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From: Josh
Subject: RE: (no subject)
Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2002 23:20:44 +0200

I presume thats a no on a interface binding option. 
Atm I already have a chain in place. But, I would 
prefer the cvs-server process -not- to even listen on 
the second interface. 
I might do a inetd jail;)

Thanks Anyway

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Gianni Mariani
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 5:18 AM
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Subject: Re: (no subject)

You can do this using ip filtering.  Check out ipchains or iptables 
which is OT.


Josh wrote:

> As I am running the CVS server (v1.11.2 pserver) on a 
> (linux) machine with two network adapters I would very 
> much like to know if it is possible to bind the server 
> to a specific network interface?
> e.g.
>   eth0: <dyn-ip>
>   eth1: <dyn-ip>
> With the server only listening on the 'eth1' interface?
> Thanks, J.
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