Iptables and Logins at boot-up
John J. Boyer
director at chpi.org
Sun Oct 10 21:41:06 UTC 2004
Sorry too, but that didn't work. Looking at the /etc/hosts.allow file I
see that I did carry out the instructions you gave earlier. However, the
only way I can get into this machine with ssh is to stop iptables.
Fortunately, my LAN is behind a firewall. I'll have to see how good it is.
I'm thinking seriously of downloading the CF2 disks from Speakup, but I'm
a bit concerned about the download tioe. Is there anything like Debian's
jigdo? Will I have to make floppies to use brltty during the installation?
On Sun, 10 Oct 2004, Janina Sajka wrote:
> John J. Boyer writes:
> > Cheryl,
> > I think I'll wait for fc3. What I want right now is step-by-step
> > instructions on how to change the iptable rules to let a single IP address
> > use ssh.
> I am very sorry, but I said the wrong file in my last post on this subject. You want to edit /etc/hosts.allow and do:
> sshd: [ip.address]
> PS: I did explain this earlier this week in this thread, too.
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