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What is port 22 open for on the Smart Hub?

Upon doing an nmap scan on the router, I saw port 22 open, which, as you may know is for SSH. It also said the port was 'filtered', so connecting via SSH seems impossible. Does anyone know why the port is even open? Would it actually take me to a shell?

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Re: What is port 22 open for on the Smart Hub?

Not on my EE SH it isn't! You sure you haven't port forwarded port 22?

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Re: What is port 22 open for on the Smart Hub?

I don't see 22 forwarded, maybe it was Arcadyan and not EE that decided it should be there.

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Re: What is port 22 open for on the Smart Hub?

But it isn't there! Could you have intended to open Port 21 for a PC's FTF Server (as I have done) & mis-numbered it,

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