Active Ports from <a href=”http://www.devicelock.com/freeware.html”>DeviceLock</a> will help with this.
Another option is <a href=”http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897437.aspx”>tcpview</a> from Sysinternals (Microsoft).
Also, if you know the name or ip of the device you are connecting to you can use <b>netstat </b>and look in the foreign address field for the host you are connecting to with the application.
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The issue with netstat is that it does not show what application is using a particular port. tcpview is a good tool for this purpose in that it shows the service or program and what port(s) it uses.
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Thanks, I was able to determine that the port utilized by Visual Composer is the same port utililized by the Java Application Server. I prefer tcpview over Active Ports.
Thanks again for the help.