List of TCP and UDP port numbers

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This is a list of TCP and UDP port numbers used by protocols of the application layer of the Internet protocol suite for the establishment of host-to-host connectivity.

The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) needed only one port for full-duplex, bidirectional traffic. The Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) and the Datagram Congestion Control Protocol (DCCP) also use port numbers. They usually use port numbers that match the services of the corresponding TCP or UDP implementation, if they exist.

The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) is responsible for maintaining the official assignments of port numbers for specific uses.[1] However, many unofficial uses of both well-known and registered port numbers occur in practice. Similarly many of the official assignments refer to protocols that were never or are no longer in common use. This article lists port numbers and their associated protocols that have experienced significant uptake.

Table legend[edit]

  Official: Port is registered with IANA for the application.[1]
  Unofficial: Port is not registered with IANA for the application.
  Multiple use: Multiple applications are known to use this port.
Legend of TCP and UDP protocol table cells for port numbers
Cell Description
Yes Described protocol is standardized, specified or widely used for the port number.
No Described protocol is not standardized, specified or widely used for the port number.
Assigned Port number is assigned by IANA for protocol use,[1] but may not be standardized, specified or widely used for such.
Yes/No Port number may use the protocol conditionally only, or alternate its use (fallback if the other protocol fails).
Port 22 Port number doesn't use the protocol, but may use the protocol on another specified port (e.g., port 22).
N/A Not applicable or currently unassigned port number. For unassigned ports, the port number may be available for assignment upon requesting assignment by IANA.[2]
Reserved Protocol is reserved by IANA[1] for future use or special purposes.[2][3] See "N/A" above.
? Protocol use by port number is unknown or unverified.

Well-known ports[edit]

The port numbers in the range from 0 to 1023 are the well-known ports or system ports.[2] They are used by system processes that provide widely used types of network services. On Unix-like operating systems, a process must execute with superuser privileges to be able to bind a network socket to an IP address using one of the well-known ports.[4]

Well-known ports
Port TCP UDP IANA status[1] Description
0 Reserved Reserved Official
N/A N/A Unofficial In programming APIs (not in communication between hosts), requests a system-allocated (dynamic) port[5]
1 Yes Assigned Official TCP Port Service Multiplexer (TCPMUX). Historic. Both TCP and UDP have been assigned to TCPMUX by IANA,[1] but by design only TCP is specified.[6]
5 Assigned Assigned Official Remote Job Entry[7] was historically using socket 5 in its old socket form, while MIB PIM has identified it as TCP/5[8] and IANA has assigned both TCP and UDP 5 to it.
7 Yes Yes Official Echo Protocol[9][10]
9 Yes, and SCTP[11] Yes Official Discard Protocol[12]
No Yes Unofficial Wake-on-LAN[13]
11 Yes Yes Official Active Users (systat service)[14][15]
13 Yes Yes Official Daytime Protocol[16]
15 Yes No Unofficial Previously netstat service[1][14]
17 Yes Yes Official Quote of the Day (QOTD)[17]
18 Yes Yes Official Message Send Protocol[18][19]
19 Yes Yes Official Character Generator Protocol (CHARGEN)[20]
20 Yes, and SCTP[11] Assigned Official File Transfer Protocol (FTP) data transfer[10]
21 Yes, and SCTP[11] Assigned Official File Transfer Protocol (FTP) control (command)[10][11][21][22]
22 Yes, and SCTP[11] Assigned Official Secure Shell (SSH),[10] secure logins, file transfers (scp, sftp) and port forwarding
23 Yes Assigned Official Telnet protocol—unencrypted text communications[10][23]
25 Yes Assigned Official Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP),[10][24] used for email routing between mail servers
37 Yes Yes Official Time Protocol[25]
38 Yes Yes Official Route Access Protocol (RAP)[26][importance?]
39 Assigned Yes Official Resource Location Protocol (RLP)[27][importance?]—used for determining the location of higher level services from hosts on a network
42 Assigned Yes Official Host Name Server Protocol[28]
43 Yes Assigned Official WHOIS protocol[29][30][31]
47 Reserved Reserved Official
49 Yes Yes Official TACACS Login Host protocol.[32] TACACS+, still in draft which is an improved but dinstinct version of TACACS, only uses TCP 49.[33]
50 Assigned Yes Official Remote Mail Checking Protocol[34][importance?]
51 Reserved Reserved Official Historically used for Interface Message Processor logical address management,[35] entry has been removed by IANA on 2013-05-25
52 Assigned Assigned Official Xerox Network Systems (XNS) Time Protocol. Despite this port being assigned by IANA, the service is meant to work on SPP (ancestor of IPX/SPX), instead of TCP/IP.[36]
53 Yes Yes Official Domain Name System (DNS)[37][10]
54 Assigned Assigned Official Xerox Network Systems (XNS) Clearinghouse (Name Server). Despite this port being assigned by IANA, the service is meant to work on SPP (ancestor of IPX/SPX), instead of TCP/IP.[36]
56 Assigned Assigned Official Xerox Network Systems (XNS) Authentication Protocol. Despite this port being assigned by IANA, the service is meant to work on SPP (ancestor of IPX/SPX), instead of TCP/IP.[36]
57 Yes Yes Official Any private terminal access[further explanation needed]
58 Assigned Assigned Official Xerox Network Systems (XNS) Mail. Despite this port being assigned by IANA, the service is meant to work on SPP (ancestor of IPX/SPX), instead of TCP/IP.[36]
61 Reserved Reserved Official Historically assigned to the NIFTP-Based Mail protocol[38], but was never documented in the related IEN.[39] The port number entry was removed from IANA's registry on 2017-05-18.[1]
67 Assigned Yes Official Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) server;[10] also used by Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
68 Assigned Yes Official Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) client;[10] also used by Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
69 Assigned Yes Official Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)[10][40][41][42]
70 Yes Assigned Official Gopher protocol[43]
71–74 Yes Yes Official NETRJS protocol[44][45][46]
75 Yes Yes Official Any private dial out service[further explanation needed]
77 Yes Yes Official Any private Remote job entry[further explanation needed]
79 Yes Assigned Official Finger protocol[10][47][48]
80 Yes, and SCTP[11] Assigned Official Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)[10][49][50][51]
No Yes Unofficial Quick UDP Internet Connections (QUIC), a transport protocol over UDP (still in draft as of July 2018), using stream multiplexing, encryption by default with TLS, and currently supporting HTTP/2.[52]
81 Yes Unofficial TorPark onion routing[verification needed]
82 Yes Unofficial TorPark control[verification needed]
87 Yes Yes Official Any private terminal link[further explanation needed]
88 Yes Assigned Official Kerberos[10][53][54] authentication system
90 Yes Yes Official dnsix (DoD Network Security for Information Exchange) Securit [sic?] Attribute Token Map[importance?]
Yes Yes Unofficial PointCast (dotcom)[1][third-party source needed]
99 Yes Unofficial WIP message protocol[verification needed]
101 Yes Assigned Official NIC host name[55]
102 Yes Assigned Official ISO Transport Service Access Point (TSAP) Class 0 protocol;[56][57]
104 Yes Yes Official Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM; also port 11112)
105 Yes Yes Official CCSO Nameserver[58]
107 Yes Yes Official Remote User Telnet Service (RTelnet)[59]
108 Yes Yes Official IBM Systems Network Architecture (SNA) gateway access server
109 Yes Assigned Official Post Office Protocol, version 2 (POP2)[60]
110 Yes Assigned Official Post Office Protocol, version 3 (POP3)[10][61][62]
111 Yes Yes Official Open Network Computing Remote Procedure Call (ONC RPC, sometimes referred to as Sun RPC)
113 Yes No Official Ident, authentication service/identification protocol,[10][63] used by IRC servers to identify users
Yes Assigned Official Authentication Service (auth), the predecessor to identification protocol. Used to determine a user's identity of a particular TCP connection.[64]
115 Yes Assigned Official Simple File Transfer Protocol[10][65]
117 Yes Yes Official UUCP Mapping Project (path service)[citation needed]
118 Yes Yes Official Structured Query Language (SQL) Services[jargon]
119 Yes Assigned Official Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP),[10] retrieval of newsgroup messages[66][67]
123 Assigned Yes Official Network Time Protocol (NTP), used for time synchronization[10]
126 Yes Yes Official Formerly Unisys Unitary Login, renamed by Unisys to NXEdit. Used by Unisys Programmer's Workbench for Clearpath MCP, an IDE for Unisys MCP software development
135 Yes Yes Official DCE endpoint resolution
Yes Yes Official Microsoft EPMAP (End Point Mapper), also known as DCE/RPC Locator service,[68] used to remotely manage services including DHCP server, DNS server and WINS. Also used by DCOM
137 Yes Yes Official NetBIOS Name Service, used for name registration and resolution[69][70]
138 Assigned Yes Official NetBIOS Datagram Service[10][69][70]
139 Yes Assigned Official NetBIOS Session Service[69][70]
143 Yes Assigned Official Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP),[10] management of electronic mail messages on a server[71]
152 Yes Yes Official Background File Transfer Program (BFTP)[72][importance?]
153 Yes Yes Official Simple Gateway Monitoring Protocol (SGMP), a protocol for remote inspection and alteration of gateway management information[73]
156 Yes Yes Official Structured Query Language (SQL) Service[jargon]
158 Yes Yes Official Distributed Mail System Protocol (DMSP, sometimes referred to as Pcmail)[74][importance?]
161 Assigned Yes Official Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)[75][citation needed][10]
162 Yes Yes Official Simple Network Management Protocol Trap (SNMPTRAP)[75][76][citation needed]
170 Yes Yes Official Print server[verification needed]
177 Yes Yes Official X Display Manager Control Protocol (XDMCP), used for remote logins to an X Display Manager server[77]
179 Yes, and SCTP[11] Assigned Official Border Gateway Protocol (BGP),[78] used to exchange routing and reachability information among autonomous systems (AS) on the Internet
194 Yes Yes Official Internet Relay Chat (IRC)[79]
199 Yes Yes Official SNMP multiplexing protocol (SMUX)[80][81][importance?]
201 Yes Yes Official AppleTalk Routing Maintenance
209 Yes Assigned Official Quick Mail Transfer Protocol[82]
210 Yes Yes Official ANSI Z39.50
213 Yes Yes Official Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX)
218 Yes Yes Official Message posting protocol (MPP)
220 Yes Yes Official Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), version 3
225–241 Reserved Reserved Official
249–255 Reserved Reserved Official
259 Yes Yes Official Efficient Short Remote Operations (ESRO)
262 Yes Yes Official Arcisdms
264 Yes Yes Official Border Gateway Multicast Protocol (BGMP)
280 Yes Yes Official http-mgmt
300 Yes Unofficial ThinLinc Web Access
308 Yes Official Novastor Online Backup
311 Yes Assigned Official Mac OS X Server Admin[10] (officially AppleShare IP Web administration[1])
318 Yes Yes Official PKIX Time Stamp Protocol (TSP)
319 Yes Official Precision Time Protocol (PTP) event messages
320 Yes Official Precision Time Protocol (PTP) general messages
350 Yes Yes Official Mapping of Airline Traffic over Internet Protocol (MATIP) type A
351 Yes Yes Official MATIP type B
356 Yes Yes Official cloanto-net-1 (used by Cloanto Amiga Explorer and VMs)
366 Yes Yes Official On-Demand Mail Relay (ODMR)
369 Yes Yes Official Rpc2portmap
370 Yes Yes Official codaauth2, Coda authentication server
Yes Official securecast1, outgoing packets to NAI's SecureCast servers[83]As of 2000
371 Yes Yes Official ClearCase albd
383 Yes Yes Official HP data alarm manager
384 Yes Yes Official A Remote Network Server System
387 Yes Yes Official AURP (AppleTalk Update-based Routing Protocol)[84]
389 Yes Assigned Official Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)[10]
399 Yes Yes Official Digital Equipment Corporation DECnet (Phase V+) over TCP/IP
401 Yes Yes Official Uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
427 Yes Yes Official Service Location Protocol (SLP)[10]
433 Yes Yes Official NNSP, part of Network News Transfer Protocol
434 Yes Yes Official Mobile IP Agent (RFC 5944)
443 Yes, and SCTP[11] Assigned Official Hypertext Transfer Protocol over TLS/SSL (HTTPS)[10]
No Yes Unofficial Quick UDP Internet Connections (QUIC), a transport protocol over UDP (still in draft as of July 2018), using stream multiplexing, encryption by default with TLS, and currently supporting HTTP/2.[52]
444 Yes Yes Official Simple Network Paging Protocol (SNPP), RFC 1568
445 Yes Yes Official Microsoft-DS (Directory Services) Active Directory,[85] Windows shares
Yes Assigned Official Microsoft-DS (Directory Services) SMB[10] file sharing
464 Yes Yes Official Kerberos Change/Set password
465 Yes No Official URL Rendezvous Directory for SSM (Cisco protocol)[importance?]
Yes No Official Authenticated SMTP[10] over TLS/SSL (SMTPS)[86]
475 Yes Yes Official tcpnethaspsrv, Aladdin Knowledge Systems Hasp services
491 Yes Unofficial GO-Global remote access and application publishing software
497 Yes Yes Official Retrospect
500 Assigned Yes Official Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol (ISAKMP) / Internet Key Exchange (IKE)[10]
502 Yes Yes Official Modbus Protocol
504 Yes Yes Official Citadel, multiservice protocol for dedicated clients for the Citadel groupware system
510 Yes Yes Official FirstClass Protocol (FCP), used by FirstClass client/server groupware system
512 Yes Official Rexec, Remote Process Execution
Yes Official comsat, together with biff
513 Yes Official rlogin
Yes Official Who[87]
514 Yes Official Remote Shell, used to execute non-interactive commands on a remote system (Remote Shell, rsh, remsh)
No Yes Official Syslog,[10] used for system logging
515 Yes Assigned Official Line Printer Daemon (LPD),[10] print service
517 Yes Official Talk
518 Yes Official NTalk
520 Yes Official efs, extended file name server
Yes Official Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
521 Yes Official Routing Information Protocol Next Generation (RIPng)
524 Yes Yes Official NetWare Core Protocol (NCP) is used for a variety things such as access to primary NetWare server resources, Time Synchronization, etc.
525 Yes Official Timed, Timeserver
530 Yes Yes Official Remote procedure call (RPC)
532 Yes Assigned Official netnews[10]
533 Yes Official netwall, For Emergency Broadcasts
540 Yes Official Unix-to-Unix Copy Protocol (UUCP)
542 Yes Yes Official commerce (Commerce Applications)
543 Yes Official klogin, Kerberos login
544 Yes Official kshell, Kerberos Remote shell
546 Yes Yes Official DHCPv6 client
547 Yes Yes Official DHCPv6 server
548 Yes Assigned Official Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) over TCP[10]
550 Yes Yes Official new-rwho, new-who[87]
554 Yes Yes Official Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)[10]
556 Yes Official Remotefs, RFS, rfs_server
560 Yes Official rmonitor, Remote Monitor
561 Yes Official monitor
563 Yes Yes Official NNTP over TLS/SSL (NNTPS)
564 Yes Unofficial 9P (Plan 9)
585 Port 993 ? Unofficial Legacy use of Internet Message Access Protocol over TLS/SSL (IMAPS), now in use at port 993.[88]
587 Yes Assigned Official email message submission[10][89] (SMTP)
591 Yes Official FileMaker 6.0 (and later) Web Sharing (HTTP Alternate, also see port 80)
593 Yes Yes Official HTTP RPC Ep Map, Remote procedure call over Hypertext Transfer Protocol, often used by Distributed Component Object Model services and Microsoft Exchange Server
601 Yes Official Reliable Syslog Service — used for system logging
604 Yes Official TUNNEL profile,[90] a protocol for BEEP peers to form an application layer tunnel
623 Yes Official ASF Remote Management and Control Protocol (ASF-RMCP) & IPMI Remote Management Protocol
625 Yes No Unofficial Open Directory Proxy (ODProxy)[10]
631 Yes Yes Official Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)[10]
Yes Yes Unofficial Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) administration console (extension to IPP)
635 Yes Yes Official RLZ DBase
636 Yes Assigned Official Lightweight Directory Access Protocol over TLS/SSL (LDAPS)[10]
639 Yes Yes Official MSDP, Multicast Source Discovery Protocol
641 Yes Yes Official SupportSoft Nexus Remote Command (control/listening), a proxy gateway connecting remote control traffic
643 Yes Yes Official SANity
646 Yes Yes Official Label Distribution Protocol (LDP), a routing protocol used in MPLS networks
647 Yes Official DHCP Failover protocol[91]
648 Yes Official Registry Registrar Protocol (RRP)[92]
651 Yes Yes Official IEEE-MMS
653 Yes Yes Official SupportSoft Nexus Remote Command (data), a proxy gateway connecting remote control traffic
654 Yes Official Media Management System (MMS) Media Management Protocol (MMP)[93]
655 Yes Yes Official Tinc VPN daemon
657 Yes Yes Official IBM RMC (Remote monitoring and Control) protocol, used by System p5 AIX Integrated Virtualization Manager (IVM)[94] and Hardware Management Console to connect managed logical partitions (LPAR) to enable dynamic partition reconfiguration
660 Yes Assigned Official Mac OS X Server administration,[1] version 10.4 and earlier[10]
666 Yes Yes Official Doom, first online first-person shooter
Yes Unofficial airserv-ng, aircrack-ng's server for remote-controlling wireless devices
674 Yes Official Application Configuration Access Protocol (ACAP)
688 Yes Yes Official REALM-RUSD (ApplianceWare Server Appliance Management Protocol)
690 Yes Yes Official Velneo Application Transfer Protocol (VATP)
691 Yes Official MS Exchange Routing
694 Yes Yes Official Linux-HA high-availability heartbeat
695 Yes Official IEEE Media Management System over SSL (IEEE-MMS-SSL)[95]
698 Yes Official Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR)
700 Yes Official Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP), a protocol for communication between domain name registries and registrars (RFC 5734)
701 Yes Official Link Management Protocol (LMP),[96] a protocol that runs between a pair of nodes and is used to manage traffic engineering (TE) links
702 Yes Official IRIS[97][98] (Internet Registry Information Service) over BEEP (Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol)[99] (RFC 3983)
706 Yes Official Secure Internet Live Conferencing (SILC)
711 Yes Official Cisco Tag Distribution Protocol[100][101][102]—being replaced by the MPLS Label Distribution Protocol[103]
712 Yes Official Topology Broadcast based on Reverse-Path Forwarding routing protocol (TBRPF; RFC 3684)
749 Yes Yes Official Kerberos (protocol) administration[10]
750 Yes Official kerberos-iv, Kerberos version IV
751 Yes Yes Unofficial kerberos_master, Kerberos authentication
752 Yes Unofficial passwd_server, Kerberos password (kpasswd) server
753 Yes Yes Official Reverse Routing Header (RRH)[104]
Yes Unofficial userreg_server, Kerberos userreg server
754 Yes Yes Official tell send
Yes Unofficial krb5_prop, Kerberos v5 slave propagation
760 Yes Yes Unofficial krbupdate [kreg], Kerberos registration
782 Yes Unofficial Conserver serial-console management server
783 Yes Unofficial SpamAssassin spamd daemon
800 Yes Yes Official mdbs-daemon
808 Yes Unofficial Microsoft Net.TCP Port Sharing Service
829 Yes Assigned Official Certificate Management Protocol[105]
830 Yes Yes Official NETCONF over SSH
831 Yes Yes Official NETCONF over BEEP
832 Yes Yes Official NETCONF for SOAP over HTTPS
833 Yes Yes Official NETCONF for SOAP over BEEP
843 Yes Unofficial Adobe Flash[106]
847 Yes Official DHCP Failover protocol
848 Yes Yes Official Group Domain Of Interpretation (GDOI) protocol
853 Yes Yes Official DNS over TLS (RFC 7858)
860 Yes Official iSCSI (RFC 3720)
861 Yes Yes Official OWAMP control (RFC 4656)
862 Yes Yes Official TWAMP control (RFC 5357)
873 Yes Official rsync file synchronization protocol
888 Yes Unofficial cddbp, CD DataBase (CDDB) protocol (CDDBP)
Yes Unofficial IBM Endpoint Manager Remote Control
897 Yes Yes Unofficial Brocade SMI-S RPC
898 Yes Yes Unofficial Brocade SMI-S RPC SSL
902 Yes Yes Unofficial VMware ESXi[107][108]
903 Yes Unofficial VMware ESXi[107][108]
953 Yes Reserved Official BIND remote name daemon control (RNDC)[109][110]
981 Yes Unofficial Remote HTTPS management for firewall devices running embedded Check Point VPN-1 software[111]
987 Yes Unofficial Microsoft Remote Web Workplace, a feature of Windows Small Business Server[112]
989 Yes Yes Official FTPS Protocol (data), FTP over TLS/SSL
990 Yes Yes Official FTPS Protocol (control), FTP over TLS/SSL
991 Yes Yes Official Netnews Administration System (NAS)[113]
992 Yes Yes Official Telnet protocol over TLS/SSL
993 Yes Assigned Official Internet Message Access Protocol over TLS/SSL (IMAPS)[10]
994 Reserved Reserved Official
Maybe Maybe Unofficial Internet Relay Chat over TLS/SSL (IRCS). Previously assigned, but not used in common practice.[79]
995 Yes Yes Official Post Office Protocol 3 over TLS/SSL (POP3S)[10]
1010 Yes Unofficial ThinLinc web-based administration interface[114]
1011–1020 Reserved Reserved Official
1023 Reserved Reserved Official [1]
Yes Yes Unofficial z/OS Network File System (NFS) (potentially ports 991–1023)[115]

