TCP Port 2083 Information

Port name:radsec
Port 2083 common errors:The port 2083 might cause login problems for many programs/services using the Internet to access a remote terminal to retrieve information. To learn more about errors in your system run a free registry scan.
Services or applications using this port:Radiator 3.11
Malicious services / applications:No known malicious services/applications using this port.

Port 2083 details:

Protocol: TCP
IAMA status: Official
Range: Registered
Traffic: inbound, outbound, both
Notification: True
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Technical description for port 2083:

The port 2083 is the iANA official port used by RadSec -- an extension of RADIUS used by the Radiator 3 application. RadSec listens for possible connections in port 2083 to allow a RADIUS server and client to communicate via TCP or SCTP connection. The request from the client or the server is filtered through port 2083 before it is received by the destination terminal.
The port 2083 holds encrypted data that requires authentication from a RADUIS server or client before it is sent to the requester.
The port 2083 is also being used by the CPanel Webmail application. Unlike the port 2082 used by the said program, having this application installed in a system using RadSec will not produce any conflict in traffic and functionality commonly experienced by users when using Wireshark and CPanel in a single machine.
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