closed port

closed port

A type of traffic in a TCP/IP network (identified by port number) that is blocked from either coming into or going out of the network. For details, see opening a port.
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A spokesman for the Royal Oman Police said: "There is no change in the Omani ports procedures, but upon completion of the procedures at the Omani port, the passenger will be required to return to Oman when they arrive at the closed port in UAE.
The Quantum Series Wye Line Diverter claims to provide positive shutoff of air and material, improving process efficiency and minimising cross contamination or material build-up beyond the closed port.
The recently closed port of Cardenas--once one of Cuba's key sugar ports--has sunk into oblivion with the dismantling of the sugar industry that during the late 19th and throughout most of the 20th century formed the backbone of the local economy.
We tried twice in the next 24 hours to reach the safer haven of Richard's Bay farther up the coast, but the closed port ordered us to clear the area.
We tried twice in the next 24 hours to reach the safer haven of Richards Bay further up the coast, but the closed port ordered us to clear the area.
He also visited the formally closed port city's newest trading center ''Ignat,'' which was completed this year, it said.
In 1999, as a result of Base Realignment and Closure Commission decisions a few years earlier, the command closed port facilities at the Oakland Army Base, in California, and the Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne, in New Jersey.
The government declared Famagusta a closed port after 1974 and so sees the ferry link as an illegal route.
In his letter, which circulated on Friday as an official UN document, Kornelios Korneliou encloses two separate annexes recording the infringement of international air traffic regulations and violations of the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by Turkey and the illegal use of closed ports by Turkish warships during the month of December 2017.
The Houthi militias had closed ports and offices of international organizations working in Yemen and seized 65 ships, 124 relief convoys, and 628 aid shipments.
Save the Children said there is no alternative to the closed ports for bringing in food and medical aid and warned that half of the 400,000 children suffering from malnutrition will go untreated if NGOs do not receive direct access to the country.
For the US, that could mean a lot more episodes like the one in August 2012, when Hurricane Isaac closed ports and suspended barge traffic on parts of the Mississippi River.