IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed May 18 14:26:05 CEST 2011
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On 2011-05-18 14:13, Max wrote:
> hi list,
> the IT dept. asked me which ports shall be open in the free WLAN they are going to install for the convention. my lists so far:
> http, https, ssh, pop-ssl, imap-ssl, smtp/tls, smtp-ssl, netpd (3025)
> what else?
this is outgoing?
Pd: 5400 (tcp/ip)
if there is some streaming to happen, i would open up 8000 & 8080 (tcp/ip)
and some UDP-ports might come in handy as well, e.g. openvpn (udp/1194).
and make sure that hosts can communicate with each other on some UDP
ports. e.g. for workshops and demos it is nice if users can connect to
each other out-of-the-box, using [netsend 1] and the like;
i guess often used ports here include 7000, 8000, 9000, 6666;
i only mention that, because at LAC2011 some talks had to skip demo-ing
their software, as communication between hosts in the same wlan was
prohibited by IT dept.
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