> On Thu, 26 Jul 2007, Kenn Humborg wrote:
>> > Failing that, is there any way to setup OpenSSH to permit root
> > logins via eth1, but not via eth0? I don't want to enable root
> > logins from the Internet interface, but if I could allow root
> > logins from the LAN side,
>> So really, what you want to do is apply ACLs based on the /IP/
> addresses. Use tcpwrappers.
No, really what I want to do is have different SSH server options
depending on the source IP address. I know it can be done
by running multiple servers, but that's a bit of a PITA.
The PermitRootLogin without-passwords option will do what I
want, though. I didn't know it existed until today...
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