Il 09/01/2010 18:10, Theunis Potgieter ha scritto:
> Sorry to make things complicated, but would it not satisfy everybody
> needs if you could bind to an ip address, which could be any one you
> specify? For example, I would prefer mine to be bind to my eth0's ip
> for internal lan clients to connect, but not accessible via ppp0 for
> So I guess what I'm asking is, if you could start vdr with a listen
> parameter switch and could specify for each listen switch a source ip
> address or even a interface name?
> 2010/1/9 Manuel Reimer <manuel.rei...@gmx.de>:
>> I've attached a second patch. This patch changes VDR's svdrp port handling
>> in the following way: If only the localhost item is found in
>> svdrphosts.conf, then the port is attached to "INADDR_LOOPBACK", which makes
>> it impossible to reach the port from outside. As soon as even one additional
>> item is added, the port is opened to "INADDR_ANY", again, so the port is
>> accessible from network. This way, the default configuration of VDR is "rock
>> solid" and there should be no need to disable svdrp at all. We also have no
>> additional configuration mechanisms. The user only has to work with
>> svdrphosts.conf, as he did with previous VDR versions.
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>From a simple user (not a technical one) i appreciate an item menu so i
can set the local IP to enable, without need to modify configuration
files on the file system.
That's a simple, functional and easy solution, obvious IMHO.
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