One of the challenging tasks for administrator is to remember the default port number of various protocol, application services. You may remember the most common one like HTTP, FTP, SSH but if you are working on various technology stacks then its difficult to remember all of them.

Here I have listed the default port numbers of various applications to help you in the real world.​

Application/Web Servers

  • Tomcat Startup - 8080
  • Tomcat Startup (SSL) - 8443
  • Tomcat Shutdown - 8005
  • Tomcat AJP Connector - 8009
  • GlassFish HTTP - 8080
  • GlassFish HTTPS - 8181
  • GlassFish Admin Server - 4848
  • Jetty - 8080
  • Jonas Admin Console - 9000
  • IHS Administration - 8008
  • JBoss Admin Console - 8080
  • WildFly Admin Console - 9990
  • WebLogic Admin Console - 7001
  • WAS Admin Console (SSL) - 9043
  • WAS Admin Console - 9060
  • WAS JVM HTTP - 9080 (first one only)
  • WAS JVM HTTPS - 9443 (first one only)
  • Alfresco Explorer/Share - 8080
  • Apache Derby Network Server - 1527
  • OHS - 7777
  • OHS (SSL) - 4443

Well-Known Common Protocols

  • FTP - 21
  • HTTP - 80
  • HTTPS - 443
  • LDAP - 389
  • LDAP (SSL) - 636
  • SNMP - 161
  • SSH - 22
  • Telnet - 23
  • SMTP - 25
  • Microsoft RDP - 3389
  • DNS Service - 53
  • NNTP - 119

Database/Datastore

  • DB2 - 50000
  • Redis Server - 6379
  • Oracle Listener - 1521
  • mongoDB - 27017
  • MySQL - 3306
  • MS SQL - 1433
  • Memcached - 11211
  • MariaDB - 3306

Messaging/Transfer

  • MQ Listener - 1414
  • IBM Connect:Direct - 1364
  • RabbitMQ Web UI - 15672
  • Tibia RV Daemon - 7474
  • GoToMyPC - 8200

Some of the abbreviation used in above list

  • WAS - WebSphere Application Server
  • AJP - Apache JServ Protocol
  • SSL - Secure Socket Layer
  • HTTP - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
  • LDAP - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
  • SSH - Secure Shell
  • SMTP - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
  • IHS - IBM HTTP Server
  • NNTP - Network News Transport Protocol
  • SNMP - Simple Network Management Protocol

I hope this cheat sheet helps you as a reference guide at your work. If you like this, please help to share with your friends.

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