> >On many of our Unix systems (AIX, DEC Unix),
> >netstat shows that somebody is listening on
> >port 1025 (tcp).
> >I found out that the program listening there
> >is inetd, but I was unable to find a line in
> >/etc/inetd.conf corresponding to that port.
> >* Which service or program corresponds to port 1025?
> >* Where is it configured, how is it turned on or off?
> Do your systems run the NFS moung daemon out of inetd? Some do,
> and through the normal portmapper mechanism, tend to get port 1025.
> You can prove or disprove this idea with `rpcinfo -p`, as in:
> % rpcinfo -p
> program vers proto port
> 100005 1 udp 1025 mountd
and mountd is not in inetd.conf.
I am aware of the "blackjack" entry in /etc/services
for port 1025, but I was unable to find any docu about
blackjack or any actual program corresponding to it.
Moreover, as I said above, the program listening is inetd
(according to lsof), and blackjack does not appear
Any more ideas???
I don't like open ports on our server
whose purpose is not known to me...
DI. Dr. Klaus Kusche
Oberoesterreichische Landesregierung / Government of Upper Austria
Rechenzentrum / Computing Centre
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