Re: Basic info on ports/services
You can try using lsof to find out what process has the port
open. BTW, there is no such thing as "port 1024" really. It's
either UDP port 1024 or TCP port 1024. These are different
things, so just saying "port 1024" is not providing enough
Hope this helps.
On Tue, May 30, 2000 at 09:57:35AM -0400, Randy Edwards wrote:
> > online port scanner at http://www.cotse.com/refs.htm
> Great, thanks a lot -- just what I needed.
> As an aside, anyone know what port 1024 is used for? I
> have that open and am not sure what opened it.
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