[Gllug] iad3 on tcp port 1032

Chris Ball chris at cpan.org
Tue Jun 26 16:07:08 UTC 2001

On Tue, Jun 26, 2001 at 04:41:57PM +0100, will wrote:
> Does anyone know what iad3 on tcp port 1032 does on a winNT or 2k box?  Not
> strictly linux, but I used a linux box to find this information out :-)

Hi, Will.

IAD3 is some form of routing protocl, iirc, but as the port is
non-priviledged (above 1024) any users on the system can bind to
it. I think it's unlikely that you'll find IAD3 having anything to
do with that particular bind - perhaps look into running a command
that can show bound ports and the binaries used. Have a look through
/etc/inetd.conf, and play with 'lsof -n | grep 1032' if it's still
a mystery. lsof is at ftp://vic.cc.purdue.edu/pub/tools/unix/lsof/
and is Very Useful. :-)



Chris Ball.
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