Subject: misc/3499: Envoy NIPC query port addition to /etc/services
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List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 04/15/1997 16:04:29
>Number:         3499
>Category:       misc
>Synopsis:       Envoy NIPC query port addition to /etc/services
>Confidential:   no
>Severity:       non-critical
>Priority:       low
>Responsible:    misc-bug-people (Misc Bug People)
>State:          open
>Class:          change-request
>Submitter-Id:   net
>Arrival-Date:   Tue Apr 15 14:05:02 1997
>Originator:     Ty Sarna
	Endicor Technologies, Inc., San Antonio, Texas
>Release:        NetBSD-current 970415

System: NetBSD 1.2D-970415 NetBSD 1.2D-970415 (IOCANE) #4: Tue Apr 15 11:56:58 CDT 1997 i386

	The Envoy networking product for the Amiga (native
	transaction-based protocol called NIPC based mostly on RDP/IP)
	uses UDP on port 376 for "Queries" (host lookups, etc). 

	The patch below adds this to /etc/services, so that it's more
	readily identifiable and useable in tcpdump output, ipfilter
	rules, etc.

	I don't believe it's standardized, but there's currently nothing
	in our /etc/services on port 376 anyway, so it should pose no
	immediate conflict.
	grep 376/udp /etc/services # notice no output
*** services.orig	Tue Apr 15 13:22:09 1997
--- services	Tue Apr 15 13:22:52 1997
*** 116,121 ****
--- 116,122 ----
  imap3		220/udp				# Protocol v3
  ulistserv	372/tcp				# UNIX Listserv
  ulistserv	372/udp
+ nipcquery	376/udp				# Amiga Envoy NIPC Query
  # UNIX specific services