless connections.
Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policy Settings
In the Group Policy snap-in, you can configure wireless policies by using the Computer Configuration/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies node.
Note
• These policy settings do not apply to wireless clients running Windows XP (prior to SP1) or Microsoft 802.1X Authentication Client.
By default, there are no Group Policy objects (GPOs) in the Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies node. You can create only a single wireless network policy for each Group Policy object.
The properties of a wireless network policy consist of a General tab and a Preferred Networks tab.
On the General tab, you can view the options as described in the following table.
General Settings of a Wireless Network Policy

Setting Description
Name This option allows you to type a friendly name for the wireless network policy.
Description This option allows you to type a description for the wireless network policy.
Check For Policy Changes Every This option allows you to specify the interval in minutes after which wireless clients that are Active Directory members check for changes in the wireless network policy.
Networks To Access This option selects the types of wireless networks with which the wireless network is allowed to create connections:
• Any Available Network (Access Point Preferred)
• Access Point (Infrastructure) Networks Only
• Computer-To-Computer (Ad Hoc) Networks Only
Use Windows To Configure Wireless Network Settings for Clients This option enables Wireless Auto Configuration.
Automatically Connect to Non-preferred Networks This option enables automatic connections to wireless networks that are not configured as preferred networks.
On the Preferred Networks tab, you can view the options as described in the following table.
Preferred Network Options of a Wireless Network Policy

Option Description
Networks This option displays the list of preferred wireless networks.
Add/Edit/Remove These buttons create a new preferred wireless network, modify the settings of the selected preferred wireless network, and delete the selected preferred wireless network.
Move Up/Move Down These buttons move the selected preferred wireless network up or down in the Networks list.
The properties of a preferred wireless network consist of a Network Properties tab and an IEEE 802.1X tab.
On the Network Properties tab, you can view and configure the settings of a wireless network for a Windows wireless client that supports the Wireless Zero Configuration service. The settings are:
• Network Name (SSID). Displays the names of networks that are within the reception range of the wireless adapter on your computer. If selected, a network key is used to encrypt data while it is transmitted over the network.
• Description. This option allows you to type a description for the preferred wireless network.
• Data Encryption (WEP Enabled). Specifies whether Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is enabled for this preferred wireless network.
• Network Authentication (Shared Mode). Specifies whether a network key is used to authenticate to this preferred wireless network. Under the 802.11 standard for wireless networks, when a network key is used for authentication, the network is operating in shared key authentication mode. If a network key is not used for authentication, the network is operating in open system mode.
• The Key Is Provided Automatically. Specifies whether a network key is automatically provided for this preferred wireless network. For example, if 802.1X is being used for dynamic key distribution.
• This Is A Computer-to-Computer (Ad Hoc) Network; Wireless Access Points Are Not Used. Specifies whether the preferred wireless network is a computer-to-computer (ad hoc) network, not an access point (infrastructure) network.
On the IEEE 802.1X tab, you can view and configure the following settings (which are equivalent to the authentication settings of a Windows wireless client):
• Enable Network Access Control Using IEEE 802.1X. Specifies whether 802.1X authentication is enabled. If selected, credentials such as smart cards, certificates, and passwords are used for authentication.
• EAP Type and Settings. Specifies the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) type that is to be used.
• Authenticate As Guest When User Or Computer Information Is Unavailable. Specifies whether the computer attempts authentication to the network when a user is not logged on.
• Authenticate As Computer When Computer Information Is Available. Specifies whether the computer attempts authentication to the network as a guest when user or computer information is not available.
The following are additional settings on the IEEE 802.1X tab that do not appear on authentication settings of a Windows wireless client:
• EAPOL-Start Message. This option allows you to specify the transmission behavior of the EAPOL-Start message when authenticating. These settings set the SupplicantMode registry setting. You can select from the following:
• Do Not Transmit
• Transmit
• Transmit Per 802.1X
• Max Start. This option allows you to specify the number of successive EAPOL-Start messages that are sent out when no response is received to the initial EAPOL-Start messages.
• Start Period. This option allows you to specify the interval, in seconds, between the retransmission of EAPOL-Start messages when no response is received to the previously sent EAPOL-Start message.
• Held Period. This option allows you to specify the period, in seconds, for which the authenticating client will not perform any 802.1X authentication activity after it has received an authentication failure indication from the authenticator.
• Authentication Period. This option allows you to specify the interval, in seconds, for which the authenticating client will wait before retransmitting any 802.1X requests after end-to-end 802.1X authentication has been initiated.
• Computer Authentication. This option allows you to specify how computer authentication works with user authentication. These settings set the AuthMode registry setting. There are three possible settings:
• With User Authentication. When users are not logged on to the computer, authentication is performed using the computer credentials. After a user logs on to the computer, authentication is maintained using the computer credentials. If a user travels to a new wireless access point, authentication is performed using the user credentials.
• With User Re-Authentication. When users are not logged on to the computer, authentication is performed using the computer credentials. After a user logs on to the computer, authentication is performed using the user credentials. When a user logs off of the computer, authentication is performed with the computer credentials. This is the recommended setting because it ensures that the connection to the wireless AP is always using the security credentials of the computer’s current security context (computer credentials when no user is logged on and user credentials when a user is logged on).
• Computer Only. Authentication is always performed using the computer credentials. User authentication is never performed.
For more information about Group Policy settings, see the Group Policy Settings Reference for Windows Server 2003.
WPA upgrade
To use the new Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) standard for wireless clients running Windows XP (SP1 and later) and Windows Server 2003 that are using a wireless network adapter that supports the WZC service, you must obtain and install the free download WPA Wireless Security Update. It updates the wireless network configuration dialog boxes to support new WPA options. An update to the properties of the Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies to allow configuration of WPA options is being investigated.

