What are all the ports involved with nfs and autofs that need to be opened in the firewall? When the firewall is down, everything works. When the firewall is up with NFS checked, it does not work.
on 04/11/2013 – Made popular on 04/11/2013
What ports are being used with autofs and nfs? If I have the firewall enable, autofs is not able to mount exported filesystems. With the firewall enabled, I am able to mount the filesystems manually fine. If I disable the firewall, autofs works as expected. When the firewall is enabled, I have nfs set as a trusted service. What other ports do I need to open up?
Running Fedora 17 x86_64. I have opened a few ports using system-config-firewall. After saving and appling the changes, the ports still are blocked. If I stop and start the firewall, things appear to be working. When the machine boots up, the ports appear to be blocked. If I stop and start the firewall, things work as expected.
I am trying to set my router to forward three of my ports for EchoLink, but I'm having trouble with it. Using the PFPortChecker to see if the ports are open, it says they aren't, but to check my firewall logs for their IP address.
Does Windows Vista have firewall logs? If so, how do I get to them?
So after reading the various stickies I thought it would probably be a good idea to set up a firewall...
Currently I have enabled the firewall using ufw and allowed the various ports that I can work out need to be open... The browser works fine and I can access hotmail in the browser but I can't get evolution to talk to hotmail (works fine with firewall disabled).