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  1. #1
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    Open ports

    Is there any way of keeping tabs on what ports are open in Windows, or will I have to switch to *nix?
    (This question specially for Dome. By the way, thanx for your last reply, you were the only one
    (I hope I get a little "contagiated"
    Cojunudo

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    You can perform a port scan on yourself. Just, in the IP address of the scanner, type in "127.0.0.1" or "localhost" and it should work.

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    I think the best way is simply to use netstat.
    If you want a good "windows version" of netstat (with a simple interface and agood refresh time), you can use NeoMonitor. You can download a version at http://neworder.box.sk
    Life is boring. Play NetHack... --more--

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    after checking my old-link, I advise you to download it at http://www.nycsoftware.com/neomonitor/

    I hope it will help you.
    Life is boring. Play NetHack... --more--

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    The switch for it is netstat -a that tells you what open ports are on your machine
    Beware the quiet ones...

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    I use a program called LANguard Network Scanner (has anyone heard of this?) It has a lot of good stuff built in.
    http://www.gfisoftware.com/languard/lantools.htm

    SSJVegeta-Sei


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    Thanks a lot.
    I havenīt answered earlier because i was reading all that great information
    Re4ally, i've just recovered from my longest crash ever

    Now I know why they call it an XPerience
    Cojunudo

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