Archivo para mayo, 2009

Install and uninstall applications with three APT

Posted in Linux on mayo 18, 2009 by Daniel

APT (Advanced Packaging Tool)

apt contains a database where all the programs that we can install,
is necessary to update the list of packages to ensure that new upgrades are in the moment, updating is done with this command.

#apt-get update

apt-get update

and the list looking for the packages in our repositories, execute it with the following command
#apt-cache search [package name]
with this command displays the name that we seek
I will give three examples of applications (vlc, k3b, amsn).
vlc_ k3b_ amsn_

Installation with apt

When installing a package using the following command
#apt-get install [package name]
Let us consider an example of the above


multi-platform media player and open source software that allows you to play almost all formats of video and audio over currently used (MPEG, DivX, WMV, AVI, MOV, MP4, MKV, FLV, MP3, OGG…)
#apt-get install vlc


We do this to show the dependencies you need to install this program and asked us if we continue with the installation or not

vlc installed


To uninstall packages

this is the step to remove the utility no longer going to use, This is the command

#apt-get remove [package name] This will delete the packet, but leave the configuration stored in the system

#apt-get –purge remove [package name] this action, removes all configuration files of the utility

#apt-get remove vlc


then shows the uninstall

Let us continue with the other two applications


Tool Data CD, Audio CD, Video CD, exact copy of CD, DVD Data and Video DVD creation. Was awarded for the best multimedia application 2006.

#apt-get install k3b


k3b installed



#apt-get remove k3b



Instant messaging client that uses MSN protocol, mimics the appearance and use MSN Messenger and supports many of its features

#apt-get install amsn


amsn installed



#apt-get remove amsn


Instalar y desinstalar 3 aplicaciones con APT

Posted in Linux on mayo 18, 2009 by Daniel

APT (Advanced Packaging Tool)

apt contiene una base de datos donde están todos los programas que podemos instalar, es necesario actualizar la lista de paquetes con el fin de que nuevas actualizaciones hay en el momento, la actualización se hace con este comando.

#apt-get update

apt-get update

ya actualizada la lista buscamos los paquetes que se encuentran en nuestros repositorios lo ejecutamos con el siguiente comando

#apt-cache search [nombre del paquete]

con este comando nos muestra el nombre que buscamos

voy a poner tres ejemplos de aplicaciones (vlc, k3b, amsn).



Instalación con apt

Al instalar un paquete utilizamos el siguiente comando

#apt-get install [nombre del paquete]

pongamos un ejemplo de los que puse “vlc” reproductor multimedia multiplataforma y de código abierto que permite reproducir prácticamente todos los formatos de vídeo y audio más utilizados en la actualidad (MPEG, DivX, WMV, AVI, MOV, MP4, MKV, FLV, MP3, OGG…)

#apt-get install vlc


al hacer esto nos mostrara las dependencias que necesita instalar para este programa y nos preguntara si queremos continuar o no con la instalación

vlc instalado


Para desinstalar paquetes

este es el paso que para poder eliminar la utilidad que ya no queramos utilizar, este es el comando a seguir

#apt-get remove [nombre del paquete] esta acción elimina el paquete pero deja la configuración guardada en el sistema

#apt-get –purge remove [nombre del paquete] con esta acción desinstala todos los archivos de configuración de la utilidad

apt-get remove vlc


Luego de hacer esto nos muestra las dependencias que se desinstalara

Sigamos con las otras dos aplicaciones


Herramienta de grabación de CD de datos, CD de audio, Video CD, copia exacta de CD, grabación de DVD de datos y creación de Video DVD. Fue galardona la mejor aplicación multimedia por en 2006.

#apt-get install k3b


k3b instalado



#apt-get remove k3b



Cliente de mensajería instantánea que utiliza el protocolo MSN. Imita la apariencia y el uso de MSN Messenger y admite muchas de sus características

