Which of these ports would you need to open in your firewall to allow Remote Desktop connections?
Which of these ports would you expect to be used on a web server?
You are concerned that an unauthorized file sharing service is running on one of your Windows machines. Which one of these utilities can help you understand which services have opened ports on your computer?
Some fundamental physical port security best practices can help protect your network from unwanted systems. In this video, you’ll learn about MAC filtering, 802.1X features, and the importance of disabling unused ports.
You are planning to install a web server on your network. To allow access from other computers, you’d like to open the necessary ports in your firewall. Which ports should you open to allow web server access to your computer? Pick two.
If you look at the back of any computer, you’ll find many different ports staring back at you. In this video, you’ll learn to recognize some of the most common motherboard ports and connectors, including audio ports, video ports, and communication interfaces.
If you’ve spent any amount of time around networks, you’ll know that the most popular applications use well known TCP or UDP ports to communicate. In this video, we’ll tell you the ports you’ll need to memorize to get through your CompTIA Network+ certification exam.
The connections into a PC are as varied as the components themselves. Fortunately, there are a number of standardized ports that are common across all computer makes, models, and manufacturers. In this video, we’ll look at the most common connector types and show you what type of components use these ports.