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Common port Numbers

Jay Arak
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You may be asked to enter a particular port number for a given program or service when configuring your server settings.
Here is a list of frequently requested port numbers that you can use for your server **

HTTP – Port 80
HTTPS – 443
FTP – 21
SSH – 22
POP3 – 110
POP3 SSL* – 995
IMAP – 143
IMAP SSL* – 993
SMTP – 25
SMTP SSL* – 587
MySQL – 3306
cPanel – 2082
cPanel SSL* – 2083
WHM (Webhost Manager) – 2086
WHM (Webhost Manager) SSL* – 2087
Webmail – 2095
Webmail SSL* – 2096
WebDAV/WebDisk – 2077
WebDAV/WebDisk SSL* – 2078

* SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a secure protocol developed for sending information securely over the Internet. Many websites use SSL for secure areas of their sites, such as user account pages.SSL encrypts the data being transmitted so that a third party cannot “eavesdrop” on the transmission and view the data being transmitted. NBH and all our associates insist you to use SSL if possible.

** All the ports mentioned here are the settings that can come by default and can be changed by user and/or hosting provider.

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