Registered ports[edit]

The range of port numbers from 1024 to 49151 are the registered ports. They are assigned by IANA for specific service upon application by a requesting entity.[1] On most systems, registered ports can be used without superuser privileges.

Registered ports
Port TCP UDP Description IANA status[1]
1024 Reserved Reserved Reserved Official
1027 Reserved Reserved Official
Yes Native IPv6 behind IPv4-to-IPv4 NAT Customer Premises Equipment (6a44)[116] Official
1028 Deprecated Official
1029 Microsoft DCOM services Official
1058 Yes Yes nim, IBM AIX Network Installation Manager (NIM) Official
1059 Yes Yes nimreg, IBM AIX Network Installation Manager (NIM) Official
1080 Yes Yes SOCKS proxy Official
1085 Yes Yes WebObjects[10] Official
1098 Yes Yes rmiactivation, Java remote method invocation (RMI) activation Official
1099 Yes Assigned rmiregistry, Java remote method invocation (RMI) registry Official
1109 Reserved – IANA Official
Yes Kerberos Post Office Protocol (KPOP)[citation needed] Unofficial
1119 Yes Yes Battle.net chat/game protocol, used by Blizzard's games[117] Official
1167 Yes, and SCTP Yes Cisco IP SLA (Service Assurance Agent) Official
1194 Yes Yes OpenVPN Official
1198 Yes Yes The cajo project Free dynamic transparent distributed computing in Java Official
1214 Yes Yes Kazaa Official
1220 Yes Assigned QuickTime Streaming Server administration[10] Official
1234 Yes Yes Infoseek search agent Official
Yes VLC media player default port for UDP/RTP stream[citation needed] Unofficial
1241 Yes Yes Nessus Security Scanner Official
1270 Yes Yes Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) (formerly Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM)) agent Official
1293 Yes Yes Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) Official
1311 Yes Yes Windows RxMon.exe Official
Yes Dell OpenManage HTTPS[118] Unofficial
1314 ? ? Festival Speech Synthesis System server[119] Unofficial
1337 Yes neo4j-shell[citation needed] Unofficial
Yes WASTE Encrypted File Sharing Program[citation needed] Unofficial
1341 Yes Yes Qubes (Manufacturing Execution System) Official
1344 Yes Yes Internet Content Adaptation Protocol Official
1352 Yes Yes IBM Lotus Notes/Domino (RPC) protocol Official
1360 Yes Yes Mimer SQL Official
1414 Yes Yes IBM WebSphere MQ (formerly known as MQSeries) Official
1417 Yes Yes Timbuktu Service 1 Port Official
1418 Yes Yes Timbuktu Service 2 Port Official
1419 Yes Yes Timbuktu Service 3 Port Official
1420 Yes Yes Timbuktu Service 4 Port Official
1431 Yes Reverse Gossip Transport Protocol (RGTP), used to access a General-purpose Reverse-Ordered Gossip Gathering System (GROGGS) bulletin board, such as that implemented on the Cambridge University's Phoenix system Official
1433 Yes Yes Microsoft SQL Server database management system (MSSQL) server Official
1434 Yes Yes Microsoft SQL Server database management system (MSSQL) monitor Official
1492 Yes Sid Meier's CivNet, a multiplayer remake of the original Sid Meier's Civilization game[citation needed] Unofficial
1494 Yes Yes Citrix Independent Computing Architecture (ICA)[120] Unofficial
1500 Yes IBM Tivoli Storage Manager server[121] Unofficial
1501 Yes IBM Tivoli Storage Manager client scheduler[121] Unofficial
1503 Yes Yes Windows Live Messenger (Whiteboard and Application Sharing)[122] Unofficial
1512 Yes Yes Microsoft's Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) Official
1513 Yes Yes Garena game client[citation needed] Unofficial
1521 Yes Yes nCUBE License Manager Official
Yes Oracle database default listener, in future releases[when?][123] official port 2483 (TCP/IP) and 2484 (TCP/IP with SSL) Unofficial
1524 Yes Yes ingreslock, ingres Official
1527 Yes Yes Oracle Net Services, formerly known as SQL*Net[124] Official
Yes Apache Derby Network Server[125] Unofficial
1533 Yes Yes IBM Sametime Virtual Places Chat Official
1540 Yes Yes 1C:Enterprise server agent (ragent) [126] [127] Unofficial
1541 Yes Yes 1C:Enterprise master cluster manager (rmngr) [126] Unofficial
1542 Yes Yes 1C:Enterprise configuration repository server [126] Unofficial
1545 Yes Yes 1C:Enterprise cluster administration server (RAS) [126] Unofficial
1547 Yes Yes Laplink Official
1550 Yes Yes 1C:Enterprise debug server [126] Unofficial
Yes Gadu-Gadu (direct client-to-client)[citation needed] Unofficial
1560-1591 Yes Yes 1C:Enterprise cluster working processes [126] Unofficial
1581 Yes Yes MIL STD 2045-47001 VMF Official
Yes IBM Tivoli Storage Manager web client[121] Unofficial
1582–1583 Yes IBM Tivoli Storage Manager server web interface[121] Unofficial
1583 ? ? Pervasive PSQL[128] Unofficial
1589 Yes Yes Cisco VLAN Query Protocol (VQP) Official
1604 Yes Yes DarkComet remote administration tool (RAT)[citation needed] Unofficial
1626 Yes ? iSketch[129] Unofficial
1627 Yes ? iSketch[129] Unofficial
1628 Yes Yes LonTalk normal Official
1629 Yes Yes LonTalk urgent Official
1645 Yes Early deployment of RADIUS before RFC standardization was done using UDP port number 1645. Enabled for compatibility reasons by default on Cisco[citation needed] and Juniper Networks RADIUS servers.[130] Official port is 1812. TCP port 1645 must not be used.[131] Unofficial
1646 Yes Old radacct port,[when?] RADIUS accounting protocol. Enabled for compatibility reasons by default on Cisco[citation needed] and Juniper Networks RADIUS servers.[130] Official port is 1813. TCP port 1646 must not be used.[131] Unofficial
1666 Yes Perforce[132] Unofficial
1677 Yes Yes Novell GroupWise clients in client/server access mode Official
1688 Yes Microsoft Key Management Service (KMS) for Windows Activation[133] Unofficial
1701 Yes Yes Layer 2 Forwarding Protocol (L2F) Official
Assigned Yes Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)[10] Official
1707 Yes Yes Windward Studios games (vdmplay) Official
Yes L2TP/IPsec, for establish an initial connection[134] Unofficial
1716 Yes America's Army, a massively multiplayer online game (MMO)[135] Unofficial
1719 Yes Yes H.323 registration and alternate communication Official
1720 Yes Yes H.323 call signaling Official
1723 Yes Assigned Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)[10] Official
1755 Yes Yes Microsoft Media Services (MMS, ms-streaming) Official
1761 Yes Yes Novell ZENworks[136][137] Unofficial
1783 Decomissioned [sic] Port 04/14/00, ms Official
1801 Yes Yes Microsoft Message Queuing Official
1812 Yes Yes RADIUS authentication protocol, radius Official
1813 Yes Yes RADIUS accounting protocol, radius-acct Official
1863 Yes Yes Microsoft Notification Protocol (MSNP), used by the Microsoft Messenger service and a number of instant messaging Messenger clients Official
1880 ? ? Node-RED[138] Unofficial
1883 Yes Yes MQTT (formerly MQ Telemetry Transport) Official
1900 Assigned Yes Simple Service Discovery Protocol (SSDP),[10] discovery of UPnP devices Official
1935 Yes Yes Macromedia Flash Communications Server MX, the precursor to Adobe Flash Media Server before Macromedia's acquisition by Adobe on December 3, 2005 Official
Yes Yes Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP)[citation needed], primarily used in Adobe Flash[139] Unofficial
1967 Yes Cisco IOS IP Service Level Agreements (IP SLAs) Control Protocol[citation needed] Unofficial
1970 Yes Yes Netop Remote Control Official
1972 Yes Yes InterSystems Caché Official
1984 Yes Yes Big Brother Official
1985 Assigned Yes Cisco Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)[140] Official
1998 Yes Yes Cisco X.25 over TCP (XOT) service Official
2000 Yes Yes Cisco Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP) Official
2010 ? ? Artemis: Spaceship Bridge Simulator[141] Unofficial
2033 Yes Yes Civilization IV multiplayer[142] Unofficial
2049 Yes, and SCTP Yes Network File System (NFS)[10] Official
2056 Yes Yes Civilization IV multiplayer[142] Unofficial
2080 Yes Yes Autodesk NLM (FLEXlm) Official
2082 Yes cPanel default[143] Unofficial
2083 Yes Yes Secure RADIUS Service (radsec) Official
Yes cPanel default SSL[143] Unofficial
2086 Yes Yes GNUnet Official
Yes WebHost Manager default[143] Unofficial
2087 Yes WebHost Manager default SSL[143] Unofficial
2095 Yes cPanel default web mail[143] Official
2096 Yes cPanel default SSL web mail[143] Unofficial
2100 Yes Warzone 2100 multiplayer[citation needed] Unofficial
2101 Yes Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol (NTRIP)[citation needed] Unofficial
2102 Yes Yes Zephyr Notification Service server Official
2103 Yes Yes Zephyr Notification Service serv-hm connection Official
2104 Yes Yes Zephyr Notification Service hostmanager Official
2123 Yes Yes GTP control messages (GTP-C) Official
2142 Yes Yes TDMoIP (TDM over IP) Official
2152 Yes Yes GTP user data messages (GTP-U) Official
2159 Yes Yes GDB remote debug port Official
2181 Yes Yes EForward-document transport system Official
Yes Apache ZooKeeper default client port[citation needed] Unofficial
2195 Yes Apple Push Notification Service[10][144] Unofficial
2196 Yes Apple Push Notification Service, feedback service[10][144] Unofficial
2210 Yes Yes NOAAPORT Broadcast Network Official
2211 Yes Yes EMWIN Official
2221 Yes ESET anti-virus updates[145] Unofficial
2222 Yes Yes EtherNet/IP implicit messaging for IO data Official
? ? DirectAdmin Access[146] Unofficial
2222–2226 Yes ESET Remote administrator[145] Official
2261 Yes Yes CoMotion master Official
2262 Yes Yes CoMotion backup Official
2266 Yes Yes M-Files Official
2302 Yes ArmA multiplayer[citation needed] Unofficial
Yes Halo: Combat Evolved multiplayer host[147] Unofficial
2303 Yes ArmA multiplayer (default port for game +1)[citation needed] Unofficial
Yes Halo: Combat Evolved multiplayer listener[147] Unofficial
2305 Yes ArmA multiplayer (default port for game +3)[citation needed] Unofficial
2351 Yes AIM game LAN network port[citation needed] Unofficial
2368 Yes Ghost (blogging platform)[148] Unofficial
2369 Yes Default for BMC Control-M/Server Configuration Agent Unofficial
2370 Yes Default for BMC Control-M/Server, to allow the Control-M/Enterprise Manager to connect to the Control-M/Server Unofficial
2372 Yes Default for K9 Web Protection/parental controls, content filtering agent[citation needed] Unofficial
2375 Yes Reserved Docker REST API (plain) Official
2376 Yes Reserved Docker REST API (SSL) Official
2377 Yes Reserved Docker Swarm cluster management communications[149] Official
2379 Yes Reserved CoreOS etcd client communication Official
Yes KGS Go Server[150] Unofficial
2380 Yes Reserved CoreOS etcd server communication Official
2399 Yes Yes FileMaker Data Access Layer (ODBC/JDBC) Official
2401 Yes Yes CVS version control system password-based server Official
2404 Yes Yes IEC 60870-5-104, used to send electric power telecontrol messages between two systems via directly connected data circuits Official
2424 Yes OrientDB database listening for binary client connections[151] Unofficial
2427 Yes Yes Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) media gateway Official
2447 Yes Yes ovwdb—OpenView Network Node Manager (NNM) daemon Official
2480 Yes OrientDB database listening for HTTP client connections[151] Unofficial
2483 Yes Yes Oracle database listening for insecure client connections to the listener, replaces port 1521[when?] Official
2484 Yes Yes Oracle database listening for SSL client connections to the listener Official
2535 Yes Yes Multicast Address Dynamic Client Allocation Protocol (MADCAP).[152] All standard messages are UDP datagrams.[153] Official
2541 Yes Yes LonTalk/IP Official
2546–2548 Yes Yes EVault data protection services Official
2593 Yes Yes Ultima Online servers[citation needed] Unofficial
2598 Yes Citrix Independent Computing Architecture (ICA) with Session Reliability; port 1494 without session reliability[120] Unofficial
2599 Yes Yes Ultima Online servers[citation needed] Unofficial
2638 Yes Yes SQL Anywhere database server[154][155] Official
2710 Yes Yes XBT Tracker.[156] UDP tracker extension is considered experimental.[157] Unofficial
2727 Yes Yes Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) media gateway controller (call agent) Official
2809 Yes Yes corbaloc:iiop URL, per the CORBA 3.0.3 specification Official
2811 Yes Yes gsi ftp, per the GridFTP specification Official
2827 Yes I2P BOB Bridge[158] Unofficial
2944 Yes Yes Megaco text H.248 Official
2945 Yes Yes Megaco binary (ASN.1) H.248 Official
2947 Yes Yes gpsd, GPS daemon Official
2948 Yes Yes WAP push Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) Official
2949 Yes Yes WAP push secure (MMS) Official
2967 Yes Yes Symantec System Center agent (SSC-AGENT) Official
3000 Yes Cloud9 IDE server[citation needed] Unofficial
Yes Ruby on Rails development default[159] Unofficial
Yes Meteor development default[160][not in citation given] Unofficial
Yes Yes Resilio Sync,[161] spun from BitTorrent Sync. Unofficial
Yes Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS)[citation needed] Unofficial
3004 Yes iSync[10] Unofficial