NETWORKING INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

NETWORKING INTERVIEW QUESTIONS
1. What are 10Base2, 10Base5 and 10BaseT Ethernet LANs
10Base2—An Ethernet term meaning a maximum transfer rate of 10 Megabits per second that uses baseband signaling, with a contiguous cable segment length of 100 meters and a maximum of 2 segments.
10Base5—An Ethernet term meaning a maximum transfer rate of 10 Megabits per second that uses baseband signaling, with 5 continuous segments not exceeding 100 meters per segment.
10BaseT—An Ethernet term meaning a maximum transfer rate of 10 Megabits per second that uses baseband signaling and twisted pair cabling.
2. Explain the difference between an unspecified passive open and a fully specified passive open
An unspecified passive open has the server waiting for a connection request from a client. A fully specified passive open has the server waiting for a connection from a specific client.
3. Explain the function of Transmission Control Block
A TCB is a complex data structure that contains a considerable amount of information about each connection.
4. Explain a Management Information Base (MIB)
A Management Information Base is part of every SNMP-managed device. Each SNMP agent has the MIB database that contains information about the device’s status, its performance, connections, and configuration. The MIB is queried by SNMP.
5. Explain anonymous FTP and why would you use it
Anonymous FTP enables users to connect to a host without using a valid login and password. Usually, anonymous FTP uses a login called anonymous or guest, with the password usually requesting the user’s ID for tracking purposes only. Anonymous FTP is used to enable a large number of users to access files on the host without having to go to the trouble of setting up logins for them all. Anonymous FTP systems usually have strict controls over the areas an anonymous user can access.
6. Explain a pseudo tty
A pseudo tty or false terminal enables external machines to connect through Telnet or rlogin. Without a pseudo tty, no connection can take place.
7. Explain REX
What advantage does REX offer other similar utilities?
8. What does the Mount protocol do?
The Mount protocol returns a file handle and the name of the file system in which a requested file resides. The message is sent to the client from the server after reception of a client’s request.
9. Explain External Data Representation
External Data Representation is a method of encoding data within an RPC message, used to ensure that the data is not system-dependent.
10. Explain the Network Time Protocol?
11. BOOTP helps a diskless workstation boot. How does it get a message to the network looking for its IP address and the location of its operating system boot files?
BOOTP sends a UDP message with a subnetwork broadcast address and waits for a reply from a server that gives it the IP address. The same message might contain the name of the machine that has the boot files on it. If the boot image location is not specified, the workstation sends another UDP message to query the server.
12. Explain a DNS resource record
A resource record is an entry in a name server’s database. There are several types of resource records used, including name-to-address resolution information. Resource records are maintained as ASCII files.
13. What protocol is used by DNS name servers?
DNS uses UDP for communication between servers. It is a better choice than TCP because of the improved speed a connectionless protocol offers. Of course, transmission reliability suffers with UDP.
14. Explain the difference between interior and exterior neighbor gateways
Interior gateways connect LANs of one organization, whereas exterior gateways connect the organization to the outside world.
15. Explain the HELLO protocol used for
The HELLO protocol uses time instead of distance to determine optimal routing. It is an alternative to the Routing Information Protocol.
16. What are the advantages and disadvantages of the three types of routing tables?
The three types of routing tables are fixed, dynamic, and fixed central. The fixed table must be manually modified every time there is a change. A dynamic table changes its information based on network traffic, reducing the amount of manual maintenance. A fixed central table lets a manager modify only one table, which is then read by other devices. The fixed central table reduces the need to update each
machine’s table, as with the fixed table. Usually a dynamic table causes the fewest problems for a network administrator, although the table’s contents can change without the administrator being aware of the change.
17. Explain a TCP connection table
18. Explain source route
It is a sequence of IP addresses identifying the route a datagram must follow. A source route may
optionally be included in an IP datagram header.
19. Explain RIP (Routing Information Protocol)
It is a simple protocol used to exchange information between the routers.
20. Explain SLIP (Serial Line Interface Protocol)
It is a very simple protocol used for transmission of IP datagrams across a serial line.
21. Explain Proxy ARP
It is using a router to answer ARP requests. This will be done when the originating host believes that a destination is local, when in fact is lies beyond router.
22. Explain OSPF
It is an Internet routing protocol that scales well, can route traffic along multiple paths, and uses knowledge of an Internet’s topology to make accurate routing decisions.
23. Explain Kerberos
It is an authentication service developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kerberos uses encryption to prevent intruders from discovering passwords and gaining unauthorized access to files.
24. Explain a Multi-homed Host
It is a host that has a multiple network interfaces and that requires multiple IP addresses is called as a Multi-homed Host.
25. Explain NVT (Network Virtual Terminal)
It is a set of rules defining a very simple virtual terminal interaction. The NVT is used in the start of a Telnet session.
26. Explain Gateway-to-Gateway protocol
It is a protocol formerly used to exchange routing information between Internet core routers.
27. Explain BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)
It is a protocol used to advertise the set of networks that can be reached with in an autonomous system. BGP enables this information to be shared with the autonomous system. This is newer than EGP (Exterior Gateway Protocol).
28. Explain autonomous system
It is a collection of routers under the control of a single administrative authority and that uses a common Interior Gateway Protocol.
29. Explain EGP (Exterior Gateway Protocol)
It is the protocol the routers in neighboring autonomous systems use to identify the set of networks that can be reached within or via each autonomous system.
30. Explain IGP (Interior Gateway Protocol)
It is any routing protocol used within an autonomous system.
31. Explain Mail Gateway
It is a system that performs a protocol translation between different electronic mail delivery protocols.
