Jails, IPs and identd
reddvinylene at gmail.com
Tue Aug 5 15:35:05 UTC 2008
Yeah but I'm using Bjoern Zeeb's multiple IP patch...
On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 4:43 PM, doug <doug at fledge.watson.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 5 Aug 2008, Redd Vinylene wrote:
>> I have a jail with multiple IPs. It runs identd, however it only works
>> from the jail's main IP:
>> auth stream tcp nowait root internal auth -r -f -n -o UNKNOWN -t 30
>> How do I make it work from absolutely all IPs?
>> Perhaps: auth stream tcp nowait root internal auth -r -f -n -o UNKNOWN
>> -t 30 -a <insert hundreds of ips here>?
>> Thank you all!
>> # man identd
>> -a Specify one specific IP address to bind to. Alternatively, a
>> hostname can be specified, in which case the IPv4 or IPv6
>> which corresponds to that hostname is used. Usually a hostname
>> is specified when inetd is run inside a jail(8), in which case
>> the hostname corresponds to that of the jail(8) environment.
>> When the hostname specification is used and both IPv4 and IPv6
>> bindings are desired, one entry with the appropriate protocol
>> type for each binding is required for each service in
>> /etc/inetd.conf. For example, a TCP-based service would need
>> entries, one using ``tcp4'' for the protocol and the other
>> ``tcp6''. See the explanation of the /etc/inetd.conf protocol
>> field below.
> It is my understanding you get one IP/jail and that multiple IPs are a work
> in progress. See
> A jail is characterized by four elements:
> * An IP address -- this will be assigned to the jail and cannot be changed
> any way during the jail's life span. The IP address of a jail is usually an
> alias address for an existing network interface, but this is not strictly
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