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in other words your curllpit is getting whois to work maybe others have insights on this
@mark_nl : Thank you for your support!
@stephdl: There is other way than from Software center to remove all F2B and all dependencies (whois, jwhois, pwhois, perl-net-whois-ip, perl-net-whois-raw, …)?
The problem is the port 43 which must be opened on my UTM (outbound traffic from DMZ to WAN). This port is used by IANA for WHOIS services.
How can I remove all F2B to reinstall?
No need to reinstall. Now it’s working!
Thank you all for support!
For the sake of sysadmin, how did you solve your issue please
My NS email server is placed in DMZ.
For outgoing traffic from DMZ to WAN, I open only necessary ports.
During tests with @mark_nl (thank you again!), I thought that Whois service need an open port to communicate with whois.arin.net.
“I asked” Google to tell me which ports must be opened on firewall to reach whois.arin.net. And Google told me! VIVA LAS … GOOGLE!
Thank you again for your time!
ok nothing that we can do on the nethserver side
No, nothing wrong from NethServer!
Maybe is good to know for some scenarios.
On Tips & Tricks.