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List of UDP/TCP ports

List of UDP/TCP ports

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Hi,

Can anyone let me know what tcp/udp ports are used by communication manager, and adjuncts, or is there a doc that lists them all and their use's.

I have looked through the avaya support site, and downloaded the doc pack and can't fine anything on this apart from the obvious, 1719/1720 port 80 and range and range of udp's used for voice traffic.

Thanks

RE: List of UDP/TCP ports

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Port       Name         Description
TCP/20     ftp-data     Ftp data channels
TCP/21     ftp          FTP daemon
TCP/22     ssh          Secure Shell daemon
TCP/23     telnet       Telnet daemon
TCP/25     smtp         SMTP mail forbackups/notifications
TCP/53     dns          DNS server
TCP/80     http         HTTP Web Server
TCP/513    login        Remote login daemon (used during b
TCP/1956   IPSI  commands telnetenable, resetipsi, loadipsi
TCP/5005   def-bo Definity Border API
TCP/5010   pcd Packet Control Driver for PKT-INT
TCP/5011   ipsivsn IPSI version port
TCP/5012   ipsilic IPSI license port
TCP/5023   def-sat Definity SAT telnet daemon
TCP/5100   ecs-gmm GMM management requests
TCP/6010   ecs-watchd Platform Watchdog requests
TCP/6011   ecs-watchdp Platform Watchdog requests
TCP/9000 ecs-ddb Definity debugger daemon
TCP/12080 dupmgr Duplication Manager
UDP/161 snmpd SNMP MIB sets/gets
UDP/1332 ecs-arb Arbitration requests

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