#apt-get install amsn


amsn instalado



#apt-get remove amsn


Listado de Puertos TCP/UDP

Posted in De interes on mayo 12, 2009 by Daniel

Puertos bien conocidos: 1 – 1023

Puertos no bien conocidos: 1024-49151

Puertos dinamicos o privados: 49152-65535



5/TCP,UDP Remote Job Entry
7/TCP,UDP Echo
9/TCP,UDP Discard
11/TCP,UDP Active Users
17/TCP,UDP Quote of the Day
18/TCP,UDP Message Send Protocol
19/TCP,UDP Character Generator
20/TCP FTP – data
21/TCP FTP—control (command)
22/TCP,UDP Secure Shell (SSH)—used for secure logins, file transfers (scp, sftp) and port forwarding
23/TCP Telnet protocol—unencrypted text communications
25/TCP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)—used for e-mail routing between mail servers
35/TCP,UDP Any private printer server protocol
35/TCP,UDP QMS Magicolor 2 printer server protocol
37/TCP,UDP TIME protocol
39/TCP,UDP Resource Location Protocol[2] (RLP)—used for determining the location of higher level services from hosts on a network
41/TCP,UDP Graphics
42/TCP,UDP nameserver, ARPA Host Name Server Protocol
43/TCP WHOIS protocol
49/TCP,UDP TACACS Login Host protocol
52/TCP,UDP XNS (Xerox Network Services) Time Protocol
53/TCP,UDP Domain Name System (DNS)
54/TCP,UDP XNS (Xerox Network Services) Clearinghouse
56/TCP,UDP XNS (Xerox Network Services) Authentication
56/TCP,UDP RAP (Route Access Protocol)[3]
57/TCP MTP, Mail Transfer Protocol
58/TCP,UDP XNS (Xerox Network Services) Mail
67/UDP Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) Server; also used by Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
68/UDP Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) Client; also used by Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
69/UDP Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
70/TCP Gopher protocol
79/TCP Finger protocol
80/TCP,UDP Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
81/TCP TorparkOnion routing
82/UDP Torpark—Control
83/TCP MIT ML Device
88/TCP Kerberos—authentication system
90/TCP,UDP dnsix (DoD Network Security for Information Exchange) Securit Attribute Token Map
90/TCP,UDP Pointcast
101/TCP NIC host name
102/TCP ISOTSAP (Transport Service Access Point) Class 0 protocol[4]
104/TCP,UDP ACR/NEMA Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine
107/TCP Remote TELNET Service[5] protocol
109/TCP Post Office Protocol 2 (POP2)
110/TCP Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3)
111/TCP,UDP Sun Remote Procedure Call
113/UDP ident—user identification system, used by IRC servers to identify users
113/TCP,UDP Authentication Service (auth)
115/TCP Simple File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)
117/TCP UUCP Path Service
118/TCP,UDP SQL (Structured Query Language) Services
119/TCP Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP)—used for retrieving newsgroup messages
123/UDP Network Time Protocol (NTP)—used for time synchronization
135/TCP,UDP DCE endpoint resolution
135/TCP,UDP Microsoft EPMAP (End Point Mapper), also known as DCE/RPC Locator service[6], used to remotely manage services including DHCP server, DNS server and WINS
137/TCP,UDP NetBIOS NetBIOS Name Service
138/TCP,UDP NetBIOS NetBIOS Datagram Service
139/TCP,UDP NetBIOS NetBIOS Session Service
143/TCP,UDP Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP)—used for retrieving, organizing, and synchronizing e-mail messages
152/TCP,UDP Background File Transfer Program (BFTP)[7]
153/TCP,UDP SGMP, Simple Gateway Monitoring Protocol
156/TCP,UDP SQL Service
158/TCP,UDP DMSP, Distributed Mail Service Protocol
161/TCP,UDP Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
162/TCP,UDP Simple Network Management Protocol Trap (SNMPTRAP)[8]
170/TCP Print-srv, Network PostScript
177/TCP,UDP X Display Manager Control Protocol (XDMCP)
179/TCP BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)
194/UDP IRC (Internet Relay Chat)
201/TCP,UDP AppleTalk Routing Maintenance
209/TCP,UDP The Quick Mail Transfer Protocol
218/TCP,UDP MPP, Message Posting Protocol
220/TCP,UDP IMAP, Interactive Mail Access Protocol, version 3
259/TCP,UDP ESRO, Efficient Short Remote Operations
264/TCP,UDP BGMP, Border Gateway Multicast Protocol
311/TCP Mac OS X Server Admin (officially AppleShare IP Web administration)
308/TCP Novastor Online Backup
318/TCP,UDP PKIX TSP, Time Stamp Protocol
323/TCP,UDP IMMP, Internet Message Mapping Protocol
350/TCP,UDP MATIP-Type A, Mapping of Airline Traffic over Internet Protocol
351/TCP,UDP MATIP-Type B, Mapping of Airline Traffic over Internet Protocol
366/TCP,UDP ODMR, On-Demand Mail Relay
369/TCP,UDP Rpc2portmap
371/TCP,UDP ClearCase albd
383/TCP,UDP HP data alarm manager
384/TCP,UDP A Remote Network Server System
387/TCP,UDP AURP, AppleTalk Update-based Routing Protocol
389/TCP,UDP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
401/TCP,UDP UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply
402/TCP Altiris, Altiris Deployment Client
411/TCP Direct Connect Hub
412/TCP Direct Connect Client-to-Client
427/TCP,UDP Service Location Protocol (SLP)
443/TCP,UDP Hypertext Transfer Protocol over TLS/SSL (HTTPS)
444/TCP,UDP SNPP, Simple Network Paging Protocol (RFC 1568)
445/TCP Microsoft-DS Active Directory, Windows shares
445/UDP Microsoft-DS SMB file sharing
464/TCP,UDP Kerberos Change/Set password
465/TCP Cisco protocol
465/TCP SMTP over SSL
475/TCP tcpnethaspsrv (Hasp services, TCP/IP version)
497/TCP Dantz Retrospect
500/UDP Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol (ISAKMP)
502/TCP,UDP Modbus, Protocol
504/TCP,UDP Citadel – multiservice protocol for dedicated clients for the Citadel groupware system
510/TCP First Class Protocol
512/TCP Rexec, Remote Process Execution
512/UDP comsat, together with biff
513/TCP Login
513/UDP Who
514/TCP Shell—used to execute non-interactive commands on a remote system
514/UDP Syslog—used for system logging
515/TCP Line Printer Daemon—print service
517/UDP Talk
518/UDP NTalk
520/TCP efs, extended file name server
520/UDP Routing—RIP
524/TCP,UDP NCP (NetWare Core Protocol) is used for a variety things such as access to primary NetWare server resources, Time Synchronization, etc.
525/UDP Timed, Timeserver
531/TCP,UDP AOL Instant Messenger, IRC
532/TCP netnews
533/UDP netwall, For Emergency Broadcasts
540/TCP UUCP (Unix-to-Unix Copy Protocol)
542/TCP,UDP commerce (Commerce Applications)
543/TCP klogin, Kerberos login
544/TCP kshell, Kerberos Remote shell
546/TCP,UDP DHCPv6 client
547/TCP,UDP DHCPv6 server
548/TCP Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) over TCP
550/UDP new-rwho, new-who
554/TCP,UDP Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)
556/TCP Remotefs, RFS, rfs_server
560/UDP rmonitor, Remote Monitor
561/UDP monitor
563/TCP,UDP NNTP protocol over TLS/SSL (NNTPS)
587/TCP e-mail message submission[9] (SMTP)
591/TCP FileMaker 6.0 (and later) Web Sharing (HTTP Alternate, also see port 80)
593/TCP,UDP HTTP RPC Ep Map, Remote procedure call over Hypertext Transfer Protocol, often used by Distributed Component Object Model services and Microsoft Exchange Server
604/TCP TUNNEL profile[10], a protocol for BEEP peers to form an application layer tunnel
623/UDP ASF Remote Management and Control Protocol</ref> (ASF-RMCP)
631/TCP,UDP Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)
636/TCP,UDP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol over TLS/SSL (LDAPS)
639/TCP,UDP MSDP, Multicast Source Discovery Protocol
646/TCP,UDP LDP, Label Distribution Protocol, a routing protocol used in MPLS networks
647/TCP DHCP Failover protocol[11]
648/TCP RRP (Registry Registrar Protocol)[12]
652/TCP DTCP, Dynamic Tunnel Configuration Protocol
654/TCP AODV (Ad-hoc On-demand Distance Vector)
655/TCP IEEE MMS (IEEE Media Management System)[13][14]
657/TCP,UDP IBM RMC (Remote monitoring and Control) protocol, used by System p5 AIX Integrated Virtualization Manager (IVM)[15] and Hardware Management Console to connect managed logical partitions (LPAR) to enable dynamic partition reconfiguration
660/TCP Mac OS X Server administration
665/TCP sun-dr, Remote Dynamic Reconfiguration
666/UDP Doom, first online first-person shooter
674/TCP ACAP (Application Configuration Access Protocol)
691/TCP MS Exchange Routing
692/TCP Hyperwave-ISP
694/UDP Linux-HA High availability Heartbeat
695/TCP IEEE-MMS-SSL (IEEE Media Management System over SSL)[16]
698/UDP OLSR (Optimized Link State Routing)
699/TCP Access Network
700/TCP EPP (Extensible Provisioning Protocol), a protocol for communication between domain name registries and registrars (RFC 4934)
701/TCP LMP (Link Management Protocol (Internet))[17], a protocol that runs between a pair of nodes and is used to manage traffic engineering (TE) links
702/TCP IRIS[18][19] (Internet Registry Information Service) over BEEP (Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol)[20] (RFC 3983)
706/TCP SILC, Secure Internet Live Conferencing
711/TCP Cisco TDP, Tag Distribution Protocol[21][22][23]—being replaced by the MPLS Label Distribution Protocol[24]
712/TCP TBRPF, Topology Broadcast based on Reverse-Path Forwarding routing protocol (RFC 3684)
712/UDP Promise RAID Controller
720/TCP SMQP, Simple Message Queue Protocol
749/TCP,UDP Kerberos administration
750/TCP rfile
750/UDP loadav
750/UDP kerberos-iv, Kerberos version IV
751/TCP,UDP pump
751/TCP,UDP kerberos_master, Kerberos authentication
752/TCP qrh
752/UDP qrh
752/UDP userreg_server, Kerberos Password (kpasswd) server
753/TCP Reverse Routing Header (rrh)[25]
753/UDP Reverse Routing Header (rrh)
753/UDP passwd_server, Kerberos userreg server
754/TCP tell send
754/TCP krb5_prop, Kerberos v5 slave propagation
754/UDP tell send
760/TCP,UDP ns
760/TCP,UDP krbupdate [kreg], Kerberos registration
782/TCP Conserver serial-console management server
783/TCP SpamAssassin spamd daemon
829/TCP CMP (Certificate Management Protocol)
843/TCP Adobe Flash socket policy server
860/TCP iSCSI (RFC 3720)
873/TCP rsync file synchronisation protocol
888/TCP cddbp, CD DataBase (CDDB) protocol (CDDBP)—unassigned but widespread use
901/TCP Samba Web Administration Tool (SWAT)
901/TCP, UDP VMware Virtual Infrastructure Client (UDP from server being managed to management console)
902/TCP VMware Server Console (TCP from management console to server being Managed)
902/UDP VMware Server Console (UDP from server being managed to management console)
904/TCP VMware Server Alternate (if 902 is in use, i.e. SUSE linux)
911/TCP Network Console on Acid (NCA)—local tty redirection over OpenSSH
953/TCP,UDP Domain Name System (DNS) RDNC Service
981/TCP SofaWare Technologies Remote HTTPS management for firewall devices running embedded Check Point FireWall-1 software
989/TCP,UDP FTPS Protocol (data): FTP over TLS/SSL
990/TCP,UDP FTPS Protocol (control): FTP over TLS/SSL
991/TCP,UDP NAS (Netnews Administration System)
992/TCP,UDP TELNET protocol over TLS/SSL
993/TCP Internet Message Access Protocol over SSL (IMAPS)
995/TCP Post Office Protocol 3 over TLS/SSL (POP3S)
999/TCP ScimoreDB Database System
1023/TCP,UDP Reserved[1]







