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Re: close/open ports



i don't think that is what i am looking for i want be able to say ports
1-9999 are all closed or does linux not do that cause i know that freebsd
can do it but i don't know how. is it something to do with the portmap or
do i have to install a socketv5 firewll orsomething to do this or is it not
posible

Rick Stevens wrote:

> Thorel wrote:
>
> >what do i do to close all the ports i want to keep close and what do i
> >do to tell the computer to keep what ports open?
> >
> In /etc/inetd.conf, comment out the lines controlling the daemons you
> don't want to run, then send a SIGHUP to inetd to tell it to re-read
> it's config file:
>
>     kill -HUP `pidof inetd` (note the backquotes)
>
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