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On this page you find all important commands for the CLI tool port. If the command you are looking for is missing please ask our AI.


The "port" command line tool is a powerful utility used for managing network ports on a computer system. It allows users to view, monitor, and control ports on both TCP/IP and UDP protocols. The tool provides various functionalities like checking the status of ports, closing or opening specific ports, and even scanning for open ports on remote systems. It offers a simple and intuitive syntax for executing commands, making it accessible to users with varying levels of technical proficiency. The port tool is commonly used by network administrators, developers, and security professionals to troubleshoot network issues, monitor network activity, and ensure network security. It provides detailed information about each port, including their status, process IDs associated with them, and complete network statistics. Additionally, it enables users to manipulate firewall rules, allowing them to restrict or allow network traffic on specific ports.

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