I have Windows 7, and my computer has been blocking ports 1935 and 843 for no reason for a while now. If for example, I try to watch twitch, nothing will work because those two are getting blocked.
Here is what I've tried to no avail:
1) Tried different browsers 2) Turned off Firewall 3) Tried making ALLOW rules on windows firewall for those two ports
So I've ruled out firewall or any weird browser issues. It is not an issue with our router either because on all of the other computers in our place twitch works fine, but on my computer even in different places twitch does not work.
netstat -an shows this: TCP 192.168.1.68:63154 184.108.40.206:843 SYN_SENT TCP 192.168.1.68:63156 220.127.116.11:1935 SYN_SENT netstat -o shows this: TCP 192.168.1.68:63159 stackoverflow:http ESTABLISHED 5768 TCP 192.168.1.68:63161 cp:https CLOSE_WAIT 5768 TCP 192.168.1.68:63163 video23:1935 SYN_SENT 5768 netstat -anobv shows this: [chrome.exe] TCP 192.168.1.68:63321 18.104.22.168:843 SYN_SENT 5768 [chrome.exe] TCP 192.168.1.68:63323 22.214.171.124:1935 SYN_SENT 5768
Anyway, I looked at all these and it showed that chrome was the ONLY thing that was associated with those two ports on my computer. I'm stumped now -- what could be blocking these ports? Is there anything I can do besides reformatting the entire thing?
BTW, on my linux partition, everything works fine... it's just that on the few rare times I have to be on Windows I'd rather not put everything on hold and reboot.