32. Explain wide-mouth frog
Wide-mouth frog is the simplest known key distribution center (KDC) authentication protocol.
33. What are Digrams and Trigrams
The most common two letter combinations are called as digrams. e.g. th, in, er, re and an. The most common three letter combinations are called as trigrams. e.g. the, ing, and, and ion.
34. Explain silly window syndrome
It is a problem that can ruin TCP performance. This problem occurs when data are passed to the sending TCP entity in large blocks, but an interactive application on the receiving side reads 1 byte at a time.
35. Explain region
When hierarchical routing is used, the routers are divided into what we call regions, with each router knowing all the details about how to route packets to destinations within its own region, but knowing nothing about the internal structure of other regions.
36. Explain multicast routing
Sending a message to a group is called multicasting, and its routing algorithm is called multicast routing.
37. Explain traffic shaping
One of the main causes of congestion is that traffic is often busy. If hosts could be made to transmit at a uniform rate, congestion would be less common. Another open loop method to help manage congestion is forcing the packet to be transmitted at a more predictable rate. This is called traffic shaping.
38. Explain packet filter
Packet filter is a standard router equipped with some extra functionality. The extra functionality allows every incoming or outgoing packet to be inspected. Packets meeting some criterion are forwarded normally. Those that fail the test are dropped.
39. Explain virtual path
Along any transmission path from a given source to a given destination, a group of virtual circuits can be grouped together into what is called path.
40. Explain virtual channel
Virtual channel is normally a connection from one source to one destination, although multicast connections are also permitted. The other name for virtual channel is virtual circuit.
41. Explain logical link control
One of two sublayers of the data link layer of OSI reference model, as defined by the IEEE 802 standard. This sublayer is responsible for maintaining the link between computers when they are sending data across the physical network connection.
42. Why should you care about the OSI Reference Model
It provides a framework for discussing network operations and design.
43. Explain the difference between routable and non- routable protocols
Routable protocols can work with a router and can be used to build large networks. Non-Routable protocols are designed to work on small, local networks and cannot be used with a router
44. Explain MAU
In token Ring , hub is called Multistation Access Unit(MAU).
45. Explain 5-4-3 rule
In a Ethernet network, between any two points on the network, there can be no more than five network segments or four repeaters, and of those five segments only three of segments can be populated.
46. Explain the difference between TFTP and FTP application layer protocols
The Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) allows a local host to obtain files from a remote host but does not provide reliability or security. It uses the fundamental packet delivery services offered by UDP.
The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is the standard mechanism provided by TCP / IP for copying a file from one host to another. It uses the services offered by TCP and so is reliable and secure. It establishes two connections (virtual circuits) between the hosts, one for data transfer and another for control information.
47. Explain the range of addresses in the classes of internet addresses
Class A 0.0.0.0 – 127.255.255.255
Class B 128.0.0.0 – 191.255.255.255
Class C 192.0.0.0 – 223.255.255.255
Class D 224.0.0.0 – 239.255.255.255
Class E 240.0.0.0 – 247.255.255.255
48. Explain the minimum and maximum length of the header in the TCP segment and IP datagram
The header should have a minimum length of 20 bytes and can have a maximum length of 60 bytes.
49. Explain difference between ARP and RARP
The address resolution protocol (ARP) is used to associate the 32 bit IP address with the 48 bit physical address, used by a host or a router to find the physical address of another host on its network by sending a ARP query packet that includes the IP address of the receiver. The reverse address resolution protocol (RARP) allows a host to discover its Internet address when it knows only its physical address.
50. Explain ICMP
ICMP is Internet Control Message Protocol, a network layer protocol of the TCP/IP suite used by hosts and gateways to send notification of datagram problems back to the sender. It uses the echo test / reply to test whether a destination is reachable and responding. It also handles both control and error messages.
51. What are the data units at different layers of the TCP / IP protocol suite
The data unit created at the application layer is called a message, at the transport layer the data unit created is called either a segment or an user datagram, at the network layer the data unit created is called the datagram, at the data link layer the datagram is encapsulated in to a frame and
finally transmitted as signals along the transmission media.
52. Explain Project 802
It is a project started by IEEE to set standards that enable intercommunication between equipment from a variety of manufacturers. It is a way for specifying functions of the physical layer, the data link layer and to some extent the network layer to allow for interconnectivity of major LAN protocols.
It consists of the following:
802.1 is an internetworking standard for compatibility of different LANs and MANs across protocols.
802.2 Logical link control (LLC) is the upper sublayer of the data link layer which is non-architecture-specific, that is remains the same for all IEEE-defined LANs.
Media access control (MAC) is the lower sublayer of the data link layer that contains some distinct modules each carrying proprietary information specific to the LAN product being used. The modules are Ethernet LAN (802.3), Token ring LAN (802.4), Token bus LAN (802.5).
802.6 is distributed queue dual bus (DQDB) designed to be used in MANs.
53. Explain Bandwidth
Every line has an upper limit and a lower limit on the frequency of signals it can carry. This limited range is called the bandwidth.
54. Difference between bit rate and baud rate.
Bit rate is the number of bits transmitted during one second whereas baud rate refers to the number of signal units per second that are required to represent those bits. baud rate = bit rate / N where N is no-of-bits represented by each signal shift.
55. Explain MAC address
The address for a device as it is identified at the Media Access Control (MAC) layer in the network architecture. MAC address is usually stored in ROM on the network adapter card and is unique.
56. Explain attenuation
The degeneration of a signal over distance on a network cable is called attenuation.
57. Explain cladding
