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For some reason, the gnc tests say that all my ports are stealthed. I cannot connect to anything such as a gnutella newtwork, or anything like that. I am not ...
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    All ports stealthed


    For some reason, the gnc tests say that all my ports are stealthed. I cannot connect to anything such as a gnutella newtwork, or anything like that. I am not running behind a router.. Can anyone help me with this?

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    What type of router? Are your ports showing as stealthed from inside the router or just from outside? If outside, it could be a router setting. If they are stealthed from the inside, too, it would be an issue with your firewall settings on the box.
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    I am not running behind a router.

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    firstly download the nmap frotend (google it).if you are using suse check the firewall settings in yast2.
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