netbase 6.0 source package in Ubuntu


netbase (6.0) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Taken over /etc/ethertypes from ebtables, but without many historical
    entries and with the addition of some modern protocols (see #946932).
  * services: added alias syslog (514/tcp).
  * services: added ms-wbt-server (3389/tcp).
  * services: removed some historical or not actually used ports:
    msp (18), nameserver (42/tcp), link (87/tcp), epmap (135/udp),
    xdmcp (177/tcp), nextstep (178), irc (194), smux (199/udp),
    at-rtmp (201), at-nbp (202), at-echo (204), at-zis (206), qmtp (209/udp),
    z3950 (210/udp), ipx (213/tcp), pawserv (345/udp), zserv (346/udp),
    clearcase (371/tcp), ulistserv (372), imsp (406), snpp (444/udp),
    saft (487/udp), isakmp (500/udp), timed (525/udp), tempo (526/tcp),
    courier (530/tcp), conference (531/tcp), netnews (532/tcp),
    netwall (533/udp), dhcpv6-client (546/tcp), dhcpv6-server (547/tcp),
    afpovertcp (548/udp), idfp (549), remotefs (556/tcp), nqs (607/udp),
    npmp-local (610), npmp-gui (611), hmmp-ind (612), qmqp (628/udp),
    ipp (631/udp), silc (706/udp), webster (765), proofd (1093/udp),
    rootd (1094/udp), rmiregistry (1099/udp), kazaa (1214), nessus (1241)
    and lotusnote (1352/udp).

 -- Marco d'Itri <email address hidden>  Fri, 27 Dec 2019 01:47:52 +0100

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netbase: Basic TCP/IP networking system

 This package provides the necessary infrastructure for basic TCP/IP based
 In particular, it supplies common name-to-number mappings in /etc/services,
 /etc/rpc, /etc/protocols and /etc/ethertypes.