Re: wget - which port number(s)?
On 2009-12-08, Geir Holmavatn <geir56@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I just wanted to try to find out which port..
Again, depends on the protocol. If you go for an ftp site, it's port
21, if you used http, it's 80. If your firewall is set up properly,
it should do stateful inspection and allow outgoing connections
automatically and like returning data should be allowed in. I use
Arno's firewall and do nothing to establish wget connection to servers
on the cloud. If you want to allow connections to your servers, then
you need to open ports.
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