Re: [ldm-users] Turning off RPC

111 is the portmapper/rpcbind port.  Since  LDM runs by means of RPC, I
don't think it's possible to turn off RPC, though the authors of LDM may
know better.

Bret Whissel
System Administrator
Department of Meteorology
Florida State University

On Mon, 2009-09-28 at 14:59 -0500, Peter Laws wrote:

> Peter Laws wrote:
> > Having, for better or worse, moved well past the world of NIS and RPC (and 
> > CSH :-), I want to disable RPC on our LDM servers.  Port 388 seems to work 
> > well enough.
> > 
> > Is it as simple as reregistering the program?  Should I be setting 
> > something in a config file somewhere?
> And a related question ... what would cause LDM to make a request via 
> 111/tcp versus 388/tcp?  Can that be controlled in the config?
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