Thanks to all who responded. The responders said to cooment out the services
in /etc/inetd.conf. This will work for the services that inetd controls.
But, after running lsof -i, there are a lot of users running applications
like perl that have open ports in the port 7000-8000 range. I didn't know if
there is a way to disable ports in a specific range. If any one knows how,
if possible, please let me know and i will sumamrize.
thanks for all the help!
> hi all,
> in solaris 2.6, is there a way to disable ports from being used? For
> example, I do not want any users opening any sockets/ports.
> thanks for any advice
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