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I'm transplanting a SCO 5.0.5 system to a new server using the same liscenses. Multiple issues here: 1. I need to ftp some stuff off my ftp site in passive mode (not active). SCO's default ftp client doesn't support passive (pasv) mode? Is there an update? 2. A fellow who set up the internet router said there was a lot of port 135 traffic comming from my new 5.0.5 machine. He thought I had a virus or a worm. The is a fresh install of SCO + several patches. Could it be that the license managers are duking it out? ...

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    Default passive ftp problem, port 135 traffic, cpio'ing to other machine, need help.

    I'm transplanting a SCO 5.0.5 system to a new server using the same
    liscenses. Multiple issues here:

    1. I need to ftp some stuff off my ftp site in passive mode (not active).
    SCO's default ftp client doesn't support passive (pasv) mode? Is there an
    update?

    2. A fellow who set up the internet router said there was a lot of port 135
    traffic comming from my new 5.0.5 machine. He thought I had a virus or a
    worm. The is a fresh install of SCO + several patches. Could it be that
    the license managers are duking it out? Can I get around this until I get
    everything transfered over? I feel that this is causing ultra-slow ftp
    transfers of data between the old and new box. And now all the people on
    the old production box got booted off of their telnet session. Is this the
    license manager's way of punishing me?

    3. Assuming I get the first two items solved, I'd like to transfers entire
    directories over to the new box. Is the a way to cpio is straight over to
    the new server without tarball'ing, ftping, then untarballing?

    Thanks,
    -eric wood


    Eric Guest

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    Default Re: passive ftp problem, port 135 traffic, cpio'ing to other machine, need help.

    On Wed, 22 Oct 2003 10:20:49 -0400, "Eric Wood" <com>
    wrote:
     

    On my 5.0.5 system I don't see the -p option (WU-FTP 2.1). I do see
    it on my 5.0.6 system (WU-FTP 2.6.2).
     

    Doubt it. Port 135 is Microsoft's DCOM. Maybe he's seeing this on
    the other (WAN) side of the router? More of that stinking
    MSBLASTER/Lovsan worm.
     

    IIRC, SCO's licensing daemon runs on port 488.
     

    I've had 2 boxes using the same license on the same network, and never
    had anything happen except a warning popup indicating there were
    duplicate licenses on the network. Ran that way for ~2 weeks
    (transferring development system to new hardware) and was never
    'booted off'.
     

    You could use rcp with the -r option, but it doesn't maintain
    modification date/timestamps (if that is important to you). Tar/cpio
    to tape might be an option for you as well.
     


    Scott McMillan

    Scott Guest

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    Default Re: passive ftp problem, port 135 traffic, cpio'ing to other machine, need help.

    Eric Wood wrote: 

    Okay, it was a router problem stepping on the same ip address as the server.
    I though the license manager was knocking the users out. My bad!



    Eric Guest

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