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Old 05-18-2011, 11:38 AM   #1
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Filnet ports 32771, 32772, *

This may seem silly to some of you but, I ran nmap against several
of my Linux systems as well as the Solaris systems. On some of the
systems the Filenet tcp ports are listening. ie 32771, 32772, ...

Now the silly question, can I disable these ports and what would be
the negative consequences if any I did.

Old 05-18-2011, 11:44 AM   #2
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Wow - that's a blast from my past

"FileNet" is a "Content Management System". The ports in question are used by "Courier", for interprocess communication between FileNet components (either co-located on the same host, or distributed on the corporate LAN).

Do you happen to have FileNet installed on your Solaris box?

Otherwise, use "lsof" to determine which process happens to be listening on that port.

'Hope that helps!

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