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Nov
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comment Difference between ServerName and ServerAlias
Perhaps yes, but plenty of software/utilities allow and use a wild card in the "name" to mean many and don't specify it in the manual (e.g. see "man cp"). To support your point the apache documentation does say "uniquely identify a virtual host" (for ServerName) and "may include wildcards" (for ServerAlias). However, my point, Apache doesn't complain of an invalid config when wild card is specified in the ServerName (perhaps it should) and my purpose in posting here was to aid others seeking to use the wildcard virtual host approach.
Mar
21
comment SSHD on RHEL 6.3: Is it possible to use RequiredAuthentications2 by subnet?
And works in openssh-5.3p1-84.1.el6! Thanks again for the pointer
Mar
21
comment SSHD on RHEL 6.3: Is it possible to use RequiredAuthentications2 by subnet?
I found that I couldn't get this to work on my RHEL 6.3 setup. All routes required a key authentication as well. Looks like there's a bug in OpenSSH link, which is fixed in openssh-5.3p1-84.1.el6
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Mar
15
comment SSHD on RHEL 6.3: Is it possible to use RequiredAuthentications2 by subnet?
Thanks, that looks like the very thing - and I see it in the manual now!! +1 (if I'm allowed)
Mar
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revised Difference between ServerName and ServerAlias
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