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WHMsonic ports


Hi all

I'm after some info if you could point me in the right direction

Howto reset ports previously used by shoutcast accounts but now
not available

i would like to keep ports between 8000 - 8020

thanks
john



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You want to open them or close them? It depends on which firewall you're using.

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csf v5.09

i did have a quick look in there butdidnt
see any reference to port that was used

i'm after reusing them as once used not available
says port not available yet account has been deleted
it used port 8001 but im unable to reuse it now
hope this helps


john


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csf v5.09

i did have a quick look in there butdidnt
see any reference to port that was used

i'm after reusing them as once used not available
says port not available yet account has been deleted
it used port 8001 but im unable to reuse it now
hope this helps


john
Not really... I'd check netstat to see what is using the port (if anything) or just remove the ports from csf.conf tcp_in and tcp_out and then issue a restart (/etc/csf/csf.pl -r) as well as a network restart (/sbin/service network restart).

Unless you're wanting to open the ports, in which case do the netstat as well and then add the ports to tcp_in and _out and the rest of the directions are the same.

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Thanks for quick reply
will sort it now thanks

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