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ntpd - no program registered at port 123

Hey all

I've started a ntp-daemon using "/etc/init.d/ntpd
start", but if I try "nmap localhost" afterwards no program is registered
at port 123  :(

If I run "ntpq -p", it is indicating that the server is somewhat running.

[root@traej /]# ntpq -p
     remote           refid      st t when poll reach   delay   offset  jitter
==============================================================================
 serv010.worldon gps.dix.dk       2 u   14   64    1    8.444   -1.491   0.008
 skuld.inet.tele ripe.tele.dk     2 u   19   64    1   13.887   -0.607   0.008

Is there something I have missunderstood, or shouldn't I be able to see
my ntpd registered at port 123?? I'm using redhat 7.3!!

Thank for the help in advance  :)
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Allan Eriksen
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holst
7/17/2003 1:56:21 PM
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On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 15:56:21 +0200, holst wrote:

> Hey all
> 
> I've started a ntp-daemon using "/etc/init.d/ntpd start", but if I try
> "nmap localhost" afterwards no program is registered at port 123  :(
> 
> If I run "ntpq -p", it is indicating that the server is somewhat
> running.
> 
> [root@traej /]# ntpq -p
>      remote           refid      st t when poll reach   delay   offset
>      jitter
> ==============================================================================
>  serv010.worldon gps.dix.dk       2 u   14   64    1    8.444   -1.491
>  0.008 skuld.inet.tele ripe.tele.dk     2 u   19   64    1   13.887
>  -0.607   0.008
> 
> Is there something I have missunderstood, or shouldn't I be able to see
> my ntpd registered at port 123?? I'm using redhat 7.3!!
> 
> Thank for the help in advance  :)
> ----
> Allan Eriksen

hi again

The problem solved itself...I've found out that after a certain time, my
client can connect to my server  :)
...but still I will be very happy if anyone can explain to me why ntpd is
not registered in the portmapper at port 123. Anyway, the port must open,
since it is possible for my client to connect to the server.

Allan Eriksen
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holst
7/17/2003 2:42:14 PM
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