Re: blocking ports
On 13 Jul 2000, at 10:23, Seth Vidal wrote:
> > Chain input (policy ACCEPT):
> > target prot opt source destination ports
> > DENY tcp ------ 0.0.0.0/0 myip * -> 111
> > DENY tcp ------ 0.0.0.0/0 myip * -> 515
> that is the correct rule.
> so if the remote host is: 172.16.120.1 it should block it. try this
> command - its the ipchains Checking system - you can check misc packets
> against it.
> ipchains -C input -s remoteip portnumber -d yourip 515 -p 6 -i eth0
> see what it tells you.
> and/or turn on your logging with -l and see whats REALLY going on :)
I flushed my rules and reinitialized them again..
now it's working ! :-)
> > # rpcinfo -p
> > program vers proto port
> > 100000 2 tcp 111 portmapper
> > 100000 2 udp 111 portmapper
> > 545580417 1 udp 1000 ugidd
> > 545580417 1 tcp 1002 ugidd
> I didn't really mean to HUP them b/c I'm not sure if the reregister after
> a hup.
> do you have anything in /etc/exports?
i restarted mountd en nfsd en now it's working!
thanx all for help!
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