I've run NMAP several times on my home network in my campaign of learning the basics of network security.
So far all my devices except my PC have been Iphones/Chromebooks so nothing has been found in the way of open ports and so on (Apart from a few clear ones i.e 443/80).
However, runnining Nmap today I've found these ports randomly opened on the macaddress + Ip address associated with an Iphone 6(IOS V.12.56) I have at home.
- 1062/tcp filtered veracity
- 1088/tcp filtered cplscrambler-al
- 1105/tcp filtered ftranhc
- 1217/tcp filtered hpss-ndapi
- 2002/tcp filtered globe
- 2006/tcp filtered invokator
- 2323/tcp filtered 3d-nfsd
- 4443/tcp filtered pharos
- 5102/tcp filtered admeng
- 6101/tcp filtered backupexec
- 6346/tcp filtered gnutella
- 7103/tcp filtered unknown
- 18101/tcp filtered unknown
- 26214/tcp filtered unknown
- 44443/tcp filtered coldfusion-auth
Highly confused and wondering if anyone recognizes these ports for Iphone. Off the bat I see things like Gnutella and coldfusion, to name a few. Highly boggling.
Is it the case that Iphone has these specific ports configured. If so, why are they configured if anyone knows? I've referenced some ports with Apple's official statement on TCP/UDP ports  and none seem to match.
For comparison when doing a network scan on my Iphone 6s(another device), I dont get these results let alone any detection of ports (if I recall correctly, maybe I've seen 443/80 open)