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I am having a minor problem with two ports on my network on the wan side.
Port 80 and port 25.

When I use http://canyouseeme.org  I get a response for both and I know they are working. But My ISP has had a router issue and I sometimes have those ports blocked.
They are not suppose to be blocked I am a business customer and only residential customers have those ports blocked.

I was looking to see if anyone has created a batch script to do this.

I would like to set this up to run on a schedule using task scheduler on one of my computers.

canyouseeme is a good site but I need to run this using batch if possible.

I need to check my static ip address and see if the ports remain open.

Any examples would be great. Thanks in advance
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8/22/2022 - Mon

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Nmap did the trick

Thanks for your help
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