Port filtering is an extra level of security that protects you from cyber attacks and blocks specific inbound traffic with no impact on your normal browsing, streaming, or email services. You can turn it off and on at any time by logging into My Orcon and scrolling to the bottom of the home page.
We block the following ports and inbound traffic (TCP/UDP) on a network level:
|22||SSH (Secure Shell) and file transfers|
|25||SMTP (Sending emails)|
|67||DHCP Bootstrap servers|
|68||DHCP Bootstrap servers|
|135||Remotely managed DHCP and DNS servers|
|137||NetBIOS named services|
|445||SMB over IP|
|593||HTTP RPC remote procedures|
|1900||SSDP (Discovery of UPnP devices)|
|2049||NFS (File sharing)|
If you have an on-site email server (business email server), web server, NAS servers, or admin acces to a remote router, you'll want to disable the port filtering and test your services again.
Need something else?
Check out other setup information, changes you can make online, or some helpful tips: