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Old 08-18-2005
hosts.allow & hosts.deny

Hi!

Im trying to use host.allow & host.deny to resrtic access to my sun machine, but it doesnt seem to work... I want to allow full access from certain IPīs (ssh,http,ftp,etc...) but deny all kind of conections from outsideworld, the way that im doing that is:

hosts.allow

ALL:127.0.0.1
ALL:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
ALL:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
ALL:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
ALL:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

hosts.deny

ALL:ALL

But i can access my server from anywhere in the intranet, what im doing wrong??

Iīm using Solaris9


Thanks!
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Old 08-18-2005
iirc, the hosts.* files are for x/inetd control. If you are running your daemons in standalone mode, afaik, these files have no effect. Look into iptables or whatever solaris' equivalent may be.
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Old 08-18-2005
Are you just putting the files there, or is tcp wrappers installed?
 
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