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Re: NTP security

Maybe use tcp wrappers? That's how I'd do it.


On Sat, 10 Mar 2001, Jamie Heilman wrote:

> Piotr Tarnowski wrote:
> > If not can I limit allowed clients somehow ? (I noticed that DENY on
> > ipchains to others than my reference external server limits ntptrace
> > usage).
> To the best of my knowledge you can't natively (in the application)
> control access at the transport level, which is unfortunate.  You can at
> the protocol level however.  Get the NTP documentation and read about the
> authentication options and the access control options.  To control access
> at the transport level you will have to use firewalling rules.
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