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Re: Problem with SWAT



On Sat, 2004-05-29 at 12:51, Gene Heskett wrote:

> Ok, and to what do I change this line to?  The actual 192.168.etc.etc 
> address of this machine?  Or can one make a comma seperated list?

from "man xinetd.conf"

only_from  determines  the  remote  hosts to which the particular
           service is available.  Its  value  is  a  list  of  IP
           addresses which can be specified in any combination of
           the following ways:
                                                                                
           a)   a numeric address in the form of %d.%d.%d.%d.  If
                the  rightmost components are 0, they are treated
                as wildcards (for example,  128.138.12.0  matches
                all  hosts  on  the  128.138.12 subnet).  0.0.0.0
                matches all Internet addresses.  IPv6  hosts  may
                be specified in the form of abcd:ef01::2345:6789.
                The rightmost rule for IPv4  addresses  does  not
                apply to IPv6 addresses.
                                                                                
           b)   a    factorized    address   in   the   form   of
                %d.%d.%d.{%d,%d,...}.  There is no need for all 4
                components (i.e. %d.%d.{%d,%d,...%d} is also ok).
                However, the factorized part must be at  the  end
                of the address.  This form does not work for IPv6
                hosts.
                                                                                
           c)   a network name (from  /etc/networks).  This  form
                does not work for IPv6 hosts.
                                                                                
           d)   a  host  name.   When  a  connection  is  made to
                xinetd, a reverse lookup is  performed,  and  the
                canonical name returned is compared to the speci-
                fied host name.  You may also use domain names in
                the  form  of .domain.com.  If the reverse lookup
                of the clientâs IP is within .domain.com, a match
                occurs.

Luc Bouchard
                                                                                
                        e)   an  ip  address/netmask  range  in  the  form  of
                             1.2.3.4/32.  IPv6 address/netmask ranges  in  the
                             form of 1234::/46 are also valid.
                                                                                
                        Specifying  this  attribute  without a value makes the
                        service available to nobody.




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