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From: Crist J. Clark (cristjcearthlink.net)
Date: Wed Oct 10 2001 - 04:47:39 CDT
On Wed, Oct 10, 2001 at 09:22:54AM +1000, Jas Amidzic wrote:
> BIND 9.1.3 besides listening to TCP port 53 also appear to be listening on UDP
> ports 32774 and 32775. Quick nmap scan reviled this ports identifying them as
> 'sometimes-rpc12' and 'sometimes-rpc14'. However this ports apart to be
> associated with BIND, once BIND is stooped 'netstat' does not list those ports
> as being in the listening state. Pleas not that all RPC services on the box are
> I am not sure why this ports are being put in listening state by BIND. Any
> ideas ...?
It just made a query or two to some DNS servers and is waiting for a
response? Or does it keep these two open for long periods?
-- Crist J. Clark cjclarkalum.mit.edu cjclarkjhu.edu cjcfreebsd.org