Common Windows Ports (NT 4, 2000)

common windows ports

I needed to post this somewhere for quick reference

List of Ports Used by Windows NT 4.0/2000 services:

Function Static ports


Browsing UDP:137,138
DHCP Lease UDP:67,68
DHCP Manager TCP:135
Directory Replication UDP:138 TCP:139
DNS Administration TCP:135
DNS Resolution UDP:53
Event Viewer TCP:139
File Sharing TCP:139
Logon Sequence UDP:137,138 TCP:139
NetLogon UDP:138
Pass Through Validation UDP:137,138 TCP:139
Performance Monitor TCP:139
PPTP TCP:1723 IP Protocol:47 (GRE)
Printing UDP:137,138 TCP:139
Registry Editor TCP:139
Server Manager TCP:139
Trusts UDP:137,138 TCP:139
User Manager TCP:139
WinNT Diagnostics TCP:139
WinNT Secure Channel UDP:137,138 TCP:139
WINS Replication TCP:42
WINS Manager TCP:135
WINS Registration TCP:137
Terminal Services TCP:3389

List of Ports Used by Microsoft Exchange Server version 5.x/2000:
Function Static ports


Client/Server Comm. TCP:135
Exchange Administrator TCP:135
IMAP TCP:143
IMAP (SSL) TCP:993
LDAP TCP:389
LDAP (SSL) TCP:636
MTA - X.400 over TCP/IP TCP:102
POP3 TCP:110
POP3 (SSL) TCP:995
RPC TCP:135
SMTP TCP:25
SMTP (SSL) TCP:465
NNTP TCP:119
NNTP (SSL) TCP:563
IRC TCP: 6667
IRC (SSL) TCP:994
X.400 TCP:102
Kerberos TCP:88

SQL 7.0, 2000
Function Static ports


MS-SQL TCP: 1433 (ent. manager, default client, odbc, etc)
TCP: 2282 (supposedly used in SQL 2000, not sure what for)