An example of a message from SunOS:
Jan 5 14:45:37 host1 portmap: connect from 126.96.36.199 to callit(ypserv): request from unauthorized host
request from unprivileged port
request from non-local host
request not forwarded
In the Solaris operating environment, the error might look similar to the following:
Jan 5 14:45:37 host1 rpcbind: refused connect from 188.8.131.52 to callit(ypserv)
In all cases, the ypserv part of the message might actually be any RPC service, such as mount or nfs or status.
The user has a replacement portmap or rpcbind. The version is enhanced to add access controls, and the error in question is reporting an access violation. The replacements are third-party and are not supported by Sun. The user must locate the access control configuration files and change them to the desired access controls.