1024/TCP,UDP Reserved[1]
1025/TCP NFS-or-IIS
1026/TCP Often utilized by Microsoft DCOM services
1029/TCP Often utilized by Microsoft DCOM services
1058/TCP,UDP nim, IBM AIX Network Installation Manager (NIM)
1059/TCP,UDP nimreg, IBM AIX Network Installation Manager (NIM)
1080/TCP SOCKS proxy
1085/TCP,UDP WebObjects
1098/TCP,UDP rmiactivation, RMI Activation
1099/TCP,UDP rmiregistry, RMI Registry
1109/TCP,UDP Reserved[1]
1109/TCP Kerberos Post Office Protocol (KPOP)
1111/UDP EasyBits School network discovery protocol (for Intel’s CMPC platform)
1140/TCP,UDP AutoNOC protocol
1167/UDP phone, conference calling
1169/TCP,UDP Tripwire
1176/TCP Perceptive Automation Indigo Home automation server
1182/TCP,UDP AcceleNet Intelligent Transfer Protocol
1194/TCP,UDP OpenVPN
1198/TCP,UDP The cajo project Free dynamic transparent distributed computing in Java
1200/TCP scol, protocol used by SCOL 3D virtual worlds server to answer world name resolution client request[26]
1200/UDP scol, protocol used by SCOL 3D virtual worlds server to answer world name resolution client request
1200/UDP Steam Friends Applet
1214/TCP Kazaa
1220/TCP QuickTime Streaming Server administration
1223/TCP,UDP TGP, TrulyGlobal Protocol, also known as “The Gur Protocol” (named for Gur Kimchi of TrulyGlobal)
1234/UDP VLC media player Default port for UDP/RTP stream
1236/TCP Symantec BindView Control UNIX Default port for TCP management server connections
1241/TCP,UDP Nessus Security Scanner
1248/TCP NSClient/NSClient++/NC_Net (Nagios)
1270/TCP,UDP Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) (formerly Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM)) agent
1293/TCP,UDP IPSec (Internet Protocol Security)
1311/TCP Dell Open Manage HTTPS
1313/TCP Xbiim (Canvii server)
1337/TCP PowerFolder P2P Encrypted File Synchronization Program
1337/TCP WASTE Encrypted File Sharing Program
1352/TCP IBM Lotus Notes/Domino Remote Procedure Call (RPC) protocol
1387/TCP,UDP cadsi-lm, LMS International (formerly Computer Aided Design Software, Inc. (CADSI)) LM
1414/TCP IBM WebSphere MQ (formerly known as MQSeries)
1417/TCP,UDP Timbuktu Service 1 Port
1418/TCP,UDP Timbuktu Service 2 Port
1419/TCP,UDP Timbuktu Service 3 Port
1420/TCP,UDP Timbuktu Service 4 Port
1431/TCP 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
1433/TCP Microsoft SQL Server database management system Server
1434/UDP Microsoft SQL Server database management system Monitor
1494/TCP Citrix XenApp Independent Computing Architecture (ICA) thin client protocol
1500/TCP NetGuard GuardianPro firewall (NT4-based) Remote Management
1501/UDP NetGuard GuardianPro firewall (NT4-based) Authentication Client
1503/TCP,UDP Windows Live Messenger (Whiteboard and Application Sharing)
1512/TCP,UDP Microsoft Windows Internet Name Service (WINS)
1521/TCP nCube License Manager
1521/TCP Oracle database default listener, in future releases official port 2483
1524/TCP,UDP ingreslock, ingres
1526/TCP Oracle database common alternative for listener
1533/TCP IBM Sametime IM—Virtual Places Chat Microsoft SQL Server
1547/TCP,UDP Laplink
1550 Gadu-Gadu (direct client-to-client)
1581/UDP MIL STD 2045-47001 VMF
1589/UDP Cisco VQP (VLAN Query Protocol) / VMPS
1645/TCP,UDP radius, RADIUS authentication protocol (default for Cisco and Juniper Networks RADIUS servers)
1646/TCP,UDP radacct, RADIUS accounting protocol (default for Cisco and Juniper Networks RADIUS servers)
1627 iSketch
1677/TCP,UDP Novell GroupWise clients in client/server access mode
1701/UDP Layer 2 Forwarding Protocol (L2F) & Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)
1716/TCP America’s Army Massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG)
1723/TCP,UDP Microsoft Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
1725/UDP Valve Steam Client
1755/TCP,UDP Microsoft Media Services (MMS, ms-streaming)
1761/TCP,UDP cft-0
1761/TCP Novell Zenworks Remote Control utility
1762–1768/TCP,UDP cft-1 to cft-7
1812/TCP,UDP radius, RADIUS authentication protocol
1813/TCP,UDP radacct, RADIUS accounting protocol
1863/TCP MSNP (Microsoft Notification Protocol), used by the .NET Messenger Service and a number of Instant Messaging clients
1900/UDP Microsoft SSDP Enables discovery of UPnP devices
1920/TCP IBM Tivoli Monitoring Console (https)
1935/TCP Adobe Systems Macromedia Flash Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) “plain” protocol
1970/TCP,UDP Danware NetOp Remote Control
1971/TCP,UDP Danware NetOp School
1972/TCP,UDP InterSystems Caché
1975–1977/UDP Cisco TCO (Documentation)
1984/TCP Big Brother—network monitoring tool
1985/UDP Cisco HSRP
1994/TCP,UDP Cisco STUN-SDLC (Serial Tunneling—Synchronous Data Link Control) protocol
1998/TCP,UDP Cisco X.25 over TCP (XOT) service
2000/TCP,UDP Cisco SCCP (Skinny)
2001/UDP CAPTAN Test Stand System
2002/TCP Secure Access Control Server (ACS) for Windows
2030 Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server
2031/TCP,UDP mobrien-chat—obsolete (ex-
2041/TCP Mail.Ru Agent communication protocol
2049/UDP Network File System
2049/UDP shilp
2053/UDP lot105-ds-upd Lot105 DSuper Updates
2053/TCP lot105-ds-upd Lot105 DSuper Updates
2053/TCP knetd Kerberos de-multiplexor
2056/UDP Civilization 4 multiplayer
2073/TCP,UDP DataReel Database
2074/TCP,UDP Vertel VMF SA (i.e. App.. SpeakFreely)
2082/TCP Infowave Mobility Server
2082/TCP CPanel default
2083/TCP Secure Radius Service (radsec)
2083/TCP CPanel default SSL
2086/TCP GNUnet
2086/TCP WebHost Manager default
2087/TCP WebHost Manager default SSL
2095/TCP CPanel default Web mail
2096/TCP CPanel default SSL Web mail
2102/TCP,UDP zephyr-srv Project Athena Zephyr Notification Service server
2103/TCP,UDP zephyr-clt Project Athena Zephyr Notification Service serv-hm connection
2104/TCP,UDP zephyr-hm Project Athena Zephyr Notification Service hostmanager
2105/TCP,UDP IBM MiniPay
2105/TCP,UDP eklogin Kerberos encrypted remote login (rlogin)
2105/TCP,UDP zephyr-hm-srv Project Athena Zephyr Notification Service hm-serv connection (should use port 2102)
2144/TCP Iron Mountain LiveVault Agent
2145/TCP Iron Mountain LiveVault Agent
2161/TCP APC Agent
2181/TCP,UDP EForward-document transport system
2190/UDP TiVoConnect Beacon
2200/UDP Tuxanci game server[27]
