[CentOS] NIS/YP revelation (I think)
scott at MIT.EDU
Wed Oct 24 13:59:31 UTC 2007
I did discover tcpdump produces an ICMP host <hostname> unreachable error
during ypbind, but does NOT do so when ypbind is not running.
I also was reminded the firewall on the server is running, but I had these
exact problems when the firewall was disabled.
Trying to track down the problem via google, and am open to any responses
people have here...
On Wed, 24 Oct 2007, James Pearson wrote:
> Scott Ehrlich wrote:
>> On Wed, 24 Oct 2007, James Pearson wrote:
>>> Do you have any firewall setup on the server and/or clients?
>> Disabled all around.
>>> What does 'rpcinfo -p' give on the server and clients?
>> Exactly what the referenced URL says should be running.
> It would still be handy to see what they are ...
>> Again, it works perfectly on a test setup. I may start to use tcpdump for
>> more details. /var/log/messages shows nothing. I can ssh back and forth
>> fine between client and server, so Ethernet connectivity works fine.
> What happens when you type (on a client):
> If that works:
> ypcat passwd (or another map)
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