Most Enterprise or Server based applications use a set of standard or default ports, and in other cases, dedicated ports may be assigned to the application(s).
If you suspect a port conflict, use the commands or applications listed below to generate a list of ports in use on your system. These instructions may assist you in resolving conflicts by identifying the porst in use, and potentially changing these ports used by another application(s) or processes.
Extensis applications such as Portfolio and Universal Type Server use several ports for communication purposes. Please use the following links to view the required ports:
Universal Type Server
Below are a few ways to identify ports in use on Mac and Windows Operating Systems:
Open the Terminal application and use the following command:
sudo lsof -i -n -P | grep TCP
The easiest way to view ports in use on Windows is to use Resmon.exe and view “Listening Ports”. These columns are searchable to view active ports.
Open a Command Prompt window and use the following command:
netstat -n -a –o
Another application for viewing active ports is TCPView. This viewer will show active ports with a simple GUI (Similar to Resmon.exe: