>From: "Steven E. McKee" <address@hidden> >Organization: Lyndon State College >Keywords: 200205291640.g4TGejp17822 McIDAS ADDE Steve, >While configuring the mcadde account on our new server foxfire.lsc.vsc.edu, I >found that Port 500 was already assigned in /etc/services as follows: > > pim-rp-disc 496/udp > isakmp 500/tcp > sakmp 500/udp > gdomap 538/tcp > >Can I use another Port Number e.g. 501 for the mcadde server Port? No, you have to use port 500. The conflict in port usage is a design weakness in ADDE, but we have to live with it nonetheless. My recommendation is to comment out the isakmp entries in /etc/services (port 500) and also make sure that there is no conflict for port 503. After making changes in /etc/services and /etc/inetd.conf, you will need to send a HUP to the inetd process. Tom Yoksas
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