David A. Mason
david.mason at miis.edu
Fri Mar 9 23:46:36 GMT 2001
I wouldn't be surprised if your ISP's DSL network were using internal
addresses (such as 192.168.) in addition to resolvable IP's for its DSL
customers. I know that this is the case at my ISP.
From: samba-admin at us5.samba.org [mailto:samba-admin at us5.samba.org]On
Behalf Of Michael Blinn
Sent: Friday, March 09, 2001 14:44
To: Nestler, David J.
Cc: 'samba at us5.samba.org'
Subject: Re: Redhat Security
I would like to address this same question. Though I have "hosts allow
=192.168." AND "interfaces = eth1 192.168.168.2/23 127.0.0.1/24" lines in
my smb.conf file, other DSL customers using my same ISP are apparently
sync'ing with my nmbd over my public eth0 interface.
I know I can block everything out using ipchains (and will!) however I'm
currently testing a new VPN setup and want to keep things open to rule
that out as a source of blocking. Can I perhaps be using the parameters
Should I also use the "bind interfaces only" parameter?
People Places, Inc.
On Fri, 9 Mar 2001, Nestler, David J. wrote:
> Does anyone happen to know any good ways of securing my linux box from
> people outside our network?
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