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Old 12-03-2008
open ports solaris 8

Hello,

I have a number of Solaris 8 Sun servers that have open ports that I cannot identify. I see some with 1013-1023 (which are reserved ports according to the IANA. Lsof does not identify these. I rebooted the server and they went off, but this morning I saw they were all back on again. Any suggestions or tools would be appreciated.

Thank you


*.1023 Idle
*.1022 Idle
*.1021 Idle
*.1020 Idle
*.1019 Idle
*.1018 Idle
*.1017 Idle
*.1016 Idle
*.1015 Idle
*.1014 Idle
*.1013 Idle
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Old 12-03-2008
cool little script i found that will map the pid to the port you specify
Solaris Wiki:Scripts/pid to port - IgnorantWiki

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