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My friend is a game server admin. He is trying to get player stats from his game server, "Deaths, Kills, ect., ect..., but cannot because the ports he has tried does not query his game server.

All I am trying to do is help my friend discover which port will return his game's server player stats.

Protocol is UDP

example: 12.345.67.890:25000

Ip Address:port /enter

\status\ enter

Returned reply, YES, exit script, log return player stats

Returned reply, NO, continue with script

ip address stays the same. The port inc by 1

now its 12.345.67.890:25001/enter

\status\ enter

Script keeps running until there is a return. With printing info on terminal, to make sure script is still running.

Sir, I have no idea what "kiddie scripts or even PHP is about, You lost me at kiddie scripts!

If I failed to answer you, please let me know!

I have a dislike for hackers, they can ruin it for everyone!


In reply to Re^2: Querying program port by CougarXR7
in thread Querying program port by CougarXR7

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