4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 21, 2010 10:26 AM by lchance

    any 'common' Multi-Port Applications out there yet?

    lchance

      NTA 3.6 RC3

      i'm trying to define some Multi-Port Applications. i like what i'm seeing so far but it's new to me still.

      i started with an APP in our DMZ and the reports are looking good, but i'm wondering, has anyone come up with any that many of us would have in common?

      such as these multiple ports equal this common application? like a steaming video-audio app .etc

      thanks.

        • Re: any 'common' Multi-Port Applications out there yet?

          Hi Larry--

          I'll make sure Chris, the product manager, sees this.

          M

          • Re: any 'common' Multi-Port Applications out there yet?
            ecklerwr1

            Larry I got some for you:

            Audio and Video:

            Audiogalaxy Satellite
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN      TCP     41000 - 50000
            IN      TCP     1117-5190

            Camerades
            IN      TCP     2047 2048
            IN      UDP     2047 2048

            GNUtella
            IN      TCP     6346
            IN      UDP     6346

            IStreamVideo2HP
            IN      TCP     8076 - 8077
            IN      UDP     8076 - 8077

            KaZaA
            IN      TCP     1214

            Napster
            OUT     TCP     6699
            IN      TCP     6699

            QuickTime 4 Server
            IN    TCP     6970
            IN    UDP     6970  -  7000

            QuickTime 4 Client & RealAudio on Port 554
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            OUT     TCP     554
            IN      UDP     6970  -  32000

            RealAudio on Port 7070
            OUT     TCP     7070
            IN      UDP     6970  -  7170

            ShoutCast Server
            IN      TCP     8000 - 8005

            Messaging:

            Active Worlds
            (Watch out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN      TCP     3000
            IN      TCP     5670
            IN      TCP     7777
            IN      TCP     7000-7100

            [0000]
            Type=TCP
            Translation=NORMAL
            Port=5670

            [0001]
            Type=TCP
            Translation=NORMAL
            Port=7777

            [0002]
            Type=TCP
            Translation=NORMAL
            Port=7000-7100

            [0003]
            Type=TCP
            Translation=NORMAL
            Port=3000

            AIM Talk
            OUT     TCP   4099
            IN      TCP     5190

            Battlecom
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN      UDP    2300 - 2400
            IN      TCP    2300 - 2400
            IN      UDP    47624
            IN      TCP    47624

            Buddy Phone
            (Communication only. No FTP)
            IN      UDP    700 - 701

            Calista IP phone
            OUT     TCP    5190
            IN        UDP    3000

            CuSeeMe
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            OUT   UDP   UDP
            IN       UDP   1414  [use H.323 protocol if available]
            IN       UDP   1424 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            IN       TCP   1503
            IN       TCP   1720 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            IN       UDP   1812   1813
            IN       TCP    7640
            IN       TCP    7642
            IN       UDP    7648
            IN       TCP    7648
            IN       TCP    7649 7649
            IN       UDP    24032
            IN       UDP    56800
            OUT    UDP    1414 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            OUT    UDP    1424 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            OUT    TCP    1503
            OUT    TCP    1720 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            OUT    UDP    1812 1813
            OUT    TCP    7640
            OUT    TCP    7642
            OUT    UDP    7648
            OUT    TCP    7648
            OUT    TCP    7649
            OUT    UDP    56800

            Delta Three PC to Phone
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN       TCP 12053 [use CuSeeMe protocol if available]
            IN       TCP 12083
            IN       UDP 12080
            IN       UDP 12120
            IN       UDP 12122
            IN       UDP  24150 - 24179

            Dialpad
            OUT     TCP     7175
            IN         UDP     51200   51201
            IN         TCP     51210
            IN         TCP     1584    1585
            OUT     TCP     8680    8686

            Dwyco Video Conferencing
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN         UDP     12000 - 16090
            IN         TCP     1024 - 5000
            IN         TCP     6700 - 6702
            IN         TCP     6880


            Go2Call
            IN         UDP     2090  2091
            IN         TCP     2090

