you seem to not have tried this under 4.9 or not under jail.
In the host environment I haven't run anything else but sshd which is
bound to listen on the IP != jail environment. In the jail environment
it's not possible to bind on IP outside the jail. After googling a little
I found that this is because identd uses tcp_getcred() which won't leak
information to jail environment. There were a patch for 4.3 which made
identd work but the patch won't work on 4.9-STABLE.

If someone made identd work in jailed environment, please explain how.


On Thu, 25 Dec 2003, Matthew Seaman wrote:

> On Thu, Dec 25, 2003 at 01:28:12AM +0200, Alexander wrote:
> > did someone make identd work on 4.9-STABLE in jailed environment ?
> Don't see why it should cause any particular difficulties.  You'll
> need to run an instance of inetd(8) in each jail where you want ident
> capability.  All of those inetd(8)'s and any inetd(8) from the base
> system should be bound to specific IP addresses by using the '-a'
> option -- otherwise they all attempt to bind to INADDR_ANY and end up
> fighting each other.
> Eg: if your machine uses as it's principal IP and has an
> alias address of used by a jail, and you want inetd
> services in both, you would put:
>     inetd_enable="YES"
>     inetd_flags="-wW -a"
> in /etc/rc.conf on the host environment, and:
>     inetd_enable="YES"
>     inetd_flags="-wW -a"
>       Cheers,
>       Matthew
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