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More comments Back to top. All Blue Peter. Asked 1 year, 3 months ago. Active 1 year, 3 months ago. Viewed 4k times. I am having trouble understanding how ports work. Here is when the confusion started.

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Extra Info You can skip this if you want This is not the first time I am messing around with ports. Edit: I am using Windows But tried it with Windows 8. Yashas Yashas 15 1 1 silver badge 7 7 bronze badges. On your laptop, the port can be listening, but what address is it bound to? For example,you can have a port listening on In this case a client that can access your computer with the above IP address can connect to the port providing port 80 is open from a firewall perspective. Port 80 could be listening on just In this case only processes on the local computer can connect to it.

It could be listening on all interfaces, i. I would start by understanding locally what interface the port is listening on. If it's on an external interface on your computer, port forwarding from your router to it should work but then your IP on your laptop could change if you're getting an IP from your router by DHCP.

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Was it setup as static on your computer as I'm sure the port forwarding rule would have been to a static IP. HelpingHand TCP 0. So if I am getting this right, the applications listening on above ports are bound to all IP address and not just the localhost. So, I should be able to check online if my port is open and it shouldn't give an error right?

Yes, I have configured a static private IP address in my router settings. That tells me that port is listening on all interfaces and the PID of the process listening is , this is going to be the svchost.

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Port is listening the PID is No idea what that is, what is PID ? Just because, they are locally open, doesn't expose the ports to the internet which is a good thing.

You'd have to port forward the ports to your computer from the router. That makes sense. But I have a doubt.

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I found this simple static web server called fenix server. It makes your local development publicly accessible by assigning it a temporary domain name on localtunnel which essentially points to your IP address. How come this works if I am behind a CGN? Erm, execpt for it doesn't actually point to your address.

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You are creating a outbound connection, the ssh tunnel tunnel. Don't be confused by this, it's a service for people who don't know how to port-forward, or people in your situation that do not have a public IP. Popular Features.

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