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  1. #1
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    What are the normal ports that are supposed to be open? on a windows IIS server

    I was wondering what are considered normal ports to be open on a Win2000 server IIS server?

    This is what I have right now on one of them:
    This server is running MS SQL also.


    - afs3-bos -- open
    - irc-serv -- open
    - ms-streaming -- open
    - ms-sql-s -- open
    - iad1 -- open
    - nterm -- open
    - blackjack -- open
    - microsoft-ds -- open
    - https -- open
    - nbsession -- open
    - dcom -- open
    - http -- open
    - ftp -- open


    Should all of them other than the obvious ones should be open?
    ie. iad1?

  2. #2
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    Are you just wanting to run IIS?
    Mike @ Xiolink.com
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  3. #3
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    it depends, what do you want the server to do? Just web, or more?

  4. #4
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    just web, ftp, https and mssql.

    Whats the blackjack port for?

  5. #5
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    http=80
    ftp=21
    https=443
    sql=1433

    I use IISLockdown on mine, and still run all these services!

  6. #6
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    blackjack port has something to do with a trojan or programs i forgot

    list of ports
    http://www.digitaltoad.net/docs/port...024-01199.html

  7. #7
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    might wanna keep rdp open if you want to use terminal services/ remote desktop to adminster the server

  8. #8
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    You need both port 20 and 21 open for ftp.

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