Re: Open SSH..
Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2003 13:29:43 -0700
Harald Mï¿½and wrote:
> I have a question which regards OpenSSH;
> I've set up a box with Red Hat 8.0 running, and want to access it remotely
> by SSH.
> SSH is now up and running nicely...:)
> Is it possible, and how, to restrict the access on IP level so only I can
> login from work ?
> from other places with the use of a RSA sertificate (if someone which
> don't have a legal certificate is trying to login, then the user is kicked
> out..) ?
Firewall. Iptables. By selecting options properly, no one will even be able
to try to log on except the authorized IP.
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