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Old 03-07-2002
Aix Security

Is there any way to revoke some IP address to connect to my AIX server 4.3.3.0 with telnet session?
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Old 03-07-2002
Yes. Install and configure tcp_wrappers or setup a firewall.
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Old 03-10-2002
PxT is correct. With tcp_wrappers, there is an /etc/hosts.allow (and/or /etc/hosts.deny file with examples). You basically deny an IP, or an entire IP block, or a domain, etc. by editing these files.

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Yes. Install and configure tcp_wrappers or setup a firewall.

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