Is there some test, like ping, that will test for port restrictions
between a port on one IP address served on an i to another port on a
different i? For example, let's say
NETSTAT *IFC shows
Internet
Address
10.10.1.230
10.10.1.231
10.10.1.232
10.10.1.233
10.10.1.234
10.10.1.235
10.10.1.236
10.10.1.237
10.10.1.238
10.10.1.239
10.10.1.240
127.0.0.1

and NETSTAT *IFC on the other lpar shows
Internet
Address
10.17.6.32
10.17.6.33
10.17.6.34
10.17.6.35
10.17.6.36
10.17.6.37
10.17.6.38
10.17.6.39
10.17.6.40
10.17.6.41
10.17.6.42
10.17.6.43
...
and I want to test if I can go out interface 10.10.1.237 on port 1234 to
10.17.6.39 on port 5321, is there a utility on the i to do so?


Rob Berendt

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