A layer of a glass surrounding the center fiber of glass inside a fiber-optic cable.
58. Explain RAID
A method for providing fault tolerance by using multiple hard disk drives.
59. Explain NETBIOS and NETBEUI
NETBIOS is a programming interface that allows I/O requests to be sent to and received from a remote computer and it hides the networking hardware from applications. NETBEUI is NetBIOS extended user interface. A transport protocol designed by microsoft and IBM for the use on small subnets.
60. Explain redirector
Redirector is software that intercepts file or prints I/O requests and translates them into network requests. This comes under presentation layer.
61. Explain Beaconing
The process that allows a network to self-repair networks problems. The stations on the network notify the other stations on the ring when they are not receiving the transmissions. Beaconing is used in Token ring and FDDI networks.
62. Explain terminal emulation, in which layer it comes
Telnet is also called as terminal emulation. It belongs to application layer.
63. Explain frame relay, in which layer it comes
Frame relay is a packet switching technology. It will operate in the data link layer.
64. What do you meant by “triple X” in Networks
The function of PAD (Packet Assembler Disassembler) is described in a document known as X.3. The standard protocol has been defined between the terminal and the PAD, called X.28; another standard protocol exists between hte PAD and the network, called X.29. Together, these three recommendations are often called “triple X”
65. Explain SAP
Series of interface points that allow other computers to communicate with the other layers of network protocol stack.
66. Explain subnet
A generic term for section of a large networks usually separated by a bridge or router.
67. Explain Brouter
Hybrid devices that combine the features of both bridges and routers.
68. How Gateway is different from Routers
A gateway operates at the upper levels of the OSI model and translates information between two completely different network architectures or data formats.
69. What are the different type of networking / internetworking devices
Repeater: Also called a regenerator, it is an electronic device that operates only at physical layer. It receives the signal in the network before it becomes weak, regenerates the original bit pattern and puts the refreshed copy back in to the link.
Bridges: These operate both in the physical and data link layers of LANs of same type. They divide a larger network in to smaller segments. They contain logic that allow them to keep the traffic for each segment separate and thus are repeaters that relay a frame only the side of the segment containing the intended recipent and control congestion.
Routers: They relay packets among multiple interconnected networks (i.e. LANs of different type). They operate in the physical, data link and network layers. They contain software that enable them to determine which of the several possible paths is the best for a particular transmission.
Gateways:
They relay packets among networks that have different protocols (e.g. between a LAN and a WAN). They accept a packet formatted for one protocol and convert it to a packet formatted for another protocol before forwarding it. They operate in all seven layers of the OSI model.
70. Explain mesh network
A network in which there are multiple network links between computers to provide multiple paths for data to travel.
71. Explain passive topology
When the computers on the network simply listen and receive the signal, they are referred to as passive because they don’t amplify the signal in any way. Example for passive topology – linear bus.
72. What are the important topologies for networks
BUS topology:
In this each computer is directly connected to primary network cable in a single line.
Advantages:
Inexpensive, easy to install, simple to understand, easy to extend.
STAR topology:
In this all computers are connected using a central hub.
Advantages:
Can be inexpensive, easy to install and reconfigure and easy to trouble shoot physical problems.
RING topology:
In this all computers are connected in loop.
Advantages:
All computers have equal access to network media, installation can be simple, and signal does not degrade as much as
in other topologies because each computer
regenerates it.
73. What are major types of networks and explain
Server-based network
Peer-to-peer network
Peer-to-peer network, computers can act as both servers sharing resources and as clients using the resources.
Server-based networks provide centralized control of network resources and rely on server computers to provide security and network administration
74. Explain Protocol Data Unit
The data unit in the LLC level is called the protocol data unit (PDU). The PDU contains of four fields a destination service access point (DSAP), a source service access point (SSAP), a control field and an information field. DSAP, SSAP are addresses used by the LLC to identify the protocol stacks on the receiving and sending machines that are generating and using the data. The control field specifies whether the PDU frame is a information frame (I – frame) or a supervisory frame (S – frame) or a
unnumbered frame (U – frame).
75. Explain difference between baseband and broadband transmission
In a baseband transmission, the entire bandwidth of the cable is consumed by a single signal. In broadband transmission, signals are sent on multiple frequencies, allowing multiple signals to be sent simultaneously.
76. What are the possible ways of data exchange
(i) Simplex (ii) Half-duplex (iii) Full-duplex.
77. What are the types of Transmission media
Signals are usually transmitted over some transmission media that are broadly classified in to two categories.
Guided Media:
These are those that provide a conduit from one device to another that include twisted-pair, coaxial cable and fiber-optic cable. A signal traveling along any of these media is directed and is contained by the physical limits of the medium. Twisted-pair and coaxial cable use metallic that accept
and transport signals in the form of electrical current. Optical fiber is a glass or plastic cable that accepts and transports signals in the form of light.
Unguided Media:
This is the wireless media that transport electromagnetic waves without using a physical conductor. Signals are broadcast either through air. This is done through radio communication, satellite communication and cellular telephony.
78. Explain point-to-point protocol
A communications protocol used to connect computers to remote networking services including Internet service providers.
79. What are the two types of transmission technology available
(i) Broadcast and (ii) point-to-point
80. Difference between the communication and transmission.
Transmission is a physical movement of information and concern issues like bit polarity, synchronization, clock etc. Communication means the meaning full exchange of information between two communication media.

