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How to find open ports in cmd

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How to find open ports in cmd
  

I am given some ports from my service provider to check weather their status are shown open... I don't know how to check/find open ports in cmd??? Can anyone Help??? I am using Windows XP...!

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Re: How to find open ports in cmd

Follow the following steps to see the Open ports list :
  1. Go to Start Menu & open RUN.

  2. In RUN write "cmd" & press Enter.

  3. After Opening Command Prompt type "netstat -an" & press Enter

  4. & then it will show you all the listing of ports...!
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Re: How to find open ports in cmd

I think you need to netsh firewall add port opening type number name & enable the subnet...! See if this helps you...!

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I am given some ports from my service provider to check weather their status are shown open... I don't know how to check/find open ports in cmd??? Can anyone Help??? I am using Windows XP...!
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