list of vpn port numbers vpn service providers use

The VPN protocol used to establish a connection with a VPN server determines the VPN port that is used. There are many protocols that can be used to establish VPN connections. Each protocol uses different port numbers. If you’re setting up your own VPN connection, make sure your firewall rules allow connections for the VPN ports.

VPN protocol VPN port number Usage
OpenVPN (UDP) 1194 OpenVPN connections
OpenVPN (TCP) 443 OpenVPN connections
PPTP (TCP) 1723 PPTP control path
PPTP (GRE) 47 PPTP data path
L2TP (UDP) 500, 4500 IKEv1 (IPSec control path)
L2TP (ESP) 50 IPSec data path
SSTP (TCP) 443 SSTP control and data path
IKEv2 (UDP) 500, 4500 IKEv2 (IPSec control path)
IKEv2 (ESP) 50 IPSec data path
Wireguard (UDP) 51820 Incoming connections

 

Summary:

  1. OpenVPN port numbers 1194 UDP, and 443TCP are used to establish connections.
    PPTP ports 1723TCP to create a VPN tunnel, and IP Protocol number 47 – GRE (Generic Route Encapsulation).
  2. L2TP uses ports 500 to 4500 to negotiate IPSec keys and IP protocol number 50 – ESP (Encapsulating Safety Payload). L2TP uses port 1701 UDP for IPSec encryption.
    SSTP port 443 TCP is used to establish connections.
  3. IKEv2protocol uses UDP port 500 and 4500.
  4. Wireguardlistening port 51820UDP to receive connections
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Evangeline Christina is a Cyber Security Enthusiast, Security Blogger, Technical Editor, Certified Ethical Hacker, Author at Cyberspecial.net. Previously, he worked as a security news reporter in a reputed news agency.

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