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Disabling access to SSH



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Hi All,

I'm trying to restrict access to my ssh server from the outside to
allow only two IP adresses and the internal lan ofcourse.
And deny access to everyone else.

People are trying the guess a username and password tactic a little
too much to my liking...

Do I use hosts.deny, hosts.allow for this? If so, which one takes
precedence?

Thanks,
Mark
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