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Commonly Used TCP and UDP Ports

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For network security, it is frequently needed to know on which port a particular daemon or service is listening.


Most services or daemons that have their own PID (process identification) will simply show up in a 'netstat -nlptu' listing.  However, services which start with xinetd will show up as xinetd listening on the port.  As the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) manages these registered ports, identifying these services takes a little further investigation, but these are generally quickly identified by web searches.  For specifics on the netstat command-line flags, please refer to the man pages.

Here is a list of commonly-used TCP and UDP ports.  A similar list is generated by using the comand, 'netstat -planetu'.

Proto  Local Address           Foreign Address         State       PID/Program name
tcp    *               LISTEN      11943/xinetd (ftp)
udp    *                           3857/dhcpd
udp    *                           10523/dhcpcd
udp    *                           11943/xinetd (tftp)
tcp   *               LISTEN      3390/portmap
udp   *                           3390/portmap
udp   *                           11021/nmbd
udp   *                           11021/nmbd
tcp   *               LISTEN      11046/smbd
tcp   *               LISTEN      11943/xinetd (imap)
tcp   *               LISTEN      6443/slapd
tcp   *               LISTEN      11046/smbd
tcp   *               LISTEN      3866/cupsd
udp   *                           3866/cupsd
udp   *                           8977/rpc.mountd
tcp   *               LISTEN      8977/rpc.mountd
udp   *                           10024/ypserv
tcp   *               LISTEN      11943/xinetd (rsync)
tcp   *               LISTEN      10024/ypserv
tcp  *               LISTEN      - (nfs)
udp  *                           - (nfs)
tcp  *               LISTEN      5281/isnsd
tcp  *               LISTEN      12836/(squid)
udp  *                           12836/(squid)
tcp  *               LISTEN      3346/ietd
udp  *                           12836/(squid)
tcp  *               LISTEN      11943/xinetd (vnc)
tcp  *               LISTEN      11943/xinetd (vnc)
udp *                           3754/named
udp *                           12836/(squid)
tcp  *               LISTEN      6869/master
tcp  *               LISTEN      3754/named
udp  *                           3754/named
tcp *               LISTEN      3830/slpd
tcp *               LISTEN      3754/named
tcp*               LISTEN      3654/zmd
udp*                           5281/isnsd
udp*                           5281/isnsd
udp*                           5281/isnsd
tcp*               LISTEN      3754/named
udp*                           3754/named
udp*                           11021/nmbd
udp*                           11021/nmbd
tcp*               LISTEN      3830/slpd
udp*                           3830/slpd
udp*                           3830/slpd
udp*                           3830/slpd
udp*                           3830/slpd
udp*                           5281/isnsd
tcp        :::22                   :::*                    LISTEN      3653/sshd
tcp        :::53                   :::*                    LISTEN      3754/named
udp        :::53                   :::*                                3754/named
tcp        :::80                   :::*                    LISTEN      4048/httpd2-prefork
udp        :::177                  :::*                                3652/gdm
tcp        :::389                  :::*                    LISTEN      6443/slapd
tcp        :::3260                 :::*                    LISTEN      3346/ietd
udp        :::32769                :::*                                3754/named
tcp        ::1:25                  :::*                    LISTEN      6869/master
tcp        ::1:953                 :::*                    LISTEN      3754/named


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  • Document ID:7001745
  • Creation Date: 09-Mar-2009
  • Modified Date:05-Mar-2021
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    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

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