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download YaTQA server admin software from teamspeak sites download area, use that admin software to log onto your server from local side, once connected you select the virtual server you want to admin and you change the port the virtual server is hosted on. You also can change the file sharing port also! The port you select must be one that is not blocked by ...


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Imagine your machine as a big office. At every desk, someone works, does a job specifically he or she is dedicated to deal with. The desks are numbered. Nothing special, they just have numbers 1, 2, 3,... Imagine a post boy who has to deliver all tasks to do - this boy will be your, let's put it this way, net capabilities. This boy has to know two things to ...


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Your machine uses ephemeral ports to connect to other machines in a client-server model. For example, if you're on Stack Exchange, you'll be connecting to the server on port 80, but the port your computer uses will be a random high port. If you really want to see how nmap interprets the data, run a netstat in your terminal window alongside the nmap scan. ...


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This is a "feature" of the Linux kernel that allows a socket to connect to itself when the destination port is the same as the ephemeral port that the kernel chooses for the socket. Nmap versions 6.40 to 6.47 were missing a check for this specific case, so self-connections show up randomly in high-numbered ports. Upgrade to a newer Nmap version (7.01 was ...


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You can use netstat.exe to query for open ports. this the command you need netstat.exe: C:\Users\user>netstat.exe /? Displays protocol statistics and current TCP/IP network connections. NETSTAT [-a] [-b] [-e] [-f] [-n] [-o] [-p proto] [-r] [-s] [-x] [-t] [interval] -a Displays all connections and listening ports. example netstat -a: ...


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The answer by jcbermu mentions that RFC 1340 (assigned numbers) had a run of unused ports from 374 to 512, and 443 is right in the middle. assert https_port == (374 + 512) / 2 == 443


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In the port forwarding section, you should specify the local IP address you want to pass the packets to. For example, if your public IP address is being accessed on 49.248.xxx.xxx:5901, and you have a server listening on 192.168.0.103:5901, you need a port forwarding rule for traffic to 192.168.0.103, on port 5901. When your WAN IP address is sent a TCP or ...


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User Spiff is correct that it doesn't matter as far as the Wake-on-LAN functionality of the intended recipient goes. However, using UDP is recommended because it can be generated without raw sockets, and port 9 is recommended because it maps to the old well-known discard service wherease port 7 maps to the echo service. This means that if there are hosts on ...


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You need a firefox extension called blocksite. Here is the detailed instructions about the usage of blocksite extension. Let me know if you have any further questions.



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