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djkoelkast

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Hi all,

I run Kerio 6.0.10 on my Fedora Core 2 machine which has also Plesk installed.
The http port for Kerio is 8888, so that works fine, but in the admin control panel I see that ports 25, 110 etc. are already in use.

How can I route these ports to Kerio only?

thanks in advance!
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djkoelkast

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The problem still resists. Does anybody have a solution for me?
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djkoelkast wrote on Mon, 11 July 2005 08:49

The problem still resists. Does anybody have a solution for me?


Shut down the daemons using those ports. Programs like sendmail/qmail/postifx are probably using port 25, some pop daemon for 110 and so on.... turn em off. Look at your distro's documentation for more help on how to turn these off.

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I did turn off qmail, courier-imap and all other possible tools that could use port 25.

100 is free for Kerio now but 25 is still unavailable
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djkoelkast wrote on Tue, 12 July 2005 00:00

110 is free for Kerio now but 25 is still unavailable

Then you've missed one. Try telnetting to port 25, and see what program responds - then you'll know what to stop.

Paul
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Found out that is was qmail smtpd

deinstalled qmail and the problem resists
Kerio cannot use ports 25 and 465
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djkoelkast wrote on Tue, 12 July 2005 11:11

how to do that?

Something like "telnet -h" or "man telnet"?

You type "telnet <machine name or IP> <port>" where the machine name or IP and port are separated by a space, not joined by a colon as in some other contexts.

If the ports are still taken, then you can still connect to them to see what program is there. I note that you say you have stopped or removed qmail twice so far - perhaps you have not found all of it, or perhaps qmail is not the MTA that is running on those ports?

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pwhodges wrote on Tue, 12 July 2005 13:55

djkoelkast wrote on Tue, 12 July 2005 11:11

how to do that?

Something like "telnet -h" or "man telnet"?

You type "telnet <machine name or IP> <port>" where the machine name or IP and port are separated by a space, not joined by a colon as in some other contexts.

If the ports are still taken, then you can still connect to them to see what program is there. I note that you say you have stopped or removed qmail twice so far - perhaps you have not found all of it, or perhaps qmail is not the MTA that is running on those ports?

Paul


I did:

nmap -A -p 25-25 localhost

and its result is:

PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
25/tcp open smtp qmail smtpd
Device type: general purpose
Running: Linux 2.4.X|2.5.X
OS details: Linux 2.5.25 - 2.5.70 or Gentoo 1.2 Linux 2.4.19 rc1-rc7)

Nmap run completed -- 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 10.277 seconds

So it must be qmail.
When I do:

service qmail stop

it doesn't recognise the service.
first I removed qmail stuff from /etc/init.d
second time I deinstalled qmail through rpm -e and the qmail package but obviously it still runs!
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Please help me out, I have no mail yet!
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What do you see when you telnet to port 25? That should tell you directly what program is holding it.

Paul
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