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What are the open ports on the AnywhereUSB products?

You can enable or disable several common network services and configure the TCP/UDP port they listen on. It is usually best to use the default TCP/UDP port numbers for these services because they are well known by most applications.   Some of these ports can be disabled for security purposes if needed.    However this can cause certain features to not work properly.   Ensure you have the latest firmware available installed on the AnywhereUSB devices.
Port 2632   -   UDP  Digi Device Discovery Protocol    ADDP   This port cannot be changed
Port 1027   -   Encrypted RealPort
Port 3423   -   Encrypted AnywhereUSB   This port cannot be changed
Port 771     -   RealPort
Port 3422    -  TCP   RealPort USB connection to host computer.   This is required for connectivity to USB ports.   This port cannot be changed
Port 161      -  Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
Port 22        -  Secure Shell Server (SSH)   This port cannot be changed
Port 23        -  Telnet Server
Port 80        -  Web Server (HTTP)
Port 443      -  Secure Web Server (HTTPS)

This information is for the AnywhereUSB/14 and TS-44 model since they have serial ports:
Port 2001   -   Telnet access using TCP Port
Port 2101   -   Raw TCP access using TCP Port
Port 2501   -   Secure Shell(SSH) access using TCP Port
Port 2601   -   Secure Socket(SSL) access using TCP Port

Last updated: Aug 08, 2017

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