Don’t know how to use Nmap to scan Open Ports? We can help you.
A single IP address can have several services running, such as a web server, an application server, etc. In order for each of them to communicate, they listen and communicate on a specific port.
Hence, when we make a connection to a server, we connect to both the IP address and a port.
For example, when we connect to https://bobcares.com, we connect to the bobcares.com server on port 443, the default port for secure web traffic.
As part of our Server Management Services, we assist our customers with several Nmap queries.
Today, let us see how to use Nmap to scan Open Ports.