Re: Adding new network service - how?
How does the server get fired off? inetd? Stand alone? hosts.allow is
used by tcpd, only if use tcpd explicitly to start the server.
Can you connect via telnet locally?
At 01:06 PM 6/26/2000 -0600, Art Sackett wrote:
Please forgive me if this is documented somewhere -- a pointer to the
documentation would be greatly appreciated!
I've got a custom (just wrote it) standalone TCP/IP server daemon that
on a high port and works fine servicing connections from localhost. However,
when I try to connect (via telnet) from any other machine on the network, I
get "connection refused". I tried editing /etc/hosts.allow so it contains the
single line ALL:ALL and then /etc/init.d/netbase restart, to no avail.
(Reverted back to what it used to be right after -- it's an
I know it has to be an easy, probably obvious, operation to get this port
opened up, I just cannot find it. Any help anyone can provide would be
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