Jibo TCP and UDP ports

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Arthur
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Jibo TCP and UDP ports

Post by Arthur » Sat Apr 20, 2019 12:42 am

With Jibo running normally, it does not appear that Jibo has any open TCP ports, however, he does have the following UDP ports open:
PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
42/udp open|filtered nameserver
689/udp open|filtered nmap
773/udp open|filtered notify
1029/udp open|filtered solid-mux
1034/udp open|filtered activesync-notify
16970/udp open|filtered unknown
18134/udp open|filtered unknown
19022/udp open|filtered unknown
19504/udp open|filtered unknown
20522/udp open|filtered unknown
20817/udp open|filtered unknown
21644/udp open|filtered unknown
25240/udp open|filtered unknown
29823/udp open|filtered unknown
31073/udp open|filtered unknown
34578/udp open|filtered unknown
41370/udp open|filtered unknown
58419/udp open|filtered unknown
62958/udp open|filtered unknown

If you connect an app to Jibo (i.e. Commander) and Jibo has the purple ring, TCP port 7160 is opened up for communication for the App Developer's Kit. We have found that the Jibo-cli expects to communicate to Jibo over ports 8686 and 8989, but we have yet to find a way to have Jibo turn on those ports.

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