Port is a generic term that can refer to port number (software related term), and computer hardware port. Here, questions referencing this tag refer to port numbers.

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proxypass /jenkins to port 8080?

Hi I have a VPS running cpanel and it is also running Jenkins on port 8080 I have used proxypass in the Apache config to redirect jenkins.rystuff.net to port 8080 but was wondering if there is a way ...
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redirect to specific port without apache

I'm running a few small web applications listening on different ports... 8787, 8888, & 8000. None of them are apache though. Is there any way via either DNS or iptables, or some other way, that I ...
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Failed PCI DSS Compliance

I got this from my compliance check results. To me it looks like my router is responding to their test but I'm not sure where to go . ( might be off track completely though) Description: PCI DSS ...
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IPTABLES won't keep changes on restart [duplicate]

I have a hostgator VPS that has a CENT OS. When I stop the VPS and start it again, the changes I've made to the IPTABLES won't save I've tried to save the IPTABLES and to no avail. Every time I ...
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Ubuntu IPv6 port redirect using ufw

I'm trying to configure port redirection from port 80 to 8080 on server with both IPv4 and IPv6 support. The OS is Ubuntu 14.04 with the 3.2* series kernel. It is a production server, so I don't want ...
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Make port accessible only from localhost

I'm using a software which is accessible by http://server_ip:certain_port I want it to be accessible internally only, by http://localhost:port. How can I block those ports from the outside?
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One public IP and two web servers

We have our IBM server (internal ip: 192.168.1.128) connected to internet via router (192.168.1.1). I have forwarded the following port: Port 80: internal IP 192.168.1.128 for incoming HTTP ...
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CentOS/Linux Block External Port

Suppose I have an internal service running on port 7676, how would I (On CentOS) block port 7676 from external sources, so that it can only be accessed locally - AKA 127.0.0.1, not using, for example, ...
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Nginx 502 Bad Gateway - 111: Connection refused, port not being listened to

I'm aware there are many other similar questions but the solutions from those questions I feel I've already got in place. I've got 3 sites running locally on a VirtualBox Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS Server, ...
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How do I get iptables to allow a new port (for a webserver sockets handler)

In the local development server, I don't have any iptables rules (running on a Mac). The production server however, runs CentOS 6 with certain rules. I need to add a rule that allows the client to ...
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Error changing mysql 5.6 default port

I've changed my.ini with port=3308 but after restart the service mysql 5.6 is working in the same default port 3306. I've tried in mysql 5.5 and it worked fine. C:\Archivos de programa\MySQL\MySQL ...
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how to identify and eliminate previously assigned port

We are running Sharepoint WSS3.0 2007 standard. We used to allow a sister division to utilize this product. I have moved them to a Google site. Now, I believe I want to make certain that the port is ...
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After kill -9 process won't disappear and port is still bound

We have a Java server application running on Mac OS X. Occasionally this application has become unresponsive, and we have resorted to killing it with kill -9. However, the process doesn't disappear; ...
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SSH & SFTP: Should I assign one port to each user to facilitate bandwidth monitoring?

There is no easy way to track real-time per-user bandwidth usage for SSH and SFTP. I think assigning one port to each user may help, but I am wondering if my approach is workable. Use case Bob, ...
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Trouble with port 80 nating (XenServer to WebServer VM)

I have a rent server running XenServer 6.2 I only have 1 public IP so i did some NAT to redirect ports 22 and 80 to my WebServer VM. I have a problem with the port 80 redirection. When i use this ...
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How to run node.js app on port 80? Are processes blocking my port?

I believe the port 80 on my remote instance is blocked, and I am trying to run a node.js app using port 80. I have experimented with ports 3000 and 3002, and both ports are working fine, but I get an ...
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How to see log of apps taking specific port over period of time on Windows?

How can I see for specific time period, which app had bound some specific port in Windows? I am auto-starting my app with windows and I am bounding port 1200 as UDP packet receiver, but sometimes my ...
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Is there a top like tool that shows processes and ports, live?

I'd like to be monitoring ports in "realtime" and the processes that use them. Is there any tool that can handle that? I imagine somethinkg like top, but with a column that lists all ports the process ...
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mosh-like port forwarding

This is on linux, connecting to linux servers: I love mosh, but it doesn't support port forwarding, and likely won't for a while since it's been almost a year now and it hasn't happened yet. port ...
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Setting subdomains to multiple computers for Remote Desktop/VNC [closed]

I have some computers set up at home and would like to be able to access them from anywhere. I have achieved this by forwarding ports accordingly: public | computer | private | Details 5001 | ...
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ssh_exchange_identification Can't Access to SSH Amazon EC2 (Lock Out)

I get an error in terminal when I'm trying to access my instance in Amazon EC2. I use Centos 6.x server WHM/cPanel, i have access to WHM, but i DON'T have a complete access to FTP or SSH. ssh: ...
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Iperf UDP listening on used port

I get WARNING[9157] chan_sip.c: Retransmission timeout reached on transmission error on asterisk and trying to troubleshoot the problem. Now asterisk is listening on 5060 port: udp 0 0 ...
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Can I find the list of ports being listened by a process ordered by the time of opening?

I know I can see the list of open ports using the lsof command. I am trying to view the results ordered by timestamp of listening. The process opens multiple (~6) ports and I suspect the order of ...
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how to 2 ip virtual in public dan private with forward to different destination

Here my case, Server 1 public IP in 1 box (eth0) -> 203.x.x.55/28 and 57/28 gw 203.x.x.49 private IP (eth1) -> 10.10.8.1 Server 2 private IP in 1 box (eth0) -> 10.10.8.5/24 and 7/24 gw 10.10.8.1 ...
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Trying to change a custom VPN port back to the original on Fortigate 40C

We recently changed our firewall and bought a Fortigate 40C device. We wanted to use our old VPN settings. The Fortigate support technician told us that this model was new and he didn't know it in ...
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Hardware firewall for Linux web (and mail) server allows UDP connections to any local port from remote ports 53 and 123 — is this safe?

