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Muhammad Imad Qureshi
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Joined: Sep 13, 2005
Posts: 238
Hi a client has asked me about the details of the ports we are using and I dont know certain things like if they are inbound or outbound ports. Can anyone tell me about the following port numbers if they are inbound or out bound

port number port type inbound/outbound

8083(ws) tcp both
11000(i m using
it for ns) tcp ?
1100 (rmi) tcp ?
4444 tcp ?
443(ssl) tcp ?
4445 tcp ?
8009 tcp ?
8080 tcp ?
25 tcp ?
1433 tcp ?
20 tcp ?
21 tcp ?
7777 tcp ?
80 tcp ?
Martin Simons
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Joined: Mar 02, 2006
Posts: 196
If this is a Unix/Linux system simply do the following command:

Any of the above ports that are returned by this command are incoming,
the others will be outgoing. However, some of those listed are
standard services which are definately incoming, such as 443 which is the
standard https listen address for web servers.
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