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[Port Q] Bought VPS + 5 Ip's. Can't get the port

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  1. zerocoolflo

    zerocoolflo Regular Member

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    Well, I'm in with another problem.

    I just acquired a VPS with 5 extra ip's and now I need the port of the ip's

    I asked the tech support and here;s what I get ( warning, idiotic sh*t next ):

    me: I asked for the ports
    tech support:Let me know the exact steps in which you are trying to configure the port in the server so that we can assist you better.
    me:Thanks for the responde, but I don't need assistance, I just need the specific ports of the ip adress

    Every ip connects to the internet through a certain port.let's say for example: ip: 2.2.2.2.1 uses port 550 to connect to the internet


    I need the specific port with which I can use the ip's to connect to the internet
    tech:We are not providing any port numbers. All the port that used are assigned for distinct services like IIS, FTP, DNS etc. The list of ports and its services can be mentioned in the below link.

    ~ Wiki link ~

    By default TCP/UDP ports are enabled in the VPS server and you can only filter from those ports.


    Are they idiots ? wtf -.-

    Does anyone know what should I say to them ?
     
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    bouquet Regular Member

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    I have a Linux bov and use ssh to connect but I'm probably guessing you have a windows vps, all I can think of is try RDP which is port 3389?
     
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  3. zerocoolflo

    zerocoolflo Regular Member

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    Yes, It's a windows vps
    Thanks for the suggestion but I tried it and didn't worked...

    Open to new suggestions :)
     
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    zerocoolflo Regular Member

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    They asked me :

    There is no port number needed to access the IP's - only the network information.

    Where exactly would you be imputing this port number as well?

    I don't know what to tell them LOL -.-"

    any nice explanation regarding installing apache or other website hosting program that requires port input ? anyone ?

    Heloz0r lol
     
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    bouquet Regular Member

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    sounds like you need to ask for root access, which is mainly a linux term but means the same thing in the windows word.

    you can not install software unless you are actually logged in to the console so to speak. you can how ever install word press etc once you have ftp'd the files to the server.

    did they give you a control panel?
     
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    zerocoolflo Regular Member

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    I want to use the ip's as proxy's let's say and I need the port ( I use firefox extension ), so I need to imput the ip and the port

    How should I ask them for the port because they are suspicious and I don't want to tell them that

    -.-
     
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    hmmm with knowing about the features of your vps it would be hard to say but you will need some kind of proxy server/software running to be able to do that and i'm guessing if your not telling the support about it they probably don't mention it in their sales copy.

    something like http://sourceforge.net/projects/acfreeproxy/ is what i mean but i have not used it so don't quote me on that one.

    maybe someone here with more experience with a windows vps might be able to suggest something?
     
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    zerocoolflo Regular Member

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    I saw other guys using the ip's by simply imputing it in the fields.

    I got 5 ip's

    Example:

    Ip: 2.2.2.2.2 Port:563

    and the rest.
    I don't think I need servers or something like that as I already have the ip.
    I just need the port and don't know how to ask for it

    Someone knows how to do that without raising suspicions or how to find it ?
     
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    a server will listen on a port for a particular service like port 80 which is web services (or www if you like)

    you can assign a port to any service per se but you need to make sure it doesn't clash. what you want to do is use a proxy service so you will need that service running on your vps in order for it to work as at the moment your vps will be listening on certain ports (80, 443, 21 etc) but each one of those ports are registered to a particular service (web, ssl, ftp).

    simply having an IP address is meaningless to a degree as it is just an address, just think if you had the address of a shop but wanted a dry cleaners just becasue you had a shop address doesn't make that a dry cleaners, thats would need to have been set up as a dry cleaners in order for you to get your clothes cleaned!

    hope that makes sense?
     
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    Why don't you just ping the ip until you find an open port?
    Or use a port scanner.
    Code:
    http://www.t1shopper.com/tools/port-scan/
    What I don't understand is how you are going to use just an ip and a port as a proxy.
    And why only 5 surely it would be cheaper to rent 5 private proxies.
     
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    Just ask them to give you the RDC login details?!
     
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    Nothing as now, I sent them an email to ask them again for the ports.

    I hope that they will give me teh darn ports now -.-

    If anyone knows another method or something to tell them ( basically lie ) ?
     
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    I must be missing something here.

    Computers typically use a range of ports for outgoing traffic regardless of the operating system. On a Windows machine you can see this by opening up a browser or other Internet program and typing the following at a command prompt:

    Code:
    netstat -a
    You'll see a connections on several ports. These are almost always the ports between 1024-65535.

    If you're trying to find the inbound port then you'll probably have to open some. On a Windows Server 2008 machine you can access the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security by typing WFAS.MMC in the Start Menu search box.
     
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    I disabled the windows firewall lol...

    Anyways, I need dem port and don't know how to get it...

    Frustrating...