restricting ssh login based on IP
mianosm at gmail.com
Sun Feb 27 01:53:45 UTC 2011
If you can do it with two users, this would be a good time to use the
Owner having 7 (read/write/execute), and Group having 5 (read and execute).
I think everyone on the list would like to know the reasoning behind using
the same user account.
On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 04:31, Michael Zoet <Michael.Zoet at zoet.de> wrote:
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> Am 26.02.2011 10:21, schrieb Tapas Mishra:
> > On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 1:39 PM, Dan Sheffner <dsheffner at gmail.com>
> >> Like Michael said I would accomplish this with two users. Just off the
> >> of my head I would do:
> > No not two users it has to be same user who has to be restricted based
> > on IP from which he logs in.
> Normally I would say it is impossible, but I do not know everything
> about PAM, jails and so on. The file system persmissions are not based
> on the IP a user came from, so you need to tweak a lot! If I really
> had to do such things I would write a shell script that looks up from
> where the user came and setup the enviromnet accordingly and make this
> shell script the login shell. But this is lot of work and someone has
> to be very carefull...
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