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Old 10-28-2003, 06:40 AM   #1
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Why are tcp services falling over regularly?


I've had a quick look around for solutions to this, but no luck.

Running RH7, kernel 2.2.16-22. For various reasons we are running telnet on this box, every so often it refuses connections. No obvious reason eg I can telnet to it, do some stuff, then logout. 30 mins later, I get connection refused on *all* ports, eg 25, 110, 23 etc. This is all on local network, not connected to net, no ipchains running.

Any ideas ??

All the xinetd stuff /etc/hosts.allow is working OK. I've even tried checking that the eth0 module is not being unloaded.

PS I know ssh is better, but that does not solve my problem, especially on pop3 and smtp ports.




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