This post will show you How to Check Port is Open on Remote Server.
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How to Check Port is Open on Remote Server
Use the command “telnet” as below to see the port 25 is open.
#telnet 192.168.2.1 25
We should get connected to the remote server as connection established. And also you can use the command “nmap” to ensure the port open or not on remote server as well.
We should see the port 25 in the output, then the port is open.
If both the command doesnt show the output as expected, then its been blocked by firewall or the service belongs to port 25 (SMTP) is not running.
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