|Subject:||Re: Port 515 Print Spooler issue|
|Posted by:||Duane Arnold (not…@notme.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 21 Dec 2003|
You can put a dummy IP into the DMZ of the router and port forward port 515
to the dummy IP. That will show that port is closed/stealthed when the test
"exjd" <ex…@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> Recent shields-up scan showed my port 515 (print spooler) open -- all else
> is stealth. Not sure why it should be open on the WAN side -- I don't use
> router's print server, just the printer on one computer and have it as a
> shared resoure on the LAN.
> How can I close port 515 on the WAN side?
Port 515 Print Spooler issue posted by exjd on Sun, 21 Dec 2003