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I need to lockdown a VPN to allow only certain TCP/UDP ports through.  I have all of the ports defined except the ports used by Anynet on an AS400.  I found TCP/UDP 397 but there is some doc stateing that there is also an undefined port used.  Any help with addirional ports would be appreciated.
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Hi,
Try 'NETSTAT *CNN' at the AS/400 command line to see active TCP/IP servers.  Press F14 to see port numbers used.
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Thanks a bunch.  I'm a Cisco guy and not an AS400 guy.  The client is very happy.
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