Basics ….

A LAN is a group of computers located within relatively close proximity and connected by a common medium, such as a particular type of cable.

The topology and the medium used on a particular LAN are specified by the protocol operating at the data-link layer.

Routers are essential when you connect LANs using a WAN link because WANs almost invariably use different media than LANs and you need a router to connect two different network types.

A metropolitan area network (MAN) is a data network that services an area larger than a LAN does and smaller than a WAN does.

An intranet is a private Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) network with resources that are
accessible only by internal members of the organization running the network.

An extranet is essentially an intranet with resources made available to a select group of outside users. For example, a company might maintain an extranet that permits its clients to access servers that provide them with order status

The signals might be electrical voltages on a copper cable network, pulses of light on a fiber-optic cable
network, or infrared or radio waves on a wireless network.

More complicated networking protocols can provide a variety of services, including
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■ Packet acknowledgment The transmission of a return message by the recipient to verify the receipt of a packet or packets. A packet is the fundamental unit of data transmitted over a data network.

■ Segmentation the division of a lengthy data stream into segments sufficiently small for transmission over the network inside packets.

■ Flow control The generation, by a receiving system, of messages that instruct the sending system to speed up or slow down its rate of transmission.

■ Error detection The inclusion in a packet of special codes used by the receiving system to verify that the content of the packet wasn’t damaged in transit.

■ Error correction The retransmission of packets that have been garbled or lost in transit.

■ Data compression A mechanism for reducing the amount of data transmitted over a network by eliminating redundant information.

■ Data encryption A mechanism for protecting the data transmitted over a network by encoding it using a cryptographic key already known by the receiving system.

■ Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) The U.S.-based society responsible for the publication of the IEEE 802 working group, which includes the standards that define the protocols commonly known as Ethernet and Token Ring, as well as many others.

■ International Organization for Standardization (ISO) A worldwide federation of standards bodies from over 100 countries, responsible for the publication of the OSI reference model document.

■ American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A private, nonprofit organization that administers and coordinates the U.S. voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system. ANSI is the official U.S. representative to the ISO, as well as to several other international bodies.

■ Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) An ad hoc group of contributors and consultants that collaborates to develop and publish standards for Internet technologies, including the TCP/IP protocols.

■ Telecommunications Industry Association/Electronic Industries Alliance (TIA/ EIA) Two organizations that have joined together to develop and publish the Commercial Building Telecommunications Wiring Standards, which define how the cables for data networks should be installed.

■ Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) An international organization within which governments and the private sector work together to
coordinate the operation of telecommunication networks and services and to advance the development of communications technology. ITU-T was formerly known as the Comité Consultatif International
Téléphonique et Télégraphique (CCITT).
All the computers on the LAN are connected to a network that can carry only one signal at a time, and the systems take turns using it. This type of network is called a baseband network.

When computer transmits an e-mail message, it’s broken into many packets and the computer transmits each packet separately. If another computer on the network also wants to transmit, it sends one packet at a time, too. When all of the packets constituting a particular transmission reach their destination, the receiving computer reassembles them into your original e-mail message. This is the basis for a packet-switching network.

Cell Switching Some networks use a technique called cell switching, which is similar to packet switching, but instead of using packets, which are variable in size, they use cells, which are a uniform size.
Most LAN technologies use packet switching; the only cell-switching LAN in recent use is Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), which uses 53-byte cells.

The alternative to a packet-switching or cell-switching network is a circuit-switching network, in which two systems wanting to communicate establish a path called a circuit.

Circuit switching is like the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), in which the connection between your telephone and that of the person you’re calling remains open for the entire duration of the call.

A broadband network is capable of carrying multiple signals on a single cable simultaneously, using a process called multiplexing.

The router is a communication device that selects the best paths and manages the switching of packets between two different networks. It works on Network layer of OSI model.

RAID Levels and Types

RAID Levels and Types
RAID, an acronym of Redundant Array of Independent
(Inexpensive) Disks is the talk of the day. These are an array of
disk to give more power, performance, fault tolerance and
accessibility to the data, as a single storage system. It’s not mere
combination of disks but all the disks are combined providing
standard MTBF (mean time before failure) reliability scheme;
otherwise chances are performance would be affected drastically if
disks are not combined as a single storage unit.

RAID Levels
All the RAID types and models are commonly classified as RAID
levels, since RAID represented by a higher number is regarded
to be superior, more efficient, high-performance array than the
low numbered RAID.
Hence, high security feature of RAID also depends on the RAID
level you are using. RAID arrays, not only, provide the users
with maximum security and reliability but also make sure that if
a disk fails no data is lost. The in-depth knowledge about RAID
levels would help you through buying of RAID servers.
Let’s briefly discuss here the main RAID levels and classes:

RAID 0 – Striping:
It is the Stripped Disk Array with no fault tolerance and it
requires at least 2 drives to be implemented. Due to no
redundancy feature, RAID 0 is considered to be the lowest ranked
RAID level. Striped data mapping technique is implemented for
high performance at low cost. The I/O performance is also
improved as it is loaded across many channels. Regeneration,
Rebuilding and functional redundancy are some salient features of
RAID 0.

RAID 1 – Mirroring:
It is the Mirroring (Shadowing) Array meant to provide high
performance. RAID 1 controller is able to perform 2 separate
parallel reads or writes per mirrored pair. It also requires at least 2
drives to implement a non-redundant disk array. High level of
availability, access and reliability can be achieved by entry-level
RAID 1 array. With full redundancy feature available, need of
readability is almost negligible. Controller configurations and
storage subsystem design is the easiest and simplest amongst all
RAID levels.

RAID 0+1:
It is the RAID array providing high data transference performance
with at least 4 disks needed to implement the RAID 0+1 level. It’s
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RAID 2 (ECC):
It is the combination of Inherently Parallel Mapping and
Protection RAID array. It’s also known as ECC RAID because
each data word bit is written to data disk which is verified for
correct data or correct disk error when the RAID disk is read. Due
to special disk features required, RAID 2 is not very popular among
the corporate data storage masses, despite the extremely high
data transference rates.

RAID 3:
RAID 3 works on the Parallel Transfer with Parity technique.
The least number of disks required to implement the RAID array is
3 disks. In the RAID 3, data blocks are striped and written on data
drives and then the stripe parity is generated, saved and
afterwards used to verify the disk reads. Read and write data
transfer rate is very high in RAID 3 array and disk failure causes
insignificant effects on the overall performance of the RAID.

RAID 4:
RAID 4 requires a minimum of 3 drives to be implemented. It is
composed of independent disks with shared parity to protect the
data. Data transaction rate for Read is exceptionally high and
highly aggregated. Similarly, the low ratio of parity disks to data
disks indicates high efficiency.

RAID 5:
RAIDS 5 is Independent Distributed parity block of data disks
with a minimum requirement of at least 3 drives to be
implemented and N-1 array capacity. It helps in reducing the write
inherence found in RAID 4. RAID 5 array offers highest data
transaction Read rate, medium data transaction Write rate and
good cumulative transfer rate.

RAID 6:
RAIDS 6 is Independent Data Disk array with Independent
Distributed parity. It is known to be an extension of RAID level 5
with extra fault tolerance and distributed parity scheme added.
RAID 6 is the best available RAID array for mission critical
applications and data storage needs, though the controller design
is very complex and overheads are extremely high.

RAID 7:
RAID 7 is the Optimized Asynchrony array for high I/O and data
transfer rates and is considered to be the most manageable RAID
controller available. The overall write performance is also known to
be 50% to 90% better and improved than the single spindle array
levels with no extra data transference required for parity handling.
RAID 7 is registered as a standard trademark of Storage Computer
Corporation.

RAID 10:
RAID 10 is classified as the futuristic RAID controller with
extremely high Reliability and performance embedded in a single
RAID controller. The minimum requirement to form a RAID level 10
controller is 4 data disks. The implementation of RAID 10 is based
on a striped array of RAID 1 array segments, with almost the same
fault tolerance level as RAID 1. RAID 10 controllers and arrays are
suitable for uncompromising availability and extremely high
throughput required systems and environment.
With all the significant RAID levels discussed here briefly, another
important point to add is that whichever level of RAID is used
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Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration

Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration
Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration places your server and Microsoft Internet Explorer in a configuration that decreases the exposure of your server to potential attacks that can occur through Web content and application scripts. As a result, some Web sites may not display or perform as expected.

For more information, see the following:

Internet Explorer Security Zones
How to browse when Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration is enabled
Effects of Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration
Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration and terminal servers
Effects of Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration on the Internet Explorer user experience
Managing Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration
Add sites to the Trusted sites zone
Add sites to the Local intranet zone
Apply Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration to specific users
Apply Windows 2000 default Internet Explorer security settings
Strengthen Internet Explorer security settings manually on your server
Browser Security – Best Practices

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Internet Explorer Security Zones
In Internet Explorer, you can configure security settings for several built-in security zones: the Internet zone, the Local intranet zone, the Trusted sites zone, and the Restricted sites zone. Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration assigns security levels to these zones as follows:

For the Internet zone, the security level is set to High.
For the Trusted sites zone, the security level is set to Medium, which allows browsing of many Internet sites.
For the Local intranet zone, the security level is set to Medium-Low, which allows your user credentials (name and password) to be passed automatically to sites and applications that need them.
For the Restricted sites zone, the security level is set to High.
All Internet and intranet sites are assigned to the Internet zone by default. Intranet sites are not part of the Local intranet zone unless you explicitly add them to this zone.
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How to browse when Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration is enabled
The enhanced security configuration increases the level of security on your server, but may also affect Internet browsing in the following ways:

Because ActiveX controls and scripting are disabled, Internet sites may not display in Internet Explorer as expected and applications that make use of the Internet may not work correctly. If you trust an Internet site and need it to be functional, you can add that site to the Trusted sites zone in Internet Explorer. If you attempt to browse an Internet site that makes use of scripting or Active X controls, Internet Explorer will prompt you to consider adding the site to the Trusted sites zone. You should add the site to the Trusted sites zone only if you are completely confident that the site is trustworthy and that the URL to be added is indeed the correct one. For more information, see Add sites to the Trusted sites zone.
Access to intranet sites, Web-based applications that run over a local intranet, and other files on network shares may be restricted. If you trust an intranet site or share and need it to be functional, you can add it to the Local intranet zone. For more information, see Add sites to the Local intranet zone.
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Effects of Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration
Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration adjusts the security levels for the existing security zones. The following table describes how each zone is affected.

Zone Security level Result
Internet zone High This zone has the same security settings as the Restricted sites zone. All Internet and intranet sites are assigned to this zone by default.

Web pages may not display in Internet Explorer as expected and applications that require the browser may not work correctly because scripts, Microsoft ActiveX controls, the Microsoft virtual machine (Microsoft VM) for HTML content, and file downloads have been disabled. If you trust an Internet site and need it to be functional, you can add that site to the Trusted sites zone in Internet Explorer. For more information, see Add sites to the Trusted sites zone.

Access to scripts, executable files, and other files on Universal Naming Convention (UNC) shares is restricted unless the share is added to the Local intranet zone explicitly. For more information, see Add sites to the Local intranet zone.
Local intranet zone Medium-Low When visiting intranet sites, you may be repeatedly prompted for credentials (your user name and password) as a result of the enhanced security configuration. In the past, Internet Explorer automatically passed your credentials to intranet sites. The enhanced security configuration disables the automatic detection of intranet sites. If you want your credentials to be passed automatically to certain intranet sites, add those sites to the Local intranet zone. For more information, see Add sites to the Local intranet zone.

Do not add Internet sites to the Local intranet zone, because your credentials will be passed automatically to the site if they are requested.

Trusted sites zone Medium This zone is for the Internet sites whose content you trust. For more information, see Add sites to the Trusted sites zone.
Restricted sites zone High This zone contains sites you don’t trust, such as sites that may damage your computer or data if you attempt to download or run files from them.

The enhanced security configuration also adjusts the Internet Explorer extensibility and security settings to further reduce exposure to possible future security threats. These settings can be found on the Advanced tab of Internet Options in Control Panel. The following table describes the settings that are affected.

