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Re: SSH with TCP Wrappers



Hi!

Yes,I was surprised when see that SSH used /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny,and for this I was thinking 
about use xinetd too,but was impossible in any way.Hosts.* Its enough for me,but I was interessed in know 
if is possible.

Thanks to all answers.

Josep


Begin of Quote Jesse Keating :
>On Friday 06 December 2002 14:38, jdow wrote:
>> 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.
>
>Actually, sshd is compiled against libwrap.  So you can use /etc/hosts.foo to 
>control access to ssh.
>
>You'd be suprised how many things are compiled against libwrap.





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