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What is Port 2063?

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Hello!!

Can someone explain me what is TCP port 2063??
I found "ICG Bridge" but I'd like to know what it means.....

thanks to everybody!!!

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Hi roburobe,
2063 tcp/udp icg-bridge ICG Bridge Port

Ok fair enuf, but all ports above 1024 are not registered and can be used by ANY application.


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I found this with a google search: http://www.icgresearch.com/news_111700.htm

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Thank you but I found that it's used by COM.
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