List of Common Ports Cheat Sheet

​To supplem​ent the courses in our Cyber Security School, here is a list of the Common TCP and UDP Port numbers.

Table Of Contents

TCP/UDP Port Numbers

7 Echo
19 Chargen
20-21 FTP
22 SSH/SCP                            
23 Telnet
25 SMTP
42 WINS Replication
43 WHOIS
49 TACACS
53 DNS
67-68 DHCP/BOOTP
69 TFTP
70 Gopher
79 Finger
80 HTTP
88 Kerberos
102 MS Exchange
110 POP3
113 Ident
119 NNTP (Usenet)
123 NTP
135 MS RPC
137-139 NetBIOS
143 IMAP4
161-162 SNMP
177 XDMCP
179 BGP
201 AppleTalk
264 BGMP
318 TSP
381-383 HP Openview
389 LDAP
411-412 Direct Connect  
443 HTTP over SSL              
445 MS DS
464 Kerberos
465 SMTP over SSL             
497 Retrospect
500 ISAKMP                            
512 rexec
513 rlogin
514 syslog
515 LPD/LPR
520 RIP
521 RIPng (IPv6)
540 UUCP

554 RTSP
546-547 DHCPv6
560 rmonitor
563 NNTP OVER SSL             
587 SMTP
591 FileMaker
593 MS DCOM
631 Internet Printing
636 LDAP OVER SSL             
639 MSDP (PIM)
646 LDP (MPLS)
691 MS Exchange
860 iSCSI
873 rsync
902 VMware Server
989-990 FTP OVER SSL         
993 IMAP4 OVER SSL         
995 POP3 OVER SSL           
1025 MS RPC
1026-1029 Win Messenger
1080  SOCKS PROXY                
1080 MyDoom
1194 OpenVPN
1214  KAZAA                         
1241 Nessus
1311 Dell OpenManage
1337 WASTE                         
1433-1434 MS SQL
1512 WINS
1589 Cisco VQP
1701 L2TP
1723 MS PPTP
1725  STEAM              
1741 CiscoWorks 2000
1755 MS MEDIA SERVER      
1812-1813 RADIUS
1863 MSN                          
1985 Cisco HSRP
2000 Cisco SCCP
2002 Cisco ACS
2049 NFS
2082-2083 cPanel
2100 Oracle XDB
2222 DirectAdmin
2302 HALO                           
2483-2484 Oracle DB

2745 BAGLE.H                     
2967 Symantec AV
3050 Interbase DB
3074 XBOX LIVE                   
3124 HTTP Proxy
3127 MYDOOM                
3128 HTTP Proxy
3222 GLBP
3260 iSCSI Target
3306 MySQL
3389 Terminal Ser ver
3689 iTunes
3690 Subversion
3724 World of Warcraft      
3784-3785 Ventrilo              
4333 mSQL 
4444 BLASTER                      
4664 Google Desktop
4672 EMULE                         
4899 Radmin
5000 UPnP
5001 Slingbox                         
5001 iperf
5004-5005 RTP                   
5050 YAHOO! MESSENGER   
5060 SIP                           
5190 AIM/ ICQ                  
5222-5223  XMPP/Jabber     
5432 PostgreSQL
5500 VNC Ser ver
5554 SASSER                  
5631-5632 pcAnywhere
5800 VNC over HTTP
5900+ VNC Ser ver
6000-6001 X11
6112  BATTLE.NET          
6129 DameWare
6257 WINMX            
6346-6347 GNUTELLA    
6500 GAMESPY ARCADE     
6566 SANE
6588 AnalogX 
6665-6669 IRC                  
6679/6697 IRC OVER SSL    
6699 NAPSTER                   
6881-6999 BITTORRENT     

6891-6901 WINDOWS LIVE  
6970 Quicktime                  
7212 GhostSurf
7648-7649 CU-SEEME     
8000 Internet Radio       
8080 HTTP Proxy
8086-8087 Kaspersky AV
8118 Privoxy
8200 VMware Server
8500 Adobe ColdFusion
8767 TEAMSPEAK           
8866 BAGLE.B           
9100 HP JetDirect
9101-9103 Bacula
9119 MXIT              
9800 WebDAV
9898 DABBER                  
9988 RBOT /SPYBOT          
9999 Urchin
10000 Webmin
10000 BackupExec
10113-10116 NetIQ
11371 OpenPGP
12035-12036  SECOND LIFE
12345 NETBUS                  
13720-13721 NetBackup
14567 BATTLE FIELD          
15118 DIPNET /ODDBOB     
19226 AdminSecure
19638 Ensim
20000 Usermin
24800 Synergy                      
25999 X FIRE                      
27015 HALF-LI FE               
27374 SUB7                        
28960  CALL OF DUTY        
31337 BACK O R I FICE       
33434+ traceroute

Legends
Chat                                      
Encrypted                            
Gaming                                 
Malicious                              
Peer to Peer                        
Streaming                            

  • Mark Vitarelli says:

    Nathan, thank you for supplying this sheet. It comes in handy when you’re trying to remember what a particular port is used by.

  • Bharat says:

    Thank you, Nathan

  • Brad R says:

    This is a great single point to reference all default ports. Thank you!!!

  • Fernando says:

    Very good, it will be in front of me!

  • Alishia says:

    Ports on computers are required for networking, and without them, the computer would be completely isolated and it would be unable to communicate with other devices. So thank you for proving this list of the Common TCP and UDP Port numbers.

  • ullru says:

    After resetting my router cause the password got changed and all the setting were changed to gain access to my computer. I spent about 20 minutes setting up the router. It appears the router never got set up from the cable company when it was installed. So if you have not done so lately check your router and settings.

  • Denis Boodeea says:

    Cool, Thanks for sharing!!

  • Marty says:

    Sorry Nathan, i did not leave a comment for this “Common Ports” Chart last-week. I am glad i signed up to your news letter you are a good researcher. thank you for sharing with us all..

  • T_Nite says:

    Nathan, I must thank you for these cheat sheets! They’ve been great on my learning and certification journey!

  • venkat says:

    Really really useful.Thanks a lot!!

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