Wireshark-dev: Re: [Wireshark-dev] /etc/services file for "port name resolvings"?
From: "Luis EG Ontanon" <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2007 19:35:19 +0200
Even /etc/services from Mac OS/X (in turn taken from FreeBSD) has many
more entries.

[id-est:ws/trunk/wiretap] lego% sed 's/#.*//; s/[ \t]+//;'
/etc/services | grep -v -c '^$'
[id-est:ws/trunk/wiretap] lego% sed 's/#.*//; s/[ \t]+//;'
../../../nmap-4.20/nmap-services | grep -v -c '^$'

This has no (c) notice so I believe we we can use it.

On 8/7/07, Ulf Lamping <[email protected]> wrote:
> Luis EG Ontanon schrieb:
> > nmap-services is much richer I guess...
> >
> No, it's not ;-)
> After I've stripped both files from header and footer comments:
> nmap-services has 2286 lines (all of them entries)
> port-numbers has 14992 lines (about half of them comments)
> So the official IANA port-numbers files has roughly three times more
> entries than the nmap one. Ok, you could argue that the nmap one
> probably contains more entries seen "in the wild".
> Well, the profinet entries I was looking for (port 34962 and following)
> is only in the IANA port-numbers file.
> The only question that remains for me is the copyright of the IANA file.
> Can we simply copy over that file or do we have a license problem with it?
> Regards, ULFL
> P.S: Of course, we could merge both files into one, but there will be a
> lot of duplicates. I leave that as an exercise for the interested reader
> ;-)
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