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Re: Not reading /etc/hosts.allow




On Mon, Oct 28, 2002 at 05:39:50PM -0500, Philip Ching (605.734.71) said sometin like...
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I have server: RH6.2/192.168.14.157   and 
>        client: RH6.0/192.168.14.154
> 
> I setup in the server: /etc/hosts.allow
> 	   	       192.168.14.154
> 
> and in     	       /etc/hosts.deny
> 	   	       All: All
> 

Chances are, your syntax is incorrect. You need to specify a daemon or all,
so your /etc/hosts.allow file should look like:

in.telnetd : 192.168.14.154

OR

ALL : 192.168.14.154 


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