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Old 09-15-2001
Question restricted telnet sessions

On AIX 4.3.3 , how telnet access will be allowed to few users only whereas other will not be able to telnet the server?
# 2  
Old 09-15-2001
Passwords control telnet access.

IP filter rules (in firewalls, etc.) control IP address and port access to services.
# 3  
Old 09-15-2001
Data

Thanx for reply

But I want to restrict the telnet session at system level (ie. At AIX level).
Instead of filtering the IP address for particular users , is it possible that any user can telnet the server but any time maximum of 2 telnet sessions will be open.
# 4  
Old 09-15-2001
Hi amit,

Have you tried running the telnet daemon from xinetd?
xinetd allows very fine control of services, you can control: max instances, instances per ip/user, time at which access is allowed (for all users).
info on xinetd:http://www.synack.net/xinetd/faq.html

If your system and the telnet daemon is pam enabled you could set access controls in either the time.conf or limits.conf files.usually located in /etc/security.

info on pam time.conf can be found at the pam admin website:
http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/libs...-html/pam.html

Hope this helps.

Andy H Smilie
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Old 09-16-2001
Great reply Andy. We miss you when you are not posting and helping folks out with your knowledge and wisdom.
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Old 09-16-2001
Hi Neo,

Don't worry, I haven't lost interest in the forum, it's just I've been unemployed for a while and haven't felt like contributing.

Things are starting to look up for me, should be starting fulltime work next week.

Andy Smilie
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Old 09-19-2001
Hi Andy,

Thanx for reply

I will tell u the output after testing on Monday



Amit

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