Ports used in SyncBack application

A Port allows a program on your computer to send and receive data over the internet. SyncBack application also uses certain ports to communicate with other servers/services. So, if you encounter connectivity problems with SyncBack, then you may need to ensure that those specific ports are opened on your firewall/router.

This article provides a list of default ports used in SyncBackPro/SE, SyncBack Touch and SBMS:


System/Service

Default Port

FTP/FTPS

21

SFTP

22

Cloud

80 (HTTP) or 443 (HTTPS)

FTP Implicit SSL connection

990

SMTP (send emails to email server) unencrypted port

25

SMTP with SSL/TLS encryption

465

SMTP with STARTTLS

587

POP3 unencrypted port

110

POP3 with SSL/TLS encryption

995

IMAP unencrypted port

143

IMAP with SSL/TLS encryption

993

SyncBackPro/SE with SyncBack Touch

8080

Discover SyncBack Touch installation (uses UDP port)

24671

SyncBackPro with SBMS

8100

Internal/External or network drives

No port is needed