We are running Groupwise 6.0. What is the default TCP port for the GWIA
under GroupWise tab, Identification, TCP/IP address, TCP port?
Thanks for any hints...
> We are running Groupwise 6.0. What is the default TCP port for the GWIA
> under GroupWise tab, Identification, TCP/IP address, TCP port?
> Thanks for any hints...
The default port is 1677. The TCP/IP address is the address of the machine
that is running GWIA.
So, it is the same as the POA default TCP port. Thanks, I will test it
> > We are running Groupwise 6.0. ...TCP port 3456 - Terror Trojan AND something called 'VAT default data'
23 February - one helluva lot of activity on TCP3456 - in 45 mins today has
become the highest scoring day in terms of hits per second on my system (and
I'm including that OSPF routing thing from a last November, which ran
steadily at 720 per hour). This time I had 42 sources and *each* hit me over
3456/TCP is Terror Trojan, isn't it? Also "VAT default data" - in the UK,
VAT is a sales tax - what's it in computing? I guess it's a legit service of
Now, using sites like
http://w...TCP port 53 traffic?
Hello I'm just seeing on my router logs TCP port 53 from one of the root
denied tcp 220.127.116.11(53) -> 202.x.x.x(2793), 10 packets
Seems to be anywhere between 10 and 2 packets each time, pretty frequently.
Just seems a little odd, we are running a DNS server that's NAT'd for
internal use so i suppose it could be that?.. but I'd thought all DNS
traffic was UDP?
Scott Paterson wrote:
> ...but I'd thought all DNS
> traffic was UDP?
domain 53/tcp Domain Name Server
domain 53/udp ...Opening tcp ports for RDC's on multiple PC's behind hardware firewall
This post is more of a confirmation that I understand things post ....
Environment in this scenario ....
o Hardware firewall homing a static public IP.against what is baiscally a
peer to peer network.
o Behind the firewall are XP workstations that are desired to be used as
Remote Desktop Clients.
o In this scenario, I have changed the listening port (search MS base for
change listening port) these clients listen on to 3388, 3387 3386 and so on
down the line.
o The clients then get a dhcp reservation set so as the local IP is always
o I then add p...When loading gmail must always "reload" once unless using the secure loading site. When using the secure loading site loading takes four times as long. So I don't use the secure loading site, I just
Name: Dwight Metcalfe
Summary: When loading gmail must always "reload" once unless using the secure loading site. When using the secure loading site loading takes four times as long. So I don't use the secure loading site, I just "reload" the other site once automatically just to save time. Hmmmmmmmm.
Only been doing that about a month.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv:18.104.22.168) Gecko/2008092417 Firefox/3.0.3
From URL: http://hendrix.mozilla.org/
Note to reade...What's up with TCP port 2234?
Looking at my firewall log yesterday it was almost competely full with
blocks of TCP port 2234, when I looked just now it was full, in fact it is
full with entries from only the last 13 minutes (approximately 350-400
A quick search on the Internet only mentioned some online games that uses
The link below to Sans' InternetStormCenter also shows a recent increase in
traffic to this port.
The number of reports also show it as the second on the trends page.
Anyone else out ...Emsa Port Blocker: TCP blocking utility and TCP Viewer for Windows?
This looks like a pretty cool program. It is a tcp viewer and port
blocker. However after downloading it and unzipping, when I try and run
the program I get a pop up that says something to the effect, "this is
the first time running this program please click on the link below to
It is a free program so why the activation code? Is there anything fishy
with this program? I scanned the zip file with AVG and it came up clean.
To be sure, I thought I would run it by the fine folks here to get your
opinions before get...simple tcp socket server:Is it possible, server wait for '!' sign, not '\n'?
Hi all, i need write script to get string like
from TCP client.
All is fine if client send ENTER after string, but this string have no CR/LF
Is it possible, server wait for '!' sign, not '\n'?
$PORT = 5001; # pick something not in use
$server = IO::Socket::INET->new( Proto => 'tcp',
LocalPort => $PORT,
Listen => SOMAXCONN,
So you'd think this would be a piece of cake.
I use an 8e6 web filtering appliance on my network (netware 6.5 OES).
and use their form of web based, JAVA, authentication for my MAC and Linux
Their version of web authentication is identical the the BM SSL method,
only the 8e6 method doesn't rely on a simple timeout. Instead, it launches
a little JAVA app that logs you in and then checks every minute to ensure
you're still logged in and that you are who you say you are. If you were
to close the JAVA app, you would be forced (THEN AND ONLY THEN) to
re-authen...tli/tcp vs. tcp
What's the basic difference between tli/tcp vs. plain tcp ?
From what I have read, tli is "outdated".
Jesus M. Salvo Jr. wrote:
> What's the basic difference between tli/tcp vs. plain tcp ?
> From what I have read, tli is "outdated".
I guess an additional question is:
What effect does the above setting ( whether ASE uses tli/tcp or tcp )
on ASE clients ... in particular: isql and JDBC JConnect ?
The disply below ( netstat -na) shows a "service" Listening on port 139.
How can uninstall it ?
TCP 0.0.0.0:1030 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING
TCP 22.214.171.124:139 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING
TCP 127.0.0.1:1029 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING
UDP 126.96.36.199:137 *:*
UDP 188.8.131.52:138 *:*
Thank a lot.
>The disply below ( netstat -na) shows a "service" Listening on port 139.
>How can uninstall it ?
That depends on several factors. What is your operating system? How do you
connect to the inter...Bad Protocol 'tcp'
I'm attemping to use LWP from my ISP that uses CPanel 5.0 and virtual
When I try to use any LWP functions they all fail with the error:
500 Can't connect to www.somewhere.com:80 (Bad protocol 'tcp')
I can use my simple test script from other hosted domains using CPanel 5.0
What does this mean? What is wrong with my ISPs server? He says he doesn't
have a clue.
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PERL compile version OS: linux
GID: (If not blank, you are on a machine that supports membership in
What port does Sybase 5.5 use by default. Is it 1433.
Close, it is 1498. Look in the documentation for ServerPort...
CHAPTER 5. SQL Anywhere Components
Network communications parameters
"Nathaniel Ggrayson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> What port does Sybase 5.5 use by default. Is it 1433.
...c2s VPN Traffic Rules using TCP ports over 1023
Is there any way to restrict TCP ports over the 1023 limit when
configuring Client to Site VPN Traffic Rules?
In article <Uzuad.5077$Bo1.email@example.com>, wrote:
> Is there any way to restrict TCP ports over the 1023 limit when
> configuring Client to Site VPN Traffic Rules?
Yes. But you are limited to 4 digits when configuring TCP protocol
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