I am trying to figure out why the port 139 is open on my Windows 10 machine: netstat -anb TCP 10.2.215.87:139 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING Can not obtain ownership information I’ve read that 139 was used earlier for SMB protocol on Windows 2000, but now it is on 445 port. I’ve tried to turn off file sharing ..
I am trying to run an application on port 8080 but I received a message that says "Web server failed to start. Port 8080 was already in use." I tried to access localhost:8080 on my browser and it says "unable to connect". I searched on how to handle this problem and it was to kill ..
In firewall, I added port 443 as inbound rule as TCP, for all domains, with the green checkmark appearing after. I run ‘netstat -an | more’ and don’t find the port listed. Is there any reason why it wouldn’t show up? I just want port 443 to be listened to on my local. Source: Windows ..
In Windows 10, in firewall, I go inbound rules -> new rule -> port -> TCP and enter ‘443’ -> allow the connection -> have public, private, domain all selected, give it a name and finish. When I run nestat in command prompt as an admin, I can’t see the port open. How can I ..
I’m trying to start a docker project and get this error: Bind for 0.0.0.0:6543 failed: port is already allocated A netstat -ano | findstr :6543 search returns nothing as does a docker container ls. How do I free up that port? Source: Windows..
When trying to run Zookeeper locally on Windows, I currently receive the error message java.net.BindException: Address already in use: bind suggesting that my port 2181 is not available. However, a quick netstat analysis netstat -ano | findstr :2181 in cmd does not yield any process on that port, see screenshot attached. Any help on what ..
In computer A netstat -ano show connection on port 5695 but in computer(188.8.131.52) no connect , Why ? Source: Windows Que..
We have a JBoss EAP 7.0 running on Windows server. Once in a while, we are experiencing the port exhaustion issue. When we took the netstat logs and analysed it, we could see a lot of connections from Java.exe process like below. [java.exe] TCP 127.0.0.1:6440 127.0.0.1:6442 ESTABLISHED [java.exe] TCP 127.0.0.1:6441 127.0.0.1:6440 ESTABLISHED [java.exe] TCP 127.0.0.1:6442 ..
unforuneatelly I am not able to start any process on port 2022 on my computer. I’m using Windows 10 Enterprise 1803. I tried to start an IIS site on that port and got an "HRESULT: 0x80070020" error. The same happens when I start an angular "ng serve" on that port. I tried to find out ..