Re: Port 111 TCP - SUNRPC

From: Lambott@aol.com
Date: 02/07/03

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    It's called the Portmapper service - run "setup" from the Linux command prompt, which should give you the option to configure services, there you can disable Portmapper and save settings.

    Regards,

    T.Lambo

    In an email dated Fri, 7 Feb 2003 1:40:07 pm GMT, Rod Green <netw0rk_engineer@yahoo.com> writes:

    >Hello. I'm using nmap to scan a Linux machine I have.
    >It's a slackware 8.1 box. When I do a normal scan I
    >see port 111/tcp listed as being open which nmap sees
    >as possibly being the sunrpc service. I have looked in
    >inetd.conf and don't see anything related to that. How
    >can I find out what service is listening on port 111
    >and disable it?
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Rod
    >
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