Changed SSH default port and disabled root login. Client didn't save the new port can't login/connect to it now
Working on my centos server. Connecting via putty. Changed SSH default port and disabled root login. But the client didn't save the new port and defaulted back to 22 (my new one was 42650 or something ...
DISCLAIMER: I know how to run daemons that either listen on ports <1024 by using privbind or some iptables REDIRECT. Or more generally spoken, how to make daemons available on priviliged ports that ...
Is there a way on Linux (CentOS if that matters) to enable regular users to use ports below 1024? (open listening TCP socket on that port) Currently I understand that only root has privileges to use ...