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By northwood ·
How do you get a list of ports being used on your 2000 computer

Is the a command utility I can implement
to see a list of ports being listened to?

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by CG IT In reply to how to see Ports

at the command prompt type netstat -a gives a list of all connections and listening ports . for a list of switches and their function type netstat /?

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by food537 In reply to how to see Ports

some software such as networklistener can be used to detect the ports.

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by RyanNSIT In reply to how to see Ports

There is a utility called fport. This puts it in a very neat, legible perspective.

http://www.ibiblio.org/security/articles/fport.html

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