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  • Querying Server ports?

    Hi, anyone knows how to check the ports (opened or not) of a running UT3 server?
    What program / cmd i can use from my windows xp??

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    Originally posted by Ludus View Post
    Hi, anyone knows how to check the ports (opened or not) of a running UT3 server?
    What program / cmd i can use from my windows xp??
    netstat -ban iz CMD prompt. Will display open TCP/UDP ports with owning process name.

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      http://aluigi.altervista.org/papers.htm#gslist

      run that from a CMD box in windows.

      then use something like this

      gslist.exe -n ut3pc -f "(country = 'AU')"

      you can of course remove the country filter, but i find it helps narrow it down a bit.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ludus View Post
        Hi, anyone knows how to check the ports (opened or not) of a running UT3 server?
        What program / cmd i can use from my windows xp??
        If you are asking how to find out which ports UT3.exe is binding to then you can use netstat ('netstat -a -b -n > ports.txt') or a third-party program like Processexlorer to see this.

        If you are asking how to find out if the ports are open or not then you can port scan the server, assuming you have access to the proper software:
        Code:
        dissolved ~ # nmap -sU -p6000-14000 66.230.xxx.xxx
        
        Starting Nmap 4.20 ( http://insecure.org ) at 2007-11-27 13:23 EST
        Interesting ports on 66.230.xxx.xxx:
        Not shown: 7998 closed ports
        PORT      STATE         SERVICE
        6500/udp  open|filtered unknown
        7777/udp  open          unknown
        13000/udp open|filtered unknown
        
        Nmap finished: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 3.497 seconds

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