Question about Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional for PC
Do you mean allowing traffic to certain ports through a firewall?
Windows 2000 has no built-in firewall like Vista and XP do, so the answer would depend on the firewall you are using.
This program will show you which ports on your system are currently in "open" (meaning "in use by a system process and listening or transmitting data":
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