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Jonathan Grymes
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netstat results

What does the result from this command mean:
#netstat -a | grep 49159
udp 0 0 *.49159 *.*

We had a security finding on this port which is used by the ttdbserver. I have the ttdbserver line in inetd.conf commented out. I just want to make sure the port is closed and no other processes are running on the port.

Thanks,
Jon
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Hakki Aydin Ucar
Honored Contributor
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Re: netstat results

This port seems idle now. not established nor listening any connection.
Patrick Wallek
Honored Contributor

Re: netstat results

>>I have the ttdbserver line in inetd.conf commented out.

Did you run an 'inetd -c' to tell inetd to reread its config file? If not, do that and run your 'netstat' command again to see if the port goes away.