2210/TCP,UDP NOAAPORT Broadcast Network
2210/TCP MikroTik Remote management for “The Dude”
2211/TCP MikroTik Secure management for “The Dude”
2212/TCP,UDP LeeCO POS Server Service
2212/TCP Port-A-Pour Remote WinBatch
2219/TCP,UDP NetIQ NCAP Protocol
2220/TCP,UDP NetIQ End2End
2222/TCP DirectAdmin default
2222/UDP Microsoft Office OS X antipiracy network monitor [1]
2301/TCP HP System Management Redirect to port 2381
2302/UDP ArmA multiplayer (default for game)
2302/UDP Halo: Combat Evolved multiplayer
2303/UDP ArmA multiplayer (default for server reporting) (default port for game +1)
2305/UDP ArmA multiplayer (default for VoN) (default port for game +3)
2369/TCP Default for BMC Software CONTROL-M/Server—Configuration Agent, though often changed during installation
2370/TCP Default for BMC Software CONTROL-M/Server—to allow the CONTROL-M/Enterprise Manager to connect to the CONTROL-M/Server, though often changed during installation
2381/TCP HP Insight Manager default for Web server
2401/TCP CVS version control system
2404/TCP IEC 60870-5-104, used to send electric power telecontrol messages between two systems via directly connected data circuits
2420/UDP Westell Remote Access
2427/UDP Cisco MGCP
2447/TCP,UDP ovwdb—OpenView Network Node Manager (NNM) daemon
2483/TCP,UDP Oracle database listening for unsecure client connections to the listener, replaces port 1521
2484/TCP,UDP Oracle database listening for SSL client connections to the listener
2546/TCP,UDP EVault—Data Protection Services
2593/TCP,UDP RunUO—Ultima Online server
2598/TCP new ICA—when Session Reliability is enabled, TCP port 2598 replaces port 1494
2612/TCP,UDP QPasa from MQSoftware
2700-2800/TCP KnowShowGo P2P
2710/TCP XBT Bittorrent Tracker
2710/UDP XBT Bittorrent Tracker experimental UDP tracker extension
2735/TCP,UDP NetIQ Monitor Console
2809/TCP corbaloc:iiop URL, per the CORBA 3.0.3 specification
2809/TCP IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Bootstrap/rmi default
2809/UDP corbaloc:iiop URL, per the CORBA 3.0.3 specification.
2944/UDP Megaco Text H.248
2945/UDP Megaco Binary (ASN.1) H.248
2948/TCP,UDP WAP-push Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
2949/TCP,UDP WAP-pushsecure Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
2967/TCP Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition
3000/TCP Miralix License server
3000/UDP Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS), modifiable default
3001/TCP Miralix Phone Monitor
3002/TCP Miralix CSTA
3003/TCP Miralix GreenBox API
3004/TCP Miralix InfoLink
3006/TCP Miralix SMS Client Connector
3007/TCP Miralix OM Server
3030/TCP,UDP NetPanzer
3050/TCP,UDP gds_db (Interbase/Firebird)
3051/TCP AMS (Agency Management System)
3074/TCP,UDP Xbox LIVE and/or Games for Windows – LIVE
3128/TCP HTTP used by Web caches and the default for the Squid cache
3225/TCP,UDP FCIP (Fiber Channel over Internet Protocol)
3233/TCP,UDP WhiskerControl research control protocol
3260/TCP,UDP iSCSI target
3268/TCP,UDP msft-gc, Microsoft Global Catalog (LDAP service which contains data from Active Directory forests)
3269/TCP,UDP msft-gc-ssl, Microsoft Global Catalog over SSL (similar to port 3268, LDAP over SSL)
3283/TCP Apple Remote Desktop reporting (officially Net Assistant, referring to an earlier product)
3300/TCP TripleA game server
3305/TCP,UDP odette-ftp, Odette File Transfer Protocol (OFTP)
3306/TCP,UDP MySQL database system
3333/TCP Network Caller ID server
3386/TCP,UDP GTP’ 3GPP GSM/UMTS CDR logging protocol
3389/TCP Microsoft Terminal Server (RDP) officially registered as Windows Based Terminal (WBT)
3396/TCP,UDP Novell NDPS Printer Agent
3455/TCP,UDP [RSVP] Reservation Protocol
3423/TCP Xware xTrm Communication Protocol
3424/TCP Xware xTrm Communication Protocol over SSL
3483/UDP Slim Devices discovery protocol
3483/TCP Slim Devices SlimProto protocol
3544/UDP Teredo tunneling
3632/TCP distributed compiler
3689/TCP Digital Audio Access Protocol (DAAP)—used by Apple’s iTunes and AirPort Express
3690/TCP,UDP Subversion version control system
3702/TCP,UDP Web Services Dynamic Discovery (WS-Discovery), used by various components of Windows Vista
3723/TCP,UDP Used by many Blizzard games (Diablo II, Warcraft II, Warcraft III, StarCraft)
3724/TCP,UDP World of Warcraft Online gaming MMORPG
3724/TCP Club Penguin Disney online game for kids
3784/TCP,UDP Ventrilo VoIP program used by Ventrilo
3785/UDP Ventrilo VoIP program used by Ventrilo
3868/TCP,SCTP Diameter base protocol (RFC 3588)
3872/TCP Oracle Management Remote Agent
3899/TCP Remote Administrator
3900/TCP udt_os, IBM UniData UDT OS[28]
3945/TCP,UDP EMCADS service, a Giritech product used by G/On
3978/UDP OpenTTD game serverlist masterserver
3979/TCP,UDP OpenTTD game
4000/TCP,UDP Diablo II game
4007/TCP PrintBuzzer printer monitoring socket server
4018/TCP,UDP protocol information and warnings
4069/UDP Minger Email Address Verification Protocol[29]
4089/TCP,UDP OpenCORE Remote Control Service
4093/TCP,UDP PxPlus Client server interface ProvideX
4096/TCP,UDP Bridge-Relay Element ASCOM
4100 WatchGuard Authentication Applet—default
4111/TCP Xgrid
4125/TCP Microsoft Remote Web Workplace administration
4226/TCP,UDP Aleph One (game)
4224/TCP Cisco CDP Cisco discovery Protocol
4500/UDP IPSec NAT Traversal (RFC 3947)
4534/UDP Armagetron Advanced default server port
4569/UDP Inter-Asterisk eXchange
4610-4640/TCP QualiSystems TestShell Suite Services
4662/TCP,UDP OrbitNet Message Service
4662/TCP often used by eMule
4664/TCP Google Desktop Search
4664/TCP Default for Unica’s Campaign Listener, though often changed during installation
4672/UDP eMule—often used
4747/TCP Apprentice
4750/TCP BladeLogic Agent
4840/TCP,UDP OPC UA TCP Protocol for OPC Unified Architecture from OPC Foundation
4843/TCP,UDP OPC UA TCP Protocol over TLS/SSL for OPC Unified Architecture from OPC Foundation
4847/TCP,UDP Web Fresh Communication, Quadrion Software & Odorless Entertainment
4993/TCP,UDP Home FTP Server web Interface Default Port
4894/TCP,UDP LysKOM Protocol A
4899/TCP,UDP Radmin remote administration tool (program sometimes used by a Trojan horse)
5000/TCP commplex-main
5000/TCP UPnP—Windows network device interoperability
5000/TCP,UDP VTunVPN Software
5001/TCP commplex-link
