Re: What blocks access to my host?
That is true, my router ony allow port 22 (ssh) for remote access, but
I'm testing from the same subnet within the firewall. I did this
massive upgrade/update using aptitude (I guess, something went funny
during initial install). Still can't telnet to port 25, though I
noticed that iptables was installed, which I did remove.... S.O.S
On 10/30/05, Marc Wilson <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 30, 2005 at 08:10:25PM -0500, Mitch Wiedemann wrote:
> > Is there a telnet *daemon* running on the computer? telnet to localhost
> > and telnet from another computer on the subnet are two very different
> > things.
> And did you perhaps note from his example that he was using the telnet
> client to test the tcp connection to port 25? And no, "telnet to
> localhost" and "telnet from another computer" are *not* two very different
> Both require a listener. The *same* listener.
> Gods, it's like slashcrap. No one reads.
> Marc Wilson | What I need is a MATURE RELATIONSHIP with a FLOPPY
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