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How to find out which process is using Windows 11’s TCP and UDP listening ports

How to find out which process is using Windows 11’s TCP and UDP listening ports

TCP and UDP ports are unrelated. The TCP stack interprets TCP ports, while the UDP stack interprets UDP ports. Ports allow multiple devices to connect to a node by multiplexing the connection. As a result, higher-level protocols may technically use the same or different TCP and UDP port numbers. One computer, on the other hand, can communicate with two different services at the same time using the same TCP and UDP port numbers. Web servers, for example, bind to TCP port 80. To make it easier to remember, applications use the same port number for TCP and UDP. Although two applications connected to the same port number can perform the same function, TCP and UDP ports are not the same. They are independent of each other. TCP/UDP Port Grouping Ports 0 - 1023: This TCP/UDP port number is the most common and well-known port number. These ports are assigned to specific server services by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). For example, port 80 is used by a web server. Ports 1024 - 49151: These are ports that organizations, such as application developers, can register for use on certain services. Ports 49152 to 65535: The port number that can be used by client programs, such as web browsers. When you visit a website, your web browser will assign that session's port number from within this range. As an application developer, you are free to use any of these ports. Checking Applications Using TCP/UDP Ports in Windows 11 Windows 11 has provided a built-in utility to...

Creating VLANs on Dell Networking X1000 Series

Creating VLANs on Dell Networking X1000 Series

The Dell Networking X1000-Series is a family of intelligently managed 1GbE and 10GbE Ethernet switches designed for small and medium-sized businesses who desire enterprise-class network control that blends with consumer-like convenience. X1000 Series Switches have a variety of port counts, PoE options, and deployment options. Setup and management are greatly simplified with an intuitive GUI and hardware design. Creating VLANs on Dell Networking Default Dell Networking X1000 Series IP: 192.168.2.1 Username: admin Password: admin Login to url: http://192.168.2.1 KemuThen click the “ Configure > VLAN ” button Then select “ Configure VLAN ” in the window that appears. Then click the "Next" button to go to the next step. The next step is to add a VLAN by clicking the “ +Add ” button. Then on "VLAN ID" provide the number that will be the identity of the VLAN and on "VLAN Name" give the name of the VLAN to make it easier for you to recognize it. Click “OK” to add the VLAN. Then click the “Next” and “Apply” buttons to save the VLAN you have created. Assign Port to VLAN Click the “ Configure > VLAN ” buttonThen select “Configure and Assign Ports to VLAN” and click the “Next” button Next, select the port for which you want to set the VLAN by clicking on the port image. Then select "Port VLAN mode" to "Access" and select the VLAN Id you assigned. Click the “Next” button to continue. Then click the “Next” and “Apply” buttons to apply Saving to configuration to Startup All the...