Checking Open Port Remotely with Nmap on Linux with 2 steps
Nmap (Network mapper) is a free, open-source utility for network information mining and security testing. Nmap is designed to quickly scan large networks but achieve high performance with a single server. Nmap can work on many familiar operating systems and official binary packages are available on Linux, Windows and Mac OS.
So in this article, AZDIGI will show you how to install Nmap to check the open port remotely on Linux.
First, you need to SSH into your server and follow the steps below.
Step 1: Install nmap
To install nmap on some servers, you can refer to the corresponding commands below:
- On Ubuntu/Debian
sudo apt install nmap
- On RedHat, you can use yum or dnf to install
sudo yum install nmap Or sudo dnf install nmap
- After the installation is complete, you need to check with the command below:
If the screen displays the results as below, the installation is successful.
[root@sv ~]# nmap -v Starting Nmap 6.40 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2022-04-25 21:57 +07 Read data files from: /usr/bin/../share/nmap WARNING: No targets were specified, so 0 hosts scanned. Nmap done: 0 IP addresses (0 hosts up) scanned in 0.04 seconds Raw packets sent: 0 (0B) | Rcvd: 0 (0B)
Step 2: Check the open port with nmap
- Check open ports
To check the open port with nmap, you can use the command with the following option:
For example, to check the open ports on the
thegioibecon.com website, you run the command:
After running the command, the result will show open ports on the server side as follows:
As shown above, all are default ports (should have) on web servers. However, with the above command, it will not be possible to list all the ports because this command only checks the most commonly used
So to check all the open ports, you just need to add the
-p- option to the command as below: (Note that this command will run for a long time, so please be patient)
nmap -p- thegioibecon.com
- Check specific port
To check a specific port, you can use the command with the following option:
nmap -Pn -p port_number IP/hostname/domainname
For example, to check that Port
2210 is open on the
thegioibecon.com website, run the command:
nmap -Pn -p 2210 thegioibecon.com
After running the command, the result will show that Port
2210 is open on the server side as follows:
So in this article, AZDIGI showed you how to install nnmap to check the open port remotely on Linux. Hope this article is useful to you, wish you success!
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