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From: matthew zonderop (matthew.zonderopzilverfern.co.nz)
Date: Mon Jun 17 2002 - 05:30:39 CDT
Ok thanx for the conformation..I was just a bit worried. So if I run the tcpd
on the boxes that have the services then would they be filtered and should I
use xinetd on those boxes....
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> Hi Matthew !
> > for that command i get no such file or directory and the ports are
> > 80
> - --> This is WWW (webserver)
> > 25
> - --> This is SMTP (for sending and receiving emails)
> > 110
> - --> This is POP3 (for fetching emails with POP3 from your POP3-server)
> > 443
> - --> This is HTTPS (secure WWW connection)
> So I guess you have set the following variable of your firewall:
> FW_SERVICES_EXTERNAL_TCP="www smtp pop3 https"
> And it's ok that the ports are "unfiltered" because you want to have
> these connections through your firewall. If you don't want this,
> change the above setting and restart your firewall.
> By the way, the file firewall.rc.config should be in
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