By default, will IGEL Thin Client block any ports or do we need to configure something on the Thin Client in order to get a port start listening ? I have TeamViewer running and needs 5938 but I can’t see it is listening and also probeport showing connection refused.
Based on firewall testing, it just make me think should there be a config file that I need to modify in order for IGEL OS to include some port in LISTEN mode ?
We have iptables installed on our OS but it isn‘t blocking neither activating a config. I mean the only Ideas I would have, is to check if there is a newer CP / Teamviewer version and maybe check if the switch from UDP to TCP in the advanced settings helps.
I think it is not a problem with the firewall – even if a port is blocked using iptables a program should still be shown as listening on the port – but iptables does block the ip packets so they cannot reach the listening process. Did you test with ps if Teamviewer was still running?
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