lightbulb? prob'ly not, but....
kline at ns1.thought.org
Sat Jan 22 23:25:46 UTC 2011
On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 11:22:51PM +0100, Terrence Koeman wrote:
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> > Subject: lightbulb? prob'ly not, but....
> > # telnet 10.47.0.230
> > Trying ...
> > telnet: connect to addr n.n.n.n: Connection refused
> > telnet: Unable to connect to remotr host
> > Does the "Connection refused" signify anything in the bind/dns world.
> > ?
> > BEfore i portupgraded to bind97 from bind9, this kind of stuff worked.
> Seeing as you're not resolving any hostname it's not DNS.
> You also have not specified a port for telnet to connect to so it'll default to 23, which you probably don't want. Try 'telnet 10.47.0.230 80' (80 is the standard port for http).
YES. I get into ethic as with a normal telnet; when i hit return, I
see index.php; the source, not the web file that lynx of firefox
shows. I'll KVM over to my desktop and cut/paste from there.
> BTW, the 'Connection Refused' message means that the port is closed and sending a RST, which means that either nothing is listening on the port or that the system is sending RST's because of a firewall rule. If you haven't setup such rules you can assume the first to be the case.
wHat _should_ be listening on port 80 that isn't?
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