I have a Windows server 2008 where I am trying to open port 8000 for TCP connection from outside. I follow those steps:
Server Manager -> Windows Firewall with Advanced Security -> Inbound Rules -> New Rule ->
Port -> TCP - Specific local ports: 8000 -> Allow the connection -> Public ->
Name: abc - Description(optional): abc123
I test the port throught the telnet from outside, but it does not work.
Some additional information:
1. Control Panel -> Windows Firewall -> Windows Firewall is on.
2. No antivirus/network application are installed.
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