I'm trying to tighten security on a linux web server. It has a hardware firewall with a default rule set and I noticed two rules that concern me: remote port: 123; local port: ANY; protocol: UDP; ...
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IIS 8.0 Second Website on port 81 not visible publicly

I have been given a VM in Windows Azure with Windows Server 2008 R2/ IIS 8.0 running. It has a default website. Now I wanted to create a dev version of that site at some other port, say 81. I added ...
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Can't connect to remote server. Socket error = #2000

I don't know what went wrong, but I get a Timeout after logging in to the proftpd server. STATUS:> [12.05.2014 16:30:24] Getting listing ""... STATUS:> [12.05.2014 16:30:24] Resolving ...
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What is the best way to create remote tunnel?

I have 3 Linux servers: - 10.0.0.0/24 - (10.0.0.10) Linux server inside my LAN. - 20.0.0.0/24 - (20.0.0.10) Linux server with HTTP Apache server - 50.50.50.50/32 - Server on Amazon AWS which see both ...
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Why Are There Only 65,535 Ports, and Will We Ever Have More? [closed]

I understand the original reasoning behind having 65,535 ports per IP address: this is the highest number that can be represented by a 16-bit, or 2-byte, number, and it wasn't conceivable that ...
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port 25 is reported to be open but no service is listening

OS is Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (server; without GUI). The machine is a virtual server running hundreds of miles away in a remote server farm. I uninstalled postfix and all of it's components (courier, ...
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2 ips on 1 port vs 1 ip on 2 ports

Background I have a PHP-FPM sitting behind an Apache server. As I need to use two different configurations for PHP-FPM, I can configure it to be connected either on: 127.0.0.1:9000 and ...
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Port blocked from network [duplicate]

Situation: Windows Server 2003 R2 running HP Data Protector Client Port 5555 is blocked. Telnet to Server:5555 from the network fails but works from the machine itself. Firewall is disabled. AV is ...
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Where does a firewall application fit into the software stack?

I'm trying to figure out where a firewall application on a server fits into the software stack, and at what point in the networking process the firewall "kicks in," from the perspective of an ...
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Port level traffic monitoring (with graphs)

I'm looking to monitor traffic (incoming, outgoing and total monthly) on a few ports (mostly TCP) and I've done a ton of Googling around and everything leads to software I either can't manage to use, ...
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Port forwarding between 2 routers and wrong IP at the end

So here is the situation: I have adsl modem connected to 1st router "A" - local IP 192.168.2.1 I forward SSH port to 2nd router "B" - IP 192.168.1.1 On router "B" I forward SSH port to machine - ...
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How can I set Postfix outgoing port to 465, but keep incoming port to default?

My ISP blocks port 25. So, I cannot connect to my server and send emails. I've tried changing it to 465. And it works! However, after this change, I cannot receive emails anymore. # # Postfix master ...
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Should I block the other SMTP ports as well to block outgoing mail?

I have blocked outgoing port 25 to prevent spam being sent from my servers. However, I'm not very familiar with SMTP and I have heard that ports such as 465 and 587 can also be used to send mail, but ...
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Apache - Restrict access to a specific port

I need to restrict access to a specific port only, on my apache server (I'd like that only the SSL port (443) is used on my webserver). So for example, if an user try to connect to standard port 80, ...
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Forward downloads to a seperate physical connection [closed]

So, mothers internet connection is incredibly slow, and she lives in a very rural area and cannot have anyway of acquiring a faster connection. I on the other hand have a very fast connection, would ...
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Cannot log in into a server by ssh connection

was connected to a server via ssh through port 22, and decided to kill all the users connected with the root user with the following command: pkill -9 -u root Now when I try to log in by ...
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Postgresql not listening on the correct port using service command

In my /var/lib/pgsql9/data/postgresql.conf I added port = 55434 and if I start Postgres with /usr/bin/pg_ctl start -D /var/lib/pgsql9/data/ as the postgres user then Postgres is listening to the right ...
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Nginx multiple virtual host isn't working

I already have a Working nginx installation for my local development in my Computer. So i was thinking about adding another virtual host for a new project. Here is the Existing Virtual host file AKA ...
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Access servers individually in a load balanced set

I have 2 web servers in a load balanced set (port 80) on the Azure platform. I need to ping a php file on each server which forces them to update, but how can I do this? Can I access them like this: ...
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Http Persistent Connection (keep-alive) and port numbers

Is a persistent http connection (keep-alive), always bound to a specific port, or can it use a range of ports?
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Random port in Filtered state for brief amount of time found using nmap , possible trojan?

Nmap results show me port 3527 open for brief period of time and then it disappears. I have a feeling this could be trojan communicating with mothership. Or something normal, but I cannot find much ...
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How can I get a list of the ports that Wireshark knows?

When I need to choose a new port to use (internal to an organisation) I used to look in /etc/services. This is no longer sufficient, as Wireshark knows about many other ports that are not in ...
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Despite of several attempts, unable to open port 25

This question may have been asked many times here but after several failed attempts, I repeat the history: How do I open port 25 port on my server running CentOS. Here is my iptables config: Chain ...
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How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?

On a Linux system there are plenty of methods for listing the current TCP connections for a given port by connecting IP but: how can I count the total number of connections to a port per source IP for ...
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Is there a device with multi auxiliary (AUX) ports to configure multiple devices

Level: Beginner Sorry for the confusing title. I shall try to explain my best to explain my question. Question: Is there a networking device named X that has multiple AUX ports so that I can connect ...