List of port assignments used by apps-vm6

Notes

For clarification, CIDR ranges are not subnets; instead, they describe the set (mathematical definition) of IP addresses within that range. For example, 23.161.208.8/30 = {23.161.208.8, 23.161.208.9, 23.161.208.10, 23.161.208.11}.

IPv4


23.161.208.0/29, 23.161.208.240/28

  • Port 80 (all IPs): Redirect to HTTPS/port 443.

23.161.208.0

23.161.208.1

  • Outbound mail server IP.

23.161.208.2

  • Outbound mail server IP.

23.161.208.3

  • Outbound mail server IP.

23.161.208.4

  • Outbound mail server IP.

23.161.208.5

  • Outbound mail server IP.

23.161.208.6

  • Outbound mail server IP.

23.161.208.7

  • Outbound mail server IP.

23.161.208.240

23.161.208.241

23.161.208.242

23.161.208.255


23.161.208.8/29

  • Outbound NAT range.

23.161.208.8

  • Port 123: NTP server.

23.161.208.16/28

23.161.208.16

IPv6


2602:806:a000::/64

  • Internal network infrastructure use.

2602:806:a000:4000::/50

2602:806:a000:4000::1

  • Port 123: NTP service.

2602:806:a000:4008::2


2602:806:a000:8000::/51