Feature Entry New setting Result
Browsing Display enhanced security configuration dialog On Displays a dialog box to notify you when an Internet site tries to use scripting or ActiveX controls.
Browsing Enable Browser Extensions Off Disables features you installed for use with Internet Explorer that may have been created by companies other than Microsoft.
Browsing Enable Install On Demand (Internet Explorer) Off Disables installing Internet Explorer components on demand, if needed by a Web page.
Browsing Enable Install On Demand (Other) Off Disables installing Web components on demand, if needed by a Web page.
Microsoft VM JIT compiler for virtual machine enabled (requires restart) Off Disables the Microsoft VM compiler.
Multimedia Don’t display online content in the media bar On Disables playback of media content in the Internet Explorer media bar.
Multimedia Play sounds in Web pages Off Disables music and other sounds.
Multimedia Play animations in Web pages Off Disables animations.
Multimedia Play videos in Web pages Off Disables video clips.
Security Check for server certificate revocation (requires restart On Automatically checks a Web site’s certificate to see whether it has been revoked before accepting it as valid.
Security Check for signatures on downloaded programs On Automatically verifies and displays the identity of programs you download.
Security Do not save encrypted pages to disk On Disables saving secured information in your Temporary Internet Files folder.
Security Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed On Automatically clears the Temporary Internet Files folder when you close the browser.

These changes reduce the functionality in Web pages, Web-based applications, local network resources, and applications that use a browser to display online help, support, and general user assistance.

For more information on using the Local intranet or Trusted sites zones’ inclusion lists, see Managing Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration.

When Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration is enabled:

The Windows Update Web site is added to the Trusted sites zone. This allows you to continue to get important updates for your operating system.
The Windows error reporting site is added to Trusted sites zone. This allows you to report problems encountered with your operating system and search for fixes.
Several local machine sites (for example, http://localhost, https://localhost, hcp://system) are added to the Local intranet zone. This allows applications and code to work locally so that you can complete common administrative tasks.
The Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) level is set to Medium for the Trusted sites zone. If you want to change the P3P level for any zone other than the Internet Zone, go to the Privacy tab of Internet Options in Control Panel and click Import to apply a custom privacy policy. Sample privacy policies can be found at the Microsoft MSDN Library Web site (http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/security/privacy/overview/privacyimportxml.asp).
Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration and terminal servers
The enhanced security configuration applies to different user accounts according to the type of installation. The following table describes how the users are affected.

Type of Installation Enhanced security configuration is applied to
Administrators? Power Users? Limited Users? Restricted Users?
Upgrading the operating system Yes Yes No No
Unattended installation of the operating system Yes Yes No No
Manual installation of Terminal Services Yes Yes Yes** Yes**

** During the manual Terminal Services installation, you are prompted to disable Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration for users. This allows users to run a terminal server session without restrictions.

For a better experience when Terminal Services is enabled, you should remove the enhanced security configuration from members of the Users group. These users have fewer privileges on the server, so they present a lower level of risk if they are victims of an attack. For more information about applying the enhanced security configuration, see Apply Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration to specific users.

Effects of Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration on the Internet Explorer user experience
The following table describes how Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration affects each user’s experience with Internet Explorer.

Task Can be completed by
Administrators? Power Users? Limited Users? Restricted Users?
Turn on/off Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration Yes No No No
Adjust the security level for a particular zone in Internet Explorer Yes Yes No No
Add sites to the Trusted sites zone Yes Yes Yes Yes
Add sites to the Local intranet zone Yes Yes Yes Yes

All other Internet Explorer tasks can be completed by all user groups, unless the server administrator chooses to further restrict user access.

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Managing Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration
Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration is designed to reduce your server’s exposure to security threats. To ensure that you get the most benefit from the enhanced security configuration, consider these browser management recommendations:

All Internet and intranet sites are assigned to the Internet zone by default. If you trust an Internet or intranet site and need it to be functional, add the Internet site to the Trusted sites zone and add the intranet site to the Local intranet zone. For more information on the security levels for each zone, see Effects of Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration.
If you want to run a browser-based client application over the Internet, you should add the Web page that hosts the application to the Trusted sites zone. For more information, see Add sites to the Trusted sites zone.
If you want to run a browser-based client application over a protected and secure local intranet, you should add the Web page that hosts the application to the Local intranet zone. For more information, see Add sites to the Local intranet zone.
Add internal sites and local servers to the Local intranet zone to make sure you have access to, and can run, applications from your servers.
Use unattend.txt to add intranet sites and UNC servers to the Local intranet zone inclusion list as part of the installation process. For more information, see the Readme file in Deploy.cab on the Windows product CD.
Use client computers to download drivers, service packs, and so on, and avoid any browsing on servers.
If you use disk imaging to install operating systems on your servers, add the intranet sites and UNC servers you trust to the Local intranet zone and add the Internet sites that you trust to the Trusted sites zone on the base image. You can then change the list for images relative to different server types and needs.
Add sites to the Trusted sites zone
When Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration is enabled on your server, the security settings for all Internet sites are set to High. If you trust a Web page and need it to be functional, you can add that page to the Trusted sites zone in Internet Explorer.

Navigate to the site that you want to add.
If you are already viewing the site that you want to add, continue to step 2.
If you know the URL of the site that you want to add, open Internet Explorer, type the site URL in the Address bar, and then wait for the site to load.
On the File menu, click Add this site to, and then click Trusted Sites Zone.
In the Trusted sites dialog box, click Add to move the site to the list, and then click Close.
Refresh the page to view the site from its new zone.
Check the Status bar of the browser to confirm that the site is in the Trusted sites zone.
Notes

