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RE: Error with pam_access.so



Sorry if I'm being dense, but for telnet run out of inetd why not just tcp
wrappers?

jim

On Thu, 27 Aug 1998, Jeremy Bettis wrote:

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> Is there any auth module that can limit by ip number?
> 
> Telnet seems to ignore the account modules. I'd really like something
> like pam_tcp_wrappers...
> 
> > 	I had your same problem. To correct it you need to use
> > pam_access.so as an account module not an auth one, like this:
> > account required /lib/security/pam_access.so
> 
> > > I am trying to set up a system where clear text passwords are not
> > > passed over unsecure networks.  I want to allow S/KEY from
> anywhere
> > > but passwords only from the
> > > console or local networks.
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