tomh0665 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 10 21:30:15 UTC 2010
On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 2:14 PM, Ted Hilts <ehilts at mcsnet.ca> wrote:
> Tom H wrote:
>>> Do you have any entries in "/etc/hosts.allow" or "/etc/hosts.deny"? I
>>> think so but I do have entries in /etc/hosts and well as
>>> /etc/samba/smb.conf. I checked and there are no entries in
>>> or /etc/hosts.deny.
>>> Do you have iptables running without allowing loopback access? As far as
>>> know I don't have iptables running at all. I checked using ps -A | grep
>>> and there is nothing with "ip" in it.
>>> Awaiting you response. I am getting close to the time I have to put
>>> (192.168.1.15) back into production mode.
>> I'm very busy at the moment I can take a quick look now to see if
>> there's anything obvious.
> I will probably have to download Teamviewer or somthing. Tell me what to
> get ready and then after I get what you want operational and tested you
> should be able to get on the machine when you have time.
Before you download or install anything please make sure that it is
accessible from the net. Quite frankly, I'd rather not log on to a
"foreign" box but if there's no other way, ...
You can check your iptables rules with "sudo iptables -Lnv".
You might as well check that nfs is running properly with "netstat
-ntulp" and "rpcinfo -p" on the nfs server and, from another box,
(three nmaps are overkill but it's quick and should be short):
rpcinfo -p nfs_server
nmap -n -sT nfs_server
nmap -n -sS nfs_server
nmap -n -sU nfs_server
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