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Ger_
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EX403 - Satellite Ports

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Hello there,

I'm currently preparing for EX403 and was wondering, if there is a way of displaying all needed opened ports by Satellite/Capsule Server. Would be a nice shortcut if i would not have to remember that 12 Ports, but just a short command or man Page for that topic.

The "RH-Satellite-6" firewalld service config seems not to do the job as there are some Ports missing.

Picture from RH403 Lab environment (v6.11, Provisioning Ports missing eg. 53,67)

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Thanks in advance

 

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Fran_Garcia
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A trick is to check all listening ports with ss or netstat, both for TCP and UDP connections, eg:

ss -tuln | grep -v 127.0.0.1

 

That will give you a list of all the ports that expect to receive connections from the external world.

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Fran_Garcia
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A trick is to check all listening ports with ss or netstat, both for TCP and UDP connections, eg:

ss -tuln | grep -v 127.0.0.1

 

That will give you a list of all the ports that expect to receive connections from the external world.

gadamiak
Mission Specialist
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$ firewall-cmd --add-service=RH-Satellite-6-capsule --permanent

Worked for me

Antonypdf1
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Proxy Server: 37.47.235.21

Port: Unknown

Ricardo
Flight Engineer Flight Engineer
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Hi @Ger_ 

Observe in your images the line: "includes: foreman".

This is an inclusion of others services, so in this case, you need check this service, and possible others that will be included. 

Cheers
Ricardo

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