            H.323 compliant video player,
            NetMeeting 2.0, 3.0, Intel Video Phone
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            Incoming calls are not possible due to NetMeeting assigning ports dynamically.
            OUT     TCP     1720
            IN        UDP     1024    65534 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            OUT     UDP     1024    65534 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            IN        TCP     1024    1502 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            OUT     TCP     1024    1502 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            IN        TCP     1504    1730 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            OUT    TCP     1504    1730 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            IN        TCP     1732    65534 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            OUT     TCP     1732    65534 [use H.323 protocol if available]
            OUT     TCP     1503    1503
            OUT     TCP     1731    1731
            IN        TCP     1503    1503
            IN        TCP     1731    1731

            Hotline Server
            IN         TCP   5500 - 5503
            IN         UDP  5499
            The TCP Ports enabled are 5500 - 5503 (This is for the standard 5500 Hotline port)

            If you change the default port, then you must enable the 3 ports after it (so if you choose 4000 then you must enable 4000 - 4003)

            The UDP port enabled 5499 is required only if you want to list your server on a tracker (the data stream is only outgoing so if you want to disable in bound on a firewall it would work fine)

            ICQ
            In ICQ under "Preferences & security", "Preferences" and Connections, click on "I am behind a firewall or proxy" then click on "Firewall Settings". Then select "I don't have a SOCKS Proxy server on my firewall" or "I am using another Proxy server". Click Next.  Click "Use the following TCP listen ports for incoming event" and set the TCP ports for 20000 to 20019 for the first user, 20020 to 20039 for the second user,  20040 to 20059 for the third user, etc.

            OUT   UDP     4000
            IN      TCP      20000   20019 for one user
            OR
            IN      TCP     20000   20039 for two users
            OR
            IN      TCP     20000   20059 for three users, etc.

            ICUII Client
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            OUT     TCP     2019
            IN      TCP     2000 2038
            IN      TCP     2050 2051
            IN      TCP     2069
            IN      TCP     2085
            IN      TCP     3010 3030
            OUT     TCP     2000 2038
            OUT     TCP     2050 2051
            OUT     TCP     2069
            OUT     TCP     2085
            OUT     TCP     3010 3030

            ICUII Client (Version 4.xx)
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN      TCP     1024 - 5000
            IN      TCP     2000 - 2038
            IN      TCP     2050 - 2051
            IN      TCP     2069
            IN      TCP     2085
            IN      TCP     3010 - 3030
            IN      TCP     6700 - 6702
            IN      TCP     6880
            IN      UDP   12000 - 16090

            Internet Phone
            OUT     UDP     22555

            Ivisit
            IN  UDP     9943
            IN  UDP     56768

            LIVvE
            (For pager file send only)
            IN  UDP     8999

            mIRC DCC / IRC DCC
            [mIRC Proxy/Firewall Help page]
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN  TCP     1024 - 5000

            mIRC Chat
            (The IRC port is usually 6667)
            IN  TCP     6660 - 6669

            mIRC IDENT
            IN      UDP 113

            MSN Messenger
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            NOTE: Shut off any personal firewall programs such as BlackIce, ZoneAlarm, etc. 
            Ports 6891-6900 enable File send, Port 6901 is for voice communications.
            Allows Voice, PC to Phone, Messages, and Full File transfer capabilities.
            Thanks to Brad King & Bill Finch Jr.

            IN         TCP     6891 - 6900
            IN         TCP     1863
            IN         UDP    1863
            IN         UDP    5190
            IN         UDP    6901
            IN         TCP    6901

            Net2Phone
            OUT     UDP     6801
            IN        UDP  6801

            One additional UDP and one TCP port in the range of 1 to 30000 must be mapped.  Ports 6802 and 6803 are suggested.  These ports must be mapped in your firewall, then set in the Net2Phone client as follows:

                 1) Click on Net2Phone's "Menu" button.
                 2) Select "Preferences".
                 3) Click on the "Network" tab.
                 4) Enter 6802 for the Client TCP Port.
                 5) Enter 6803 for the Client UDP Port.

            Pal Talk [support page]
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)

            IN       UDP 2090 [voice]
            IN       UDP 2091 [control stream]
            IN       TCP 2090  [file transfer]
            IN       TCP 2091  [video listening]
            IN       TCP 2095   [file transfer- older versions]
            OUT   TCP 5001 - 50015 [text messaging]
            OUT   TCP 8200 - 8700 [Firewall / network mode group voice]
            OUT   UDP 8200 - 8700 [Firewall / network mode group voice]
            OUT   UDP 1025 - 2500 [outbound voice & control stream (user configurable)]

            The last 2 UDP outbound ports are usually set in pairs. 1024 - 1025, 1026 - 1027, etc... Most users never have to set these lower two ports. They are dynamically assigned if you leave the lower two boxes set to 0's on the 'paltalk port settings' tab. Outbound ports are usually not an issue but are listed here for network users who may need to manually configure for a proxy or NAT server or other hardware device.

            PhoneFree
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN         UDP     1034 - 1035
            IN         UDP     9900 - 9901
            IN         TCP     1034 - 1035
            IN         TCP     2644
            IN         TCP     8000
            This Mapping is needed to hear the audio from the incoming party, outgoing audio would work without it.

            ** According to phonefree the ports you need open are:
               8000 TCP For Server access
               1034 UDP Voice in/out
               1035 TCP Voice in/out
               2644 TCP Personal Communication Center

            I found that port range 9900-9901 UDP is also needed but not mentioned at phonefree support. Also shut off any other firewall programs you may have running. To make PC-TO-PHONE calls, it seems only UDP port 9900 must be opened (the fewer ports open, the better!). 

            Polycom ViaVideo H.323
            IN         TCP     3230 - 3235
            IN         UDP     3230 - 3235

            NOTE: I needed to set these ports to dial out.
            Also enable on ViaVideo (under H.323 QoS) 'Use Fixed Ports' 3230-3235 TCP & UDP

            Roger Wilco [support page]
            IN         TCP  3782
            IN         UDP  3782
            IN         UDP  3783  [only needed for RW Base station]

            Speak Freely
            IN         UDP     2074 - 2076

            Yahoo Messenger Chat
            IN         TCP     5000 - 5001

            Yahoo Messenger Phone
            IN         UDP     5055

            Other Apps:

            BAYVPN
            OUT     UDP     500

            CITRIX Metaframe / ICA client
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN     TCP   1494
            IN     UDP  1604
            IN     TCP   1023 - 5000 (NOTE: Depending on the number of clients/sessions, you can try decreasing this range, or you may need to increase it.)

            CarbonCopy32  host on your LAN
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN    TCP     1680
            IN    UDP     1023-1679

            Deerfield MDaemon Email Server
            IN    TCP     3000
            IN    TCP     3001

            Direct Connect
            (Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
            IN  TCP 375 - 425

            FW1VPN
            OUT     UDP     259

            Laplink Host
            IN    TCP     1547

            Lotus Notes Server
            IN    TCP     1352

            NTP (Network Time Protocol)
            OUT     UDP     123
            IN      UDP     123 

            pcANYHWERE host on your LAN
            IN    TCP     5631
            IN    UDP     5632

            RAdmin (Fama Tech)
            IN    TCP     4899

            Remote Anything
            FAQ page
            IN    TCP      3999 - 4000
            IN    UDP     3996 - 3998

            Remotely AnyWhere
            IN    TCP      2000

            Remotely Possible Server
            IN    TCP      799

            Shiva VPN
            (Set the mobile option in the Shiva VPN client software to be your public IP address.)
            OUT   UDP     2233
            IN    UDP     2233

            Timbuktu Pro
            IN    TCP      407
            IN    TCP 1417 - 1420
            IN    UDP   407
            IN    UDP  1417 - 1420

            Virtual Network Computing (VNC)
            IN    TCP     5500
            IN    TCP     5800
            IN    TCP     5900

            Windows 2000 Terminal Server
            (probably also works for NT Terminal services)
            IN    TCP      3389
            IN    UDP     3389