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Protocol/ports used by apple iPhone youtube app

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I was wondering if anyone knew what ports or protocols were used by the YouTube application on the iPhone.  I have one that is getting blocked one one wireless network that has an Endian firewall with all common ports open, but works fine on a different network that is not firewalled.  I looked on Apple.com and came up empty, and help would be appreciated.

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Lucas
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I just disassembled it, It uses https on some weird port in the 2k range. Lots of authentication on weird ports going on for searches.

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