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Re: sshd and tcp wrappers

El lun, 20-05-2002 a las 03:18, Tom Allison escribió:
> IIRC, ssh includes the tcpwrapper for access.  This means that it also 
> looks as the /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny files.
> I want to configure sshd such that it allows certain domains to be accepted.
> I was adding "sshd: .domainname.com" to the hosts.allow file, but 
> tcpdchk complains that it's not a wrappered application.
	This is because you don't have sshd in inetd.conf. Ignore the message.

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