On Sat, Dec 14, 2002 at 02:27:48PM +0100, Matthias Hentges wrote: > Hello all! > > I'm in the process of setting up a dedicated firewall for my home > network. It only runs four services: smtp, snmp, ssh and fwlogwatch. (...) > but snmpd still listens on port 199/tcp (smux) on my internet IP. (...) > > Ofcourse i have a packetfilter installed but i don't want *any* open > ports on this firewall. Maybe you should file a bug? (I can't find any related to this issue) This does not seem to me to be something that snmpd should do (specially if asked to do otherwise). Regards Javi PS: BTW what is smux for? On a (brief) search it seems to be a way to associate managers to MIBs that are later provided in the SNMP daemon to management statiosn...
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