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#7200 - 10/23/03 07:34 AM Ports  
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I was on Yahoo & chatting with my friend & i used netstat -n and it showed me his IP in foreign Add column.But when i sent him a file through Yahoo,i again tried netstat -n & this time there was a new row apart from previous row & this showed his add aswell but i think it was one denoting the transfer of file between us.But what i couldnt understand was that in this row it showed my Port as 2493 & under foreign add. it showed my friends Port as 80(which i guess is for HTTP).So does it use any port it feels like for File Transfer.Plzz help.
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#7201 - 10/23/03 11:37 AM Re: Ports  
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It uses a range.. and you dont actually see your friends ip when just chatting because of the way yahoo and msn work
user-> server-> other user But for file transfer this is impracticle so its user -> user so the ip's should of been different
I belive you can define a range that you allow msn or yahoo to use for sending files.. makes it easier on router users


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#7202 - 10/24/03 01:15 AM Re: Ports  
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yeah Blacknight, i know it aswell & this is surprising to me aswell but this happened with me & im in no mood of joke.We both were chatting & i asked him for his IP & when i used netstat -n there was his IP in the foreign add column & during file transfer when i put netstat -n again there was another row added into it .Since it was new row i thought it indicates Transfer & thats why i asked my previous qn. regarding ports.
But most surprisingly when he at his end used netstat -n (before file transfer) he couldnt see my IP.Im amazed.
God!! i never new i was a legend.Im creating history.Ha Ha Ha.But plzz help.
Urs in Health,
Prady.

#7203 - 10/24/03 05:57 AM Re: Ports  
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You aint creating history and your not a legend :p
Go try it out on other people and most people dont give out there ips i probably would of played a joke on you :p but yeah try it with other contacts it seems very improbable... but then again..


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#7204 - 10/25/03 04:06 AM Re: Ports  
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Shutup Blacknight & read my mail again,i said i was chatting with my FRIEND & i dont think u would mind to let ur friend know ur IP, if hes just learning with basics.Secondly,i know its strange but then it happened.But still im giving u the

Proto** Local Address**** Foreign Address** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:1899** 216.136.233.153:20** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:2307** 68.83.47.46:2509**** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:2467** 69.132.122.164:1214* TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:3113** 220.226.19.198:5101* TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:3132** 67.83.201.38:1587*** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:3192** 68.224.30.208:2918** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:3254** 207.6.19.79:3333**** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:3442** 68.83.176.123:3752** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:3659** 207.6.19.79:3333****

Proto** Local Address**** Foreign Address** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:1464** 67.83.201.38:1587** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:1800** 67.83.201.38:1587*** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:1899** 216.136.233.153:20** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:1927** 219.11.56.56:3562*** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:2270** 68.48.119.239:1633** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:2467** 69.132.122.164:1214* TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:2493** 220.226.19.198:80*** TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:3113** 220.226.19.198:5101* TCP**xxx.xx.x.xx:3192** 68.224.30.208:2918**
I know it would be difficult to read but plzz adjust.well the key is Restore ur Browser window & then read ull see the Tables Properly.

Now check the first one(before File Transfer) & the 4th line & second table(during File Transfer) check the 7th & 8th line.Now the 7th line is for file tranfer(i think) & on this was based my first qn. that why it is using Port 80 for file transfer.

Anyways, forget it.Like u said i'd try it with others aswell to be sure.But do answer my first qn. regarding ports.Lastly, i needed to ask that why people on Dial Up conn. see their IP 127.0.0.1 when they use netstat -n, is it not the best way to get the IP or is it due to ISPs arrangements that they cant see their actual IPs.If im wrong somewhere,plzz check me.
Urs in Health,
Prady.

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