5001/TCP,UDP Iperf (Tool for measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance)
5001/TCP Slingbox and Slingplayer
5003/TCP,UDP FileMaker
5004/TCP,UDP,DCCP RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) media data (RFC 3551, RFC 4571)
5005/TCP,UDP,DCCP RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) control protocol (RFC 3551, RFC 4571)
5031/TCP,UDP AVM CAPI-over-TCP (ISDN over Ethernet tunneling)
5050/TCP Yahoo! Messenger
5051/TCP ita-agent Symantec Intruder Alert[30]
5060/TCP,UDP Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
5061/TCP Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) over TLS
5093/UDP SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) License Administrator
5104/TCP IBM Tivoli Framework NetCOOL/Impact[31] HTTP Service
5106/TCP A-Talk Common connection
5107/TCP A-Talk Remote server connection
5110/TCP ProRat Server
5121/TCP Neverwinter Nights
5151/TCP ESRI SDE Instance
5151/UDP ESRI SDE Remote Start
5154/TCP,UDP BZFlag
5176/TCP ConsoleWorks default UI interface
5190/TCP ICQ and AOL Instant Messenger
5222/TCP Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP, Jabber) client connection (RFC 3920)
5223/TCP Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP, Jabber) client connection over SSL
5269/TCP Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP, Jabber) server connection (RFC 3920)
5298/TCP,UDP Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) link-local messaging
5351/TCP,UDP NAT Port Mapping Protocol—client-requested configuration for inbound connections through network address translators
5353/UDP Multicast DNS (MDNS)
5355/TCP,UDP LLMNR—Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution, allows hosts to perform name resolution for hosts on the same local link (only provided by Windows Vista and Server 2008)
5402/TCP,UDP mftp, Stratacache OmniCast content delivery system MFTP file sharing protocol
5405/TCP,UDP NetSupport
5421/TCP,UDP Net Support 2
5432/TCP,UDP PostgreSQL database system
5445/UDP Cisco Unified Video Advantage
5495/TCP Applix TM1 Admin server
5498/TCP Hotline tracker server connection
5499/UDP Hotline tracker server discovery
5500/TCP VNC remote desktop protocol—for incoming listening viewer, Hotline control connection
5501/TCP Hotline file transfer connection
5517/TCP Setiqueue Proxy server client for SETI@Home project
5555/TCP Freeciv versions up to 2.0, Hewlett Packard Data Protector, SAP
5556/TCP,UDP Freeciv
5631/TCP pcANYWHEREdata, Symantec pcAnywhere (version 7.52 and later[32])[33] data
5632/UDP pcANYWHEREstat, Symantec pcAnywhere (version 7.52 and later) status
5666/TCP NRPE (Nagios)
5667/TCP NSCA (Nagios)
5723/TCP Operations Manager
5800/TCP VNC remote desktop protocol—for use over HTTP
5814/TCP,UDP Hewlett-Packard Support Automation (HP OpenView Self-Healing Services)
5852/TCP Adeona client: communications to OpenDHT
5900/TCP,UDP Virtual Network Computing (VNC) remote desktop protocol (used by Apple Remote Desktop and others)
5938/TCP,UDP TeamViewer[34] remote desktop protocol
5984/TCP,UDP CouchDB database server
5999/TCP CVSup [35] file update tool
6000/TCP X11—used between an X client and server over the network
6001/UDP X11—used between an X client and server over the network
6005/TCP Default for BMC Software CONTROL-M/Server—Socket used for communication between CONTROL-M processes—though often changed during installation
6005/TCP Default for Camfrog Chat & Cam Client
6050/TCP Brightstor Arcserve Backup
6050/TCP Nortel Software
6051/TCP Brightstor Arcserve Backup
6072/TCP iOperator Protocol Signal Port
6086/TCP PDTP—FTP like file server in a P2P network
6100/TCP Vizrt System
6101/TCP Backup Exec Agent Browser
6110/TCP,UDP softcm, HP Softbench CM
6111/TCP,UDP spc, HP Softbench Sub-Process Control
6112/TCP,UDP “dtspcd”—a network daemon that accepts requests from clients to execute commands and launch applications remotely
6112/TCP Blizzard‘s gaming service, ArenaNet gaming service
6112/TCP Club Penguin Disney online game for kids
6113/TCP Club Penguin Disney online game for kids
6129/TCP DameWare Remote Control
6257/UDP WinMX (see also 6699)
6346/TCP,UDP gnutella-svc, Gnutella (FrostWire, Limewire, Shareaza, etc.)
6347/TCP,UDP gnutella-rtr, Gnutella alternate
6389/TCP EMC Clarrion
6444/TCP,UDP Sun Grid Engine—Qmaster Service
6445/TCP,UDP Sun Grid Engine—Execution Service
6502/TCP,UDP Danware Data NetOp Remote Control
6522/TCP Gobby (and other libobby-based software)
6543/UDP Paradigm Research & Development Jetnet[36] default
6566/TCP SANE (Scanner Access Now Easy)—SANE network scanner daemon
6571 Windows Live FolderShare client
6600/TCP Music Playing Daemon (MPD)
6619/TCP,UDP odette-ftps, Odette File Transfer Protocol (OFTP) over TLS/SSL
6646/UDP McAfee Network Agent
6660–6664/TCP Internet Relay Chat
6665–6669/TCP Internet Relay Chat
6679/TCP IRC SSL (Secure Internet Relay Chat)—often used
6697/TCP IRC SSL (Secure Internet Relay Chat)—often used
6699/TCP WinMX (see also 6257)
6771/UDP Polycom server broadcast
6789/TCP Datalogger Support Software Campbell Scientific Loggernet Software
6881–6887/TCP,UDP BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often
6888/TCP,UDP BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often
6889–6890/TCP,UDP BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often
6891–6900/TCP,UDP BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often
6891–6900/TCP,UDP Windows Live Messenger (File transfer)
6901/TCP,UDP Windows Live Messenger (Voice)
6901/TCP,UDP BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often
6902–6968/TCP,UDP BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often
6969/TCP,UDP acmsoda
6969/TCP BitTorrent tracker
6970–6999/TCP,UDP BitTorrent part of full range of ports used most often
7000/TCP Default for Vuze‘s built in HTTPS Bittorrent Tracker
7001/TCP Default for BEA WebLogic Server‘s HTTP server, though often changed during installation
7002/TCP Default for BEA WebLogic Server‘s HTTPS server, though often changed during installation
7005/TCP Default for BMC Software CONTROL-M/Server and CONTROL-M/Agent for Agent-to-Server, though often changed during installation
7006/TCP Default for BMC Software CONTROL-M/Server and CONTROL-M/Agent for Server-to-Agent, though often changed during installation
