I can find xinetd.conf. But, there is no # for remove. There is a xinetd.d dir in which there is a telnet file.
Is it mean that the telnet was on?
: Its done through /etc/inetd.conf, some distributions use xinetd and I suppose it would be /etc/xinetd/xinetd.conf or /etc/xinetd.conf(not sure), you just have to do is remove the # from the line telnet is on and restart inetd or xinetd by doing inetd restart or xinetd restart.
: : Hi,
: : I want to know how to open the telnet and ftp ports for remote access.
: : Do I need to setup the telnet server? if so, how?
: : Also, how can I check which port is open and which one is closed?
: : I am running redhat 7.0.
: : Thanks
: : gogo