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Posted on 2014-12-18
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If there a way I can check if a server on the same network as me is listening on a particular UDP port?

I don't have access to the server.  Both my pc and the server are windows.
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Question by:trojan81
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NMAP should be able to do a general testing.
Is it a particular service you are trying to test?
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You could also use portqry.
http://support.microsoft.com/KB/310099 describes it and offers it as a download.
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PortQryUI - User Interface for the PortQry Command Line Port Scanner

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