Re: UDP port 22
From: Richard E. Silverman (res_at_qoxp.net)
Date: 28 Apr 2004 07:51:30 -0400
>>>>> "MM" == Mike Mimic <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
MM> Hi! I found out that on my system (Debian) there is in
MM> /etc/services written that UDP port 22 is used by SSH. How is
MM> that? Is not ssh only TCP? Is this a mistake?
UDP port 22 is reserved for SSH along with the TCP port. It is not
currently used by any SSH implementation of which I am aware.
If you peruse the rest of your service file, you'll find that this is
-- Richard Silverman email@example.com