7010/TCP Default for Cisco AON AMC (AON Management Console) [2]
7025/TCP Zimbra LMTP [mailbox]—local mail delivery
7047/TCP Zimbra conversion server
7133/TCP Enemy Territory: Quake Wars
7171/TCP Tibia
7306/TCP Zimbra mysql [mailbox]
7307/TCP Zimbra mysql [logger]
7312/UDP Sibelius License Server
7400/TCP,UDP RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) DDS Discovery
7401/TCP,UDP RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) DDS User-Traffic
7402/TCP,UDP RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) DDS Meta-Traffic
7670/TCP BrettspielWelt BSW Boardgame Portal
7777/TCP iChat server file transfer proxy
7777/TCP Default used by Windows backdoor program tini.exe
7831/TCP Default used by Smartlaunch Internet Cafe Administration[37] software
7915/TCP Default for YSFlight server [3]
8000/TCP,UDP iRDMI (Intel Remote Desktop Management Interface)[38]—sometimes erroneously used instead of port 8080
8000-8001/TCP Commonly used for internet radio streams such as those using SHOUTcast
8002/TCP Cisco Systems Unified Call Manager Intercluster
8008/TCP HTTP Alternate
8008/TCP IBM HTTP Server administration default
8010/TCP XMPP/Jabber File transfers
8074/TCP Gadu-Gadu
8080/TCP HTTP alternate (http_alt)—commonly used for Web proxy and caching server, or for running a Web server as a non-root user
8080/TCP Apache Tomcat
8080/UDP FilePhile Master/Relay
8081/TCP HTTP alternate, e.g. McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO)
8086/TCP HELM Web Host Automation Windows Control Panel
8086/TCP Kaspersky AV Control Center
8087/TCP Hosting Accelerator Control Panel
8087/UDP Kaspersky AV Control Center
8087/TCP Parallels Plesk Control Panel
8090/TCP HTTP Alternate (http_alt_alt)—used as an alternative to port 8080
8116/UDP Check Point Cluster Control Protocol
8118/TCP Privoxy—advertisement-filtering Web proxy
8123/TCP Polipo Web proxy
8192/TCP Sophos Remote Management System
8193/TCP Sophos Remote Management System
8194/TCP Sophos Remote Management System
8200/TCP GoToMyPC
8220/TCP Bloomberg
8222 VMware Server Management User Interface (insecure Web interface)[39]. See also port 8333
8243/TCP,UDP HTTPS listener for Apache Synapse [40]
8280/TCP,UDP HTTP listener for Apache Synapse [40]
8291/TCP Winbox—Default on a MikroTik RouterOS for a Windows application used to administer MikroTik RouterOS
8294/TCP Bloomberg
8333 VMware Server Management User Interface (secure Web interface)[39]. See also port 8222
8400/TCP,UDP cvp, Commvault Unified Data Management
8443/TCP SW Soft Plesk Control Panel, Apache Tomcat SSL
8484/TCP,UDP MapleStory
8500/TCP,IPX ColdFusion Macromedia/Adobe ColdFusion default and Duke Nukem 3D—default
8501/TCP [4] DukesterX —default
8701/UDP SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager
8702/UDP SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager
8767/UDP TeamSpeak—default
8880/UDP cddbp-alt, CD DataBase (CDDB) protocol (CDDBP) alternate
8880/TCP cddbp-alt, CD DataBase (CDDB) protocol (CDDBP) alternate
8880/TCP WebSphere Application Server SOAP connector default
8881/TCP Atlasz Informatics Research Ltd Secure Application Server
8882/TCP Atlasz Informatics Research Ltd Secure Application Server
8888/TCP,UDP NewsEDGE server
8888/TCP Sun Answerbook dwhttpd server (deprecated by
8888/TCP GNUmp3d HTTP music streaming and Web interface
8888/TCP LoLo Catcher HTTP Web interface (
8888/TCP D2GS Admin Console Telnet administration console for D2GS servers (Diablo 2)
9000/TCP Buffalo LinkSystem Web access
9000/TCP DBGp
9000/TCP SqueezeCenter web server & streaming
9000/UDP UDPCast
9001 Microsoft Sharepoint Authoring Environment
9001 cisco-xremote router configuration
9001 Tor network default
9001/TCP DBGp Proxy
9009/TCP,UDP Pichat Server—Peer to peer chat software
9030/TCP Tor often used
9043/TCP WebSphere Application Server Administration Console secure
9050/TCP Tor
9051/TCP Tor
9060/TCP WebSphere Application Server Administration Console
9080/UDP glrpc, Groove Collaboration software GLRPC
9080/TCP glrpc, Groove Collaboration software GLRPC
9080/TCP WebSphere Application Server HTTP Transport (port 1) default
9090/TCP Openfire Administration Console
9090/TCP SqueezeCenter control (CLI)
9091/TCP Openfire Administration Console (SSL Secured)
9100/TCP PDL Data Stream
9101 Bacula Director
9102 Bacula File Daemon
9103 Bacula Storage Daemon
9110/UDP SSMP Message protocol
9119/TCP,UDP MXit Instant Messenger
9300/TCP IBM Cognos 8 SOAP Business Intelligence and Performance Management
9418/TCP,UDP git, Git pack transfer service
9443/TCP WSO2 Web Services Application Server HTTPS transport (officially WSO2 Tungsten HTTPS
9443/TCP WebSphere Application Server HTTP Transport (port 2) default
9535/TCP mngsuite, LANDesk Management Suite Remote Control
9535/TCP BBOS001, IBM Websphere Application Server (WAS) High Avail Mgr Com
9535/UDP mngsuite, LANDesk Management Suite Remote Control
9800/TCP,UDP WebDAV Source
9800 WebCT e-learning portal
9875/TCP Club Penguin Disney online game for kids
9898/TCP,UDP MonkeyCom
9898/TCP Tripwire – File Integrity Monitoring Software
9999 Hydranode—edonkey2000 TELNET control
9999/TCP Lantronix UDS-10/UDS100[41] RS-485 to Ethernet Converter TELNET control
9999 Urchin Web Analytics
10000 Webmin—Web-based Linux admin tool
10000 BackupExec
10000 Ericsson Account Manager (avim)
10001/TCP Lantronix UDS-10/UDS100[42] RS-485 to Ethernet Converter default
10008/TCP,UDP Octopus Multiplexer, primary port for the CROMP protocol, which provides a platform-independent means for communication of objects across a network
10017 AIX,NeXT, HPUX—rexd daemon control
10024/TCP Zimbra smtp [mta]—to amavis from postfix
10025/TCP Ximbra smtp [mta]—back to postfix from amavis
10050/TCP,UDP Zabbix-Agent
10051/TCP,UDP Zabbix-Trapper
10113/TCP,UDP NetIQ Endpoint
10114/TCP,UDP NetIQ Qcheck
10115/TCP,UDP NetIQEndpoint
10116/TCP,UDP NetIQ VoIP Assessor
10200/TCP FRISK Software International‘s fpscand virus scanning daemon for Unix platforms [5]
10200–10204/TCP FRISK Software International‘s f-protd virus scanning daemon for Unix platforms [6]
10308 Lock-on: Modern Air Combat
10480 SWAT 4 Dedicated Server
11211 memcached
11235 Savage:Battle for Newerth Server Hosting
11294 Blood Quest Online Server
11371 OpenPGP HTTP key server
11576 IPStor Server management communication
12012/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, Korea Server – Status/Version Check
12013/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, Korea Server
12035/UDP Linden Lab viewer to sim
12345 NetBus—remote administration tool (often Trojan horse). Also used by NetBuster. Little Fighter 2 (TCP).
12975/TCP LogMeIn Hamachi (VPN tunnel software; also port 32976)—used to connect to Mediation Server (; will attempt to use SSL (TCP port 443) if both 12975 & 32976 fail to connect
12998-12999/UDP Takenaka RDI Mirror World on SL
13000–13050/UDP Linden Lab viewer to sim
13076/TCP Default for BMC Software CONTROL-M/Enterprise Manager Corba communication, though often changed during installation
13720/TCP,UDP Symantec NetBackup—bprd (formerly VERITAS)
13721/TCP,UDP Symantec NetBackup—bpdbm (formerly VERITAS)
13724/TCP,UDP Symantec Network Utility—vnetd (formerly VERITAS)
13782/TCP,UDP Symantec NetBackup—bpcd (formerly VERITAS)
13783/TCP,UDP Symantec VOPIED protocol (formerly VERITAS)
13785/TCP,UDP Symantec NetBackup Database—nbdb (formerly VERITAS)
13786/TCP,UDP Symantec nomdb (formerly VERITAS)
14552/TCP Lasso (programming language) application service
14567/UDP Battlefield 1942 and mods
15000/TCP psyBNC
15000/TCP Wesnoth
15000/TCP Kaspersky Network Agent
15000/TCP hydap, Hypack Hydrographic Software Packages Data Acquisition
15000/UDP hydap, Hypack Hydrographic Software Packages Data Acquisition
15567/UDP Battlefield Vietnam and mods
15345/TCP,UDP XPilot Contact
16000/TCP shroudBNC
16080/TCP Mac OS X Server Web (HTTP) service with performance cache[43]
16384/UDP Iron Mountain Digital online backup
16567/UDP Battlefield 2 and mods
18180/TCP DART Reporting server
18200/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft Thailand Server – Status/Version Check
18201/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft Thailand Server
18206/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft Thailand Server – FAM Database
18300/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft SEA Server – Status/Version Check
18301/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft SEA Server
18306/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, AsiaSoft SEA Server – FAM Database
18400/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, KAIZEN Brazil Server – Status/Version Check
18401/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, KAIZEN Brazil Server
18505/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, Nexon Server – Status/Version Check
18506/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, Nexon Server
18605/TCP,UDP X-BEAT – Status/Version Check
19000/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, G10/alaplaya Server – Status/Version Check
19001/TCP,UDP Audition Online Dance Battle, G10/alaplaya Server
19226/TCP Panda Software AdminSecure Communication Agent
19638/TCP Ensim Control Panel
19771/TCP,UDP Softros LAN Messenger
19813/TCP 4D database Client Server Communication
19880/TCP Softros LAN Messenger
20000 DNP (Distributed Network Protocol), a protocol used in SCADA systems between communicating RTU‘s and IED‘s
20000 Usermin, Web-based user tool
20014/TCP DART Reporting server
20720/TCP Symantec i3 Web GUI server
22347/TCP,UDP WibuKey, WIBU-SYSTEMS AG Software protection system
22350/TCP,UDP CodeMeter, WIBU-SYSTEMS AG Software protection system
23073 Soldat Dedicated Server
23513 [7] Duke Nukem Ports
24444 NetBeans integrated development environment
24465/TCP,UDP Tonido Directory Server for Tonido which is a Personal Web app and peer-to-peer platform
24554/TCP,UDP BINKP, Fidonet mail transfers over TCP/IP
24800 Synergy: keyboard/mouse sharing software
24842 StepMania: Online: Dance Dance Revolution Simulator
25999/TCP Xfire
26000/TCP,UDP id Software‘s Quake server
26000/TCP CCP‘s EVE Online Online gaming MMORPG
26900/TCP CCP‘s EVE Online Online gaming MMORPG
26901/TCP CCP‘s EVE Online Online gaming MMORPG
27000/UDP (through 27006) id Software‘s QuakeWorld master server
27000/TCP VMWare‘s Licence server (from server being managed to management console))
27010 Half-Life and its mods, such as Counter-Strike
27010/TCP VMWare‘s Licence server (from server being managed to management console))
27015 Half-Life and its mods, such as Counter-Strike
27374 Sub7 default. Most script kiddies do not change from this.
27500/UDP (through 27900) id Software‘s QuakeWorld
27888/UDP Kaillera server
27900 (through 27901) Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
27901/UDP (through 27910) id Software‘s Quake II master server
27960/UDP (through 27969) Activision‘s Enemy Territory and id Software‘s Quake III Arena and Quake III and some ioquake3 derived games
28001 Starsiege: Tribes Common/default Tribes v.1 Server
28395/TCP Used by Smart Sale® 5.0
28910 Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
28960 Call of Duty 2 Common Call of Duty 2 (PC Version)
28961 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Common Call of Duty 4 (PC Version)
29900 (through 29901) Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
29920 Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
30000 Pokemon Netbattle
30301 BitTorrent
30564/TCP Multiplicity: keyboard/mouse/clipboard sharing software
31337/TCP Back Orifice—remote administration tool (often Trojan horse)
31415 ThoughtSignal—Server Communication Service (often Informational)
31456/TCP TetriNET IRC gateway on some servers
31457/TCP TetriNET
31458/TCP TetriNET Used for game spectators
32245/TCP MMTSG-mutualed over MMT (encrypted transmission)
32976/TCP LogMeIn Hamachi (VPN tunnel software; also port 12975)—used to connect to Mediation Server (; will attempt to use SSL (TCP port 443) if both 12975 & 32976 fail to connect
33434/TCP,UDP traceroute
34443 Linksys PSUS4 print server
37777/TCP Digital Video Recorder hardware
36963 Counter Strike 2D multiplayer (2D clone of popular CounterStrike computer game)
40000/TCP,UDP SafetyNET p Real-time Industrial Ethernet protocol
43594–43595/TCP RuneScape
47808/TCP,UDP BACnet Building Automation and Control Networks
49151/TCP,UDP Reserved[1]



