Problem #1: your rules are incorrect, and the init-script even tells you that if you care to read the output.
Problem #2: whatever service you're running on port 10080, it's only listening to the loopback addresses 127.0.0.1 and ::1, and thus can't ever be reached from any other machine, no matter what you change in your firewall rules.
You need to check the service that's opening port 10080. It should listen on your outgoing IP (IP address of the interface that's connected to other machines) which is not happening according to the netstat result. That's because iptables is not loading correctly.
The iptable rules that you have mentioned have syntax error. It should be
First flush the rules:
Then, correct the syntax and reload iptables.
If you have nmap installed, you can run a check on the opened ports both from the local machine and from the client machine to see if the port has opened up successfully or not.
You can get the same result by running the following commands on the server:
Let us know if this helps.
I tried just open a port but I failed ;-(
# telnet localhost 9876
That should work so I did ...
# vi /etc/services
myport 9876/tcp # my port
# svcadm restart inetd
-> New pid, see ps - ef | grep inet
# netstat -an | grep 9876
No port 9876 is waiting ;(
#... (4 Replies)
i want to kill a tcp connection by killing its pid
with netstat -an i got the tcp ip connection on port 5914
but when i type ps -a or ps-e there is not such process running on port 5914
is it possible that because i do not log on with proper user account i can not see that process running? (30 Replies)
What iptables command do I need to run in order to open up the following port for incomming traffic on the following server:
# telnet 127.0.0.1 1521
telnet: connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection... (3 Replies)
I would like to open a specific port for use with a bespoke application.
Before everyone points me to other threads - I read a few but couldn't find any specific to my problem.
Iptables / firewall is disabled
SELinux is also disabled
I would just like to assign this port to this... (0 Replies)
My release is open Solaris b103
1- How to know the opening port in my system
2- How to open a specific port like port number 53
3- How to closed the specific port like port number 53
Your feedback highly appreciated (10 Replies)
Hi. I ran nmap on my server, and I get the following:
Starting Nmap 4.76 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2009-03-19 16:33 EDT
Interesting ports on -------- (-----):
Not shown: 997 closed ports
PORT STATE SERVICE
22/tcp open ssh
80/tcp open http
6881/tcp open bittorrent-tracker
The... (0 Replies)
i am trying to open a port in AIX.
but i am not able to get the command for this. AIX is not having the iptables file present.
So please any body can tell me how to open a port in AIX...
sanju (2 Replies)
My OS is solaris 8 with core system installation only. so far everything works fine. by i do some testing from my xp pc as client to nmap and scan opening port to my solaris. the result as below:
Initiating SYN Stealth Scan against 10.10.10.10 at 16:25
Discovered open port 21/tcp on... (3 Replies)