limiting where a user can log in from

2004-06-13 Thread dave
Hello,
I've got a box that has two user's on it with no passwords, yes i know i
know that's a bad idea, but there it is. I only want them logging on via the
local network and not from telnet/ssh/anything related to the external
interface which is rl0. I believe i should use something to do with
login.access or login.conf, but am unsure as to what?
Thanks.
Dave.

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Re: limiting where a user can log in from

2004-06-13 Thread Thomas Farrell
What is the ip address of this server? and what accounts have no passwords?
you may want to take a look at the file /etc/hosts.allow
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 Hello,
 I've got a box that has two user's on it with no passwords, yes i know
i
 know that's a bad idea, but there it is. I only want them logging on via
the
 local network and not from telnet/ssh/anything related to the external
 interface which is rl0. I believe i should use something to do with
 login.access or login.conf, but am unsure as to what?
 Thanks.
 Dave.

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Re: limiting where a user can log in from

2004-06-13 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2004-06-14T01:26:09Z, dave [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 I've got a box that has two user's on it with no passwords, yes i know i
 know that's a bad idea, but there it is.

Full stop.  Don't do that.  Even if you think you *have* to, you really
don't.  There is nothing you could possibly be wanting to do that can only
be solved by having passwordless users.
-- 
Kirk Strauser

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Re: limiting where a user can log in from

2004-06-13 Thread Reed L. O'Brien
Please Please PLEASE DO NOT answer the questions below.
In fact PLEASE never ask such questions again.
Thomas Farrell wrote:
What is the ip address of this server? and what accounts have no passwords?
you may want to take a look at the file /etc/hosts.allow
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local network and not from telnet/ssh/anything related to the external
interface which is rl0. I believe i should use something to do with
login.access or login.conf, but am unsure as to what?
Thanks.
Dave.
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