Limit client connections ssh

Ivailo Tanusheff i.tanusheff at
Wed Sep 28 00:42:33 PDT 2005

Better use firewall to protect the port from unwanted access.
This way you'll have better protection and also you'll have a trace of 
unsuccessful (and maybe successful) connection attempts :)

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Limit client connections ssh


I'm using ssh to connect me to fBSD server, how can I limit the client
connections?, I mean, I only only that the server(ssh) accept incoming
connections from a specific IP or IPs range?


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