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thanks a lot for this information! This seems to be exactly what I was
looking for. I think that I'll have to do some testing over the weekend
now ... 

(btw, right now I think that it can also be done with only one
IP-address [by specifying different ports in the sshd_config-files - and
configuring the firewall to only allow internal or external traffic to
the according port]; but it wont't hurt if I really should need to use
two IP-addresses anyway)

Thanks again!
P.S. BTW: Did I overlook that in any manual/documentation ??? (" ...
don't read documentation voluntarily" ;-)

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: pam-list-bounces redhat com 
> [mailto:pam-list-bounces redhat com] Im Auftrag von Gary Algier
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 08. April 2004 22:43
> An: Pluggable Authentication Modules
> Betreff: Re: AW: Pam configuration files
> Debian-User wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > 
> > concerning the "Pam configuration files" issue, I would 
> like to ask if
> > there is a way to tell ssh (via different config-files) to 
> use different
> > authentication methods (ie to use a special pam_service-name)
> Sascha:
> The pam service used by sshd is derived from argv[0] as passed to the
> sshd startup command.
> You should be able to do this:
>      cd /usr/sbin
>      ln sshd gatewaysshd
>      cd /etc/sshd
>      cp sshd_config gatewaysshd_config
> Then edit the first to only listen to an address only accessible from
> the inside and edit the second to listen to an address accessible from
> the outside (you need two IP addresses, by the way).  The second
> should be more restrictive.
>      Then make a copy of the rc script and doctor it to
>      invoke the new sshd as:
>          /usr/sbin/gatewaysshd -f /etc/ssh/gatewaysshd_config
> [...]
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