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by tcompter
14 Jan 2014 09:37
Forum: OmniSwitch 6855
Topic: How to close "well known" ports
Replies: 0
Views: 1240

How to close "well known" ports

We have a 6855 switch which we would like to boot up with none of the "well known" ports open, such as ftp, snmp, etc. I've found the commands to shut off all but a few. When I enter "show udp ports", however, I still get these coming up. dhcp bootp (port 68) vsinet (port 996) maitrd (port 997) I wa...
by tcompter
10 Dec 2012 09:26
Forum: OmniSwitch 6855
Topic: Disabling IPv6
Replies: 4
Views: 2866

Re: Disabling IPv6

Was that "negative" to both questions? (ability to disable IPv6 and ability to fill memory with known pattern?) :)
by tcompter
04 Dec 2012 09:16
Forum: OmniSwitch 6855
Topic: Disabling IPv6
Replies: 4
Views: 2866

Re: Disabling IPv6

And one more thing, as well. :)

We have a requirement to "Fill all unused memory with a known pattern". Is that at all possible? IOW, on the flash memory, fill what isn't used by system files with a FF or some other pattern?

Thanks.
by tcompter
30 Nov 2012 14:26
Forum: OmniSwitch 6855
Topic: Disabling IPv6
Replies: 4
Views: 2866

Disabling IPv6

Here's another question about disabling functionality on the switch. Is it possible to completely disable IPv6 capability on the Alcatel 6855 switch? I've looked through the CLI guide and the Network Configuration Guide and the Switch Management Guide, and have found no way to do it. Thanks again fo...
by tcompter
20 Nov 2012 17:14
Forum: OmniSwitch 6855
Topic: Disabling rlogin, chargen, etc
Replies: 3
Views: 2277

Re: Disabling rlogin, chargen, etc

Thanks! :) That's a step in the right direction. Do I correctly infer that if there are no entries in the "show tcp ports" table, it means that there are no services running?

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by tcompter
20 Nov 2012 08:36
Forum: OmniSwitch 6855
Topic: Disabling rlogin, chargen, etc
Replies: 3
Views: 2277

Disabling rlogin, chargen, etc

I'm working on configuring an Alcatel 6855-U24X switch. I need to be able to prove to myself (and my boss) that the following services are disabled: rsh, rlogin, rcp, and rdist, echo, chargen, and discard. I'm reading the Switch Management Guide, The CLI Reference, and the Network Configuration Guid...

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