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- Bob Sterne
March 14, 2008, 2:50 am
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on my laptop, with "sshd: myLaptopDyndns.host.name" (redacted) in
hosts.allow on the server.
I thought hosts.allow took precedence over hosts.deny, but when I was
in China, it wouldn't let me log in. (I had to log into another
machine somewhere else to log into my server to take "sshd: .cn" out
and restart sshd, before it would work.)
Is hosts.allow supposed to override hosts.deny?
Or is the problem that dyndns-type addresses don't "reverse lookup"
from the dynamic IP?
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