mickeymouse

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Dear netwrkr,

Yes it is possible to monitor bandwidth usage with cpanel on 3409. Run this to see what is listening there, if anything:

fuser -v -u -n tcp \"3409\" -n udp \"3409\"

If fuser doesn\'t report anything, either tcp or udp on 3409. Then it is good.

3409 is a high port that users can write applications to listen on. It would be bad if a foreign application was listening on 3409.Looks like port 3409 has nothing behind it to answer, and has nothing to be vulnerable to.

Regards,
 

michael80l

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So then how would i add a port to cpanel for it too monitor? I ran that command and it just says,

"27015"/tcp: invalid specificiation