Port Scanner

IP/URL:
Port:

Scan Network Ports

The port scanner tool will provide you with information regarding valid methods of connecting to a network. Scan your network for open ports and determine if those open ports need to be closed to provide more network security and less vulnerabilities.

What Is A Port?

Network ports are used for routing incoming information from a network to specific applications to a designated machine. Example, if you wanted to enable Remote Desktop on a Windows PC within your network, you'd need to make sure port 3389 was open and forwarding to the appropriate computer.

What Is A Port Scanner?

The Port Scanner tool displays which ports on a network are open for communication. Whether or not a port is open can help with setting up IP security cameras, determining if a network is secure, as well as other network-related operations.

Scan Types

To begin, enter a valid IP address or URL at the top of the page. After that, you can scan ports on the IP/URL individually or in pre-made packages. If you are a Gold Member, you can also scan ports in a numeric range or in a custom package (no more than 100 ports at once for any scan type).

  1. To scan individually, select 'individual', input a valid port number, and select 'Scan'. The tool will display the status of the chosen port below the scan button.
  2. To scan by package type, select 'package' and choose a package from the drop down menu. Ports contained in the package will then be displayed below the drop down. When you have made your selection, select 'Scan'. The tool will display the status of each port in the package below the scan button.
  3. To scan by numeric range, select 'range', input a valid port number to start, input another valid port number to stop, and select 'Scan'. The tool will then display the status of each port between and including the starting and ending ports below the scan button.
  4. To scan by custom package, select 'custom', enter each desired port to scan on its own line in the text box shown, and select 'Scan'. The tool will then display the status of each inputted port below the scan button.

If a port is displayed as open, that means it is open for remote communication. Otherwise, the port should be closed to remote communication. Just because a port displays as closed through our tool, you should always double-check your router configuration to be sure. Slow network speeds or slow machines can lead to ports incorrectly being classified as closed.

Port Scan Packages

Basic

  • 21 - File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
  • 22 - Secure Shell (SSH)
  • 25 - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
  • 80 - Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
  • 110 - Post Office Protocol v3 (POP3)
  • 143 - Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP)
  • 443 - Hypertext Transfer Protocol over TLS/SSL (HTTPS)
  • 445 - Microsoft-DS (Directory Services) Active Directory
  • 502 - Modbus Protocol
  • 587 - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
  • 993 - Internet Message Access Protocol over TLS/SSL (IMAPS)
  • 995 - Post Office Protocol 3 over TLS/SSL (POP3S)
  • 2525 - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) Alternate
  • 3306 - MySQL Database System
  • 3389 - Microsoft Terminal Server (RDP)

Web - Scans (Basic Package Ports Plus Ports Below)

  • 23 - Telnet Protocol - Unencrypted Text Communications
  • 43 - WHOIS Protocol
  • 53 - Domain Name System (DNS)
  • 67 - Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) Server; also used by Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  • 68 - Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) Server; also used by Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  • 69 - Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
  • 123 - Network Time Protocol (NTP) - used for time synchronization
  • 137 - NetBIOS Name Service
  • 138 - NetBIOS Datagram Service
  • 139 - NetBIOS Session Service
  • 161 - Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
  • 162 - Simple Network Management Protocol Trap (SNMPTRAP)
  • 213 - Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX)
  • 389 - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
  • 636 - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol over TLS/SSL (LDAPS)
  • 989 - FTPS Protocol (data), FTP over TLS/SSL
  • 990 - FTPS Protocol (control), FTP over TLS/SSL
  • 1720 - H.323 call signaling
  • 2082 - CPanel Default
  • 2083 - CPanel Default SSL
  • 2086 - WebHost Manager Default
  • 2087 - WebHost Manager Default SSL
  • 2095 - CPanel Default Web Mail
  • 2096 - CPanel Default SSL Web Mail

