Re: Listening Ports
On Sun, Sep 09, 2001 at 06:31:57PM -0400, hpknight wrote:
> It depends on the process that is binding the port. If you're using
> xinetd you can specify which interface to bind the port on. If the
> program/daemon doesn't allow you to specify interfaces, then you're stuck
> .. unless you want to do some fancy stuff with ipchains/iptables to
> redirect ports, or hack up the daemon.
inetd also has this feature (not very well documented).
use service@ip in inetd.conf in order to use that feature.
xinetd is nicer, anyway :-)
First binding then firewalling is a bad idea, someone might be able to
access that service via spoofing or other dirty tricks...
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