We will be deploying a new application to a Server and the application will be listening on port 8443. We have asked Network team to open the firewall for the port 8443 on that server before deploying ...
Is it possible to narrow the allowed range of outbound ports that can be used for a specific protocol (e.g. HTTP(S))? I understand that, by default, the system will randomly allocate any available ...
I suddenly came across the term "ephemeral port" in a Linux article that I was reading, but the author did not mention what it is. What is an ephemeral port in UNIX?