Re: How do I open up specific ports?

From: Jeff Cochran (
Date: 05/12/04

Date: Wed, 12 May 2004 21:13:27 GMT

On Wed, 12 May 2004 12:52:33 -0700, "Komodo" <>

>How do I tell Windows 2000 Professional to allow incoming
>connections to a specific port (4747)? I've been able to
>find directions for Windows XP, but they don't seem to
>apply to 2k Pro. Thanks in advance.

Windows 2000 doesn't have a built-in firewall, and ports are normally
open unless you closed them. If you need incoming connections and
don't have them, check the firewall you installed.


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