3020 Yes Yes Common Internet File System (CIFS). See also port 445 for Server Message Block (SMB), a dialect of CIFS. Official
3050 Yes Yes gds-db (Interbase/Firebird databases) Official
3052 Yes Yes APC PowerChute Network Official
3074 Yes Yes Xbox LIVE and Games for Windows – Live Official
3101 Yes BlackBerry Enterprise Server communication protocol[162] Unofficial
3128 Yes ? Squid caching web proxy[163] Unofficial
3225 Yes Yes Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP) Official
3233 Yes Yes WhiskerControl research control protocol Official
3260 Yes Yes iSCSI Official
3268 Yes Yes msft-gc, Microsoft Global Catalog (LDAP service which contains data from Active Directory forests) Official
3269 Yes Yes msft-gc-ssl, Microsoft Global Catalog over SSL (similar to port 3268, LDAP over SSL) Official
3283 Yes Yes Net Assistant,[10] a predecessor to Apple Remote Desktop Official
Yes Yes Apple Remote Desktop 2.0 or later[10] Unofficial
3290 Yes Virtual Air Traffic Simulation (VATSIM) network voice communication[citation needed] Unofficial
3305 Yes Yes Odette File Transfer Protocol (OFTP) Official
3306 Yes Assigned MySQL database system[10] Official
3313 Yes Verisys file integrity monitoring software Unofficial
3316 Yes AzimuthVMS database port for the CCTV recording software AzimuthVMS Unofficial
3323 Yes Yes DECE GEODI Server Unofficial
3332 Yes Thundercloud DataPath Overlay Control Unofficial
3333 Yes Eggdrop, an IRC bot default port[164] Unofficial
Yes Network Caller ID server Unofficial
Yes CruiseControl.rb[165] Unofficial
3351 ? ? Pervasive PSQL[128] Unofficial
3386 Yes Yes GTP' 3GPP GSM/UMTS CDR logging protocol Official
3389 Yes Yes Microsoft Terminal Server (RDP) officially registered as Windows Based Terminal (WBT)[166] Official
3396 Yes Yes Novell NDPS Printer Agent Official
3412 Yes Yes xmlBlaster Official
3455 Yes Yes Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) Official
3423 Yes Xware xTrm Communication Protocol Official
3424 Yes Xware xTrm Communication Protocol over SSL Official
3478 Yes Yes STUN, a protocol for NAT traversal[167] Official
Yes Yes TURN, a protocol for NAT traversal[168] (extension to STUN) Official
Yes Yes STUN Behavior Discovery.[169] See also port 5349. Official
3479 Yes Yes PlayStation Network[170] Unofficial
3480 Yes Yes PlayStation Network[170] Unofficial
3483 Yes Slim Devices discovery protocol Official
Yes Slim Devices SlimProto protocol Official
3493 Yes Yes Network UPS Tools (NUT) Official
3516 Yes Yes Smartcard Port Official
3527 Yes Microsoft Message Queuing Official
3535 Yes SMTP alternate[171] Unofficial
3544 Yes Teredo tunneling Official
3632 Yes Assigned Distcc, distributed compiler[10] Official
3645 Yes Yes Cyc Official
3659 Yes Yes Apple SASL, used by Mac OS X Server Password Server[10] Official
Yes Battlefield 4 Unofficial
3667 Yes Yes Information Exchange Official
3689 Yes Assigned Digital Audio Access Protocol (DAAP), used by Apple's iTunes and AirPlay[10] Official
3690 Yes Yes Subversion (SVN)[10] version control system Official
3702 Yes Yes Web Services Dynamic Discovery (WS-Discovery), used by various components of Windows Vista and later Official
3724 Yes Yes Some Blizzard games[117] Official
Yes Club Penguin Disney online game for kids Unofficial
3725 Yes Yes Netia NA-ER Port Official
3768 Yes Yes RBLcheckd server daemon Official
3784 Yes Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD)for IPv4 and IPv6 (Single Hop) (RFC 5881) Official
3785 Yes VoIP program used by Ventrilo Unofficial
3799 Yes RADIUS change of authorization Official
3804 Yes Yes Harman Professional HiQnet protocol Official
3825 Yes RedSeal Networks client/server connection[citation needed] Unofficial
3826 Yes Yes WarMUX game server Official
Yes RedSeal Networks client/server connection[citation needed] Unofficial
3835 Yes RedSeal Networks client/server connection[citation needed] Unofficial
3830 Yes Yes System Management Agent, developed and used by Cerner to monitor and manage solutions Official
3856 Yes Yes ERP Server Application used by F10 Software Unofficial
3880 Yes Yes IGRS Official
3868 Yes, and SCTP Diameter base protocol (RFC 3588) Official
3872 Yes Oracle Enterprise Manager Remote Agent Official
3900 Yes udt_os, IBM UniData UDT OS[172] Official
3960 Yes Warframe online interaction[citation needed] Unofficial
3962 Yes Warframe online interaction[citation needed] Unofficial
3978 Yes Yes OpenTTD game (masterserver and content service) Unofficial
3979 Yes Yes OpenTTD game Unofficial
3999 Yes Yes Norman distributed scanning service Official
4000 Yes Yes Diablo II game Unofficial
4001 Yes Microsoft Ants game Unofficial
Yes CoreOS etcd client communication Unofficial
4018 Yes Yes Protocol information and warnings[clarification needed] Official
4035 Yes IBM Rational Developer for System z Remote System Explorer Daemon Unofficial
4045 Yes Yes Solaris lockd NFS lock daemon/manager Unofficial
4050 Yes Mud Master Chat protocol (MMCP) - Peer-to-peer communications between MUD clients.[173] Unofficial
4069 Yes Minger Email Address Verification Protocol[174] Official
4089 Yes Yes OpenCORE Remote Control Service Official
4090 Yes Yes Kerio Official
4093 Yes Yes PxPlus Client server interface ProvideX Official
4096 Yes Yes Ascom Timeplex Bridge Relay Element (BRE) Official
4105 Yes Yes Shofar (ShofarNexus) Official
4111 Yes Assigned Xgrid[10] Official
4116 Yes Yes Smartcard-TLS Official
4125 Yes Microsoft Remote Web Workplace administration Unofficial
4172 Yes Yes Teradici PCoIP Official
4190 Yes ManageSieve[175] Official
4198 Yes Yes Couch Potato Android app[176] Unofficial
4201 Yes TinyMUD and various derivatives Unofficial
4222 Yes NATS server default port[177] Unofficial
4226 Yes Yes Aleph One, a computer game Unofficial
4242 Yes OrthancDICOM server[178] Unofficial
Yes Quassel distributed IRC client Unofficial
4243 Yes Docker implementations, redistributions, and setups default[179][needs update?] Unofficial
Yes CrashPlan Unofficial
4244 Yes Yes Viber[180] Unofficial
4303 Yes Yes Simple Railroad Command Protocol (SRCP) Official
4307 Yes TrueConf Client - TrueConf Server media data exchange[181] Official
4321 Yes Referral Whois (RWhois) Protocol[182] Official
4352 Yes PJLink, by JBMIA for controlling projectors via LAN connections Official
4444 Yes Yes Oracle WebCenter Content: Content Server—Intradoc Socket port. (formerly known as Oracle Universal Content Management). Unofficial
? ? Metasploit's default listener port[citation needed] Unofficial
Yes Yes Xvfb X server virtual frame buffer service Unofficial
4444–4445 Yes I2P HTTP/S proxy Unofficial
4486 Yes Yes Integrated Client Message Service (ICMS) Official
4488 Yes Assigned Apple Wide Area Connectivity Service, used by Back to My Mac[10] Official
4500 Assigned Yes IPSec NAT Traversal[10] (RFC 3947, RFC 4306) Official
4502–4534 Yes Microsoft Silverlight connectable ports under non-elevated trust Official
4505–4506 Yes Salt master Unofficial
4534 Yes Armagetron Advanced server default Unofficial
4560 Yes default Log4j socketappender port Unofficial
4567 Yes Sinatra default server port in development mode (HTTP) Unofficial
4569 Yes Inter-Asterisk eXchange (IAX2) Official
4604 Yes Identity Registration Protocol Official
4605 Yes Direct End to End Secure Chat Protocol Official
4610–4640 Yes QualiSystems TestShell Suite Services Unofficial
4662 Yes Yes OrbitNet Message Service Official
Yes Default for older versions of eMule[183] Unofficial
4664 Yes Google Desktop Search Unofficial
4672 Yes Default for older versions of eMule[183] Unofficial
4711 Yes eMule optional web interface[183] Unofficial
4713 Yes PulseAudio sound server Unofficial
4728 Yes Computer Associates Desktop and Server Management (DMP)/Port Multiplexer[184] Official
4730 Yes Yes Gearman's job server Official
4739 Yes Yes IP Flow Information Export Official
4747 Yes Apprentice Unofficial
4750 Yes BladeLogic Agent Unofficial
4753 Yes Yes SIMON (service and discovery) Official
4789 Yes Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network (VXLAN)[185] Official
4840 Yes Yes OPC UA Connection Protocol (TCP) and OPC UA Multicast Datagram Protocol (UDP) for OPC Unified Architecture from OPC Foundation Official
4843 Yes Yes OPC UA TCP Protocol over TLS/SSL for OPC Unified Architecture from OPC Foundation Official
4847 Yes Yes Web Fresh Communication, Quadrion Software & Odorless Entertainment Official
4848 Yes Java, Glassfish Application Server administration default Unofficial
4894 Yes Yes LysKOM Protocol A Official
4949 Yes Munin Resource Monitoring Tool Official
4950 Yes Yes Cylon Controls UC32 Communications Port Official
5000 Yes UPnP—Windows network device interoperability Unofficial
Yes Yes VTun, VPN Software Unofficial
Yes FlightGear multiplayer[186] Unofficial
Yes Synology Inc. Management Console, File Station, Audio Station Unofficial
Yes Flask Development Webserver Unofficial
Yes Heroku console access Official
Yes AT&T U-verse public, educational, and government access (PEG) streaming over HTTP[187] Unofficial
5000–5500 No Yes League of Legends, a multiplayer online battle arena video game[188] Unofficial
5001 Yes Slingbox and Slingplayer Unofficial
Yes Yes Iperf (Tool for measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance) Unofficial
Yes Synology Inc. Secured Management Console, File Station, Audio Station Unofficial
5002 Yes ASSA ARX access control system[189] Unofficial
5003 Yes Assigned FileMaker – name binding and transport[10] Official
5004 Yes, and DCCP Yes Real-time Transport Protocol media data (RTP) (RFC 3551, RFC 4571) Official
5005 Yes, and DCCP Yes Real-time Transport Protocol control protocol (RTCP) (RFC 3551, RFC 4571) Official
5010 Yes Yes Registered to: TelePath (the IBM FlowMark workflow-management system messaging platform)[190]
The TCP port is now used for: IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow
Official
5011 Yes Yes TelePath (the IBM FlowMark workflow-management system messaging platform)[190] Official
5025 Yes Yes scpi-raw Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments Official
5031 Yes Yes AVM CAPI-over-TCP (ISDN over Ethernet tunneling)[citation needed] Unofficial
5037 Yes Android ADB server Unofficial
5048 Yes Texai Message Service Official
5050 Yes Yahoo! Messenger Unofficial
5051 Yes ita-agent Symantec Intruder Alert[191] Official
5060 Yes Yes Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)[10] Official
5061 Yes Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) over TLS Official
5062 Yes Yes Localisation access Official
5064 Yes Yes EPICS Channel Access server[192] Official
5065 Assigned Yes EPICS Channel Access repeater beacon[192] Official
5070 Yes No Binary Floor Control Protocol (BFCP)[193] Unofficial
5084 Yes Yes EPCglobal Low Level Reader Protocol (LLRP) Official
5085 Yes Yes EPCglobal Low Level Reader Protocol (LLRP) over TLS Official
5093 Yes SafeNet, Inc Sentinel LM, Sentinel RMS, License Manager, client-to-server Official
5099 Yes Yes SafeNet, Inc Sentinel LM, Sentinel RMS, License Manager, server-to-server Official
5104 Yes IBM Tivoli Framework NetCOOL/Impact[194] HTTP Service Unofficial
5121 Yes Neverwinter Nights Unofficial
5124 Yes Yes TorgaNET (Micronational Darknet) Unofficial
5125 Yes Yes TorgaNET (Micronational Intelligence Darknet) Unofficial
5150 Yes Yes ATMP Ascend Tunnel Management Protocol[195] Official
5151 Yes ESRI SDE Instance Official
Yes ESRI SDE Remote Start Official
5154 Yes Yes BZFlag Official
5172 Yes PC over IP Endpoint Management[196] Official
5190 Yes Yes AOL Instant Messenger protocol.[10] The chat app is defunct as of 15 December 2017.[197] Official
5198 Yes EchoLink VoIP Amateur Radio Software (Voice) Unofficial
5199 Yes EchoLink VoIP Amateur Radio Software (Voice) Unofficial
5200 Yes EchoLink VoIP Amateur Radio Software (Information) Unofficial
5201 Yes Yes Iperf3 (Tool for measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance) Unofficial
5222 Yes Reserved Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) client connection[10][198][199] Official
5223 Yes Apple Push Notification Service[10][144] Unofficial
Yes Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) client connection over SSL Unofficial
5228 Yes HP Virtual Room Service Official
Yes Google Play, Android Cloud to Device Messaging Service, Google Cloud Messaging Unofficial
5242 Yes Yes Viber[180] Unofficial
5243 Yes Yes Viber[180] Unofficial
5246 Yes Control And Provisioning of Wireless Access Points (CAPWAP) CAPWAP control[200] Official
5247 Yes Control And Provisioning of Wireless Access Points (CAPWAP) CAPWAP data[200] Official
5269 Yes Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) server-to-server connection[10][198][199] Official
5280 Yes Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)[201] Official
5281 Yes Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)[202] Unofficial
5298 Yes Yes Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)[203] Official
5310 Assigned Yes Outlaws, a 1997 first-person shooter video game[citation needed] Official
