Check if outgoing port 25 open on Android device

Posted on 2013-01-30
Last Modified: 2013-01-31
I need to check if my carrier is blocking my ports 25 and 26 from my mobile phone, its an android devie (samsung galaxy). I downloaded some cmd and some telnet apps but dont seem to be working fine :S

Its easy on windows, but i cant figure out on android

any clues?

thank you
Question by:celtician
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ID: 38839011
how about enabling tethering on the phone and using a PC ?

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ID: 38839410
That would make it harder I guess, I was wondering if there is any way of using a command line tio do it or any application
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Expert Comment

ID: 38839445
If you had a working shell and command line telnet client...

Have you tried the telnet client over WiFi?
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Author Comment

ID: 38840465
What app should i use? i tried a telnet client but is not working.

However a pretty nice one called fing seem to be fine? What should i use? this is so frustrating.
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Accepted Solution

ArneLovius earned 500 total points
ID: 38840562
Not a clue, I usually use a CLI telnet client when I need one.

Tethering is a simpler method of testing, after all, its not the Android phone you're testing, its the Internet connection provided by the carrier...

Author Comment

ID: 38842303
I have been able to use tethering and check the ports 25 and 26 on my server from my mobile carrier, they don't seem to be blocked, as i get my servers message telling me not to spam etc... just like from my dsl connection.

thank you!

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