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Freeware that simulate UDP listener for Win2012

Posted on 2013-10-30
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The preview licence key at the site below doesn't register,
it gave registration failed:
http://www.paessler.com/serversimulator

Any other freeware server that could simulate listening
on any Tcp/Udp ports that I can specify.  Ideally this
freeware is not 30-days trial copies as these often leave
behind something in the server for advertisement or
send emails asking to purchase.  Ideally something
like Linux's netcat but  I'll need it to run on Win2012
Datacentre edition

I need it to test firewall rules as I haven't install the
actual applications in the destination server yet.  I'll
then use MS portqry to test
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Question by:sunhux
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by:sunhux
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http://www.paessler.com/serversimulator
Sorry, the key works, just need to enter something
for the name but I can't seem to get this software
to simulate listening on a UDP port
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Ncat is a re-implementation of netcat, and has a Windows version available:
http://nmap.org/ncat/
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