Jake335 wrote: »
Borrowed a sybex book and was hoping to find a table or list with the portsb, but cannot seem to find it. does anyone know where a list is of the ports?
flav2000 wrote: »
I have the Sybex book myself and I don't recall them ever providing a list - they just sprinkle the ports numbers all over. I am able to find a link to a shortlist of ports though:Security+ - Identifying Common and Nonessential Services - Techotopia
Based on some practice exam provided by different books, I would add a few others on top of the above list:
NETBIOS 137,138, and 139
Kerberos 88 (and 749)
RADIUS 1812, 1813
Although not really about ports, it seems like the practice questions I see ask about AH and ESP in IPSEC
IP protocol 50 ESP
IP protocol 51 AH
Darril wrote: »
Good start for a list. Maybe others will add.
A common misconception is related to the protocol ID numbers associated with IPSec. As you state, the protocol ID number for the encrypting security protocol (ESP) is 50 and the protocol ID number used for the authentication header (AH) is 51. These are used to filter the specific IPSec protocols just as ports are used to filter specific protocols, but they aren't actually port numbers.
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