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Kindly confirm port access required unidirectional or bidirectional?

Lansweeper service to scanned network devices

Port: 21/TCP (FTP)
Port: 22/TCP (SSH) or a custom SSH port of your choice
Port: 23/TCP (Telnet)
Port: 25/TCP (SMTP)
Port: 80/TCP (HTTP)
Port: 135/TCP (EPMAP)
Port: 137/UDP (NetBIOS Name Service)
Port: 139/TCP (NetBIOS Session Service)
Port: 161 (SNMP)
Port: 443/TCP (HTTPS)
Port: 445/TCP (SMB)
Port: 1400/TCP (Sonos devices HTTP)
Port: 1900/TCP (SSDP, UPnP)
Port: 1900/UDP (SSDP, UPnP)
Port: 5060 (SIP) or a custom SIP port of your choice
Port: 5353/TCP (mDNS, DNS-SD)
Port: 5353/UDP (mDNS, Bonjour, DNS-SD)
Port: 5986/TCP (WinRM HTTPS for Windows cluster log scanning and Hyper-V log scanning)
Port: 8008/TCP (Chromecast)
Port: 8080/TCP (HTTP)
Port: 8443/TCP (HTTPS)
Port: 9100/TCP (JetDirect)
Port: 16992/TCP (Intel vPro HTTP)
Port: 16993/TCP (Intel vPro HTTPS)
Port: 62078/TCP (iTunes sync port for iOS device identification)
Lansweeper Tech Support
Lansweeper Tech Support

Hello there!

Lansweeper uses bi-directional traffic to retrieve information from your assets. For Windows assets, it is important to know that Windows sends WMI data back over random ports, as explained in this Microsoft knowledge base article: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/wmisdk/connecting-to-wmi-on-a-remote-computer

More information on the protocols used by Lansweeper can be found in the following knowledge base article: https://community.lansweeper.com/t5/requirements/ports-scanned-or-used-by-lansweeper/ta-p/64273

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