5318 Yes Reserved Certificate Management over CMS[204] Official
5349 Yes/No Yes/No STUN over TLS/DTLS, a protocol for NAT traversal[167] Official
Yes/No Yes/No TURN over TLS/DTLS, a protocol for NAT traversal[168] Official
Yes Reserved STUN Behavior Discovery over TLS.[169] See also port 3478. Official
5351 Reserved Yes NAT Port Mapping Protocol and Port Control Protocol—client-requested configuration for connections through network address translators and firewalls Official
5353 Assigned Yes Multicast DNS (mDNS)[10] Official
5355 Yes Yes Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution (LLMNR), allows hosts to perform name resolution for hosts on the same local link (only provided by Windows Vista and Server 2008) Official
5357 Yes Yes Web Services for Devices (WSDAPI) (only provided by Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Server 2008) Unofficial
5358 Yes Yes WSDAPI Applications to Use a Secure Channel (only provided by Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Server 2008) Unofficial
5394 Yes Kega Fusion, a Sega multi-console emulator[205][206] Unofficial
5402 Yes Yes Multicast File Transfer Protocol (MFTP)[207][importance?] Official
5405 Yes Yes NetSupport Manager Official
5412 Yes Yes IBM Rational Synergy (Telelogic Synergy) (Continuus CM) Message Router Official
5413 Yes Yes Wonderware SuiteLink service Official
5417 Yes Yes SNS Agent Official
5421 Yes Yes NetSupport Manager Official
5432 Yes Assigned PostgreSQL[10] database system Official
5433 Yes Bouwsoft file/webserver[208] Unofficial
5445 Yes Cisco Unified Video Advantage[citation needed] Unofficial
5480 Yes VMware VAMI (Virtual Appliance Management Infrastructure)—used for initial setup of various administration settings on Virtual Appliances designed using the VAMI architecture. Unofficial
5481 Yes Schneider Electric's ClearSCADA (SCADA implementation for Windows) — used for client-to-server communication.[209] Unofficial
5495 Yes IBM Cognos TM1 Admin server Unofficial
5498 Yes Hotline tracker server connection Unofficial
5499 Yes Hotline tracker server discovery Unofficial
5500 Yes Hotline control connection Unofficial
Yes VNC Remote Frame Buffer RFB protocol—for incoming listening viewer Unofficial
5501 Yes Hotline file transfer connection Unofficial
5517 Yes Setiqueue Proxy server client for SETI@Home project Unofficial
5550 Yes Hewlett-Packard Data Protector[citation needed] Unofficial
5554 Yes Yes Fastboot default wireless port Unofficial
5555 Yes Yes Oracle WebCenter Content: Inbound Refinery—Intradoc Socket port. (formerly known as Oracle Universal Content Management). Port though often changed during installation Unofficial
Yes Freeciv versions up to 2.0, Hewlett-Packard Data Protector, McAfee EndPoint Encryption Database Server, SAP, Default for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0, Softether VPN default port Unofficial
5556 Yes Yes Freeciv, Oracle WebLogic Server Node Manager[210] Official
5568 Yes Yes Session Data Transport (SDT), a part of Architecture for Control Networks (ACN)[211][full citation needed] Official
5601 Yes Kibana[citation needed] Unofficial
5631 Yes pcANYWHEREdata, Symantec pcAnywhere (version 7.52 and later[212])[213] data Official
5632 Yes pcANYWHEREstat, Symantec pcAnywhere (version 7.52 and later) status Official
5656 Yes IBM Lotus Sametime p2p file transfer Unofficial
5666 Yes NRPE (Nagios) Unofficial
5667 Yes NSCA (Nagios) Unofficial
5670 Yes FILEMQ ZeroMQ File Message Queuing Protocol Official
Yes ZRE-DISC ZeroMQ Realtime Exchange Protocol (Discovery) Official
5671 Yes Assigned Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP)[214] over TLS Official
5672 Yes, and SCTP Assigned Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP)[214] Official
5678 Yes Mikrotik RouterOS Neighbor Discovery Protocol (MNDP) Unofficial
5683 Yes Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) Official
5701 Yes Hazelcast default communication port[215] Unofficial
5722 Yes Yes Microsoft RPC, DFSR (SYSVOL) Replication Service[citation needed] Official
5718 Yes Microsoft DPM Data Channel (with the agent coordinator) Unofficial
5719 Yes Microsoft DPM Data Channel (with the protection agent) Unofficial
5723 Yes System Center Operations Manager[216] Unofficial
5724 Yes Operations Manager Console Unofficial
5741 Yes Yes IDA Discover Port 1 Official
5742 Yes Yes IDA Discover Port 2 Official
5800 Yes VNC Remote Frame Buffer RFB protocol over HTTP Unofficial
Yes ProjectWise Server[217] Unofficial
5900 Yes Yes Remote Frame Buffer protocol (RFB) Official
Yes Virtual Network Computing (VNC) Remote Frame Buffer RFB protocol[10][218] Unofficial
5931 Yes Yes AMMYY admin Remote Control Official
5938 Yes Yes TeamViewer remote desktop protocol[219] Unofficial
5984 Yes Yes CouchDB database server Official
5985 Yes Windows PowerShell Default psSession Port[220] Official
5986 Yes Windows PowerShell Default psSession Port[220] Official
5988–5989 Yes CIM-XML (DMTF Protocol)[221] Official
6000-6063 Yes Yes X11—used between an X client and server over the network Official
6005 Yes Default for BMC Software Control-M/Server—Socket used for communication between Control-M processes—though often changed during installation Unofficial
Yes Default for Camfrog chat & cam client Unofficial
6009 Yes JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP system JDENet messaging client listener Unofficial
6050 Yes Arcserve backup Unofficial
6051 Yes Arcserve backup Unofficial
6086 Yes Peer Distributed Transfer Protocol (PDTP), FTP like file server in a P2P network Official
6100 Yes Vizrt System Unofficial
Yes Ventrilo authentication for version 3 Unofficial
6101 Yes Backup Exec Agent Browser[citation needed] Unofficial
6110 Yes Yes softcm, HP Softbench CM Official
6111 Yes Yes spc, HP Softbench Sub-Process Control Official
6112 Yes Yes dtspcd, execute commands and launch applications remotely Official
Yes Yes Blizzard's Battle.net gaming service and some games,[117] ArenaNet gaming service, Relic gaming service Unofficial
Yes Club Penguin Disney online game for kids Unofficial
6113 Yes Club Penguin Disney online game for kids, Used by some Blizzard games[117] Unofficial
6136 Yes ObjectDB database server[222] Unofficial
6159 Yes ARINC 840 EFB Application Control Interface Official
6200 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content Portable: Content Server (With Native UI) and Inbound Refinery Unofficial
6201 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content Portable: Admin Unofficial
6225 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content Portable: Content Server Web UI Unofficial
6227 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content Portable: JavaDB Unofficial
6240 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content Portable: Capture Unofficial
6244 Yes Yes Oracle WebCenter Content Portable: Content Server—Intradoc Socket port Unofficial
6255 Yes Yes Oracle WebCenter Content Portable: Inbound Refinery—Intradoc Socket port Unofficial
6257 Yes WinMX (see also 6699) Unofficial
6260 Yes Yes planet M.U.L.E. Unofficial
6262 Yes Sybase Advantage Database Server Unofficial
6343 Yes SFlow, sFlow traffic monitoring Official
6346 Yes Yes gnutella-svc, gnutella (FrostWire, Limewire, Shareaza, etc.) Official
6347 Yes Yes gnutella-rtr, Gnutella alternate Official
6350 Yes Yes App Discovery and Access Protocol Official
6379 Yes Redis key-value data store Official
6389 Yes EMC CLARiiON Unofficial
6432 Yes PgBouncer—A connection pooler for PostgreSQL Official
6436 Yes Leap Motion Websocket Server TLS Unofficial
6437 Yes Leap Motion Websocket Server Unofficial
6444 Yes Yes Sun Grid Engine Qmaster Service Official
6445 Yes Yes Sun Grid Engine Execution Service Official
6463–6472 Yes Discord RPC[223] Unofficial
6464 Yes Yes Port assignment for medical device communication in accordance to IEEE 11073-20701 Official
6502 Yes Yes Netop Remote Control Unofficial
6513 Yes NETCONF over TLS Official
6514 Yes Syslog over TLS[224] Official
6515 Yes Yes Elipse RPC Protocol (REC) Official
6543 Yes Pylons project#Pyramid Default Pylons Pyramid web service port Unofficial
6556 Yes Check MK Agent Unofficial
6566 Yes SANE (Scanner Access Now Easy)—SANE network scanner daemon[225] Official
6560–6561 Yes Speech-Dispatcher daemon[citation needed] Unofficial
6571 Windows Live FolderShare client Unofficial
6600 Yes Microsoft Hyper-V Live Official
Yes Music Player Daemon (MPD) Unofficial
6601 Yes Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway Official
6602 Yes Microsoft Windows WSS Communication Official
6619 Yes Yes odette-ftps, Odette File Transfer Protocol (OFTP) over TLS/SSL Official
6622 Yes Yes Multicast FTP Official
6653 Yes Assigned OpenFlow[citation needed] Official
6660–6664 Yes Internet Relay Chat (IRC) Unofficial
6665–6669 Yes Internet Relay Chat (IRC) Official
6679 Yes Yes Osorno Automation Protocol (OSAUT) Official
Yes IRC SSL (Secure Internet Relay Chat)—often used Unofficial
6690 Yes Synology Cloud station Unofficial
6697 Yes IRC SSL (Secure Internet Relay Chat)—often used Official
6699 Yes WinMX (see also 6257) Unofficial
6715 Yes AberMUD and derivatives default port Unofficial
6771 Yes BitTorrent Local Peer Discovery Unofficial
6783–6785 Yes Splashtop Remote server broadcast Unofficial
6789 Yes Campbell Scientific Loggernet Software[226] Unofficial
Yes Bucky's Instant Messaging Program Unofficial
6869 Yes Derandom default server Unofficial
6881–6887 Yes Yes BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often Unofficial
6888 Yes Yes MUSE Official
Yes Yes BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often Unofficial
6889–6890 Yes Yes BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often Unofficial
6891–6900 Yes Yes BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often Unofficial
6891–6900 Yes Yes Windows Live Messenger (File transfer) Unofficial
6901 Yes Yes Windows Live Messenger (Voice) Unofficial
Yes Yes BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often Unofficial
6902–6968 Yes Yes BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often Unofficial
6969 Yes Yes acmsoda Official
Yes BitTorrent tracker Unofficial
6970–6999 Yes Yes BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often Unofficial
Yes QuickTime Streaming Server[10] Unofficial
7000 Yes Default for Vuze's built-in HTTPS Bittorrent Tracker Unofficial
Yes Avira Server Management Console Unofficial
7001 Yes Avira Server Management Console Unofficial
Yes Default for BEA WebLogic Server's HTTP server, though often changed during installation Unofficial
7002 Yes Default for BEA WebLogic Server's HTTPS server, though often changed during installation Unofficial
7005 Yes Default for BMC Software Control-M/Server and Control-M/Agent for Agent-to-Server, though often changed during installation Unofficial
7006 Yes Default for BMC Software Control-M/Server and Control-M/Agent for Server-to-Agent, though often changed during installation Unofficial
7010 Yes Default for Cisco AON AMC (AON Management Console)[227] Unofficial
7022 Yes Database mirroring endpoints[228] Unofficial
7023 Yes Bryan Wilcutt T2-NMCS Protocol for SatCom Modems Official
7025 Yes Zimbra LMTP [mailbox]—local mail delivery Unofficial
7047 Yes Zimbra conversion server Unofficial
7070 Yes Yes/No Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP), used by QuickTime Streaming Server. TCP is used by default, UDP is used as an alternate.[10] Unofficial
7133 Yes Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Unofficial
7144 Yes Peercast[citation needed] Unofficial
7145 Yes Peercast[citation needed] Unofficial
7171 Yes Tibia Unofficial
7262 Yes Yes CNAP (Calypso Network Access Protocol) Official
7272 Yes Yes WatchMe - WatchMe Monitoring Official
7306 Yes Zimbra mysql [mailbox][citation needed] Unofficial
7307 Yes Zimbra mysql [logger][citation needed] Unofficial
7312 Yes Sibelius License Server Unofficial
7396 Yes Web control interface for Folding@home v7.3.6 and later[229] Unofficial
7400 Yes Yes RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) DDS Discovery Official
7401 Yes Yes RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) DDS User-Traffic Official
7402 Yes Yes RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) DDS Meta-Traffic Official
7471 Yes Stateless Transport Tunneling (STT) Unofficial
7473 Yes Rise: The Vieneo Province Official
7474 Yes Neo4J Server webadmin[230] Official
7478 Yes Default port used by Open iT Server.[231] Official
7542 Yes Yes Saratoga file transfer protocol[232][233] Official
7547 Yes Yes CPE WAN Management Protocol (CWMP) Technical Report 069 Official
7575 Yes Populous: The Beginning server Unofficial
7624 Yes Yes Instrument Neutral Distributed Interface Official
7631 Yes ERLPhase Official
7634 Yes hddtemp—Utility to monitor hard drive temperature Unofficial
7652–7654 Yes I2P anonymizing overlay network Unofficial
7655 Yes I2P SAM Bridge Socket API Unofficial
