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Old 05-31-2003, 08:24 PM   #1
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Problem with ports


i am using red hat 8 to host mail and web page.

How do i enable port 110 and 25?

When i try to telnet servername port i get connection refused for both of these ports.

I have enabled ipop3 in the ipop3 file and restarted xinetd.

In iptables i have allowed for port 25 (smtp) and have opened up my router for ports 25 and 80.

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