Moderators Josh Levitsky Posted February 1 Moderators Share Posted February 1 It was found ( https://discord.com/channels/1018872427201175552/1070389183530664076 ) that the Port Tester for Windows may not run on some builds of Windows 10. In that discussion I mention the ports and what the tester does. This has been reported to development and a refresh of the Port Tester was planned for 14.10.0 anyway so we'll go through testing the new version on various Win 10 and Win 11. It did work on a current Win 11 system for me. The macOS Port Tester is already updated to line up with FW 14.9.2 ports and appears to work on multiple macOS releases including Ventura. So as not to send folks to have to look on Discord here are some key points: Port List that the tool checks on 14.9.2: • Server: 443, 20015, 20016, 20017, 20019, 20022, 20023, 20024, 20441, 20443, 20445, 20446 • Booster: 20013, 20014, 20018, 20025, 20026 • IVS: 67, 69, 80, 111, 4011, 2049, 20015, 20016, 20017, 20022, 20443, 20444, 20445 Windows 11 appears to run the tool. Windows 10 may have some releases that don't let it launch. You may get an error or a note about it not being supported on Win 10. Workaround: Running the macOS Port Tester if you have a Mac or... You can also cheat since we use TCP connections and if you install a telnet client on your machine and you telnet to each port if there is a connection made it's open. Not ideal but just mentioning that the port checking part of the tool basically does just that and then it also checks if the SSL cert on https://yourserver.com/ is valid. We'll get this worked out though. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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