On Thu, 2002-02-07 at 10:34, Declan Grady wrote:
> I have an old 486 machine I am using as a mailserver.
> I did a fairly restrictive set of ipchains rules around it, allowing only
> dns and smtp outside, and only smtp and pop3 on the lan.
>> I'm loggin everything else, just out of interest, and I noticed ports 1 and
> 3 being rejected.
> I looked in /etc/services for an explanation, but connot find anything !
>> What are port numbers 3 and 1 ?
Well port 1 is tcpmux and apparently port 3 is sometimes used
by Midnight Commander.
As usual, a quick Google pops up relevant information.
Try: tcp "port 3"
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