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Snare client and 64-bit CentOS 5?

On Tue, 3 Jul 2007, Kristian Hermansen wrote:

> On 7/3/07, Scott Ehrlich <scott-3s7WtUTddSA at> wrote:
>> nmap -sT -sU -p 0-65535 localhost reveals port 6161/tcp and 6161/udp as
>> filtered.   Firewall is enabled with the exception of 6161 tcp and udp,
>> along with SELinux.
> 'Filtered' means that your stack is not sending a TCP RST packet,
> which would happen if your firewall is intercepting the packet.
> Disable the firewall to eliminate this as the source of your
> investigation.  Then seek other options.  Maybe you misconfigured it
> or there is another firewall also running?

As an important missed item of information, I did try to disable the 
firewall, rebooted, and still had the same results.


>> Is snare client still configurable via localhost:6161?  If so, why is it
>> filtered? The machine has been rebooted many times for other configuration
>> reasons, thus the firewall exception, I would think, would have opened the
>> port.
> Did you allow only external connections to connect to 6161?  That is
> something to check out as well.  See if the port is open from another
> source...
> -- 
> Kristian Hermansen

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