1. class A address range
  2. class B address range
  3. Class C address range
  4. public address range is
  5. APIPA (automatic private IP addressing) range
    • address is assigned if comp can't connect to DHCP giving itself IP and mask but no gateway or DNS
  6. HTTP, use and port
    web browsers and web servers, port 80
  7. HTTPS, use and port
    Secure HTTP port 443
  8. FTP, use and port
    File Transferring, uses basic username and password for security, port 20 and 21
  9. SMTP
    Simple mail transfer protocol used to send mail port 25
  10. IMAP
    Internet message access protocol: email protocol to view messages port 143
  11. POP3
    Post office protocol 3:  Allows user to download email.  port 110
  12. TELNET
    Remote terminal emulation:  allows host to act as a dumb terminal, no security.  port 23
  13. SSH
    Secure Shell: allows for secure interaction control of remote systems (Basically tenet with security).  Port 22
  14. SFTP
    Secure FTP: encrypted FPT using SSH.  Port 22
  15. DNS
    Domain Name system:  Provides address/name resolution.  Port 53
  16. RDP
    Remote desktop protocol:  remote desktop.  Port 3389
  17. DHCP
    Dynamic host configuration protocol:  Dynamically assign IP addresses.  Port 67-68
  18. LDAP
    lightweight directory access protocol:  used to access info about network resources.  port 389 text, 636 secure.
  19. SNMP
    simple network management protocol:  used to monitor and manage network devices (like routers).  Port 161-162
  20. SMB
    server message block:  allows sharing of folders and printers over the network. (also known as common internet file system (CIFS).  Ports 137-139
Card Set
A+ network