Logistics:Internet Ports at Events

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What are the *essential* ports to have open during the Festival on the site-wide Wifi?

This page is derived from a ports list generated for the Mozilla Festival

  • HTTP - port 80, 8080, 8000
  • HTTPS - port 443, 8443
  • Secure SMTP (SSMTP) - port 465
  • Secure IMAP (IMAP4-SSL) - port 585
  • IMAP4 over SSL (IMAPS) - port 993
  • Secure POP3 (SSL-POP) - port 995
  • Etherpad.mozilla.org - port 9000 - Note: etherpad.mozilla.org no longer requires port 9000 - but you might want to keep it open since older links go there and redirect to https://etherpad.mozilla.org.
  • Skype - whatever it can find
  • IRC - ports 6660-6669, 6697, 7000 -- If Ravensbourne uses NAT, which it probably does, be sure to file a bug asking to bump the # of simultaneous users. You'll need to know the IP address of the server at Ravensbourne that all the connections will appear to be coming from.
  • IM
  • Jabber - port 5222
  • SSH - port 22
  • VPN
  • Cisco: Ports 500 (UDP), 4500 (UDP) and 10000 (UDP)
  • PPTP 1723
  • Vidyo
    • 10000 Router connection
    • 50000 Media Connection
    • 50000 - 51000 UDP Media Negotiation Ports

Ports considered unsecure (plain text passwords)

  • SMTP - port 25
  • POP - port 110
  • IMAP - port 143
  • Telnet - port 23 ( Does anyone Telnet any longer? )