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what is the port that pc anywhere use
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PCAnywhere uses two sets of ports the first set being 65301 (TCP) and 22 (UDP).  The second set being 5631 (TCP) and 5632 (UDP).  It's depending on which version of PCAnywhere that you use to determine which set of ports to use.

See here:  http://www.nthelp.com/NT6/pcanywhere_ip_port_usage.htm
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Hi

I would the second sset that Zilantyas listed:

5631(tcp)
5632(udp)

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PCAnywhere defaults to
port 5631 for tcp and  5632 for udp.

You must open these ports on your router to point to the local ip address of the PCAnywhere Host.

You may also use other ports on the same static IP....
i.e.
5631 and 5632 point to 10.1.1.2
5633 and 5634 point to 10.1.1.112

You can redefine the host and remote to point to any ports in 10.X and higher.
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