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hello,

can anyone point me to a list of reserved ports?

i.e. ports that i should avoid using for port-forwarding in my router.

thanks!
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by:Michael Worsham
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This actually depends on a number of things...

Are you running a server environment behind your router?
If so, what type: Microsoft or Linux/UNIX based?
Are you going to be hosting websites?
Are you going to be running your own DNS server environment?
Are you going to need VPN tunnel access?
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