Common Port Numbers for Snow Leopard Server Services - dummies

Common Port Numbers for Snow Leopard Server Services

By John Rizzo

Part of Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server’s unique services have some unique port numbers. Here are some of the more common default port numbers for configuring firewalls and router port-forwarding.

Service Port Number Protocol
AFP (Apple file service ) 548 TCP
Apple Remote Desktop (Remote Management) 3283, 5900 TCP, UDP
HTTP (Web service) 80 or 8080 TCP
HTTPS (secure Web service via SSL) 443 TCP
iCal Server 8008 TCP
iCal Server using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) 8443 TCP
iChat Server 5222 TCP
iChat Server’s file transfer proxy 7777 TCP
iChat Server, server-to-server connection 5269 TCP
iChat Server using SSL 5223 TCP
Mail: IMAP 143 TCP
Mail: IMAP using SSL 993 TCP
Mail: POP3 110 TCP, UDP
Mail: POP3 using SSL 995 TCP, UDP
Mail: SMTP legacy SSL submission 465 TCP
Mail: SMTP standard 25 TCP, UDP
Mail: SMTP submission 587 TCP
SMB/CIFS (Windows file service) 161 TCP
SSH (Secure Shell) remote connection 22 TCP, UDP