Port Number Assignments
Port numbers enable IP packets to be sent to a particular process on a computer that is connected to the Internet. Some port numbers are permanently assigned; for example, e-mail data under SMTP goes to port number 25. A process such as a Telnet session receives a temporary port number when it starts. The data for that Telnet session goes to newly assigned port number, and the port number goes out of use when the telnet session ends.
A total of 65,535 port numbers are available for use.
Some port numbers in NetWare® 6 can be reasssigned from one net service to another. Others cannot be reassigned. When adding or removing products or services from your NetWare 6 installation, or when making new port number assignments, refer to the following table, which indicates default port assignments and notes which ports can be reassigned and which cannot.
The symbols used in the table indicate the following:
= The port is configurable
= The port is not configurable
= Dependent on a subsystem (ie: The services does not compete for the port but runs on a service which does. Example: Services running on a web server don't take over port 80 and 443, bt the web server does.
= Availability and dependency cannot be determined
|9009 (for ajp13 communication)|
|Virtual Private Network (VPN)||213|
|ZenWorks for Desktops 3||2544|
|ZenWorks for Server 2||80|
|On Demand 2.0||80 (runs on top of web server)|
|443 (runs on top of web server)|
|NetStorage||80 (runs on top of Apache)|
|443 (runs on top of Apache)|
|iManager||80 (runs on top of Apache)|
|443 (runs on top of Apach)|
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