7656–7660 Yes I2P anonymizing overlay network Unofficial
7670 Yes BrettspielWelt BSW Boardgame Portal Unofficial
7687 Yes Bolt database connection Official
7707–7708 Yes Killing Floor Unofficial
7717 Yes Killing Floor Unofficial
7777 Yes iChat server file transfer proxy[10] Unofficial
Yes Oracle Cluster File System 2[citation needed] Unofficial
Yes Windows backdoor program tini.exe default[citation needed] Unofficial
Yes Just Cause 2: Multiplayer Mod Server[citation needed] Unofficial
Yes Terraria default server Unofficial
Yes San Andreas Multiplayer (SA-MP) default port server Unofficial
7777–7788 Yes Yes Unreal Tournament series default server[citation needed] Unofficial
7831 Yes Default used by Smartlaunch Internet Cafe Administration[234] software Unofficial
7880 Yes Yes PowerSchool Gradebook Server[citation needed] Unofficial
7890 Yes Default that will be used by the iControl Internet Cafe Suite Administration software Unofficial
7915 Yes Default for YSFlight server[235] Unofficial
7935 Yes Fixed port used for Adobe Flash Debug Player to communicate with a debugger (Flash IDE, Flex Builder or fdb).[236] Unofficial
7946 Yes Yes Docker Swarm communication among nodes[149] Unofficial
7990 Yes Atlassian Bitbucket (default port)[citation needed] Unofficial
8000 Yes Commonly used for Internet radio streams such as SHOUTcast[citation needed], Icecast[citation needed] and iTunes Radio[10] Unofficial
? ? DynamoDB Local[237] Unofficial
? ? Django Development Webserver[238] Unofficial
8005 Yes Tomcat remote shutdown[10] Unofficial
8006 Yes Quest AppAssure 5 API[239] Unofficial
8007 Yes Quest AppAssure 5 Engine[239] Unofficial
8008 Yes Yes Alternative port for HTTP. See also ports 80 and 8080. Official
Yes IBM HTTP Server administration default[importance?] Unofficial
Yes iCal, a calendar application by Apple[10] Unofficial
8009 Yes Apache JServ Protocol (ajp13)[citation needed] Unofficial
8042 ? ? Orthanc – REST API over HTTP[178] Unofficial
8069 Yes OpenERP 5.0 XML-RPC protocol[240] Unofficial
8070 Yes OpenERP 5.0 NET-RPC protocol[240] Unofficial
8074 Yes Yes Gadu-Gadu Official
8075 Yes Killing Floor web administration interface[citation needed] Unofficial
8080 Yes Yes Alternative port for HTTP. See also ports 80 and 8008. Official
Yes Apache Tomcat[citation needed] Unofficial
Yes Atlassian JIRA applications[241] Unofficial
8088 Yes Asterisk management access via HTTP[citation needed] Unofficial
8089 Yes No Splunk daemon management[242] Unofficial
Yes Fritz!Box automatic TR-069 configuration[243] Unofficial
8090 ? ? Atlassian Confluence[244] Unofficial
Yes Coral Content Distribution Network (legacy; 80 and 8080 now supported)[245] Unofficial
8091 ? ? CouchBase web administration[246] Unofficial
8092 ? ? CouchBase API[246] Unofficial
8111 Yes JOSM Remote Control Unofficial
8112 Yes PAC Pacifica Coin Unofficial
8116 Yes Check Point Cluster Control Protocol Unofficial
8118 Yes Privoxy—advertisement-filtering Web proxy Official
8123 Yes Polipo Web proxy Official
8139 Yes Puppet (software) Client agent Unofficial
8140 Yes Puppet (software) Master server Official
8172 Yes Microsoft Remote Administration for IIS Manager[247] Unofficial
8184 Yes NCSA Brown Dog Data Access Proxy Unofficial
8194–8195 ? ? Bloomberg Terminal[248] Official
8200 Yes GoToMyPC Unofficial
Yes MiniDLNA media server Web Interface Unofficial
8222 ? ? VMware VI Web Access via HTTP[249] Unofficial
8243 Yes Yes HTTPS listener for Apache Synapse[250] Official
8245 Yes Dynamic DNS for at least No-IP and DyDNS[251] Unofficial
8280 Yes Yes HTTP listener for Apache Synapse[250] Official
8281 Yes HTTP Listener for Gatecraft Plugin Unofficial
8291 Yes Winbox—Default on a MikroTik RouterOS for a Windows application used to administer MikroTik RouterOS[252] Unofficial
8303 Yes Teeworlds Server Unofficial
8332 Yes Bitcoin JSON-RPC server[253] Unofficial
8333 Yes Bitcoin[254] Unofficial
? ? VMware VI Web Access via HTTPS[249] Unofficial
8337 Yes VisualSVN Distributed File System Service (VDFS)[255] Unofficial
8384 Yes Syncthing web GUI Unofficial
8388 Yes Shadowsocks proxy server[citation needed] Unofficial
8443 Yes SW Soft Plesk Control Panel Unofficial
Yes Apache Tomcat SSL Unofficial
Yes Promise WebPAM SSL Unofficial
Yes iCal over SSL[10] Unofficial
8444 Yes Bitmessage Unofficial
8484 Yes MapleStory Login Server Unofficial
8500 Yes Adobe ColdFusion built-in web server[256] Unofficial
8530 ? ? Windows Server Update Services over HTTP[257][further explanation needed][258] Unofficial
8531 ? ? Windows Server Update Services over HTTPS[258][further explanation needed][257] Unofficial
8580 ? ? Freegate, an Internet anonymizer and proxy tool[259] Unofficial
8629 Yes Tibero database[citation needed] Unofficial
8642 Yes Lotus Notes Traveler auto synchronization for Windows Mobile and Nokia devices[260] Unofficial
8691 Yes Ultra Fractal, a fractal generation and rendering software application – distributed calculations over networked computers[261][262] Unofficial
8767 Yes Voice channel of TeamSpeak 2,[263] a proprietary Voice over IP protocol targeted at gamers[citation needed] Unofficial
8834 ? ? Nessus, a vulnerability scanner – remote XML-RPC web server[264][third-party source needed] Unofficial
8840 ? ? Opera Unite, an extensible framework for web applications[265][266] Unofficial
8880 Yes Alternate port of CDDB (Compact Disc Database) protocol, used to look up audio CD (compact disc) information over the Internet.[267] See also port 888. Official
? ? IBM WebSphere Application Server SOAP connector[268][jargon] Unofficial
8883 Yes Yes Secure MQTT (MQTT over TLS)[269][270] Official
8887 ? ? HyperVM over HTTP[citation needed] Unofficial
8888 ? ? HyperVM over HTTPS[citation needed] Unofficial
? Yes Freenet web UI (localhost only)[citation needed] Unofficial
? ? Default for IPython[271] / Jupyter[272] notebook dashboards Unofficial
? ? MAMP[273] Unofficial
8889 ? ? MAMP[273] Unofficial
8983 ? ? Apache Solr[274] Unofficial
8997 ? ? Alternate port for I2P Monotone Proxy[158][jargon] Unofficial
8998 ? ? I2P Monotone Proxy[158][jargon] Unofficial
8999 ? ? Alternate port for I2P Monotone Proxy[158][jargon] Unofficial
9000 Yes SonarQube Web Server[275] Unofficial
Yes DBGp Unofficial
Yes SqueezeCenter web server & streaming Unofficial
Yes UDPCast Unofficial
Yes Play! Framework web server[276] Unofficial
Yes Hadoop NameNode default port Unofficial
Yes PHP-FPM default port Unofficial
Yes QBittorrent's embedded torrent tracker default port[277] Unofficial
9001 Yes Yes ETL Service Manager[278] Official
Microsoft SharePoint authoring environment Unofficial
cisco-xremote router configuration[citation needed] Unofficial
Tor network default Unofficial
Yes DBGp Proxy Unofficial
Yes HSQLDB default port Unofficial
9002 Newforma Server comms Unofficial
9006 De-Commissioned Port Official
Yes Tomcat in standalone mode[10] Unofficial
9030 Yes Tor often used Unofficial
9042 Yes Apache Cassandra native protocol clients Unofficial
9043 Yes WebSphere Application Server Administration Console secure Unofficial
9050–9051 Yes Tor Unofficial
9060 Yes WebSphere Application Server Administration Console Unofficial
9080 Yes Yes glrpc, Groove Collaboration software GLRPC Official
Yes WebSphere Application Server HTTP Transport (port 1) default Unofficial
Yes Remote Potato by FatAttitude, Windows Media Center addon Unofficial
Yes ServerWMC, Windows Media Center addon Unofficial
9090 Yes Openfire Administration Console Unofficial
Yes SqueezeCenter control (CLI) Unofficial
Yes Cherokee Admin Panel Unofficial
9091 Yes Openfire Administration Console (SSL Secured) Unofficial
Yes Transmission (BitTorrent client) Web Interface Unofficial
9092 Yes H2 (DBMS) Database Server Unofficial
Yes Apache Kafka A Distributed Streaming Platform[279] Unofficial
9100 Yes Assigned PDL Data Stream, used for printing to certain network printers[10] Official
9101 Yes Yes Bacula Director Official
9102 Yes Yes Bacula File Daemon Official
9103 Yes Yes Bacula Storage Daemon Official
9119 Yes Yes MXit Instant Messenger Official
9150 Yes Tor Unofficial
9191 Yes Sierra Wireless Airlink Unofficial
9199 Yes Avtex LLC—qStats Unofficial
9200 Yes Elasticsearch[280]—default Elasticsearch port Unofficial
9217 Yes iPass Platform Service Unofficial
9293 Yes Sony PlayStation RemotePlay[281] Unofficial
9300 Yes IBM Cognos BI[citation needed] Unofficial
9303 Yes D-Link Shareport Share storage and MFP printers[citation needed] Unofficial
9306 Yes Sphinx Native API Official
9309 Yes Yes Sony PlayStation Vita Host Collaboration WiFi Data Transfer[282] Unofficial
9312 Yes Sphinx SphinxQL Official
9332 Yes Litecoin JSON-RPC server Unofficial
9333 Yes Litecoin Unofficial
9339 Yes Clash of Clans, a mobile freemium strategy video game Unofficial
9389 Yes Yes adws, Microsoft AD DS Web Services, Powershell uses this port Official
9418 Yes Yes git, Git pack transfer service Official
9419 Yes MooseFS distributed file system – master control port[283] Unofficial
9420 Yes MooseFS distributed file system – master command port[283] Unofficial
9421 Yes MooseFS distributed file system – master client port[283] Unofficial
9422 Yes MooseFS distributed file system – Chunkservers[283] Unofficial
9425 Yes MooseFS distributed file system – CGI server[283] Unofficial
9443 Yes VMware Websense Triton console (HTTPS port used for accessing and administrating a vCenter Server via the Web Management Interface) Unofficial
Yes NCSA Brown Dog Data Tilling Service Unofficial
9535 Yes Yes mngsuite, LANDesk Management Suite Remote Control Official
9536 Yes Yes laes-bf, IP Fabrics Surveillance buffering function Official
9600 No Yes Factory Interface Network Service (FINS), a network protocol used by Omron programmable logic controllers[citation needed] Unofficial
9675 Yes Yes Spiceworks Desktop, IT Helpdesk Software Unofficial
9676 Yes Yes Spiceworks Desktop, IT Helpdesk Software Unofficial
9695 ? ? Content centric networking (CCN, CCNx)[citation needed] Official
9785 Yes Yes Viber[180] Unofficial
9800 Yes Yes WebDAV Source Official
WebCT e-learning portal Unofficial
9875 Yes Club Penguin Disney online game for kids Unofficial
9898 Yes Tripwire—File Integrity Monitoring Software[284] Unofficial
9899 Yes SCTP tunneling (port number used in SCTP packets encapsulated in UDP, RFC 6951) Official
9981 Yes TVHeadend HTTP server (web interface)[285] Unofficial
9982 Yes TVHeadend HTSP server (Streaming protocol)[285] Unofficial
9987 Yes TeamSpeak 3 server default (voice) port (for the conflicting service see the IANA list) Unofficial
9993 Yes ZeroTier Default port for ZeroTier Unofficial
9997 Yes Splunk port for communication between the forwarders and indexers Unofficial
9999 Urchin Web Analytics[citation needed] Unofficial
10000 Yes Yes Network Data Management Protocol Official
BackupExec Unofficial
Webmin, Web-based Unix/Linux system administration tool (default port) Unofficial
10000–20000 No Yes Used on VoIP networks for receiving and transmitting voice telephony traffic which includes Google Voice via the OBiTalk ATA devices as well as on the MagicJack and Vonage ATA network devices.[286] Unofficial
10001 Yes Ubiquiti UniFi access points broadcast to 255.255.255.255:10001 (UDP) to locate the controller(s) Unofficial
10009 Yes Yes CrossFire, a multiplayer online First Person Shooter[citation needed] Unofficial
10010 Yes Open Object Rexx (ooRexx) rxapi daemon Official
10024 Yes Zimbra smtp [mta]—to amavis from postfix[citation needed] Unofficial
10025 Yes Zimbra smtp [mta]—back to postfix from amavis[citation needed] Unofficial
10042 Yes Mathoid server[citation needed] Unofficial
10050 Yes Yes Zabbix agent Official
10051 Yes Yes Zabbix trapper Official
10080 Yes Touhou fight games (Immaterial and Missing Power, Scarlet Weather Rhapsody, Hisoutensoku, Hopeless Masquerade and Urban Legend in Limbo) Unofficial
10110 Yes Yes NMEA 0183 Navigational Data. Transport of NMEA 0183 sentences over TCP or UDP Official
10172 Yes Intuit Quickbooks client Unofficial
10200 Yes FRISK Software International's fpscand virus scanning daemon for Unix platforms[287] Unofficial
Yes FRISK Software International's f-protd virus scanning daemon for Unix platforms[288] Unofficial
10201–10204 Yes FRISK Software International's f-protd virus scanning daemon for Unix platforms[288] Unofficial
10212 Yes GE Intelligent Platforms Proficy HMI/SCADA – CIMPLICITY WebView[289] Official
10308 ? ? Lock On: Modern Air Combat[citation needed] Unofficial
10480 ? ? SWAT 4 Dedicated Server[citation needed] Unofficial
10505 Yes BlueStacks (android simulator) broadcast[290] Unofficial
10514 Yes Yes TLS-enabled Rsyslog (default by convention) Unofficial
10823 Yes Farming Simulator 2011[citation needed] Unofficial
10891 Yes Jungle Disk (this port is opened by the Jungle Disk Monitor service on the localhost)[citation needed] Unofficial
10933 Yes Listen port used by the Octopus Deploy Tentacle deployment agent[291][292] Official
11001 Yes Yes metasys ( Johnson Controls Metasys java AC control environment ) Official
