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Re: [SLUG] ping problems
At 16:43 30/05/2001, you wrote
>Make sure reverse DNS works for the places you are trying to ping or ping -n
We have tried IP address and domain names and they resolve OK, it just
refuses to do the actual ping.
>That will test ICMP.
>Also make sure you havent firewalled yourself in.
>ipchains -L -n
I checked ipchains and it appears that I'm open to the world (input, out
put and forward all accept). We can also telnet out but can't telnet in.
The thinking here is that certain deamons aren't up. How does one check
such a thing? What is meant to be running in a default install. What needs
to be running to get networked?
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