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How can I disable Telnet Port 23 on Netopia 4652  router running software v5.3.9R6 ?

Posted on 2004-09-30
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My network uses  a Netopia 4652 DSL router.  I am not using any of the built in firewalls on it  as it blocks my  IIS servers from servicing even though I set them up in the  NAT feature to allow  traffic through.  When I do a port scan from DSl Reports I am told that port 23 is open . I  disabled  the Telnet capability on the router but  port 23 is still open . Does anyone have any idea as to how I close or block port 23  and  still maintain web service ?
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Question by:Techmedicny
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by:EllisonG
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DO it under the Services
R click My computer and double on Manage
Double on Services
R click Telnet
go to Propperties
Set for Dissable
Apply

R click Telnet
Stop

Your done
Ps this is on your server or servers
Recomend you do to all servers
PS stopping this servies should not affect WEB
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