[jhb_airlines] Re: Ports

  • From: Mr Winskill <gwinsk@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2006 13:48:39 BST

Now run Active ports on the two machines. Quite a few more on this than on the 
uncommunicative PC. No idea what it all signifies!
If I posted the list for each, would one of the gurus be able to deduce 

Gerry Winskill

Mr Winskill <gwinsk@xxxxxxx> wrote :

> Frank,
> Thanks for the lead. Couldn't get from that site but Yahoo turned another.
> Reply delayed by courier, delivering very heavy computer.
> I may be gone for some time!
> Gerry Winskill 
> FrankTurley@xxxxxxx
> wrote :
> &gt; In a message dated 30/09/2006 08:25:49 GMT Daylight Time, gwinsk@xxxxxxx
> &gt; writes:
> &gt; How do I 
> &gt;   check what ports are open and how do I go about opening them? Sorry if
> my 
> &gt;   ignorance is showing!
> &gt; 
> &gt; Gerry,
> &gt; &amp;nbsp;
> &gt; Answer to your space problem - start with a larger room!
> &gt; &amp;nbsp;
> &gt; Re the above, I think Alastair pointed us to a utilty called Active 
> Ports,
> &gt; the help shows www.ntutility.com as the 
> &gt; source.
> &gt; &amp;nbsp;
> &gt; To open ports, you should refer to your router's manual and software. 
> Mine
> &gt; came with a CD ROM, on there is a program called NAT Manager - I don't
> know what 
> &gt; NAT is short for! - which configures the router ports. It prompts for a
> port 
> &gt; number and the protocol, which for Pilot's Club I entered 16400 and UDP. 
> I
> guess 
> &gt; you will have something similar.
> &gt; &amp;nbsp;
> &gt; Frank T.
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