list admins, please corect me if I'm wrong.
Since this list is intended for 'Linux security discussions', I
really do not know why MS worms and viruses are discussed here.
The same holds for spam you get as a result of posting to this list.
Please reduce the traffic to discussions that are related to Linux _and_
security, not _only_ security, crap related to MS products or spam (for
that issue I would contact the list admins - they can ban spammers from
the list, I cannot).
P.S.: Please don't cc me, I'm on the list.
I was looking for a solution concurrently in the web - but didn't find anything that answers my question .
imho, this should work :
iptables -A OUTPUT -t nat -o eth1 -j MASQUERADE
but I get following error :
iptables: Invalid argument
Martin Peikert <list(a)nolog.org> schrieb am 27.01.2004 10:59:13:
> BLeonhardt(a)analytek.de wrote:
> > how do I masquerade / source-nat locally generated packets with iptables - any hints ?
> rtfm and the HowTos you'll find at netfilter.org. Next time try google
> first before asking '31337' questions.
I allow ssh access to a number of accounts on one of
my servers from a list of IP addresses, but I don't
really want people to be using this service outside
normal working hours..
I'm restricting access to these accounts thus:
In /etc/pam.d/sshd, add:
account required pam_time.so
In /etc/security/time.conf, add:
All well and good, BUT... I can't log in!
(And yes, it _is_ a weekday between 9am and 5pm....)
Given that the only system change is the addition of
that line, and that in /var/log/messages I see:
Jan 27 12:07:13 carbon pam_time: garbled syntax; expected name (rule
Jan 27 12:07:13 carbon sshd: PAM rejected by account
configuration: Permission denied
I'm using SLES 8, and my pam package is version 0.76-109
Does the positioning of the line in pam.d/sshd matter
that much? It's currently the last "account" line, but
it was the first "account" line.
(And no, Mr PromotionFactory, I don't want to be on
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This is the whois info. Maybe this could be posted on a few newsgroups,
I'm sure they would like to get the additional phone calls.
Lockhart Design (LMTIZXWXGD)
7505 Big Buck Trail
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Domain Name: PROMOTIONFACTORY.NET
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Record expires on 19-Aug-2004.
Record created on 19-Aug-2003.
Database last updated on 27-Jan-2004 07:16:01 EST.
Domain servers in listed order:
This comes back from ARIN
kens:~ # whois 126.96.36.199
Time Warner Telecom TWTC-NETBLK-4 (NET-66-192-0-0-1)
188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206
Charlotte Colocation TWTC-CHRL-C-CHCO-00 (NET-66-193-8-0-1)
220.127.116.11 - 18.104.22.168
Perhaps a complaint to Time Warner would be in order.
unix user since 1989
linux user since 1994
SuSE user since 1998 (5.2)
i got the same message too from lists.suse.com.
the source is:
Received: from lists.suse.com (lists.suse.com [22.214.171.124])
but did you (all) receive the same e-mail ?
I am trying to get Freeswan to work with my SuSE 8.1 Pro installation. My kernel does not have KLIPS support, so I am trying to
recompile it. I got the files from the http://www.suse.de/~garloff/linux/FreeSWAN/ website and I am still coming up blank.
I downloaded and installed the following files via YaST2
I then issued the following commands
# cd /usr/src/linux
# make xconfig
(left all the default settings in xconfig)
# make dep
# make bzImage
# cd /usr/src/kernel-module/zz_freeswan
# make xgo
As I understand it, at this point, I should be able to go to the NETWORK OPTIONS in the xconfig and selection the options for
FreeSwan and IPSEC. However, I do not have any options for FreeSwan anywhere in the configuration window! I do not understand why
this is the case. I am new to kernel configs, so any information would be helpful!