Network Wide Port Blocks

For the security reasons, we have blocked inbound traffic for following ports:

  • Telnet - Port 23
  • DHCP - port 68
  • NetBIOS - Ports 135 to 139 and 445
  • LDAP - port 389
  • Backup software - Port 497
  • MS Scheduled Task Endpoint - Port 1025 
  • SQL Server - Port 1433 and 1434

Note
: Above ports are blocked Network wide. Hence, you are unable to run any of your application/web site on these ports.



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