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How can I tunnel all traffic including UDP connections through a http proxy [on hold]

Hello members I want to either block all UDP or be able to tunnel it through TCP connections. Whatever i tried the DNS resolver simply don't obeys the rule and always uses the UDP. Tried blocking but ...
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Setup Router for Two Computers and Two Domains [duplicate]

I have a router with DD-WRT. I have two computers connected to the router via the ethernet ports. Computer 1 has mydomain1.com Computer 2 has mydomain2.com I want to route all port 80 traffic for ...
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Too many open ports in Debian 8

The IT department has given me 3 virtual servers with Debian 8 for my area, which I will manage (but they have some monitoring tools). Starting Nmap 6.40 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2015-05-11 13:33 ART ...
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Opening outgoing ports on dedicated machine

I have a website where I have been working with another person on a game server listing site. It queries the game servers and shows information etc. Anyway upon talking to the creator of the script he ...
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Can I use an outgoing service on my SMTP server on a differnt port to 587/465?

Creating my own SMS service using PHP and came to an impasse: the firewall uses ports 587 and 465 for SECURE IMAP so it's a no go to use TLS or SSL on those ports. Is there a way I can use different ...
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Unable to navigate to localhost (or 127.0.0.1) [closed]

This question should have been answered here, but I had to ask again because the resolution was inconclusive. I am trying to configure my Tomcat's server.xml to work on TCP 8080 port. But it's always ...
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How to know who is knocking on the door (or port)?

Having a Linux server with only one port open 22, how can I log attempts to connect to any other port? They are closed, but I'd still want to know.
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How can I find out what ports I can use via a proxy;ie which are open

I use a proxy. I connect to it, but I cannot configure it. I access security cameras from the proxied location to one that is not. I got lucky in setting up the open ports to accept connection to my ...
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How to figure out which (potentially uninstalled) port provides a command in FreeBSD?

make search name=X and make search key=Y don't seem to find command names reliably, especially not if they aren't mentioned in the port's description. In Debian-based systems there's apt-file which ...
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Meaning of red plus sign in FreeBSD ports configuration screen

Maybe a bit of a noob question, but I can't find it anywhere (I googled it, and I've tried the handbook, but I might have missed it): When I install a port and the port asks for configuration ...
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Can't Access Port 8080 on Public Servers

I have a slightly weird problem that I can't really understand. A lot of people host their Tomcat services, such as Geoserver, on port 8080, but when I try to access these from my browser in my ...
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What keeps ports 32003 and 25419 open on my Ubuntu 14?

I did a netstat on udp ports and found a service on port 32003 and one at 25419. What are they , how can I kill them at startup if they have no use? http://i.imgur.com/fo7atla.png
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FreeBSD make error - File 5.19 supports only version 12 magic files. /usr/share/misc/magic.mgc is version 8?

I'm having trouble reinstalling ProFTPD on a FreeBSD 10.1 setup. The server is newly upgraded from 10.0 to 10.1. When I start the make install clean process, these warnings first shows on screen. ...
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Are desktop PC ports less durable in terms of mating cycles than laptop ports?

I have an HP EliteDesk 800 Mini PC, and I am using it like a laptop in the sense that I take it to and from work every day. At home and at work I have a power adapter, monitor, keyboard, and mouse ...
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Cannot open port 25565 and others

I try to open my Minecraft server and my gmod server ports. Now I only try Minecraft and I tried to open in 192.168.1.1 in Windows firewall. I went to this site: ...
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Ports not opening correctly

I am trying to open up ports to run a program but it won't work. I am trying to open up port 80 for testing, but even that didn't work. Here are the steps I'm going through. Open windows firewall, ...
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How do I properly test which ports are open?

My dormitory's internet connection is protected by SecureW2. This means that I have to install SecureW2 client on my computer and it won't let me in unless my username and password are correct. This ...
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Why is the TCP open but not the UDP?

I'm setting up a game server and I have a bunch of ports forwarded already (all in use). So I'm putting one into /etc/ppp/firewall-masq, which is full of iptables rules. The game server is served by a ...
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Port forward not working for accessing Tomcat

I have an app running locally on Tomcat that I can access using : http://192.168.192.24:8080/findit/table.html However when I use : http://mypublic-ip-address:8080/findit/table.html I receive ...
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What are the dangers of unblocking ports to remotely connect to a network?

I am trying to create something like a cloud where I will be able to connect to a device from other networks, apart from my local one. In order to do that my provider must unblock some ports... My ...
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How to figure what is blocking ports

I have opened the follows ports in the router config TCP 5242 4244 UDP 5243 9785 But these still remain unreachables. I have also tried to disable Comodo firewall without success. Is there a way ...
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Why must we supply a port number in addition to an IP when sending a request?

I have a decent understanding of the practical use of ports and how they work. However, I have a few questions I would like to clear up. What happens if we send a request without specifying a port ...
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Is there a way to check if wireless network allows ssh connection?

I am at the public library currently using a mac book and I am trying to SSH into my server. I am normally able to do so in other places that are not on my local network, but I am not able to here. ...
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Port Forwarding Issue

I am confused over some issues with ports and port forwardings. I have my own small datacenter running from my home. I have multiple web servers exchange server and all. I have setup port ...
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Block all outgoing ports from iptables.

