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Nmap and port 135

fidgetingferdie
Grafter
Posts: 91
Registered: 07-10-2007

Nmap and port 135

As far as I have been able to understand from previous postings and experimentation, it seems that +net stops outbound connections to port 135.

This is commendable as it cuts down on network traffic, but it is a bit of a problem when you actually need to scan for this and many other ports.

Is there a way to legitimally bypass the block, maybe providing reasons why this needs to be done could be useful to evaluate the bounty of the request.

Thanks for your adbice.
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mssystems
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Posts: 269
Thanks: 33
Fixes: 1
Registered: 10-08-2007

Re: Nmap and port 135

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Is there a way to legitimally bypass the block, maybe providing reasons why this needs to be done could be useful to evaluate the bounty of the request.


I normally make a modem connection to a free isp to test Netbios ports.
Grc.com can be useful, just be a ware that their problem reports are a bit sesnsationalist

Regards
Matt
http://www.mssystems.co.uk