Hello Jim!

Consider using packet filtering instead of messing with the ports. You can
get to this via operations navigator.

This filtering works quite well and also can log dropped packets.

Steve Glanstein
mic@aloha.com

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> The redbook AS400 Internet Security: Protecting Your As400 from
> Harm on the Internet, suggests restricting selected ports to
> specific user id that have password = *none.
> 80 to QTCP, QTMHHTP1, QTMHHTTP
> 23 to QTCP
> are their others that should be restricted for other services?
> lpd, dns, whatever?
> let's just say the firewall in place is "limited" and out of my control.
> looking for things to bolt down.
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