bscott at ntisys.com
Tue Dec 17 18:49:01 CST 2002
On Tue, 17 Dec 2002, at 5:43pm, eric at reaction-eng.com wrote:
>>> Is there any way to view or modify the number of connections somewhere on
>>> the system?
>> The connection rate limiting is controlled by xinetd. See the
>> /etc/xinetd.conf file, and the files in the /etc/xinetd.d/ directory.
> This is, of course, assuming that you *meant* to run telnet in the first
> place. Very insecure. Have you tried SSH?
I dunno about anyone else, but I use SSH (specifically, OpenSSH, and Putty
on those occasions I need to use MS-Windows) extensively. Telnet is
firewalled out from any network I admin, and is usually turned off
completely. We do still have a couple customers running it internally, on
their "trusted LAN", though.
Ben Scott <bscott at ntisys.com>
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