I’m having issues with an rsyncd. systemctl status rsyncd shows it running rsyncd.service – fast remote file copy program daemon
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/rsyncd.service; enabled)
Active: active (running) since Wed 2015-02-25 10:57:02 EST; 4h 43min ago Main PID: 31672 (rsync)
`-31672 /usr/bin/rsync –daemon –no-detach
But firewall-cmd –list-all public (default, active)
interfaces: em1 em2
services: dhcpv6-client mountd nfs rpc-bind samba ssh
ports: 631/udp 22/tcp
And yet if I do iptables-save, it shows 873 open.
a) which should I believe, firewall-cmd or iptables-save?
b) why does firewall-cmd not show 837 open?
c) I’ve been googling, and know that I can tell firewall-cmd to open the port,
but if there’s a “correct” way, presumably one that will show rsyncd on
the services line, I’d like to do it that way.