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Need a non-desctructive way for a port to seem busy

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I am conducting a tech training and have to simulate a port being unvailable for siteminder.
Is thre a way to make a port busy without loading software? Again would want something to grab a port to make it appear busy. Sorry on WIndows 2003 server but it does have mks toolkit installed so some unix command are available
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not to sure what you mean....do you mean a TCP/IP port such as HTTP port 80?

If so, when you mean busy, do you mean unavaible? You could block the port using the built in windows firewall?
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