On Tue, 2002-12-10 at 04:54, Shawn Lamson wrote: > http://www.cablemodemhelp.com/portscan.htm > worked - it said port 80 is closed, but how can i tell if there is something on my computer closed it or if the ISP closes it? Maybe a program that will tell me it has recieved requests or packets on that port, something that runs on my machine. I know there are programs like that , I just am not familiar with the name or usage, so would appreciate a tip on it. THank you for your response though - at least I know that i didnt "mess up" with apache, esp since I can access my page on port 8000! Try "nmap -v localhost" -- or preferably "nmap -v <yourmachine>" from another machine on your LAN, since some ports will be open to yourself but closed to the outside.
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