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Re: Login problem when using LDAP based authentication

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Login problem when using LDAP based authentication
Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 14:18:34 -0500 (EST)

Tom Plunket writes:
> Or, since it apparently works as a local user, the server is
> running but the ports are blocked or something.  That all depends
> on your platform, but places to start are /etc/hosts.allow,
> /etc/hosts.deny and any firewalling software you might have set
> up (such as ipchains or iptables on Linux).

Those kinds of problems usually lead to a timeout or EOF from server.  A
refused connection means that you were able to contact the server and it
refused your connection.  Firewalls prevent you from contacting the
server at all and /etc/hosts.* don't take effect until after the
connection is established (but before the server is started).

-Larry Jones

Just when I thought this junk was beginning to make sense. -- Calvin

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