How to find which service is using which port?


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Hi

Is there a way to find out which service is using which UDP port?

I am trying to install an application but the installation process keeps indicating the
UDP port is used by some other service and needs to disable it

I know the UDP port but cannot identify which service

Thanks
Sophia
 
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SaltPeter

Sophia said:
Hi,

Is there a way to find out which service is using which UDP port?

I am trying to install an application but the installation process keeps indicating the
UDP port is used by some other service and needs to disable it.

I know the UDP port but cannot identify which service.

Thanks,
Sophia
Would have helped if you had mentioned the application / service...

Whats wrong with netstat?

netstat -a for all connections
netstat -e for ethernet stats
netstat -r for routing table + connections

netstat -a > makeafileondisk.txt
 
M

Marc Reynolds [MSFT]

Try tcpview from www.sysinternals.com


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Marc Reynolds
Microsoft Technical Support

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personX

theres a tool from foundstone called fport.
you run it from CMD, and it gives u the netstat output and
the services that are mapped to it. with this ushould get
all you should need. alos ther are a number of freeware
gui apps that do the same thing.
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Hi,

Is there a way to find out which service is using which UDP port?

I am trying to install an application but the
installation process keeps indicating the
 
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HI
I have a similar problem, i installed an application in windows server 2008 which needs to be connected to a service through port 9000, when i try to use netstat all the ports shown as established or listening the 9000 is not listed and when i try to open it with telnet it cannot be opened? assistance please
 

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