SQL 2000 & Windows 2003 Firewall Setting Help?

Posted on 2004-11-08
Last Modified: 2010-04-19
Can someone help me with setting up these firewall settings right now when I try to add the specific port that I know that I am suppose to be connecting to then I can't seem to be able to connect to that specific port for some reason so if anybody has any ideas then it would be helpful.
Question by:iampedro
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    Do you know of a place where I can find a firewall log analyzer for windows that breaks it down and shows the port and as much detail a possible?
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    to see a list of all used ports try:
    establish a connection with disabled firewall.
    open a cmd prompt (start -> run -> cmd -> enter
    type "netstat -an".
    you should see a list of all open and listening ports of this machine.
    is this detail enough for you?

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