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    opening a port

    I have an outgoing telnet connection to a server

    The server accepts connections on several ports

    I used to connect on port 5000, but now forced to use port 5025

    How do i open port 5000?

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    You can open the port in iptables.

    Could you please explain the exact requirement here.
    Last edited by timelead129; 06-26-2009 at 07:08 PM.

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    If you are using a firewall that controls iptables, like csf, you need to open it in the firewall directly. Are you using a firewall? (apf, csf, etc)
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    C'mon people. The port is used for keyloggers and trojans

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