port used by telepathy-salut

Craig White craigwhite at azapple.com
Sun Sep 11 03:05:47 UTC 2011

On Sun, 2011-09-11 at 08:13 +0530, CA G Rajesh wrote:
> Hi,
> I am mailing from Ubuntu Natty. Recently, I got curious of Gnome3 and,
> aiming not to affect this production system, I installed Fedora-15 on
> another system.
> Well, I must admit Gnome3 is fast and responsive. But, I had a problem.
> I could not transfer files to other LAN systems using Empathy/Telepathy
> Salut. I tried to trust the xmpp-client, mdns, presence services/ports -
> still, no sucess. 
> My seeking help at Fedora-IRC or their Users mailing list also could not
> bring solution. Interestingly, disabling firewall allows file
> transfer :)
> Now, to the point. Just out of academic interest, what port handles this
> file transfer? Can somebody enlighten me, please? I just want to know,
> what did I miss :(
> I am not sure, if I could discuss fedora here at ubuntu list. But, I
> thought, telepathy-salut and IPtables are common to us both. Thanks in
> advance.
> Regards,
> Rajesh
don't know this but seems that it would be easy enough to figure out.
Turn off the firewall, start a transfer that takes long enough for you
to open a terminal and look at the output of 'netstat -an' which will
show the connection and the ports.


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