I have a windows xp machine running specific application which can be access by single port (27500). there is nothing else i want to access on this machine. If i block all outgoing ports from this ...
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Can I use another port other than 443 for SSL communication?

I have an application that communicates via SSL, however, Port 443 is already in use by an IIS instance on that same server. Can I use another port other than 443 for SSL communication?
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How do I close remote ports?

I was wondering how web sites detect open ports on my network, like the Server Port Test on whatsmyip.org, and how I can close these open ports (e.g. port 22 and 23)? I'm getting these results:
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Help with iptables

I recently installed Oracle Linux 6 on a home server, and I've been having trouble with allowing ports past the firewall (iptables). I've tried adding ports with the command iptables -I INPUT -p tcp ...
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in ProcessExplorer what is the difference between remote address = 127.0.0.1:0 and *:*?

In Process Explorer when I select a process click on "TCP/IP" tab it shows 5 columns: Protocol, Local Address, Remote Address, State, Service. Under Remote Address, I often see entries such as ...
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Open Ports - Strange Errors

I was doing an open port check 1-65535 on my external IP from an online tool and I could see 5 open ports! When I opened one of them in my browser myip:3541 and I could see only this response: ...
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How do I tell which application is using which port?

I have been looking at netstat output on a MacBook. I noticed that some applications enable you to specify which port it uses. For example, utorrent allows you to do that. I chose a port 55743 then ...
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How to customize flash player ports

Is there a way to change flash player ports? I've already searched but without success, all the tutorials usually refer to flash player server.
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OSX Mavericks: How can I make a webserver launch at boot and listen to port 80 without running the webserver as root?

According to Apple's launchd documentation: [launchd] Eliminates the primary reason for running daemons as root. Because launchd runs as root, it can create low-numbered TCP/IP listen sockets ...
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Unblock Utorrents ports

Recently our company has blocked all incoming ports by default. Since then I am unable to download from torrent sites. Our network engineers allowed to open the ports for me in which uTorrent is using ...
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How to block an incoming port to a router?

Recently there have been a lot of people cheating on Xbox Live using a modded Xbox and a networking service called Xbox Live Stealth which allows them to bypass the Microsoft servers so their Xbox's ...
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How to configure Jenkins to run on port 80

How can I configure Jenkins to run on the HTTP port 80, only accessible to a certain Apache virtual server only on a specific subdomain? I have one virtual server: business.com running on the server. ...
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What's up with port 8080 on my OSX box?

I thought a web server process I brought up was listening on localhost:8080, and tried to connect to it, but kept getting connection reset errors. As it turns out, I was mistaken and my process was ...
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Why can't Viber connect but Skype can?

I heard that Viber is a great alternative to Skype so I'm trying it out. I discover that it connects just fine on 3G but never on Wifi. On my wifi-only tablet it won't ever connect, nor on my desktop ...
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Configure wireless router to only allow web access

I have a (very common inexpensive) wireless Cisco router at the office where I work. The manager wanted to know if there's a way to configure the router to allow only web access. How would I go about ...
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How to forward external port to internal port using plink

For a penetration test where I have shell access to a computer running an old Windows, I'd like to forward port 4450 to 127.0.0.1:445 because the firewall is blocking 445 externally. I'm stuck on ...
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SSH port on Virtual Machine is closed

I want to connect to my Arch linux virtual machine from my debian(host) by ssh, but connection is refused, I scanned 22 port on Virtual Machine and its closed, How can I open this port to enable ssh ...
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Ports 3128 and 8080 exposed for 19 out of 20 devices on home LAN?

I don't think it's a bug in SoftPerfect's Network Scanner because I can get the same results using two other port scanners. Oddly, "Giga" is the only device that does not show as exposing 8080, yet ...
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Why can't nc / netcat sniff http port traffic easily?

I'm NOT looking for advice such as "try wireshark." I'm trying to understand what netcat is and isn't. When I try to listen (-l) to port 80, it says "address already in use." Can netcat not listen to ...
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Limit user bound ports to arbitrary ranges

Is it possible to allow user to bind only certain ports? For example, I was trying to achieve this: user1: can bind only on ports 4001 and 4002 user2: can bind only on ports 5001 and 5002 and so ...
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FreeBSD portsnap fetch fails

This seems like a really straightforward problem, but I haven't had much luck looking around the internet so far. (A couple message boards are talking about it, but they don't offer any solutions.) ...
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Unknown port : Asterix port 8600?

Running nmap on my linux box, I find the following open port : 8600/tcp open asterix After searching online, I found almost no information about this service except a short description: Port ...
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Can't connect to VMWare Player from host machine

Running VMware player with Cent OS. Running a server in the virtual os and trying to connect to it from the host pc to no avail. I have tried bridged, NAT, and host-only type network connections. I am ...
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Port open, but not forwarding

I have a Buffalo WZR-1800h, and I opened port 25565 on it and forwarded it to an active server which I can connect locally to. We just got a new router and the server ran flawlessly on the other ...
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SSH Port closed although forwarded correctly

I'm having an issue with opening my SSH port. Here are the symptoms. Within the local network I can ssh to the machine, including both locally (ssh localhost) and from alternate computers. I have ...
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How can I check what outbound ports are allowed in a network?

On some networks (primarily corporate ones), the firewall restricts outbound connections to some port number. The allowed ports generally comprise of port 80, 11, 443, etc. Is there a way I could do ...