11111 Yes RiCcI, Remote Configuration Interface (Redhat Linux) Unofficial
11112 Yes Yes ACR/NEMA Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) Official
11211 Yes Yes memcached[10] Unofficial
11214 Yes Yes memcached incoming SSL proxy Unofficial
11215 Yes Yes memcached internal outgoing SSL proxy Unofficial
11235 Savage: Battle for Newerth[citation needed] Unofficial
11311 Yes Yes Robot Operating System master Unofficial
11371 Yes Yes OpenPGP HTTP key server Official
11753 Yes OpenRCT2 multiplayer[293] Unofficial
12012 Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, Korea Server—Status/Version Check Unofficial
12013 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, Korea Server Unofficial
12035 Yes Second Life, used for server UDP in-bound[294] Unofficial
12043 Yes Second Life, used for LSL HTTPS in-bound[295] Unofficial
12046 Yes Second Life, used for LSL HTTP in-bound[295] Unofficial
12201 Yes Yes Graylog Extended Log Format (GELF)[296][importance?] Unofficial
12222 Yes Light Weight Access Point Protocol (LWAPP) LWAPP data (RFC 5412) Official
12223 Yes Light Weight Access Point Protocol (LWAPP) LWAPP control (RFC 5412) Official
12345 Yes Yes Cube World[297] Unofficial
Yes Little Fighter 2 Unofficial
NetBus remote administration tool (often Trojan horse). Unofficial
12443 Yes IBM HMC web browser management access over HTTPS instead of default port 443[298] Unofficial
12489 Yes NSClient/NSClient++/NC_Net (Nagios) Unofficial
12975 Yes LogMeIn Hamachi (VPN tunnel software; also port 32976)—used to connect to Mediation Server (bibi.hamachi.cc); will attempt to use SSL (TCP port 443) if both 12975 & 32976 fail to connect Unofficial
13000–13050 Yes Second Life, used for server UDP in-bound[294] Unofficial
13008 Yes Yes CrossFire, a multiplayer online First Person Shooter[citation needed] Unofficial
13075 Yes Default[299] for BMC Software Control-M/Enterprise Manager Corba communication, though often changed during installation Official
13720 Yes Yes Symantec NetBackup—bprd (formerly VERITAS) Official
13721 Yes Yes Symantec NetBackup—bpdbm (formerly VERITAS) Official
13724 Yes Yes Symantec Network Utility—vnetd (formerly VERITAS) Official
13782 Yes Yes Symantec NetBackup—bpcd (formerly VERITAS) Official
13783 Yes Yes Symantec VOPIED protocol (formerly VERITAS) Official
13785 Yes Yes Symantec NetBackup Database—nbdb (formerly VERITAS) Official
13786 Yes Yes Symantec nomdb (formerly VERITAS) Official
14550 Yes MAVLink Ground Station Port Unofficial
14567 Yes Battlefield 1942 and mods Unofficial
15000 Yes psyBNC Unofficial
Yes Wesnoth Unofficial
Yes Kaspersky Network Agent[citation needed] Unofficial
15441 ? ? ZeroNet fileserver[citation needed] Unofficial
15567 Yes Battlefield Vietnam and mods Unofficial
15345 Yes Yes XPilot Contact Official
15672 Yes No RabbitMQ management plugin[300] Unofficial
16000 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content: Imaging (formerly known as Oracle Universal Content Management). Port though often changed during installation Unofficial
Yes shroudBNC Unofficial
16080 Yes Mac OS X Server Web (HTTP) service with performance cache[301] Unofficial
16200 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content: Content Server (formerly known as Oracle Universal Content Management). Port though often changed during installation Unofficial
16225 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content: Content Server Web UI. Port though often changed during installation Unofficial
16250 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content: Inbound Refinery (formerly known as Oracle Universal Content Management). Port though often changed during installation Unofficial
16261 Yes Yes Project Zomboid multiplayer. Additional sequential ports used for each player connecting to server.[citation needed] Unofficial
16300 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content: Records Management (formerly known as Oracle Universal Records Management). Port though often changed during installation Unofficial
16384 Yes CISCO Default RTP MIN Unofficial
16384-16403 Yes Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP), RTP Control Protocol (RTCP), used by Apple's iChat for audio and video[10] Unofficial
16384-16387 Yes Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP), RTP Control Protocol (RTCP), used by Apple's FaceTime and Game Center[10] Unofficial
16393-16402 Yes Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP), RTP Control Protocol (RTCP), used by Apple's FaceTime and Game Center[10] Unofficial
16403-16472 Yes Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP), RTP Control Protocol (RTCP), used by Apple's Game Center[10] Unofficial
16400 Yes Oracle WebCenter Content: Capture (formerly known as Oracle Document Capture). Port though often changed during installation Unofficial
16482 CISCO Default RTP MAX Official
16567 Yes Battlefield 2 and mods Unofficial
17011 Yes Worms multiplayer Unofficial
17500 Yes Yes Dropbox LanSync Protocol (db-lsp); used to synchronize file catalogs between Dropbox clients on a local network. Official
18091 Yes Yes memcached Internal REST HTTPS for SSL Unofficial
18092 Yes Yes memcached Internal CAPI HTTPS for SSL Unofficial
18104 Yes RAD PDF Service Official
18200 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft Thailand Server status/version check Unofficial
18201 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft Thailand Server Unofficial
18206 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft Thailand Server FAM database Unofficial
18300 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft SEA Server status/version check Unofficial
18301 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft SEA Server Unofficial
18306 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft SEA Server FAM database Unofficial
18333 Yes Bitcoin testnet[254] Unofficial
18400 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, KAIZEN Brazil Server status/version check Unofficial
18401 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, KAIZEN Brazil Server Unofficial
18505 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle R4p3 Server, Nexon Server status/version check Unofficial
18506 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, Nexon Server Unofficial
18605 Yes Yes X-BEAT status/version check Unofficial
18606 Yes Yes X-BEAT Unofficial
19000 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, G10/alaplaya Server status/version check Unofficial
Yes JACK sound server Unofficial
19001 Yes Yes Audition Online Dance Battle, G10/alaplaya Server Unofficial
19132 Yes Minecraft: Pocket Edition multiplayer server[citation needed] Unofficial
19150 Yes Yes Gkrellm Server Unofficial
19226 Yes Panda Software AdminSecure Communication Agent Unofficial
19294 Yes Google Talk Voice and Video connections[302] Unofficial
19295 Yes Google Talk Voice and Video connections[302] Unofficial
19302 Yes Google Talk Voice and Video connections[302] Unofficial
19812 Yes No 4D database SQL Communication[303] Official
19813 Yes Yes 4D database Client Server Communication[303] Official
19814 Yes 4D database DB4D Communication[303] Official
19999 Distributed Network Protocol—Secure (DNP—Secure), a secure version of the protocol used in SCADA systems between communicating RTU's and IED's Official
20000 Distributed Network Protocol (DNP), a protocol used in SCADA systems between communicating RTU's and IED's Official
Usermin, Web-based Unix/Linux user administration tool (default port) Unofficial
Yes Used on VoIP networks for receiving and transmitting voice telephony traffic which includes Google Voice via the OBiTalk ATA devices as well as on the MagicJack and Vonage ATA network devices.[286] Unofficial
20560 Yes Yes Killing Floor Unofficial
20595 Yes 0 A.D. Empires Ascendant Unofficial
20808 Yes Ableton Link Unofficial
21025 Yes Starbound Server (default), Starbound Unofficial
22000 Yes Syncthing (default) Unofficial
22136 Yes FLIR Systems Camera Resource Protocol Unofficial
22222 Yes Davis Instruments, WeatherLink IP Unofficial
23073 Soldat Dedicated Server Unofficial
23399 Skype default protocol Unofficial
23513 ? ? Duke Nukem 3D source ports Unofficial
24441 Yes Yes Pyzor spam detection network Unofficial
24444 NetBeans integrated development environment Unofficial
24465 Yes Yes Tonido Directory Server for Tonido which is a Personal Web App and P2P platform Official
24554 Yes Yes BINKP, Fidonet mail transfers over TCP/IP Official
24800 Synergy: keyboard/mouse sharing software Unofficial
24842 StepMania: Online: Dance Dance Revolution Simulator Unofficial
25565 Yes Minecraft multiplayer server[304][305] Unofficial
Yes Minecraft multiplayer server query[306] Unofficial
25575 Yes Minecraft multiplayer server RCON[307] Unofficial
25826 Yes collectd default port[308] Unofficial
26000 Yes Yes id Software's Quake server Official
Yes EVE Online Unofficial
Yes Xonotic, an open source arena shooter Unofficial
26900–26901 Yes EVE Online Unofficial
27000 Yes PowerBuilder SySAM license server Unofficial
27000–27006 Yes id Software's QuakeWorld master server Unofficial
27000–27009 Yes Yes FlexNet Publisher's License server (from the range of default ports) Official
27000–27015 No Yes Steam (game client traffic)[309] Unofficial
27015 No Yes GoldSrc and Source engine dedicated server port[309] Unofficial
27015-27018 Yes Unturned, a survival game Unofficial
27015–27030 No Yes Steam (matchmaking and HLTV)[309] Unofficial
Yes Yes Steam (downloads)[309] Unofficial
27016 Magicka server port Unofficial
27017 Yes No MongoDB daemon process (mongod) and routing service (mongos)[310] Unofficial
27031 Ports 27036 & 27037 Yes Steam (In-Home Streaming)[309] Unofficial
27036 Yes Yes Steam (In-Home Streaming)[309] Unofficial
27037 Yes Ports 27031 & 27036 Steam (In-Home Streaming)[309] Unofficial
27374 Sub7 default. Unofficial
27500–27900 Yes id Software's QuakeWorld Unofficial
27888 Yes Kaillera server Unofficial
27901–27910 Yes id Software's Quake II master server Unofficial
27950 Yes OpenArena outgoing Unofficial
27960–27969 Yes Activision's Enemy Territory and id Software's Quake III Arena, Quake III and Quake Live and some ioquake3 derived games, such as Urban Terror (OpenArena incoming) Unofficial
28001 Starsiege: Tribes[citation needed] Unofficial
28015 Yes Rust (video game)[311] Unofficial
28770–28771 Yes AssaultCube Reloaded, a video game based upon a modification of AssaultCube[citation needed] Unofficial
28785–28786 Yes Cube 2: Sauerbraten[312] Unofficial
28852 Yes Yes Killing Floor[citation needed] Unofficial
28910 Yes Yes Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection[313] Unofficial
28960 Yes Yes Call of Duty; Call of Duty: United Offensive; Call of Duty 2; Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare;[citation needed] Call of Duty: World at War (PC platform)[314] Unofficial
29000 ? ? Perfect World, an adventure and fantasy MMORPG[citation needed] Unofficial
29070 Yes Yes Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy by Ravensoft[citation needed] Unofficial
29900–29901 Yes Yes Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection[313] Unofficial
29920 Yes Yes Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection[313] Unofficial
30564 Yes Multiplicity: keyboard/mouse/clipboard sharing software[citation needed] Unofficial
31337 Yes Back Orifice and Back Orifice 2000 remote administration tools[315][316] Unofficial
31416 ? ? BOINC RPC[317] Unofficial
31438 Yes Rocket U2[318] Unofficial
31457 Yes TetriNET Official
32137 Yes Yes Immunet Protect (UDP in version 2.0,[319] TCP since version 3.0[320]) Unofficial
32400 Yes Plex Media Server[321] Official
32764 Yes A backdoor found on certain Linksys, Netgear and other wireless DSL modems/combination routers[322] Unofficial
32887 Yes Ace of Spades, a multiplayer FPS video game[citation needed] Unofficial
32976 Yes LogMeIn Hamachi, a VPN application; also TCP port 12975 and SSL (TCP 443).[323] Unofficial
33434 Yes Yes traceroute Official
33848 Yes Jenkins, a continuous integration (CI) tool[324][325] Unofficial
34000 Yes Infestation: Survivor Stories (formerly known as The War Z), a multiplayer zombie video game[verification needed] Unofficial
34197 No Yes Factorio, a multiplayer survival and factory-building game[citation needed] Unofficial
35357 Yes OpenStack Identity (Keystone) administration[326] Official
37008 Yes TZSP intrusion detection[citation needed] Unofficial
40000 Yes Yes SafetyNET p – a real-time Industrial Ethernet protocol Official
43110 Yes ZeroNet web UI default port[citation needed] Unofficial
43594–43595 ? ? RuneScape[327] Unofficial
44405 Yes Mu Online Connect Server[citation needed] Unofficial
44818 Yes Yes EtherNet/IP explicit messaging Official
47001 Yes Windows Remote Management Service (WinRM)[328] Official
47808 Yes Yes BACnet Building Automation and Control Networks (4780810 = BAC016) Official
49151 Reserved Reserved Reserved[1] Official

