[Openvas-discuss] Problem with remote host not using the good versions of the Nessus prorocol
Copenhaver, Walter A
wcopenhaver at utep.edu
Wed Apr 15 19:59:27 CEST 2009
I installed openvas-server and openvas-plugins on an Linux server
(Archlinux). I can start, stop, and restart the daemon without any
errors. I also installed the server certificate using the
tool, and I added a user using the openvas-adduser tool. Everything
seems to be working correctly on the server side. The problem is that
when I try to connect to the server from a remote computer.
I installed the client on the Windows XP computer. When I try to
connect to the server via the client I go to file->connect and type in
the IP, port, login, password and check the box for "Use SSL encryption"
on the "Connect to OpenVAS Server" dialog. When I click "Ok" in this
dialog I get another dialog asking me if I want to accept the server
certificate or not. When I click "yes", to accept the certificate, I
get the error "Remote host is not using the good version of the Nessus
communication protocol (1.2) or is tcpwrapper". I notice that the port
open on the server is 9390 instead of 1241, is this an issue? Can
someone help me?
Thank you for your time.
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