Games

  • 433 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Playstation 4/5; Fortnite
  • 465 - Playstation 4 Red Dead Redemption 2
  • 983 - Playstation 4 Red Dead Redemption 2
  • 1725 - Valve Steam Client
  • 1935 - Playstation 4/5; Call of Duty: Warzone;  Battlefield 2042;  Fortnite;  Red Dead Redemption 2
  • 2302 - ArmA Multiplayer; Halo: Combat Evolved Multiplayer
  • 3074 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Halo Infinite;  Call of Duty: Warzone;  Battlefield 2042;  Fortnite;  PubG;  Forza Horizon 5;  Rocket League;  Hunt: Showdown;  Grand Theft Auto V;  Red Dead Redemption 2
  • 3478-3480 - Playstation 4/5; Call of Duty: Warzone;  Battlefield 2042;  Fortnite;  PubG;  Rocket League;  Hunt: Showdown;  Grand Theft Auto V;  Red Dead Redemption 2
  • 3478-3480 - Playstation 3; Grand Theft Auto V
  • 3479 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Fortnite
  • 3659 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Battlefield 2042
  • 3724 - World of Warcraft; Club Penguin Disney
  • 5060 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Fortnite
  • 5062 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Fortnite
  • 5222 - Battlefield 2042 Steam Client; Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live;  Fortnite;  Playstation 4/5; Fortnite
  • 6112 - Blizzard's Battle.net Gaming Service; ArenaNet Gaming Service;  Relic Gaming Service;  Club Penguin Disney
  • 6250 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Fortnite
  • 6667 - Nintendo Switch
  • 9988 - Battlefield 2042 Steam Client
  • 10070-10080 - Playstation 4 Red Dead Redemption 2
  • 12000 - 65000 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Fortnite
  • 12035 - Linden Lab Viewer to Sim on SecondLife
  • 12400 - Nintendo Switch
  • 14000-14016 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Battlefield 2042
  • 14567 - Battlefield 1942
  • 17502 - Battlefield 2042 Steam Client
  • 20000-20100 - Battlefield 2042 Steam Client
  • 22990 - Battlefield 2042 Steam Client
  • 22990-23006 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Battlefield 2042
  • 25200-25300 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Battlefield 2042
  • 27014-27050 - Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live; Call of Duty: Warzone
  • 27015-27030 - Battlefield 2042 Steam Client; Red Dead Redemption 2 Steam Client
  • 27015, 27036 - Halo Infinite Steam Client; PubG Steam Client; Forza Horizon 5 Steam Client;  Rocket League Steam Client;  Hunt: Showdown Steam Client;  Grand Theft Auto V Steam Client
  • 27036 - Red Dead Redemption 2 Steam Client
  • 27037 - Battlefield 2042 Steam Client
  • 28910 - Nintendo Switch
  • 28960 - Call of Duty; Call of Duty: United Offensive; Call of Duty 2; Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare; Call of Duty: World at War
  • 29900 - Nintendo Switch
  • 29901 - Nintendo Switch
  • 29920 - Nintendo Switch
  • 30211-30217 - Playstation 4 and/or Xbox Live and/or Games for Windows Live and/or Steam Client; Red Dead Redemption 2
  • 42127 - Battlefield 2042 Steam Client
  • 61088 - Xbox Live and/or Playstation 4 and/or Steam Client; Hunt: Showdown

Malicious

  • 26 - W32.Netsky
  • 1080 - W32.Beagle; WinHole;  HLLW.Deadhat;  Webus
  • 2745 - Bagle Virus Backdoor; Beagle
  • 3127 - W32.Mockbot; Solame;  Novarg(Mydoom);    W32.HLLW.Deadhat
  • 4444 – Napster; Prosiak;  Swift Remote;  Blaster.Worm;  W32.HLLW.Donk;  W32.Mockbot;  W32.Reidana
  • 5554 - W32.Dabber; Sasser
  • 8866 - W32.Beagle
  • 9898 – CrashCool; Dabber
  • 12345 – Amitis; Ashley;  Cron/Crontab;  Fat Bitch Trojan;  GabanBus;  c;  Icmp_pipe.c;  Mypic;  NetBus;  NetBus Toy;  NetBus Worm;     Pie Bill Gates;  Whack Job;  X-bill
  • 27374 - Bad Blood; Baste;  Ramen;  Seeker; SubSeven;  Subseven 2.1.4 DefCon 8;  SubSeven Muie;   Ttfloader
  • 31337 - Back Orifice; Back Orifice 1.20 Patches;  Back Orifice Russian;  Baron Night;  Beeone; BO Client;  BO Facil;  BO Spy;  BO2;  Cron/Crontab;  Emcommander;  Freak2k;  Freak88;  c;  Sockdmini;  W32.HLLW.Gool