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How to see log of apps taking specific port over period of time on Windows?

How can I see for specific time period, which app had bound some specific port in Windows? I am auto-starting my app with windows and I am bounding port 1200 as UDP packet receiver, but sometimes my ...
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1answer
267 views

UDP port appears to be in use but is not shown in netstat or TCPView

I've encountered some strange behavior I don't understand. I'm installing software on a Windows 2003 Server. This software needs to bind to a specific UDP port an all TCP addresses in order to listen ...
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1answer
578 views

Does Windows XP automatically reassemble UDP fragments?

I've got a Windows application that receives and processes XML messages transmitted via UDP. The application collects the data using Windows "raw" sockets, so the entire layer 3 packet is visible. ...
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1answer
247 views

How to sniff udp between two windows applications on the same machine

How do I monitor the duplex udp traffic between two apps on my windows machine.
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2answers
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NetBIOS over TCP/IP with no UDP

Is there a way to run NetBIOS entirely on TCP? I have an environment where UDP is not allowed. I need a way for the machines to talk to each other by name. I thought there might be a way to say that ...
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2answers
550 views

Network UDP logger with replay

I need network logger utility with ability to replay the data it collected, for example, I will record incoming data on UDP port 1234 for 10 minutes, record it to file, then replay that data (with ...
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3answers
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Wireshark won't pick up packets sent from localhost to localhost via network [duplicate]

I'm running on Windows and trying to get Wireshark to pick up my network traffic. It picks up all outbound and inbound traffic fine, except for a client/server I'm running on my local system. As it ...
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UDP in DOS and Windows

I have two computers, one with Windows and another with FreeDOS. I want to generate UDP packets on the Windows PC and receive and view the contents of the package on a computer with FreeDOS.
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Why are some UDP packets getting blocked?

In our organization, we have two test machines running Windows XP. While attempting to test a roll-my-own UDP message server, I found that both could receive small messages (under 2k) just fine. ...