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# 1  
Old 01-21-2008
Telnetd Port Options

Ok, here i am in 2008 trying to figure out how to edit the port of Telnetd in sco openserver 4.2.

I googled my butt off and cant seem to find any info. Does anyone have some specific howto's or good documentation on this?
# 2  
Old 01-21-2008
I do not have access to man pages for old openserver versions. The the a recent telnetd man page says:
Quote:
Telnetd is normally invoked by the internet server (see inetd(8)) for requests to connect to the TELNET port as indicated by the /etc/services file (see services(5)).
This is a fairly standard way of doing things. This means that inetd selects the port, does the listen, and accepts the connection before telnetd ever runs. So you need to edit inetd.conf
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Old 01-22-2008
Edit /etc/services.
Look for telnet and change the port number from 23 to whatever.

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