TCP Listening Port

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How do I get my TCP listening port in an enterprise network using Windows Server 2003

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<b>netstat -a</b> will show all listening ports. To see what process is using the port, use <b>netstat -ao</b>

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  • PCJunkie
    Can you be more specific? Not quite sure what you are asking here.
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  • Zhetmasta
    well am trying to download torrent with Vuze and I need to configure the TCP listening port
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  • PCJunkie
    If you aren't the administrator of this 2003 Server Network, I would ask the admin about this. Most likely ports for bit torrents are blocked for security purposes.
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  • Zhetmasta
    I agree. Using Vuze or any torrent client on a server is a bad idea. You should use it on a standard client machine and have it protected with AV and firewall.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    You can try Foundstone's fport to map TCP ports to apps as well.
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