Are these ports that should normally be open?

Em_JayEm_Jay Member Posts: 2
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  • MarcMarc Moderator, Beta Tester Posts: 1,787
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    @EmJay, assuming that’s a managed router?  If so, nothing looks out of the ordinary.  Most of the ports listed support a web server interface and the ability to host some type of drive or storage from the unit with Windows SMB protocol. 
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  • Em_JayEm_Jay Member Posts: 2
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    Not really. I share the wifi with my room mate whom has tech knowledge as obviously I do not, lol. As far as I know we only have cell phones and tablets so I'm not quit sure about all of it! Is it possible that it could be going to a 2tb stick in the PS4 to store?

  • MarcMarc Moderator, Beta Tester Posts: 1,787
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    The Sagemcom thing in your screen shot you shared is probably your router.  That’s the piece that’s getting the internet into your home and eventually to your PS4 and phones.  Those open ports being reported from the Sagemcom would use for file sharing, authentication and web based management.  Again, nothing out of the ordinary.

    You folks upgrading to a PS5 when it comes out?
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  • Lee_BoLee_Bo Member Posts: 273
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    Hey @Em_Jay, as others have said, nothing out of the ordinary.
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