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Old 11th February 2009
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Default namp show me a 1720 open port ??

Hello,

I install a OpenBSD 4.4 whit:

Apache (listen on ext_if)
Postfix (listen on ext_if) + clamav (listen localhost) + spamassassin (listen localhost)
bind (listen int_if)
pf configured to use the ftp-proxy for clients

But when i scan my ext_if with nmap i show the port 1720 open.

Nothing on inetd.conf !!

I know this port can be use for communicate vi the H323 protocole but i don't use it.

How can i know why this port is open and how can block it.

if you want more detail on my config tell me.

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