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    Default Trouble with saving through firewall

    Hey folks,

    I need some help with doing backup through a firewall.

    My networker server is version 7.6.3.3 (RedHat 5.5) and the client version 7.5.4 (SLES 10.3).

    I had the networker administrator opening the ports 111, 7937 and 7938 in both direction.

    I can telnet from my networker server onto these ports and also in the direction from the client to the networker server.

    The problem is that networker is not doing the backup. The backup jobs starts and just runs forever without transfering data.

    I can't find any information in the daemon.raw on the client side. I mean that there must be any information that the backup starts. But nothing.

    Can anyone help.

    If you need me to provided more information, let me know.

    Thanks in advance,
    Jan.

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    Most obviously the reason is Linux' Enhanced Security.
    Please have a look at the docs - they contain information about this isuue.

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