nyanhost

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Hello!
I runned netstat and I saw it:
tcp 0 0 %myhost%:tproxy %myhost%:35113 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 %myhost%:tproxy %myhost%:35133 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 %myhost%:tproxy %myhost%:35130 TIME_WAIT
%myhost% - hostname of my server.

What is tproxy? I haven't package squid in my server.
 

quietFinn

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Hello!
I runned netstat and I saw it:

%myhost% - hostname of my server.

What is tproxy? I haven't package squid in my server.
If you run

netstat -n

you see that "tproxy" means port 8081.

See in file /etc/services
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

Yes, the previous post is accurate. EX:

Code:
[~]# grep 8081 /etc/services
tproxy          8081/tcp        sunproxyadmin   # Transparent Proxy
tproxy          8081/udp        sunproxyadmin   # Transparent Proxy
Thank you.