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Re: SSH with TCP Wrappers



sshd is not a tcpwrappers/xinetd thing. Delete the file you
created and issue the command "service sshd start". If sshd
is installed on your system this should be all it takes to get
it running.

However, running is not enough. You may also need to open a hole
for it in your firewall if you have one running.
{^_^}
        (Of course, I am not speaking from diret psyche experience.
        This might have been changed for psyche for reasons unknown.)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Josep M." <websurfer navegants com>

> Hi!
>
> I try of put my SSH (redhat 8.0 updated yesterday) with TCP
Wrappers,looking at the package
> requires "tcp wrappers",so I suppose will be compiled with,because read
hosts.allow and
> only give if allowed,i tried of put a file /etc/xinetd/ssh  and had not
result when I want control
> anything,SSH simply ignore these,oinly look hosts.allow .I tried these two
configurations:





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