[Centos] Open/Closed Ports

Tue Jan 11 13:28:24 UTC 2005
Jacob Robert Wilkins <jrw at nplus1.net>

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The stock RH apache2 is always a better way to go, security updates and
all. But, if one must do a custom build, using a SRPM to do it is best.

Having said that, run a lsof -i and make sure your src build is actually
binding to port 80. Could its default be to listen of an off port, such
as 8080?


Wayne Bastow wrote:
| Hi,
| Just installed CentOS 3.3. I said to allow only http and ssh when I
| did the install. I can ssh to the machine and until I compiled apache
| 2 and installed it seperately I could connect to the default web
| server. I am running oracle on the box and have found that I can't
| connect remotely to oracle from another linux box (sql*net works fine
| on the CentOS box itself). I think it is because the port (oracle is
| on 1521) is blocked. Can anyone give me an idea of where to start?
| I've looked at hosts.deny/allow  and they both contain no entries and
| I can't find anything in /etc that seems to be involved in the
| problem.
| Thanks,
| Wayne
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