Dynamic, private or ephemeral ports[edit]

The range 49152–65535 (215 + 214 to 216 − 1) contains dynamic or private ports that cannot be registered with IANA.[329] This range is used for private or customized services, for temporary purposes, and for automatic allocation of ephemeral ports.

Dynamic, private or ephemeral ports
Port TCP UDP Description
49152–65535 Yes No Certificate Management over CMS[330]
60000–61000 Port 22 Yes Range from which Mosh – a remote-terminal application similar to SSH – typically assigns ports for ongoing sessions between Mosh servers and Mosh clients.[331]
64738 Yes Yes Mumble[citation needed]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Service Name and Transport Protocol Port Number Registry". The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). 
  2. ^ a b c Michelle Cotton; Lars Eggert et al. (August 2011). Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) Procedures for the Management of the Service Name and Transport Protocol Port Number Registry. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC6335. BCP 165. RFC 6335. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6335. Retrieved 2014-04-01. 
  3. ^ Touch, Joe (August 2015). Recommendations on Using Assigned Transport Port Numbers. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC7605. BCP 165. RFC 7605. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7605. Retrieved 2018-04-08. 
  4. ^ services(5) – Linux File Formats Manual. ... Port numbers below 1024 (so-called "low numbered" ports) can only be bound to by root ... Well-known port numbers specified by the IANA are normally located in this root-only space. ...
  5. ^ "Linux/net/ipv4/inet_connection_sock.c". LXR. Retrieved 2015-01-17. 
  6. ^ Lottor, M. (November 1988). TCP Port Service Multiplexer (TCPMUX). IETF. pp. 1–2. doi:10.17487/RFC1078. RFC 1078. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1078. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
  7. ^ Bressler, Rober; Guida, Richard; McKenzie, Alex (16 October 1972). Remote Job Entry Protocol. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC0407. RFC 407. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc407. Retrieved 2018-04-08. 
  8. ^ Bierman, A.; Bucci, C.; Iddon, R. (August 2000). Remote Network Monitoring MIB Protocol Identifier Macros. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC2896. RFC 2896. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2896. Retrieved 2018-07-13. 
  9. ^ Postel, J. (May 1983). Echo Protocol. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0862. STD 20. RFC 862. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc862#page-1. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce "TCP and UDP ports used by Apple software products". Support. Apple (published 2016-02-05). 2014-11-08. Archived from the original on 2016-09-13. Retrieved 2016-09-13. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h Stewart, Randall R., ed. (September 2007). Stream Control Transmission Protocol. IETF. pp. 135–136. doi:10.17487/RFC4960. RFC 4960. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4960. Retrieved 2016-09-27. 
  12. ^ Postel, J. (May 1983). Discard Protocol. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0863. STD 21. RFC 863. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc863#page-1. Retrieved 2016-10-07. 
  13. ^ "How to Configure the Ports Used for Wake On LAN". Microsoft TechNet. n.d. Archived from the original on 2016-09-27. Retrieved 2016-09-27. ... The default port for the wake-up transmission is UDP port 9. ... 
  14. ^ a b "systat and netstat". eTutorials. ... The ps -ef and netstat -a commands are bound to TCP ports 11 and 15, respectively.  ... 
  15. ^ Postel, J. (May 1983). Active Users. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC0866. STD 24. RFC 866. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc866. 
  16. ^ Postel, J. (May 1983). Daytime Protocol. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0867. STD 25. RFC 867. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc867#page-1. Retrieved 2016-09-27. 
  17. ^ Postel, J. (May 1983). Quote of the Day Protocol. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0865. STD 23. RFC 865. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc865#page-1. Retrieved 2016-09-27. 
  18. ^ Nelson, Russell (June 1990). Message Send Protocol. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC1159. RFC 1159. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1159#page-1. Retrieved 2016-09-27. 
  19. ^ Nelson, Russell; Arnold, Geoff (April 1992). Message Send Protocol 2. IETF. pp. 3–4. doi:10.17487/RFC1312. RFC 1312. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1312. Retrieved 2016-09-27. 
  20. ^ Postel, J. (May 1983). Character Generator Protocol. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0864. STD 22. RFC 864. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc864#page-1. Retrieved 2016-09-27. 
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  22. ^ Postel, J.; Reynolds, J. (October 1985). File Transfer Protocol. IETF. p. 59. doi:10.17487/RFC0959. STD 9. RFC 959. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc959#page-59. Retrieved 2016-09-27. 
  23. ^ Postel, J.; Reynolds, J. (May 1983). Telnet Protocol Specification. IETF. p. 15. doi:10.17487/RFC0854. STD 8. RFC 854. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc854#page-15. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
  24. ^ Postel, Jonathan B. (August 1982). Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. IETF. p. 44. doi:10.17487/RFC0821. STD 10. RFC 821. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc821#page-44. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
  25. ^ Postel, J.; Harrenstien, K. (May 1983). Time Protocol. IETF. pp. 1–2. doi:10.17487/RFC0868. STD 26. RFC 868. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc868. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
  26. ^ Ullmann, Robert (June 1993). "RAP Protocol". RAP: Internet Route Access Protocol. IETF. p. 4. sec. 2. doi:10.17487/RFC1476. RFC 1476. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1476#section-2. Retrieved 2016-10-16. "... The RAP protocol operates on TCP port 38, with peers opening a symmetric TCP connection between the RAP ports on each system. ... RAP is also used on UDP port 38, as a peer discovery method. ..." 
  27. ^ Accetta, M. (December 1983). Resource Location Protocol. IETF. p. 15. sec. A. doi:10.17487/RFC0887. RFC 887. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc887#appendix-A. Retrieved 2016-09-28. "... The "well-known" UDP port number for the Resource Location Protocol is 39 (47 octal). ..." 
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  29. ^ Harrenstien, Ken; White, Vic (1982-03-01). NICNAME/WHOIS. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0812. RFC 812. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc812#page-1. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
  30. ^ Harrenstien, K.; Stahl, M.; Feinler, E. (October 1985). NICNAME/WHOIS. IETF. p. 2. doi:10.17487/RFC0954. RFC 954. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc954#page-2. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
  31. ^ Daigle, Leslie (September 2004). WHOIS Protocol Specification. Ran Atkinson, Ken Harrenstien, Mary Stahl, Elizabeth Feinler. IETF. p. 2. doi:10.17487/RFC3912. RFC 3912. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3912#page-2. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
  32. ^ Finseth, Craig A. (July 1993). An Access Control Protocol, Sometimes Called TACACS. IETF. p. 7. doi:10.17487/RFC1492. RFC 1492. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1492#page-7. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
  33. ^ TACACS+ Team (15 April 2018). The TACACS+ Protocol. IETF. I-D opsawg-tacacs-10. https://tools.ietf.org/html/opsawg-tacacs-10. Retrieved 2018-07-18. 
  34. ^ Dorner, Steve; Resnick, Pete (June 1992). Remote Mail Checking Protocol. IETF. pp. 1–2. doi:10.17487/RFC1339. RFC 1339. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1339. Retrieved 2016-09-28. 
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  37. ^ Mockapetris, P. (November 1987). DNS Implementation and Specification. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC1035. RFC 1035. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1035. Retrieved 2018-07-18. 
  38. ^ Reynolds, J.; Postel, J. (March 1990). Assigned Numbers. IETF. p. 9. doi:10.17487/RFC1060. RFC 1060. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1060#page-9. Retrieved 2018-07-24. 
  39. ^ Bennett, C. J. (January 1981). "A Simple NIFTP-Based Mail System". INDRA. Retrieved 2018-07-18. 
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  41. ^ Sollins, K.R. (June 1981). TFTP Protocol (revision 2). Noel Chiappa, Bob Baldwin, Dave Clark, Steve Szymanski, Larry Allen, Geoff Cooper, Mike Greenwald, Liza Martin, David Reed. IETF. pp. 6, 14, 16. doi:10.17487/RFC0783. RFC 783. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc783. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  42. ^ Sollins, Karen R. (July 1992). The TFTP Protocol (Revision 2). IETF. pp. 4–5, 9, 10. doi:10.17487/RFC1350. STD 33. RFC 1350. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1350. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  43. ^ Anklesaria [sic?], Farhad; McCahill, M.; Lindner, Paul; Johnson, David; Torrey, Daniel; Alberti, Bob (March 1993). The Internet Gopher Protocol (a distributed document search and retrieval protocol). IETF. pp. 1, 4–5, 7, 11–13. doi:10.17487/RFC1436. RFC 1436. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1436. Retrieved 2016-10-16. "... This protocol assumes a reliable data stream; TCP is assumed. Gopher servers should listen on port 70 (port 70 is assigned to Internet Gopher by IANA). ..." 
  44. ^ Braden, R. (1971-01-13). NETRJS: A third level protocol for Remote Job Entry. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC0088. RFC 88. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc88. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  45. ^ Braden, R. (1977-11-22). NETRJS Protocol. IETF. p. 3. doi:10.17487/RFC0740. RFC 740. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc740#page-3. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  46. ^ Postel, Jon; Vernon, J. (January 1983). Assigned Numbers. IETF. p. 10. doi:10.17487/RFC0820. RFC 820. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc820#page-10. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  47. ^ Karrenstien, K. (1977-12-30). NAME/FINGER Protocol. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0742. RFC 742. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc742#page-1. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  48. ^ Zimmerman, David Paul (December 1991). "Flow of events". The Finger User Information Protocol. IETF. p. 4. sec. 2.1. doi:10.17487/RFC1288. RFC 1288. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1288#section-2.1. Retrieved 2016-10-16. "... Finger is based on the Transmission Control Protocol, using TCP port 79 decimal ..." 
  49. ^ Fielding, Roy T.; Gettys, James; Mogul, Jeffrey C.; Nielsen, Henrik Frystyk; Masinter, Larry; Leach, Paul J.; Berners-Lee, Tim (June 1999). Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1. IETF. pp. 13, 19–20, 37, 129. doi:10.17487/RFC2616. RFC 2616. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2616. Retrieved 2016-10-16. "... HTTP communication usually takes place over TCP/IP connections. The default port is TCP 80 ..." 
  50. ^ Fielding, Roy T.; Reschke, Julian F., eds. (June 2014). Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP/1.1): Message Syntax and Routing. IETF. pp. 11, 17, 19, 42–43, 50. doi:10.17487/RFC7230. RFC 7230. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7230. Retrieved 2016-10-16. 
  51. ^ Belshe, Mike; Peon, Roberto (May 2015). "Starting HTTP/2". In Thomson, Martin. Hypertext Transfer Protocol Version 2 (HTTP/2). IETF. p. 7. sec. 3. doi:10.17487/RFC7540. RFC 7540. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7540#section-3. Retrieved 2016-10-16. "... HTTP/2 uses the same "http" and "https" URI schemes used by HTTP/1.1. HTTP/2 shares the same default port numbers: 80 for "http" URIs and 443 for "https" URIs. ..." 
  52. ^ a b Iyengar, J.; Thomson, M.. QUIC: A UDP-Based Multiplexed and Secure Transport. IETF. I-D ietf-quic-transport. https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-quic-transport-13. Retrieved 2018-07-25. 
  53. ^ Kohl, John; Neuman, B. Clifford (September 1993). "IP transport". The Kerberos Network Authentication Service (V5). IETF. pp. 81–82. sec. 8.2.1. doi:10.17487/RFC1510. RFC 1510. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1510#section-8.2.1. Retrieved 2016-10-16. "... When contacting a Kerberos server (KDC) ... the client shall send a UDP datagram containing only an encoding of the request to port 88 (decimal) at the KDC's IP address ..." 
