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ssh on different interfaces
  • From: V.Bargsten <beer@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 28 May 2006 14:35:17 +0200
  • Message-id: <1371155722.20060528143517@xxxxxxxxxx>
Hi suse-security,

at the moment i use ssh to administrate a suse linux 9.3 server from
the local network. the sshd is not accessible from any externel interface.
(the server acts as gateway to the internet)
but now exists a need of getting access to a service of one
client machine from the internet, which i want to be secured via
ssh-tunnel. the problem now is that i want different options for ssh
listening on the local interface and the external one. for example the
login from the external if should only be possible for a special group
with key-athentication and should not listen on port 22 while the login
from the internal network should be less secured and can accessible via a
normal password-auth.
whats the best way to do this? should i start 2 sshd and create a 2nd
(rc)sshd in init.d with different options?

Mit freundlichen GrĂ¼ssen
V. Bargsten

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