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Old 8th August 2005, 17:26
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Default The ISPConfig control panel was used

I used the ISPConfig control panel at Management->Server->Services to try and open port 137. After I tried to open the port I ran the nmap command. The nmap command shows that port 137 is still closed. This thread is asking if anyone knows why port 137 is still closed even though the ISPConfig control panel was used to open port 137.
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Old 8th August 2005, 19:58
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Did you start Samba? And as far as I know you should also open the ports 138 and 139 for Samba.
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Old 8th August 2005, 20:06
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Did you start Samba? And as far as I know you should also open the ports 138 and 139 for Samba.
If i remeber correctly, it is Port 137 - 139 TCP and UDP.
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Old 9th August 2005, 18:23
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Default Problem appears to be solved

The answer to the question, "why does nmap show that ports are closed when the ISPConfig says that they are open" is, don't trust nmap.

I used ISPConfig to open the following ports:

Samba 137 udp yes
Samba 138 udp yes
Samba 139 udp yes
Samba 445 udp yes
Samba 137 tcp yes
Samba 138 tcp yes
Samba 139 tcp yes
Samba 445 tcp yes

The nmap command shows that the ports are closed. However, I got on my Windows XP machine and my file share worked perfectly. The conclusion, therefore, seems to be, don't trust nmap to tell you what is actually open.

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Old 11th August 2005, 23:28
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Default port 139 and Gaelicum.a virus

many of the EXE files on my web sites keep getting infected with this virus. I tried to turn the ispconfig firewall on and block the port but now I can't even access the ispconfig admin web site.

1. How do I stop the ispconfig firewall from the commnad line?
2. How can I access the ispconfig admin screen without going through a browser?
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Old 12th August 2005, 02:05
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1. How do I stop the ispconfig firewall from the commnad line?
Code:
/etc/init.d/bastille-firewall stop
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2. How can I access the ispconfig admin screen without going through a browser?
You cannot access it at all then...
You cannot block the ports 81 (ISPConfig) and 22 (SSH) from the ISPConfig web interface, so something weird must be going on on your system.
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