Have you looked at the firewall configuration? Did you set it to medium
or high? Disable it - it's the easiest, at least until everything's
try /sbin/iptables -L to find out what rules are there.
Peter Flynn wrote:
>> Virgin RH 7.2, all patched with up2date (so in theory kosher).
> I've enabled incoming telnet and ftp by editing the relevant
> files in /etc/xinetd.d and adding permitted hosts to hosts.allow.
> They both seem to work fine.
>> Problem is, sendmail, pop3, and lpd are inaccessible from the other
> machines. Pop3 is enabled in xinetd.d, and lpd.perms has the relevant
> ACCEPT SERVICE=R,P,Q,M for the hosts I'm trying from. AFAIK neither
> sendmail nor lpd require anything else.
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