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Scanning ports

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I am a student at a local college in my area and I often use the school's wireless network to go online with my laptop. Problem is, they have so many ports blocked off that it causes alot of conflictions with the programs I have and with the things that I actually use for school. I was wondering if anyone knew of a port scanner that would check every port on my computer to see which ones my school's wireless network will allow me to send and receive information on?

Any help would be grateful and very much appreciated.

Thank you for your time.
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You will need to contact your school. We will not help you get around administrative restrictions.

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