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Re: [virt-tools-list] problem with network services in a rhel 5.5 vm

On 07/11/2010 08:38 PM, Kenneth Armstrong wrote:
> I'm not sure what I'm missing here.
> I have 2 RHEL 5.5 vm's installed on my Fedora 13 host, using NAT
> (since I don't have bridging set up).  I can ssh into my vm's, but
> when I open other ports on the guest's firewall (such as FTP, DNS,
> etc.) I can't access those ports on the VM.  I ran nmap against my
> guests, and they show that the ports are there, but closed (as in
> below):
> 21/tcp  closed ftp
> 22/tcp  open   ssh
> 53/tcp  closed domain
> 631/tcp closed ipp
> MAC Address: 52:54:00:5A:B3:E4 (QEMU Virtual NIC)
> Is there something else I'm supposed to be doing to make this work
> with my guests?

According the the 'nmap' man page, 'closed' ports mean the port is open
but there is no listening service. So sounds like you just need to start
the daemons inside the VM.

- Cole

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