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Getting the working protocol for Remote Administrator Software

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Hi, anyone here manage to or able to help me get the working protocol for the software called Remote Adminstrator? I would like to develop another software based on Remote Administrator protocol. Thanks. Tried sniffing didnt managed to work for loopback connections.
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by:anupnellip
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IT is called RDP ( Remote desttop Protocol )
check this to get more info on RDP
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/howitworks/terminal/rdpfandp.asp
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by:rhandels
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Port is 3389...
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by:HynesCo
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If you are implementing rdp behind a firewall make sure to forward port 3389 to the correct Ip address for
the computer/server you are trying to connect into.
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by:dr0zaxx
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Erm, I am talking about getting the protocol for the software called "Remote Administrator". FOr example, client sends "USER ADMIN", server requests "PASS?", client sends "PASS ABC123" and stuff like that. The protcol i mean not RDP.
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by:HynesCo
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Protocol TCP 3389

or application layer protocol

It is based on the ITU (International Telecommunication Union) T.120 standard for multichannel conferencing. The RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) protocol uses the port 3389 by default.

hope this helps
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by:HynesCo
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Are you trying to get the code that the remote dsktopt client is built on?
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by:dr0zaxx
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Not the code, just the protocol. If you know RFC, it will be easier to understand
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by:HynesCo
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RFC as in Request for comment?
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[RFC 908] Reliable Data Protocol.

[RFC 1151] Version 2 of the Reliable Data Protocol (RDP).

http://www.networksorcery.com/enp/protocol/rdp.htm

hope this helps
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by:dr0zaxx
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HynesCo, thanks for your help. Just what i needed. Thanks ^^
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