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How to enable portnumber through shell

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by big_bull, Jan 21, 2007.

  1. big_bull

    big_bull Well-Known Member

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    Hi Friends,

    I want to enable port 29000 for my client how can I enable through shell

    Please advice with steps.

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    Enable it for what and through what and in which direction?
     
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    Thanks for reply :)

    Client needs it for Game server please provide the details.

    I just want to know using shell how can I enable it for a particular domain.
     
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    Operating systems don't work that way. You cannot allocate ports to users, that's a coccept that doesn't exist. If what you mean is that you want to open an port in an iptables firewall then are you using a scripting application to configure iptables and if so, which one and in which direction do you need to allow access (i.e. incoming or outgoing)? If not, and you don't have a firewall running, then there's nothing for you to do.
     
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