Limit telnet to eth1?
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 15:22:45 -0600
I am using a linux box as my router/server/bottle washer...
Unfortunately, occassionaly I have to access it from the INSIDE of my
home LAN (physical security good) using Windows. I cannot get ssh to
work happily on windows, so this leave me with telnet. I would greatly
prefer not to have the WAN side of the box open to telnet (phyical
Can I limit telent to only listen on eth1 and ignore eth0? I asume this
is an iptables issue, but my skills there are still pretty poor.
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