Re: ports seem to be blocked
netcat, the command is "nc" can connect to udp services. Thought "tcpdump
port 18140" will let you watch other systems send data to your proram. I
think monitoring with tcpdump will be more usefull too you.
--- Ian L <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have an application which is supposed to be listening on port 18140.
> However, when i try doing telnet localhost 18140 it says connection
> refused. I've tried running iptables clear, but that doesnt help.
> This machine is on an internal network so i really dont care about
> having a
> firewall running on the machine. Is there any other firewall that might
> installed with debian? Or any other reason why this port seems to be
> blocked? There are other ports which do work, such as port 22 for ssh.
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