  54. ^ Neuman, Clifford; Yu, Tom; Hartman, Sam; Raeburn, Kenneth (July 2005). The Kerberos Network Authentication Service (V5). Acknowledgements to John Kohl et al. in section 11 "Acknowledgements", pages 121–122. IETF. pp. 102–103, 105. doi:10.17487/RFC4120. RFC 4120. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4120. Retrieved 2016-10-16. "... Kerberos servers (KDCs) supporting IP transports MUST accept TCP ... UDP requests and SHOULD listen for them on port 88 (decimal) ..." 
  55. ^ Harrentsien, K.; Stahl, M.; Feinler, E. (October 1985). HOSTNAME SERVER. IETF. pp. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC953. RFC 953. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc953. Retrieved 2018-07-26. 
  56. ^ Cass, D. E.; Rose, M. T. (April 1986). ISO Transport Services on Top of the TCP. IETF. pp. 5, 8, 12–13, 23–24. doi:10.17487/RFC0983. RFC 983. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc983. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... A TSAP server begins by LISTENing on TCP port 102. ..." 
  57. ^ Rose, Marshall T.; Cass, Dwight E. (May 1987). ISO Transport Service on top of the TCP Version: 3. IETF. pp. 1, 13. doi:10.17487/RFC1006. STD 35. RFC 1006. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1006. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... TCP port 102 is reserved for hosts which implement this standard. ..." 
  58. ^ Hedberg, Roland; Pomes, Paul (September 1998). "Basic Operation". The CCSO Nameserver (Ph) Architecture. IETF. p. 4. sec. 2. doi:10.17487/RFC2378. RFC 2378. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2378#section-2. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... Initially, the server host starts the Ph service by listening on TCP port 105. ..." 
  59. ^ Postel, Jon (November 1982). The Remote User Telnet Service. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0818. RFC 818. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc818#page-1. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... the specific service of User Telnet may be accessed (on hosts that choose to provide it) by opening a connection to port 107 (153 octal). ..." 
  60. ^ Butler, M.; Postel, J.; Chase, D.; Goldberger, J.; Reynolds, J. K. (February 1985). Post Office Protocol: Version 2. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0937. RFC 937. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc937#page-1. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... This protocol assumes a reliable data stream such as provided by TCP or any similar protocol. When TCP is used, the POP2 server listens on port 109 ..." 
  61. ^ Rose, Marshall (November 1988). Post Office Protocol: Version 3. IETF. pp. 2, 13. doi:10.17487/RFC1081. RFC 1081. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1081. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... the server host starts the POP3 service by listening on TCP port 110. ..." 
  62. ^ Myers, John G.; Rose, Marshall T. (May 1996). Post Office Protocol - Version 3. IETF. pp. 3, 19. doi:10.17487/RFC1939. STD 53. RFC 1939. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1939. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... the server host starts the POP3 service by listening on TCP port 110. ..." 
  63. ^ St. Johns, Michael C. (February 1993). "Overview". Identification Protocol. Acknowledgement is given to Dan Bernstein in section 7, "Acknowledgements", page 8. IETF. p. 113. sec. 2. doi:10.17487/RFC1413. RFC 1413. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1413#section-2. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... The Identification Protocol (a.k.a., "ident", a.k.a., "the Ident Protocol") ... listens for TCP connections on TCP port 113 (decimal). ..." 
  64. ^ St. Johns, Michael C. (January 1985). Authentication Server. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0931. RFC 931. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc931#page-1. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... The Authentication Server Protocol provides a means to determine the identity of a user of a particular TCP connection. ... A server listens for TCP connections on TCP port 113 (decimal). ..." 
  65. ^ Lottor, Mark K. (September 1984). Postel, Jon. ed. Simple File Transfer Protocol. IETF. p. 1. doi:10.17487/RFC0931. RFC 913. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc913#page-1. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... SFTP is used by opening a TCP connection to the remote hosts' SFTP port (115 decimal). ..." 
  66. ^ Kantor, Brian; Lapsley, Phil (February 1986). Network News Transfer Protocol. IETF. pp. 5, 20–23. doi:10.17487/RFC0977. RFC 977. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc977. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... NNTP specifies a protocol for the distribution, inquiry, retrieval, and posting of news articles ... When used via Internet TCP, the contact port assigned for this service is 119. ..." 
  67. ^ Feather, Clive D.W. (October 2006). "Reading and Transit Servers". Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP). Acknowledgements to NNTP Working Group (Russ Allbery, Ned Freed), Brian Kantor, Phil Lapsley et al.) in section 13, "Acknowledgements", pages 107–109. IETF. p. 21. sec. 3.4.1. doi:10.17487/RFC3977. RFC 3977. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3977#section-3.4.1. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) ... is used for the distribution, inquiry, retrieval, and posting of Netnews articles using a reliable stream-based mechanism. ... The official TCP port for the NNTP service is 119. ..." 
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  70. ^ a b c NetBIOS Working Group (March 1987). Protocol standard for a NetBIOS service on a TCP/UDP transport: Detailed specifications. Acknowledgements to Internet Activities Board in section 2, "Acknowledgements", page 4. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC1002. STD 19. RFC 1002. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1002. Retrieved 2016-10-17. 
  71. ^ Crispin, Mark R. (March 2003). INTERNET MESSAGE ACCESS PROTOCOL - VERSION 4rev1. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC3501. RFC 3501. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3501. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... The Internet Message Access Protocol ... allows a client to access and manipulate electronic mail messages on a server. ... The IMAP4rev1 protocol assumes a reliable data stream such as that provided by TCP. When TCP is used, an IMAP4rev1 server listens on port 143. ..." 
  72. ^ DeSchon, A.; Braden, R. (August 1988). Background File Transfer Program (BFTP). IETF. pp. 4, 14, 20, 24. doi:10.17487/RFC1068. RFC 1068. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1068. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... The BFTP program ... can be executed as a remotely-accessible service that can be reached via a Telnet connection to the BFTP well-known port (152). ..." 
  73. ^ Davin, J.; Case, J.; Fedor, M.; Schoffstall, M. (November 1987). "The Authentication Protocol". Simple Gateway Monitoring Protocol. IETF. p. 10. sec. 4. doi:10.17487/RFC1028. RFC 1028. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1028#section-4. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... This memo defines a simple application-layer protocol by which management information for a gateway may be inspected or altered by logically remote users. ... An authentication protocol entity responds to protocol messages received at UDP port 153 on the host with which it is associated. ..." 
  74. ^ Lambert, M. (June 1988). PCMAIL: A distributed mail system for personal computers. IETF. p. 8. doi:10.17487/RFC1056. RFC 1056. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1056#page-8. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... Pcmail is a distributed mail system providing mail service to an arbitrary number of users ... The TCP contact port for DMSP has been designated 158. ..." 
  75. ^ a b Case, J.; Fedor, M.; Schoffstall, M.; Davin, C. (May 1990). "Protocol Specification". Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). Acknowledgements to IETF SNMP Extensions working group in section 6, "Acknowledgements", page 33. IETF. p. 15. sec. 4. doi:10.17487/RFC1157. RFC 1157. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1157#section-4. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... A protocol entity receives messages at UDP port 161 on the host ... Messages which report traps should be received on UDP port 162 for further processing. ..." 
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  77. ^ Packard, Keith (2004). X Display Manager Control Protocol (Version 1.1 ed.). The Open Group. Archived from the original on 2016-01-09. Retrieved 2016-10-17. ... The purpose of the X Display Manager Control Protocol (XDMCP) is to provide a uniform mechanism for an autonomous display to request login service from a remote host. ... When XDMCP is implemented on top of the Internet User Datagram Protocol (UDP), port number 177 is to be used. ... [self-published source]
  78. ^ Rekhter, Yakov; Li, Tony; Hares, Susan, eds. (January 2006). A Border Gateway Protocol 4 (BGP-4). Acknowledgements to Kirk Lougheed et al. in section 2, "Acknowledgements", pages 6–7. IETF. pp. 8, 47–48, 51–52. doi:10.17487/RFC4271. RFC 4271. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4271. Retrieved 2016-10-17. "... BGP listens on TCP port 179. ..." 
  79. ^ a b Hartmann, Hartmann (August 2014). Default Port for Internet Relay Chat (IRC) via TLS/SSL. IETF. p. 2. doi:10.17487/RFC7194. RFC 7194. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7194#page-2. Retrieved 2016-10-06. "... Although system port assignments exist for IRC traffic that is plain text (TCP/UDP port 194) or TLS/SSL encrypted (TCP/UDP port 994), it is common practice amongst IRC networks not to use them for reasons of convenience and general availability on systems where no root access is granted or desired. ..." 
  80. ^ Rose, Marshall T. (May 1991). "Mapping onto the TCP". SNMP MUX Protocol and MIB. Acknowledgements to Jeffrey S. Case et al. in section 5 "Acknowledgements", page 12. IETF. p. 8. sec. 3.3.1. doi:10.17487/RFC1227. RFC 1227. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1227#section-3.3.1. Retrieved 2016-10-27. "... When using the TCP to provide the transport-backing for the SMUX protocol, the SNMP agent listens on TCP port 199. ..." 
  81. ^ "README.smux". Net-SNMP (published 2011-05-26). n.d. Archived from the original on 2016-10-27. Retrieved 2016-10-27. ... SMUX is the snmp multiplexing protocol (RFC 1227). It can be used by an snmp agent to query variables maintained by another user-level process. ... 
  82. ^ Bernstein, Daniel B. "Quick Mail Transfer Protocol (QMTP)". Retrieved 2018-04-18. ... A QMTP client connects to a QMTP server, as discussed in section 7, over a reliable stream protocol allowing transmission of 8-bit bytes. ... QMTP may be used on top of TCP. A QMTP-over-TCP server listens for TCP connections on port 209. ... [self-published source]
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  84. ^ "RFC 1504 - Appletalk Update-Based Routing Protocol: Enhanced App". faqs.org. Retrieved 16 March 2015. 
  85. ^ "Active Directory and Active Directory Domain Services Port Requirements". Microsoft TechNet (published 2014-03-28). n.d. Archived from the original on 2017-08-02. Retrieved 2017-08-02. 
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  90. ^ "RFC 3620, The TUNNEL Profile". IETF. Retrieved 2014-05-27. 
  91. ^ INTERNET DRAFT, DHCP Failover Protocol (expired: September 2003)
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  93. ^ "IEEE Standard (1244.3-2000) for Media Management System (MMS) Media Management Protocol (MMP)". IEEE. 2001-04-26. Retrieved 2014-05-27. 
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  96. ^ "RFC 4204, Link Management Protocol". IETF. Retrieved 2014-05-27. 
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  98. ^ Internet Registry Information Service (IRIS) Archived February 1, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
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  110. ^ rndc(8) – Linux Administration and Privileged Commands Manual. ... TCP port ... BIND 9's default control channel port, 953. ...
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    • Windows SBS 2008 must allow connections through TCP ports 80, 443, 987, and 3389.
    • The computer used to connect to Remote Web Workplace must allow connections through TCP ports 80, 443, 987, and 3389.
    • Routers on Windows SBS 2008 must be configured to forward Internet traffic to TCP ports 80, 443, 987, and 3389.
    ...
     
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