I do not know what the Nitrogen Service itself is, but the most common application to operate on port 7725 is Faronics Deep Freeze. It uses this port to talk to the administration console.
UDP port 69
Configure Port Forwarding or open the below ports in your Router/Firewall. Here's the Port #'s and service:TCP 80UDP 88UDP 3074TCP 3074UDP 53TCP 53
Port No. for Tranmission Control Protocal (TCP) is 6 Port No. for User Datagram Protocol (UDP) is 17
UDP port 123. (UDP is a connectionless protocol that sacrifices reliability for speed and bandwidth).
There are a lot of differences between a DNS port and UDP. An example would be DNS is for translation while UDP actually relays the host communication.
DHCP is a layer-4 protocol, most commonly transported over UDP. UDP port number 67 is the destination port of a server, and UDP port number 68 is used by the client
ICMP does not have a port like TCP and UDP.
Port 1151 is used for TCP/UDP
The port number is a two-byte number, therefore, the range of port numbers, both for TCP and for UDP, is 0-65535.The port number is a two-byte number, therefore, the range of port numbers, both for TCP and for UDP, is 0-65535.The port number is a two-byte number, therefore, the range of port numbers, both for TCP and for UDP, is 0-65535.The port number is a two-byte number, therefore, the range of port numbers, both for TCP and for UDP, is 0-65535.
Port 69 and UDP are used for tftp transmissions.
A single port can be configured to listen for UDP or TCP inbound connection requests (or both). Telnet uses TCP. So when you telnet to a specific IP:port, telnet will attempt to make a TCP connection. If there is no TCP listener on the port you specify, then the connection request will be refused. It matters not if you have a UDP listener on the port. Telnet will not be able to establish a connection to a UDP port.
Udp - 520.
both tcp and udp
A UDPheader contains four 16-bit fields. They are the source port, destination port, length, and checksum -- in that order.
Typically UDP Port 69.
* Ports 12000-17000 - UDP * Port 80 and 443 - TCP * Ports 5060 and 5062 - UDP * Ports 3478 and 3479 - UDP * Ports UDP 27901:27999 * Ports TCP 10001 * Ports TCP 47600:48000
Well first depending on the console you need an internet connection with portsPort 88 (UDP)Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)Port 53 (UDP and TCP)Port 80 (TCP) Then you need an Ethernet cable to plug into any data socket or router and then you go to the network settings and the rest is pretty easy to set up.
This information came from the Microsoft page.TCP 80UDP 88UDP 3074TCP 3074UDP 53TCP 53
DHCP listens for incoming on UDP 67 and send out on UDP 68 For 'well known' and 'registered' ports, you can check http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers too. by email@example.com
• checksum • destination port • source port
RIP uses UDP and Port 520
The port number is random
Length, Checksum and Source port
UDP and ports 67 and 68.