Good news! I've found a simpler way (sort of) to accomplish
this. Just open a DOS prompt and type
It will show you every connection on your machine as well as where
you are connected to. Or you're welcome continue reading about the "ProbeMe"
program I wrote before I found out about netstat.
This is a Winsock
"port probe" program with a slight twist. Unlike most other port probes,
it doesn't check someone else's computer, and it doesn't try to connect
to a socket. It works by actually trying to open each port on your computer
as a server socket to see if it can be done. If the socket can't be opened,
that means some other program is using it. On my 133 Mhz machine, all 65535
ports can be scanned in about 7 minutes.
Lost? Look at the site map.
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