If an Internet site tries to use scripting or ActiveX controls, a dialog box is displayed to notify you. You can add the Internet site to the Trusted sites zone directly from this dialog box. If you have disabled this dialog box, you can re-enable the dialog box in Internet Explorer. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options. On the Advanced tab, select Display enhanced security configuration dialog.
A Web page can be part of only one zone at a time — you cannot add a page to both the Trusted sites zone and the Local intranet zone.
When you add a Web page to the Trusted sites zone, you are adding the domain for that page. Therefore, all pages within that domain are also added. For example, if you add http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone/ to your Trusted sites zone, you are adding http://www.microsoft.com. If you then want to view the Windows Help and Support site, you will have to add http://support.microsoft.com separately, because the Windows Help and Support site is a separate domain.
Internet Explorer maintains two different lists of sites for the Trusted Sites zone. One list is in effect when the enhanced security configuration is enabled, and a separate list is in effect when the enhanced security configuration is disabled. When you add a Web page to the Trusted sites zone, you are adding it only to the list that is currently in effect.
You can use wildcards to add all sub-domains for a given domain. For example, you can add *.microsoft.com to the list, which adds both http://www.microsoft.com and support.microsoft.com.
Many Internet sites use more than one domain to host their content. You may have to add several domains to the Trusted sites zone to have full functionality for one site.
During installation you can add many sites at one time to the Trusted sites zone by using certain settings in unattend.txt. For more information, see the Readme file in Deploy.cab on the Windows product CD. You can also use Group Policy to add and manage multiple sites. For more information, see the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Deployment Kit.
Add sites to the Local intranet zone
When Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration is enabled, the security settings for all intranet sites are set to High. As a result, you are prompted for your credentials (your user name and password) each time you visit intranet sites that have not been added to the Local intranet zone. If you routinely use intranet sites, and you know those sites are trustworthy, you can add them to the Local intranet zone in Internet Explorer.

Navigate to the site that you want to add.
If you are already viewing the site that you want to add, continue to step 2.
If you know the URL of the site that you want to add, open Internet Explorer, type the site URL in the Address bar, and then wait for the site to load.
On the File menu, click Add this site to, and then click Local Intranet Zone.
In the Local intranet dialog box, click Add to move the site to the list, and then click Close.
Refresh the page to view the site from its new zone.
Check the Status bar of the browser to confirm that the site is in the Local intranet zone.
Notes

Do not add Internet sites to the Local intranet zone, because your credentials are passed automatically to the site if they are requested.
A Web page can be part of only one zone at a time — you cannot add a page to both the Trusted sites zone and the Local intranet zone.
The enhanced security configuration also restricts access to scripts, executable files, and other potentially unsafe files on a UNC path unless it is added to the Local Intranet zone explicitly. For example, if you want to access \\server\share\setup.exe, you must add \\server to the Local intranet zone.
When you add a Web page to the Local intranet zone, you are adding the domain for that page. Therefore, all pages within that domain are also added. For example, if you add http://YourIntranetServer/SubWeb to your Local intranet zone, you are adding http://YourIntranetServer.
Internet Explorer maintains two different lists of sites for the Local intranet zone. One list is in effect when the enhanced security configuration is enabled, and a separate list is in effect when the enhanced security configuration is disabled. When you add a Web page to the Local intranet zone, you are adding it only to the list that is currently in effect.
During installation you can add many sites at one time to the Local intranet zone by using certain settings in unattend.txt. For more information, see the Readme file in Deploy.cab on the Windows product CD. You can also use Group Policy to add and manage multiple sites. For more information, see the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Deployment Kit.
Apply Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration to specific users
Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration allows you to control the level of Internet Explorer access allowed to certain user groups on your server.

Open Control Panel, click Add or Remove Programs, and then click Add/Remove Windows Components.
Select Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration, and then click Details.
Select the user group(s) that you want to apply the enhanced security configuration to — Administrators, Users, or both — and then click OK.
Click Next, and then click Finish.
Restart Internet Explorer to apply the enhanced security settings.
Notes

When you apply Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration to the Administrators group, the settings are applied to Administrators and Power Users. When you apply Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration to the Users group, the settings are applied to Limited and Restricted Users.
For up-to-date information about Internet Explorer security zones, go to the Microsoft MSDN Library Web site (http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/security/szone/overview/templates.asp).
Apply Windows 2000 default Internet Explorer security settings
If Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration is enabled on your server, you may find it necessary to use the default Internet Explorer security settings of Windows 2000.

Open Control Panel, click Add or Remove Programs, and then click Add/Remove Windows Components.
Select Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration, click the check box to clear the selection, and then click OK.
Click Next and then click Finish.
Restart Internet Explorer to apply the changes.
Important

When you restore Windows 2000 security settings for Internet Explorer, you also restore the lists of Trusted sites and Local intranet sites that were in effect at the time Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration was applied.
Applying the Windows 2000 default Internet Explorer security settings increases your server’s exposure to potential attacks from malicious Web-based content.
Strengthen Internet Explorer security settings manually on your server
If you do not use Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration in your environment, you can easily strengthen Internet Explorer by using Internet Options in Control Panel to manually raise the security settings on your server.

Open Internet Explorer.
On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
On the Security tab, select the Web content zone you want to adjust: Internet, Local intranet, Trusted sites, or Restricted sites.
Under Security level for this zone, click Default Level to use the default security level for the zone, or click Custom Level and then select the settings you want.
Notes

For Restricted sites, click Custom Level, and then click a level in the Reset to list.
For up-to-date information about Internet Explorer security zones, go to the Microsoft MSDN Library Web site (http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/security/szone/overview/templates.asp).
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Browser Security — Best Practices
Using servers for Internet browsing does not adhere to sound security practices because Internet browsing increases the exposure of your server to potential security attacks. Regardless of the browser you use, you should restrict browsing on your server.

To reduce the risk to your server of potential attacks from malicious Web-based content:

Do not use servers for browsing general Web content.
Use client computers to download drivers, service packs, and so on.
Do not view sites that you cannot confirm are secure.
Use a limited user account instead of an administrator account for general Web browsing.
Use Group Policy to keep unauthorized users from making inappropriate changes to browser security settings.
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