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HELP!!!, HOW DO I STEALT PORT 113?

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I use SHIELD UP and SYGATE to test my port and they both show that the port
113 (the IDENT ) is closed. I want to have it stealted and I can't figure it
out how to do it. I have broadband connection using a Belkin router combine
with Sygate Firewall Pro software and windows xp Firewall. My router has NAT
and ICMP enable.
 
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There is an option in the setup for my Linksys router to stealth port 113.
Check your router options.

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"mainframe6000" <mainframe6000@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I use SHIELD UP and SYGATE to test my port and they both show that the port
> 113 (the IDENT ) is closed. I want to have it stealted and I can't figure
> it
> out how to do it. I have broadband connection using a Belkin router
> combine
> with Sygate Firewall Pro software and windows xp Firewall. My router has
> NAT
> and ICMP enable.
 

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* mainframe6000 <mainframe6000@discussions.microsoft.com>:
> I use SHIELD UP and SYGATE to test my port and they both show that the port
> 113 (the IDENT ) is closed. I want to have it stealted and I can't figure it
> out how to do it. I have broadband connection using a Belkin router combine
> with Sygate Firewall Pro software and windows xp Firewall. My router has NAT
> and ICMP enable.

Look on your router where to "stealth" it, most likely it comes with a
web config page. But don't worry about it too much having the port show
as closed is fine.

Jason
 

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