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Monitor all ports on Advance Server

If I want to write my own connection monitor

How do I see Connections and some of the traffic
that is coming by.

IN windows 2008r2 and 2012.

I assume I can connect to something and see the traffic or
at least the traffic headers.

I don't need to be as detailed as Wire Shark.
but if I can do the same type of functions,
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yahoolane
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Patrick BogersDatacenter platform engineer LindowsCommented:
Hi

Actually wireshark is the monitor to use. If it it to complicated spend some time to learn it because so get great info from the tool using the filters available.

First thing i would do is determine which ports are opened up. Look in the firewall or run a tool like ZenMap against the server in comprehensive mode.
If you rather go for hardcore puzzling you could start the firewall logging and capture all accepted requests.
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yahoolaneAuthor Commented:
Is there a API call to connect and see all the connections ?
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Patrick BogersDatacenter platform engineer LindowsCommented:
Maybe a tool like CurrPort is something you would like to try.
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yahoolaneAuthor Commented:
There is a DLL Call to check all ports and Traffic.

Look up IPHelp  API
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yahoolaneAuthor Commented:
Full details would be nice.
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