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Re: What Port Is Being Used
From: H Carvey <keydet89 () yahoo com>
Date: 21 May 2003 17:00:54 -0000

In-Reply-To: <159296AA231FD84F915DD429BE071FFFE158FB () rcml002>

Mark,

What is the best way to find out what port you are using?

Oddly enough, your question isn't very clear.  Are you
on Linux or Windows?  For Linux, use lsof or fuser.  On
Windows, use fport (NT/2K) or netstat w/ the '-o'
switch (XP/.NET).  These methods will show you which
ports each application is using, if any.  On the
Windows systems, the tools won't show you what ports
*you* are using, necessarily.  

Hope that helps,

Harlan

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