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I think people are trying to connect to my server without permission, so I was wondering how to check that. Which TCP port is it that the SSH server uses to listen for connections?
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Prolly port 22, unless it's changed.
By default, it should be port 22, although this can be changed to some other arbitrary port if desired.
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