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Port Checker

Click on one of the ports below or type in your port manually

HTTP - 80 SFTP - 115 SMTP - 25 HTTP - 8080 FTP - 21 SSH - 22 IMAP - 143 HTTPS - 443 RSYNC - 873 POP3 - 110 IMAPS - 993

Is My Port Open?

Do you want to check your port? Yes, now you can. This is a free tool that helps to check and help to notify if any specific port is open on your own device to the public. The testing is done if in any situation the port forwarding is set up on your own device. You will find certain software’s where the specific port is need for the public to access.

This tool is very helpful if you have connection issues with a specific software, game or app on your device. It also helps you diagnose if your port is either blocked by your firewall or if you have taken measures to open/close it.

Popular Ports

How will you identify a really good port? The port will have a protocol of network services that will have a certain port assigned to it. The FTF which is a default data which is a common protocol and quite famous has a port number of 20. Again the FTP which is the Connection dialog or control has protocol number 21. Have a look into some of the common protocols and their port number.


  • 0-1023 - (HTTP, SMTP, DHCP, FTP)
  • 1024-49151 - Usually Reserved Ports
  • 49152-65535 - Dynamic and Private Ports

The FTP (Default data), one of the more common protocols, has a port number of 20. The FTP (Connection dialog, control) has a port number of 21, on the other hand. Here is a look at some of the other common protocols, and their port numbers.

  • Telnet 23
  • SMTP 25
  • DNS 53
  • DHCP BOOTP Server 67
  • DHCP BOOTP Client 68
  • TFTP 69
  • Gopher 70
  • HTTP 80
  • POP3 110
  • NNTP 119
  • NetBIOS Session Service 139
  • Internet Message Access Protocol
    (IMAP), version 2 143

What Is Port Checker

Port Definition

In a networking system, a port is an endpoint for communication. A port of a hardware device can be physically connected or be wireless at the same time. A port is a logical construct that is quite similar to a precise process or any type of network service. The port numbers are 16-bit unsigned numbers and they are identified with it. Here you will get to find a combination of both address and a protocol. The port number in a protocol includes the TCP i.e. Transmission Control Protocol and the UDP i.e. User Datagram Protocol.

There are two ranges of port numbers. They are registered and well-known. When the port of the internet service along with the specific port assigned then they are called the well-known port. Port number 25 is for SMTP and again port number 80 is for HTTP. They range from 1-1023. On the other hand, the registered ports are for temporary people that change with time. Registered ports are also known as Ephemeral ports as they are functional for the short term. They range from 1024-65535.

Open Ports vs. Closed Ports

An open port is something that receives a packet of information in network communication and a port that rejects or ignores the packet of information coming towards it I called the closed port. It has been seen that an open port is not suitable for channels of communication.

The port is required to have the application configured on it properly which will be potential enough to accept and then process the incoming packet of information. If the application is missing then all information will get rejected. The port which is configured will show “open” in a firewall rest all will be closed.

What Is Port Forwarding?

The rerouting of the data for an exact IP or port combination with another IP or port combination is called a Port Forwarding. When a program is running on the host then it usually manages the redirection. Sometimes it also happens for the firewall, Proxy server or the router. They can also be the reason.

Port forwarding preserves public addresses and protects servers and clients from unwanted access. It adds an extra layer of security in the network. It also keeps any unwanted traffic off networks.

The work of the host is to identify the IP packet and then it will send it to the interface. From there the interface sends all data to the endpoint which is mentioned on the header. In the case of the interception application of the Port Forwarding, the scenario is very different. It reads the header at the beginning and then notes the endpoint but when it sends the packet of information to another computer it rewrites the header again. In such a situation the second host will have another IP address on the similar port or have the same IP address with different port or have the combination of both

How To Check Open Ports On Your Router

  1. Using the Netstat command

    On a command prompt on your desktop, you have to run the command Netstat. Then you have to check for the open port. The port will have some values like “Close wait” or “Time wait” and “Established” which will be present under the state section for connection of the port open. Again if the port with status “Listening” you have to understand it must be open on the desktop and not on the router.

  2. Router Console

    You have to open the router page with the help of the IP address and then then you can check the open port

  3. Port Checker Tools

    A Port checker application is also available. You will find it online. You can know the status of the port.

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Port Checker

With the help of a free tool you can easily check the specific port is open or not on your computer. If port forwarding is set up on your device you can easily check.