Posted in Windows on mayo 11, 2009 by Daniel

Para entender el producto es bueno conocer primero a sus creadores. Aunque ahora es sorprendente topar con alguien que no conozca a Bill Gates, hubo un tiempo en el que el mundo era diferente.

Cuando todavía era estudiante conoció a Paul Allen y años más tarde en 1975 decidieron montar su propia empresa. El primer objetivo fue desarrollar las versiones del lenguaje de programación BASIC para el equipo Altair. La empresa se llamaría Microsoft.

El primer logro de Microsoft fue el MS-DOS. En 1980 IBM está trabajando en el que sería su gran éxito, la IBM PC. Necesita un software para su proyecto y se lo encarga a Microsoft. Gates tiene poco tiempo así que compra el software a otra empresa, lo rebautiza con el nombre de MS-DOS y le vende la licencia de uso a IBM.

Afortunadamente para Microsoft el nuevo PC es todo un éxito, el resto de fabricantes lo imitan y piden la licencia de uso del MS-DOS. En poco tiempo el IBM PC se ha convertido en un estándar y Bill Gates en millonario. Las relaciones con IBM en el desarrollo del software continúan pero Windows pondría piedras en el camino.

Su nombre completo es Microsoft Windows. Nació en 1985 para ser un complemento del MS-DOS. La novedad del momento era su Interfaz Gráfica de Usuario (GUI) pero a pesar de ello el sistema tenía ciertas limitaciones y no se implantó con la firmeza que sus creadores hubieran querido.

Uno de los principales problemas que tuvo fue Apple, que para proteger su sistema operativo impedía que Microsoft plagiara su producto. Así que Microsoft no podía incluir en Windows cosas como la papelera de reciclaje o la superposición de las ventanas.

Evoluciones de Windows


La netiqueta

Posted in De interes on mayo 9, 2009 by Daniel

Netiquette (o netiqueta en su versión castellanizada), es una palabra derivada del francés étiquette (buena educación) y del inglés net (red) o network, es el conjunto de reglas que regulan el comportamiento de un usuario en un grupo de noticiasnewsgroup en inglés), una lista de correo, un foro de discusiones o al usar el correo electrónico. Por extensión se utiliza también para referirse al conjunto de normas de comportamiento general en Internet.

De la misma manera que existe un protocolo para los encuentros físicos con personas, la así llamada netiquette describe un protocolo que se debe utilizar al hacer “contacto” electrónico.

Al igual que en la vida cotidiana, no conocerla no exime de responsabilidades.

Internet ha definido nuevos modelos de comunicación que han ido evolucionando de la misma forma que los usuarios los han ido modelando y utilizando. En esta evolución, los administradores de sistemas que permiten la comunicación y el debate entre usuarios han ido creando normas y protocolos en base a su experiencia con la intención de evitar malentendidos y disputas entre usuarios, así como que la actuación de un usuario pueda molestar a muchos o utilizar recursos indiscriminados del sistema.

Un ejemplo de protocolo simple ampliamente reconocido en la netiqueta son los textos escritos en mayúsculas, que se interpretan como si se dijesen gritando.

En el correo electrónico

  1. Mensajes cortos: es más difícil leer en una pantalla que en papel, por lo que los correos deben ser concisos y no demasiado largos.
  2. Presentación: no escribir todo en mayúsculas, ni en un tamaño de letra excesivo. Esto da apariencia de gritar o estar enojado. Usar sangría, indentado, párrafos y listas para hacer más legible el texto.
  3. Ser amable: no se debe confrontar a alguien por correo ni usar lenguaje ofensivo. El que lo recibe debe sentirse agradado de recibir un correo.
  4. Asunto: el asunto (subject) debe indicar el tema que uno va a tratar. Hace más fácil el catalogar, priorizar, y leer el correo. Sobre todo, es bueno usar asuntos diferentes a los que usan los spammers.
  5. Listas de distribución: cuando se envía un mismo correo a muchas personas -especialmente cuando no se conocen entre sí-, es mejor ocultarlos escribiendo sus direcciones en el campo Con Copia Oculta (Cco-Bcc) y poniendo la dirección propia en destinatario (Para-To).
  6. Confirmación: se considera de pésima educación solicitar confirmación de lectura o similar al enviar un correo, pues se pone en entredicho la responsabilidad del receptor.
  7. Con calma: hay que organizar las ideas y pensar bien qué vas a escribir. Tal vez te sirva hacer un borrador antes. También es bueno corregir la ortografía.

En los grupos de noticias y foros

  1. Al unirte a un foro o grupo de noticias, y antes de enviar algo, dedica un tiempo a leer los mensajes de los demás. Si te gusta, puedes unirte y empezar a mandar mensajes también.
  2. Busca primero los FAQ. Estas son preguntas y respuestas muy comunes y lo más probable es que ya den alguna información que necesitas. También puedes hacer una busqueda en el Foro, tecleando algún concepto en específico, por ejemplo: “Rolls Royce modelo 1966”. A veces es molesto para los foristas y moderadores, ver la misma pregunta una y otra vez.
  3. Siempre guarda tu subscripción a un grupo. Así tienes la dirección para suspender el servicio cuando se te antoje.
  4. Para salirte de un grupo, hazlo a la dirección que se indica. Es molesto cuando esos mensajes llegan a todo el grupo.
  5. Si vas a enviar un mensaje personal, no lo hagas mediante el foro o la lista de distribución.
  6. Cada grupo tiene su propia netiqueta.
  7. Mandar publicidad a un grupo de noticias va contra el espíritu de Internet.


Montar y desmontar la usb manualmente en linux

Posted in Comandos, Linux on mayo 7, 2009 by Daniel


Para montar el pendrive usb con comandos tenemos que ver el sistema de archivo al que esta asignado el dispositivo, primero entramos como root y ejecutamos el comando fdisk -l, nos saldra algo así


esto muestra los dispositivos de almacenamiento actualmente activos en el sistema, en este ejemplo esta detectado como

/dev/sdc1 * 51 49600 3963968 b W95 FAT32

tambien puede aparecer como sda1 o sdb1 dependiendo de cuantos dispositivos tengamos

creamos una carpeta para montar el dispositivo, en este ejemplo ponemos así

#mkdir /media/usb ahora lo montamos con el comando

# mount /dev/sdc1 /media/usb/

nos paramos en la ruta usb y listamos

# cd /media/usb/

# lsusb2

ya nos aparecerá los archivos que tengamos en la usb

para desmontarlo hacemos lo siguiente, nos devolvemos un directorio anterior y quedamos en media

ahora ponemos este comando

# umount /dev/sdc1

listamos en el directorio usb y ya no veremos los archivos de la usb

Permisos en Linux

Posted in Comandos, Linux on mayo 6, 2009 by Daniel


Estos permisos se dirigen en los usuarios y los grupos, para la asignación de los derechos en los archivos y directorios.

En algunos archivos o directorios tienen unos permisos que solamente pueden leer, escribir, ejecutar o todas las anteriores; veamos cuales son esos permisos.

r: de read (lectura)

w: de write (escritura)

x: de execute (ejecución)

u: usuario

g: grupo

o: otros

a: todos

+: agregar

: quitar

para ver cuales son los permisos que queremos ver le damos el comando #ls -l así nos listara los archivos y directorios en el lugar donde estemos ubicados, nos saldra algo asi


como interpretamos esto


pongamos un ejemplo

el comando chmod cambia los permisos de los archivos o directorios

#chmod u+rwx [nombre del archivo en este caso “ejemplo”] listamos y nos saldra esto


que el dueño puede leer, escribir y ejecutar

otra forma de hacer esto es con números

r: 4

w: 2

x: 1

ejemplo #chmod 724 [nombre del archivo]


en este caso el dueño puede leer, escribir y ejecutar, el grupo puede ejecutar y otros puede leer; entonces se pregunta ¿como  el dueño puede hacer todos los permisos?; se hace de esta forma: se suma 4+2+1 =7 el ciete da todos los permisos