A port provides a location for an application to interface with the network. If there is no application that is listening at a particular point, data sent there will never be used.

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Port Blocked by Network Adminstrator how to bypass it? [on hold]

I use a gaming client called "steam". My network adminstrator (college sysadmin) has blocked the steam port.Also, steam does no allow remapping ports. I tried various VPN services like Hotspot Shield, ...
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Blocked port - no process

Working on a Linux Debian machine. When trying to start Tomcat7 a warning about port 80 being block is thrown. Furthermore, the deployed webapps cannot be accessed (404 error). Tried to figure out ...
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Is there any reason to use serial port over parrallel port

Serial Port : Serial communication takes place asynchronously, meaning that no synchronization signal (or clock) is required: the data may be sent at random intervals. In return, the peripheral must ...
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Mozilla opens port on my external IP

Sorry for probably a stupid question, but I didn't a find an answer anywehere else or I didn't look right. I wanted to know why mozilla firefox opens a port on my external IP. When I was looking ...
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Display port numbers and port names

How do I display both port numbers and port names at the same time? I can display the forward port numbers (i.e. 22, 25, 1000, 443, 80) using the following: [root@michaels ~]# iptables -L -n Chain ...
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How to forward a port to a DHCP client?

The following approach works for me. Say my local ip address is 192.168.1.136, I am able to open the port 63102 using the method illustrated in the following image. My issue is, if I configure my ...
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Should a port scan from the WAN side return any open port on a new router (TP-Link ER6020)?

I purchased a new router (TP-Link ER6020), turned it on and connected my computer to it. The router is running in NAT mode, I did not change a setting (despite providing dsl authentication details). ...
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How can I check for externally-open ports on a given server?

I need to programatically determine whether a given port on the server that my script is running on is open from the outside world. I'm working under the assumption that the only reliable way to ...
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Mystery port on my Samsung laptop (NP700Z5C)

What is the port in the picture of my Samsung Series 7 NP700Z5C? It's called a "Display Port" in this image (not from Samsung, admittedly), but it's clearly not (the Samsung documentation even ...
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What ephemeral ports do Steam & Valve games use?

I need to know exactly which ports are ephemeral so that I can create QoS rules. This page doesn't state which are ephemeral. I know that some of those ports such as 28960 are static ephemeral ports. ...
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How to bypass port blocking for p2p network? [closed]

I noticed that my school is now blocking all the ports to prevent p2p network such as torrent downloading. Of course it is against school's policy to bypass it. However I am curious if there is method ...
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Disabling port 80 on Windows Vista

I need my Glassfish application server to use port 80 but it complains that it is already being used. I disabled IIS but port 80 was still in use. When I run some netstats, it shows that port 80 is ...
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Use Router (External) IP Address for Dadicated Server

Currently i am in India. i have Broad Band Connection. I have TP-link router and i want to use router's external ip address for my dedicated server. Is it possible.? I am java developer not much on ...
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Routing home server through VPN to bypass blocked ports

I am currently running Windows Server 2012 R2 in a virtual machine on an iMac. The server is serving a site using IIS as of now and I would also like to host an email server with it. Now, the problem ...
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How to force a process transmit over UDP instead of TCP?

I 'm running an ffserver process on a Linux machine, in order to achieve video streaming via ffmpeg. However, there is a delay on video streaming. On ffserver configuration file I define Port 8090. ...
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Cannot Delete Unwanted COM ports - Windows 7

I recently installed a Cannon wireless printer for temporary use, the drivers of which set nearly all my COM ports to be constantly in-use (an occasionnal bug noted in the ReadMe after installation ...
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Ran “network restart”, netstat shows no open ports, server still says port is in use

I am doing some web development in django (python). The program runs it's own development server on port 8000. I turned off the server and now need to restart it, but I'm getting an "Error: That port ...
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Linux distribution detection with Nmap

When I run Nmap with OS detection it delivers the kernel version of the Linux host instead of the name of the Distribution. Nessus does Os detection based on banners ...
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Observing Output Current/Voltage from USB Port

I am working on a project where i am required to observe the current draw from a circuit. In a lab, I have access to power supply/multimeter and can easily check how much current is being drawn from ...
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Reset a single USB port

I have some USB devices, that sometimes need to be physically removed and plugged back in. They are mostly USB mobile broadband devices. For some cases I only have to unplug the device and put it back ...
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Should I run my small website in port 80, 8080, or 81?

I am running a small website using nginx. Since there's (probably) not going to be a lot of traffic in my server's lifespan and to avoid random DoS attacks, I am considering setting the web server to ...
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Killing daemon and closing port without ability to use 'lsof'

I have an application that spits out the time when it is requested from a client. I don't have permissions to use port 13, so I put it on a really high-numbered port. Now I can't kill that port, and I ...
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Communicating with the LPT port through USB adapter

I have a proprietary hardware which accepts input on the parallel port. The problem is the PC which needs to communicate with the hardware doesn't have a parallel port and I can't change it's ...
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Is it possible to take away tcp port which is already listened by another program

Is it possible that some program B can take away port which is already in use (listened) by program A. Should the program A (server whitch is listening some port) actually check the port status after ...
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Open ports 8456, 8832, and 54321 on my wifi router

