What could be on udp:48152
Dmitry S. Makovey
dmitry at athabascau.ca
Thu Nov 13 10:11:12 PST 2003
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Hi, I'm running stock FreeBSD with services running: samba (connections
allowed only from local network), lpd (same), bind (all interfaces), apache
(all), zope (local)
This machine is home gateway/http/printserver.
Recently some strange things happened as my printer all of sudden started to
print stuff when nobody prints... luckily (or unluckily) it ran out of ink so
I can't tell what's printed. Checked programs running, ports opened and found
udp4 0 0 *.49152 *.*
dimon at gateway ~ > sockstat | grep 49152
bind named 270 4 udp4 *:49152 *:*
Now', is there any reason for bind to use this port?
Googling for that subject didn't bring any results other than usualy this port
is first available for dynamic ports. Which doesn't make sence to me.
Web Systems Administrator
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