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Re: Remote Shell

  • From: Sudeep_Khuraijam
  • Date: Tue Sep 29 00:20:27 1998

Benicio,

The Firewall services can be configured to log in varying degrees of detail
, so you should be able to see
the ports and policies following which it is denied.   A sample of such a
syslog would look like::

Aug 19 09:55:13 3ComFirewall-Router #206 Sun Aug 19 08:56:28 1998 R.R.R.1
FireWall   "Rx !5 X.X.X.69(33004)->Y.Y.Y.11(DNS) UDP Deny SrcSpoof"

IPs::R-Firewall router  X-Source (port)  Y-Destination (port)

Sudeep


At 01:32 PM 9/28/98 -0500, you wrote:
>I need to give remote shell access to a user in a server (an HP-9000 k410
>running HP-UX 10.10) conected to mine through a 3Com router, I have done
>some investigation and what I have found is that I have to open port  514
>for tcp, for some reason this did not work, so I opened (temporarily of
>course) all the ports on the router....and it worked, but  I donīt want to
>leave it like that, Does anyone now what port(s)  I need to leave open to
>alow the remote shells?.
>
>Is there any configuration needed other than the equiv.hosts and (or) the
>.rhosts files ?
>
>Thanks in advance for your answers
>
>Benicio Sanchez
>Network Operations Engineer
>Alestra
>






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