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Re: [vox-tech] SSH On Home Network

--- ME <dugan@passwall.com> wrote:
> Jim Angstadt said:
> [likely need works with filters]
> > Could you give me a starting point for this,
> please.
> Mike Simmons has asked for the output from two
> commands in a response to
> this. This should help you along this path.
> In addition to his request, could you also pass the
> contents of the files:
> /etc/hosts.allow

sshd:  ALL
[I added this earlier, following directions in a Linux
Journal tech support article.  No apparent effect.]

> /etc/hosts.deny


> If they do not exist, or do not contain references
> to the number "22" or
> the word "ssh" then you do not need to include them
> here.
> There are several ways to implement filters with
> ssh. The mostl likely
> cause for the problems you face is one of iptables
> being configured with a
> very aggressive rule to stop incoming ssh traffic.
> (Conclusions on this
> will be addressed when you provide the output of the
> iptables command he
> asked for.)
> ssh also has a "built-in" for filtering. It is
> possible to build ssh with
> support for "tcp wrappers" which is why I wanted to
> also see the contents
> of /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny too.
> (I'm almost certain, that iptables is where the
> problem resides.)
> Thanks,
> -ME
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