Port Activity

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Using the command NETSTAT option 3. I can not see port 443 nor 80 to check activity. Is it only seen once active? How will I be able activate if necessary? Thanks

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If a port is not
active because nothing is listening on that port, the way to activate it
is to make some program listen on the port.  In this case, most likely a
web server.

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  • TomLiotta
    I can not see port 443 nor 80 to check activity.   NETSTAT *CNN lists connection activity by listing ports that have processes listening on them. If nothing is listening, the port isn't listed. If nothing is listening, there is no activity to check.   Tom
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  • carlosdl
    If a port is not active because nothing is listening on that port, the way to activate it is to make some program listen on the port. In this case, most likely a web server.
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