Make popa3d listen on specific interface
frank.reppin at boerde.de
Fri Aug 15 16:21:28 PDT 2003
Lowell Gilbert wrote:
> "Charles Howse" <chowse at charter.net> writes:
>>Below is a portion of netstat -an.
>>Notice that my pop server (popa3d) is listening on all interfaces.
>>tcp4 0 0 *.110 *.*
wouldn't it be possible to change this whilst editing
<params.h> within the source? I just downloaded popa3d
and it shows:
* The address and port to listen on.
#define DAEMON_ADDR "0.0.0.0" /* INADDR_ANY */
#define DAEMON_PORT 110
but I have to mention that I dunno if the port can handle this. :/ must
But at least it should be possible to bind popa3d to a specific interface.
>>I really don't need this, not doing any internet pop'ing, just doing LAN
>>Is there any way to make popa3d listen on 192.168.254.3?
> No. You need a smarter server for that.
> You can use a firewall to protect it, but it doesn't
> know or care about IP interfaces.
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