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Is there a utility in w2k that will allow you to kill a connection on a specfic port.
When using my software firewall I notice some sites that stay conncected even if I close my browser. I would like to kill these connections on demand if possible.

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by McKayTech In reply to TCP Ports

To the best of my knowledge, there is not such a utility in W2K that will do so directly.

What you would need to do is figure out what application is using those ports and kill that application using Task Manager.

paul

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by bentgellerich In reply to TCP Ports

Just disable your network connection for a few seconds, then enable it again. Simple but effective.

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by William Jay In reply to TCP Ports

Choosing "work offline" before closing the browser cuts most of the open website ones also, (what is a keepalive signal useful for anyways?) ....

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