Glen Barber wrote:
my pc gets ip address from dhcp server,
but on my pc, there is running
I want to make ssh to listen to only one
ip address, but if ip changes due to dhcp,
ssh server do not work properly.
I know, that dhcp is able to assign ip address
to client from some range e.g. 192.168.0.1-254
It is possible to do the same with ssh in case
that it is not possible to do it only with one ip?
Is this a local network, inside 192.168.0.0/24 ? Are you able to
configure a static IP for this machine?
If not, I wrote a little script that runs every 15 minutes via cron(8)
which gets my IP address, performs a diff(1) against a static file
containing the current IP. If the IP is different, it mails me the
new IP. However, this assumes that outside access is the problem,
not internal access.
I have a set of scripts I run when I know I have been handed a
different address; they're not pretty, but they change the IP for
sshd.conf and various stuff in bind.
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