What is TCP 17990 used for?

What is TCP 17990 used for?

Ports required for HPE OneView

Port number Protocol Description
17990 TCP Provides browser access to the integrated remote console.
63001 and 63002 TCP Used on the host OS where SUT (Smart Update Tools) is installed. The communication is on the localhost between the SUT and SUM (Smart Update Manager) processes.

What is iLO port used for?

iLO provides a remote Web-based console, which can be used to administer the server remotely. The iLO port is an Ethernet port, which can be enabled through the ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU).

How do I enable iLO port?

To access the iLO RBSU, press F8during POST. Use the arrow keys and the Enter key to navigate through the iLO RBSU menus. To make configuration changes, follow the on-screen instructions. To access the UEFI System Utilities, press F9 during POST, and then select SystemConfiguration→iLO 4 Configuration Utility.

Why does TFTP use port 69?

17.2. TFTP is a UDP-based protocol. Servers listen on port 69 for the initial client-to-server packet to establish the TFTP session, then use a port above 1023 for all further packets during that session. Clients use ports above 1023. SourceAddr.

Why is port 80?

On a Web server or Hypertext Transfer Protocol daemon, port 80 is the port that the server “listens to” or expects to receive from a Web client, assuming that the default was taken when the server was configured or set up. A port can be specified in the range from 0-65536 on the NCSA server.

What ports does TCP use?

Table 1 Common TCP/IP Protocols and Ports

Protocol TCP/UDP Port Number
Secure Shell (SSH) (RFC 4250-4256) TCP 22
Telnet (RFC 854) TCP 23
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) (RFC 5321) TCP 25
Domain Name System (DNS) (RFC 1034-1035) TCP/UDP 53