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Hi friends, when I'm plugged in Subsystem QCTL, I see the Ports 23, 2520, 8471 and 8476 listenning '. I'm monitoring that Ports and that Ports do not listenning it sounds an alarm for my monitoring software. what am I doing wrong?, or is there another way to monitor these ports. Tks again.

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  • PutzGrilla
    Sorry, when I connected on susbsystem QCTL, on this moment the subsystems QINTER , QSERVER and QSYSWORK are ended.
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  • TomLiotta
    ...the subsystems QINTER , QSERVER and QSYSWORK are ended.   If QSERVER and QSYSWRK are not active, most ports will usually not be active. Jobs that listen on most normal ports run in those subsystems. Those jobs are various host and TCP/IP servers that use ports for connections. If the substems are ended, the server jobs aren't usually running.   So it's not clear what the problem is. Things seem to be normal according to your description.   Tom
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  • PutzGrilla
    Sorry again, only this subsystem are ended. ENDSBS     SBS(QINTER) OPTION(*IMMED)ENDSBS     SBS(QUSRWRK) OPTION(*IMMED)ENDSBS     SBS(QSERVER) OPTION(*IMMED)   14/09/12                  Scan Host for Open Ports                   SCANHOST Scanning host: LOCALHOST from TCP port 1 to 8476 with  timeout               13  (daytime) is listening                                                    21  (ftp-control) is listening                                                23  (telnet) is listening                                                     25  (smtp) is listening                                                       37  (time) is listening                                                       110  (pop3) is listening                                                      389  (Unknown) is listening                                                   397  (APPCoverTCPIP) is listening                                             446  (drda) is listening                                                      447  (ddm) is listening                                                       448  (ddm-ssl) is listening                                                   449  (as-svrmap) is listening                                                 515  (lpd) is listening                                                       5544  (as-mgtctrlj) is listening                                              5550  (as400-cluster) is listening                                            5555  (as-mgtctrl) is listening                                               8470  (as-central) is listening                                               8472  (as-dtaq) is listening                                                  8474  (as-netprt) is listening                                                8475  (as-rmtcmd) is listening8476  (as-signon) is listening
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  • TomLiotta
    The ports seem normal in the SCANHOST list. I don't quite understand what the problem is.   I'm monitoring that Ports and that Ports do not listenning it sounds an alarm for my monitoring software. what am I doing wrong?,   Why do you think something is wrong? It's not clear what should be different.   Tom
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