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pmap-dump.d

# portmap dump request: like "rpcinfo -p" but via UDP instead
# send to UDP 111 and hope it's not a logging portmapper!
# split into longwords, since rpc apparently only deals with them

001 # 0x01 # .    # XID: 4 trash bytes
002 # 0x02 # .
003 # 0x03 # .
004 # 0x04 # .

000 # 0x00 # .    # MSG: int 0=call, 1=reply
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .

000 # 0x00 # .    # pmap call body: rpc version=2
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .
002 # 0x02 # .

000 # 0x00 # .    # pmap call body: prog=PMAP, 100000
001 # 0x01 # .
134 # 0x86 # .
160 # 0xa0 # .

000 # 0x00 # .    # pmap call body: progversion=2
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .
002 # 0x02 # .

000 # 0x00 # .    # pmap call body: proc=DUMP, 4
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .
004 # 0x04 # .

# with AUTH_NONE, there are 4 zero integers [16 bytes] here

000 # 0x00 # .    # auth junk: cb_cred: auth_unix = 1; NONE = 0
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .

000 # 0x00 # .    # auth junk
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .

000 # 0x00 # .    # auth junk
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .

000 # 0x00 # .    # auth junk
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .
000 # 0x00 # .

# The reply you get back contains your XID, int 1 if "accepted", and
# a whole mess of gobbledygook containing program numbers, versions,
# and ports that rpcinfo knows how to decode.  For the moment, you get
# to wade through it yourself...

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