you sneaky dev you! I missed that change.
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On Sep 28, 2009, at 5:08 PM, Steve Emmerson <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Tyler Allison wrote:
Personally, I'd rather see it assume 388 and fall back to
portmapper/rpcbind in the event of 388 failure, but that's just me :)
That's the way the LDM actually works.
Accessing the portmapper (port 111) is only an issue if and when
to port 388 is blocked for some reason (e.g., a firewall rule).
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