Network Port Scanner by IP Find

Example response against
Host is up (0.32s latency).
rDNS record for
80/tcp open     http
81/tcp filtered hosts2-ns
82/tcp filtered xfer
83/tcp filtered mit-ml-dev
84/tcp filtered ctf
85/tcp filtered mit-ml-dev
86/tcp filtered mfcobol
87/tcp filtered priv-term-l
88/tcp filtered kerberos-sec


Port scanner tool can be used to identify available services running on a server, it uses raw IP packets to find out what ports are open on a server or what Operating System is running or to check if a server has firewall enabled etc. The service can also detect uptime of a host if the host is running one of the known Operating Systems which the scanner can analyze to guess uptime.

To scan a host just enter the host name or the IP address in the box above and give a range of ports to scan, if the host has firewall enabled then you can try a different type of scan in the advance mode. The recommended scan type is "connect()", however other scan types can also be useful depending on the network of the target host, a "SYN Stealth" scan type can also prove to be useful when there's a firewall blocking the ports.

NOTE: If the difference between the start and the end port is more than 500 then in that case the scanning can take longer to finish and in some cases where the difference is far too high, the scanning might never complete, so it's recommended to keep the port range short.

How Ping Test tool works?

This free ping test tool can scan and test open ports of the internet server network of any domain or IP Address it takes any domain name or IPv4 IP address along with port's start and ending range to test and scan as input string and generates a query against given input. Query generates an output response according to required port ranges to test like opened port type, state and service.