>> i have put in some new ipchains rules this week and as a result I have
> lost my connection to sunsite in the UK, which was mounted on
>> What protocol/port do I need to leave open, so that the
> server will have a
> full connection to sunsite?
> A copy of the rules I'm using are at
>http://www.compsoc.com/~dburke/ipchains_rules if I haven't supplied
you might also want to block off port 6000 up to 6000+n, for X display :0 to
Also, NFS tends to use ports around 2049, which would be better blocked off
(but that's up to rpc.portmap). check rpcinfo -p for other open > 1023
Portmap is actually a huge pain in the ass for firewalling.. i wonder if
there's a commandline option to limit it to a range of ports?
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