Ports in Linux server?

MooseLucifer

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How to manage all ports in your Linux server? i.e open, close or list all ports existing on your server? is there a tool to manage ports with an user interface?
 

Efe Agbontaen

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How to manage all ports in your Linux server? i.e open, close or list all ports existing on your server? is there a tool to manage ports with an user interface?
If you are looking for a tool to manage ports from CLI, then I use UFW.

If you need a tool with GUI and you are on a Linux server, then maybe you should ask within the Community of the Control Panel you are using. For example,
if you use cPanel, there might be a cPanel Plugin
if you use CWP, maybe there is an opensource Module for it etc

If you need GUI and you are on a Linux Personal Computer, I just saw one called GUFW. http://gufw.org/
 

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There are multiple ways to view listening ports.
  1. Netstat Command
    Bash:
    sudo netstat -lntup
  2. ss Command
    Bash:
    sudo ss -lntu
  3. Nmap Command
    Bash:
    sudo lsof -i
  4. lsof Command
    Bash:
    sudo lsof -i

The above commands can be used to list all listening ports. to Open or Close ports, I suggest CSF (ConfigServer Firewall). It also has a GUI Interface which you can enable in its config file.
 
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