On Sat, Jul 27, 2002 at 11:58:10AM -0700, Paul O'Neil wrote:
> If I want to use tcpd for ftp and only one user will ever ftp but I dont
> know what IP that user is because its dialup DHCP how do I setup tcpd for
> that user?
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tcpd is host based filtering/auth. so if the ip is dynamic, you can't
really use it. however ftp supports user based auth - actually it kind
of requires a user, so just set up an account for that person.
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