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> How To Open Linux Firewall Ports., linux firewall.
jwoon
post Nov 13 2003, 11:49 PM
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Hi,

I am using linux 2.4.2-2 and need quick assistance on how to open the following ports.

1494 tcp and udp
1604 udp

When I do a dial up to access a citrix application, there is no problem. However, when I try to connect to the citrix application from my intranet, It doesn't allow me to do so. I am staying in singapore. Appreciate if you can call me at 91816198 to let me know how I can open these ports. Email me if you not in singapore. Or you can sms me from this site below. Just type 91816198 for the phone number. Thanks.

http://203.117.165.180/websms/sendSMS/index.jsp

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Joe.
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hughesjr
post Nov 14 2003, 05:55 PM
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What distrubition are you using (redhat 7/8/9, Mandrake, etc). Even more importantly, are you using a script (like IPCOP) and linux as a firewall ...

Do you have IP Masq running on the way in?

Basically, MUCH more detail is needed before I could begin to help....


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