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Re: What application runs on port 8094?

  • From: Aaron Glenn
  • Date: Wed Aug 17 21:38:16 2005
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On 8/17/05, Joe Shen <joe_hznm@yahoo.com.sg> wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> Using netflow based monitor tool, I noticed there is a
> lot of traffic on 8094/UDP and 4662/TCP( both exceed
> 1Gbps, and exist all the time)
> 
> 
> What application use that port? Is there any P2P
> application use UDP as transportation protocol?

eMule uses 4662. quick google search (which I hope you already did
before posting) turns up nothing interesting for 8094 (I'm thinkin
BitTorrent, personally)

aaron.glenn




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