What ports does an LG TV open?

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  • What ports does an LG TV open? jww

    I'm seeing some unexpected ports open on an LG TV model 47LN5750-UH, serial 311MXTC1E969. Below is the result from a nmap scan.

    Nmap scan report for 172.16.4.4
    Host is up (0.00021s latency).
    Not shown: 998 closed ports
    PORT     STATE SERVICE
    1148/tcp open  elfiq-repl
    8080/tcp open  http-proxy
    MAC Address: CC:2D:8C:59:9B:3C (LG Electronics)
    

    I can't find information on LG TV TCP ports. I also cannot find useful information on TCP/1148 - Elfiq Replication Service. I did find some talk about TCP/1148 being part of a botnet.

    My questions are:

    • What ports do LG TVs open
    • What are the services associated with those ports

    And specific to the tv above:

    • Is TCP/1148 expected to be open?
    • What service is provided on the port?

  • I found this list:

    Port Scanning host results
    
    Open TCP Port:     1061
    Open TCP Port:     1424
    Open TCP Port:     1900 ssdp
    Open TCP Port:     1970
    Open TCP Port:     3000 ws
    Open TCP Port:     3001 wss
    Open TCP Port:     9955
    Open TCP Port:     9998
    Open TCP Port:     18181
    Open TCP Port:     36866
    
     UDP:
    
     Sends data to 
     239.255.255.250:1900 ssdp traffic
    

    192.168.1.255:9956 and 224.0.0.113:9956. Port 9956 and the contents show this is alljoyn-traffic,--

    Source:
    https://www.npmjs.com/package/lgtv

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