Can my ISP see what ports I'm using regardless of me using a VPN?

The general agreement is that my ISP will know I'm using a VPN but not what interesting traffic that I'm sending through with it. Say I'm using OpenVPN and I connect to the router via port 80, and then connect to ssh using port 22. Will my ISP see that I'm using those ports? (port 80, 22, 1194).

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  • 8 years ago
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    No they will only see 80 or probably actually port 443 since HTTPS uses port 443 not port 80

    The ISP that will be able to see your port will be the VPN providers ISP. So you moved your trust to them and their ISP instead of your ISP.

    Good luck

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