Ran a port scan against my WiFi router (Trendnet TEW-633GR), found this: PORT STATE SERVICE 80/tcp open http 8456/tcp open unknown 8832/tcp open unknown 54321/tcp open unknown Port 80 ...
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Pow server - my site need port number for .dev

there, I am new to Ruby and trying to use Pow in my Mac. When I type MYSITE.dev/ in my browser, it always says "The connection was reset". But it works fine for MYSITE.dev:20559. It seems that I ...
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How can I make a domain point to a certain port without doing www.example.com:7000

I have a domain, and I would like to point play.thedomain.com to the ip:port, so I want my play.something.com to point to, let's say 127.0.0.1:25577 (I know, that's localhost, just an example) I do ...
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Different server based on port number

I currently have a VPS setup with a Minecraft server on it running on port 25565. I also want to have a blog for my server using Tumblr which means that'll need port 80. The problem I find is I can't ...
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The Risk of Port Forwarding to a VOIP Device

My VOIP provider uses a device to supply the service. The device is on my side of my router and part of my LAN. He requires I forward a very large range of ports to his device (something like 5000 ...
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How to find out what is running on localhost port

I have something running at port 9090 on my local machine. It's probably something I set up long ago and forgot about... how can I find out what it is? I am using Windows 8.
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HP USB P2015 printers create new virtual USB ports in Windows; seemingly at random

We have the following scenario: 30 laptops 30 HP Laserjet P2015 printers all coupled via USB The users can sit at a different place, a different printer (though the identical model) every day. ...
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How to force download on a specific lan port on Synology?

I have a synology DS409+ which is connected to internet via lan port 1 and Wifi key. Those are from different networks. I would like to force Download Station to download files through wifi and not ...
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Source port 443?

I'm might embarrass myself with this question, because of something really obvious, but I'm puzzled. My home broadband firewall log says it has been blocking incoming TCP traffic with a source (!) ...
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Port forwarding : open port without any response

I've been playing around with my router recently to be able to access my localhost (ran by xampp) from outside. I've managed to open ports 80 and 443 and I've confirmed it with ...
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is it possible to link different email accounts to different network profiles?

My work firewall for wired internet blocks almost every port except http, https and maybe a few other web-related ports (993, 465 and everything else to do with IMAP is blocked). Impenetrable for, ...
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Quick way to scan for opened ports on local network according to a list

How can I quickly find out whether port 80 is open/listening on a server via a bash script? Normally on all workstations the daemon is running, but sometimes it fails. I use the following command to ...
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Warning: remote port forwarding failed for listen port 'xxxx'

How do I find the process that is listening on port 'xxxx' and kill it? I have RemoteForward 2022 remote.host:22 in my .ssh/config file. Whenever I ssh into a remote server: ssh staging-environment ...
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Source Address:Port vs Destination Address:Port

I am new to TCP/IP and trying hard to learn basics. Well, I really wonder about inbound rules and outbound rules of Firewall and concept of source adress:port, destination adress:port. For example I ...
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FTP client sends a wrong PORT command

I have a Windows 7 machine connected to 2 subnets, with IP addresses 10.0.0.241 and 172.17.240.94. On this machine runs a 3rd party java application that internally launches an FTP client session, ...
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Difference between port mapped and memory mapped access?

Can anyone explain what's the difference between port mapping and memory mapping, and what having both accomplishes? Why is there port mapped, how does it differ in structure from memory maps, and is ...
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Program to remove virtual COM ports

I have a program written in python that does a lot of bluetooth connections with multiple devices. I've had an issue that after a number of device connections, I can no longer connect to a bluetooth ...
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Jenkins listens on weird ports

I use Centos 6.5 and Jenkins 1.547. I installed Jenkins as outlined in Jenkins's wiki. I configured Jenkins to listen on local port 8081. netstat -tulpn reveals that Jenkins additionally listens ...
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Send traffic over specified connections by port

I am currently at a college with an extremely restrictive network. No outbound ports are open except 53, 80, and 443. I can't do any of the things I'd like to do like FTP, SSH, etc., which is ...
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How to remove IIS for WampSERVER?

I have WampServer installed, and I installed Microsoft SEO Toolkit, I guess that has the IIS dependency. And I guess the iis service uses port 80. Now every time I start WampServer, I need to go to ...
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Connect Mobile phone/ GSM modem to a VPS or hosting dedicated server

I have a Nokia E71 phone that I am using for as a GSM modem to send out SMS (text message) through the web application I wrote. Everything is working fine on my local machine and now I am looking to ...
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Can't stealth or close port 1024

I'm running Win7 64-bit (Home edition) and Huawei HG533 router. Have used GRC and several other sites to scan the computer and all say that port 1024 is open, have used several different firewalls to ...
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PID 4 Windows 8 Sony VAIO laptop

I cannot figure out which service is kicking off "ntoskrnl.exe" and taking away port 80. I have already checked all the answers related to this on superuser. ...
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Open port in apartment network [closed]

everyone, I'm living in a apartment an using a network with private IP. In this network, BitTorrent is work correctly and can seeds data. The question is, can I open 80? Thanks for help.
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What cable do I need for this port?

I have tried to plug a monitor to a Dell computer into the VGA slot and I have received this message : This computer has an add-in graphics card, but the monitor is plugged into the integrated video ...
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USB Ports Not Working

None of the USB ports work anymore on my HP EliteBook 2540p laptop which is running Windows 7 Pro SP1. By "not working," I mean if I try plugging in a thumbdrive or external HDD it does nothing ...