Have just run
netstat -A on my SQL Server and seen an established connection from one of our workstations on
My google-fu is failing me and I can't find out what close-combat is... does anyone know?
The translation that is done there (from port numbers to service names) is done using a lookup in your services file
If you want, you can change the service name in the services file to what your server is actually hosting there.
Additionally, bear in mind that with source port randomization, the service name of the source port is completely irrelevant, because it is random. Normally the ports chosen are supposed to be above 32767, but I typically don't observe this to be the case.
If you find the translation to be obfuscating rather than informative, simply specify the
On windows this works exactly the same, except that the file is located at
It looks to be TCP and UDP port 1944:
Believe close combat was a game, way back when, people used to think their bit of software was important enough to have its own port, and for that port to appear in named lists :) As joequerty says, its not going to be "close combat" - especially (its not 100% clear) if it's the source port which is generally irrelevant.