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Re: Port 111 TCP - SUNRPC
From: Lambott () aol com
Date: Fri, 07 Feb 2003 14:34:58 -0500

It's called the Portmapper service - run "setup" from the Linux command prompt, which should give you the option to 
configure services, there you can disable Portmapper and save settings.



In an email dated Fri, 7 Feb 2003 1:40:07 pm GMT, Rod Green <netw0rk_engineer () yahoo com> writes:

Hello. I'm using nmap to scan a Linux machine I have. 
It's a slackware 8.1 box. When I do a normal scan I
see port 111/tcp listed as being open which nmap sees
as possibly being the sunrpc service. I have looked in
inetd.conf and don't see anything related to that. How
can I find out what service is listening on port 111
and disable it?


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