Newbie bewilderment III

Daniel V Klein dvk@lonewolf.com
Wed Jan 1 17:57:56 UTC 2003


Nope - ssh is only TCP.  Sounds like the firewall.  Can you run Perl?  I'll
cobble together a quick check script for you, if you like...

As to your config, "stock" sounds okay if you're not running dccd.

-Dan

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> The config is stock and unchanged from what was installed new. I did
> not alter any settings at all in any way from stock.
>  
> Is that the stupid newbie problem :) maybe I need to configure it
> more ??
>  
> As to the firewall question: I don't even have a firewall running.
> However its still possible I suppose that my host provider has some
> very weird firewall running. As I said however I can run SSH on port
> 6277 and connect to Open_ssh from my Secure CRT client. I think this
> uses both TCP and UDP ?. So the port seems clear and unobstructed.
> 
> I still feel this is something really stupid I have overlooked.
>  
> Can I turn on some debug logging or something to get some more
> detailed error messages to help isolate the problem ?
> 
> 
> - -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel V Klein [mailto:dvk@lonewolf.com] 
> Sent: Wednesday, January 01, 2003 10:16 AM
> To: :)
> Cc: dcc@rhyolite.com
> Subject: Re: Newbie bewilderment III 
> 
> 
> I'd suggest that since I had no problem getting dcc(x) running, it
> might be something in your config file, which you might want to share
> with us to help the group debug your problem.
> 
> If that fails, I can create a spam-trap adddress for you.
> 
> - -Dan
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> > Part II, The DCC Saga...
> > =20
> > Our story so far...
> > =20
> > A newbie, overconfident after installing a host of apps over the last 
> > = year jumped in and dropped dccm into his system starting at 1am 
> > thinking = it was a easy install. Indeed this was tempting Murphy. 
> > After hours of = brain destroying head bashing against several walls 
> > he decided to post = to this forum his dilemma out of pure 
> > desperation.. =20 Background=20
> > Sendmail 8.12.7 running on FreeBSD4.4 was setup with milters and runs =
> > dccm using all defaults=20
> > Dccm reports in the sendmail log:=20
> > dccm[81022]: skip asking DCC 300.000 seconds more after failure=20
> > Cdcc reports:
> > _________________________________________=20
> > %cdcc info
> > # 01/01/03 04:44:49 MST  /var/dcc/map
> > # Will re-resolve names after 06:30:04
> > #  9 total addresses  0 working
> > IPv6 off
> > 
> > dcc.dcc-servers.net,-      RTT+0 ms    anon
> > #   153.19.44.233,-        coral.ely.pg.gda.pl      =20
> > #      not answering
> > #   192.188.61.3,-         calcite.rhyolite.com     =20
> > #      not answering
> > #   195.74.212.70,-        dcc-1.be.wanadoo.com     =20
> > #      not answering
> > #   203.147.165.193,-      bne609lc.server-web.com  =20
> > #      not answering
> > #   206.169.162.65,-                                =20
> > #      not answering
> > #   207.8.219.218,-        irc-ssl.sackheads.org    =20
> > #      not answering
> > #   216.68.107.162,-       gypsy.xactcommerce.com   =20
> > #      not answering
> > #   216.158.54.131,-       ns1.etherboy.com         =20
> > #      not answering
> > 
> > localhost,-                RTT-1000 ms  32768 3557194097x1067
> > #   127.0.0.1,-            localhost                =20
> > #      not answering
> > _______________________________________________
> > 
> > 
> > This would lead one to believe that there was a firewall or something 
> > = blocking the port. However Stupid Newbie ( me ) decided to test the 
> > port = and setup ssh to run on 6277. I had to as my host/provider has 
> > removed = the Traceroute command for some evil reason on my root 
> > access server. = This confirmed that 6277 was open - free and usable. 
> > I stopped dccm for = this test obviously. So there is nothing stopping 
> > dccm/cdcc from = connecting to the outside that is obvious. =20
> > This is perplexing for sure.. My newbie brain popped.
> > =20
> > I cleaned out everything and reinstalled and it made no difference.
> > =20
> > No other errors in any log - compile went well.
> > =20
> > My total install was:
> > =20
> > Gunzip / Tar /
> > configure --with-sendmail=3D/usr/local/sendmail/sendmail-8.12.7 =
> > --disable-server
> > Make
> > Make install
> > Cpcc info <<-- didn't work..
> > =20
> > Am I leaving something out ??
> > =20
> > I want to fight the SPAM war on the front line. I -really- want to use =
> > dccm. I have a nice well nurtured spamtrap address I have carefully =
> > attracted 40 emails a day to. I weekly go opt in the opt out of many =
> > lists using it. Post it on usenet and give it to places like Wallmart =
> > and Denny's. Even after spamassassin and many many rbl checks I still =
> > get 5 a day through it that are pure evil spam. I want those to get =
> > reported to dcc.
> > =20
> > Does anyone have a spamtrap address they might want my spamtrap to feed =
> > to ? If I can't get dccm to work I want to feed my spamtrap into a well =
> > connected dcc client that can fully utilize it in the war.
> > =20
> > Chris
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