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to the loop-back address 127.0.0.1. This is a shorthand for
specifying 127.0.0.1 with -i.
version is protected by the
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.if 'USE_DNS'yes' .ig
To allow connects from clients of the network 192.168. you could use
the following line in /etc/hosts.allow:
In order to avoid deadlocks, the
program does not attempt to look up the remote host name or user name, nor will
it try to match NIS netgroups. As a consequence only network number patterns
(or IP addresses) will work for portmap access control, do not use hostnames.
Notice that localhost will always be allowed access to the portmapper.
You have to use the daemon name
for the daemon name (even if the binary has a different name). For the
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Note that localhost will always be allowed access to the portmapper.
For further information please have a look at the
.Xr tcpd 8 ,
.Xr hosts_allow 5
.Xr hosts_access 5
.Sh SEE ALSO
.Xr inetd.conf 5 ,
.Xr rpcinfo 8 ,
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command appeared in
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