ssh stream tcp nowait/20/4/10 root /usr/sbin/sshd sshd -i
into /etc/inetd.conf set a limit of
* 20 overall ssh connections
* 4 connection attempts per minute
* at most 10 connections from a single IP
This works very well on a personal server, not sure how it scales up.
So if I copy over some files via scp, I can lock myself out. Fun stuff ;)
The comment was based on a 'personal' server for logins.
How 'bout you explain why SCP would break this so the OP understands...
Otherwise, explain why running an FTP session through one of the
server's SSH tunnels wouldn't be equally viable to running an unlimited
number of SCP sessions over normal TCP ;)
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