[ngw] New Linux Domain Closed

Rich Boys richboys at gmail.com
Sat Jan 10 19:19:49 UTC 2009


Thanks

Not quite out of the woods yet

Pri Domain on NW shows all open
Sec Domain on Linux shows closed

FW ports or something else?

Rich

On Jan 10, 2009, at 2:06 PM, James Taylor wrote:

> Default port for mta/poa communication are 7100-7101.
> Of course, 1677 default for poa client access and 7191 for SOAP.
> 7205 for webacc agent and 9185 for gwia for mta access.
> If you run the http access, then 7180 for mta, 7181 for poa,7211 for  
> webacc and 9850 for gwia.  GW Monitor uses port 8200.
>
> That's all I have off the top of my head.
>
> -jt
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>>>> Rich Boys <richboys at gmail.com> 1/10/2009 01:54 PM >>>
> This one helped, but it was the firewall.  Silly me, I thought
> installing on OES might configure the firewall or OES might have a
> firewall setting for GroupWise.  Anyone have a comprehensive list of
> ports to open for all GW components?
>
> Thanks
> Rich
>
> On Jan 10, 2009, at 9:27 AM, James Taylor wrote:
>
>> My .mta, .poa, etc. files are in /opt/novell/groupwise/agents/share.
>> I suspect the file was created properly in the correct location,
>> otherwise the agent wouldn't start at all.
>> I would suspect something going on in your link configuration.
>> -jt
>>
>>
>>
>> James Taylor
>> The East Cobb Group, Inc.
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>>>>> Rich Boys <richboys at gmail.com> 1/10/2009 08:55 AM >>>
>> Yeah, that is the problem.  The install did not create a mtaname.mta
>> file or one for the poa.  Is the only thing I need to add into the
>> strtupen.mta file the home directory?  And how do I get the grpwise
>> file in init.d to know about the config file?
>>
>> Rich
>>
>> On Jan 10, 2009, at 1:34 AM, Wayne Cook wrote:
>>
>>> If you are running the x-window environment I found it more
>>> reassuring to have the MTA monitor loaded.
>>>
>>> do the '/etc/init.d/grpwise stop'
>>>
>>> Navigate to '/opt/novell/grpwise/bin' directory
>>>
>>> type "gwmta --show @mtaname.mta &"
>>>
>>> With Kind Regards
>>>
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>>>>>> Rich Boys <richboys at gmail.com> 1/10/2009 3:06 PM >>>
>>> Ok, I must be missing something.  I created a new secondary domain
>>> and
>>> post office using the Windows C1 and connecting to the NetWare  
>>> Domain
>>> and the new Linux NSS volume.  Then I tried to install the agents on
>>> the OES2SP1 box.
>>>
>>> The agent configuration dod not create a new domain.mta in /opt/
>>> novell/
>>> groupwise/bin
>>>
>>> It appears to be loading grpwise from /etc/init.d using a config  
>>> file
>>> gwha.conf in /etc/opt/novell/groupwise.  This config file does
>>> reference my domain and post office names
>>>
>>> Netstat shows the port loads.  Grpwise command in /etc/init.d status
>>> shows loaded, also can stop and start
>>>
>>> So what did I do wrong and what can I do to correct it?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> Rich
>>>
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