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Port Scan on the MSM760 Wireless Controller

 
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cedric Naera
Occasional Contributor

Port Scan on the MSM760 Wireless Controller

I have setup a user with Guest access and then conducted a port scan using nessus 4 on the wireless controller.

Why would the following ports be open and how would I close them

postgresql (5432/tcp)
blackice-alerts (8082/tcp)
sunproxyadmin (8081/tcp)

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from Communications, Wireless (Legacy ITRC forum) to MSM Series. - Hp Forum Moderator

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cenk sasmaztin
Honored Contributor

Re: Port Scan on the MSM760 Wireless Controller

Discovery automatically takes place on both the LAN port and Internet port. VLANs are not
supported.
Network requirements
The network that interconnects the controllers and APs that make up a mobility domain must
not block any of the following ports/protocols:
UDP port 1194
UDP port 12141
UDP port 3000
UDP port 3001
UDP port 3518
TCP port 5432
Internet protocol number 47 (GRE)

your guest user when connect guest vsc
same network with msm access point and controller lan port (for html authentication on the controller)

there for you can see open a few port
cenk

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tmac7
Occasional Visitor

Re: Port Scan on the MSM760 Wireless Controller

Can anyone explian why these ports must stay open,  We know that they do but for a PCI audit there has to be a reason