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Table 22-3: xinetd Attributes Description Controls the remote hosts to which the particular service is unavailable. Specifies the time intervals when the service is available. An interval has the form hour:min-hour:min. Specifies where the output of the service log is sent, either syslog facility (SYSLOG) or a file (FILE). Specifies the information that is logged when a server starts and stops. Information you can specify includes PID (server process ID), HOST (the remote host address), USERID (the remote user), EXIT (exit status and termination signal), and DURATION (duration of a service session). Specifies the information that is logged when a server cannot be started. Information you can specify includes HOST (the remote host address), USERID (user ID of the remote user), ATTEMPT (logs a failed attempt), RECORD (records information from the remote host to allow monitoring of attempts to access the server). Specifies the RPC version for an RPC service. Specifies the number for an UNLISTED RPC service. Defines environment variables for a service. The list of environment variables from xinetd's environment that will be passed to the server. Specifies the service port. Allows a TCP service to be redirected to another host. Allows a service to be bound to a specific interface on the machine. Synonym for bind. The name of a file to be displayed for a remote host when a connection to that service is established. The name of a file to be displayed at the remote host when a connection to that service is granted. Takes the name of a file to be displayed at the remote host when a connection to that service is denied. Allows access to groups the service has access to (yes or no). Specifies the list of service names to enable. Inserts the contents of a specified file as part of the configuration file. Takes a directory name in the form of "includedir /etc/xinetd.d". Every file inside that directory will be read sequentially as an xinetd configuration file, combining to form the xinetd configuration.
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The hosts.allow file holds hosts to which you allow access. If you want to allow access to all but a few specific hosts, you can specify ALL for a service in the hosts.allow file, but list the ones you are denying access to in the hosts.deny file. Using IP addresses instead of hostnames is more secure because hostnames can be compromised through the DNS records by spoofing attacks where an attacker pretends to be another host. Table 22-4: TCP Wrapper Wildcards Description Matches all hosts. Matches any host specified with just a host name without a domain name. Used to match on hosts in the local domain. Matches any user or host whose name or address is unknown. Matches any user or host whose name or address is known. Matches any host whose host name does not match its IP address. An operator that lets you provide exceptions to matches. It takes the form of list1 EXCEPT list2 where those hosts matched in list1 that are also matched in list2 are excluded.
Wildcard ALL LOCAL UNKNOWN KNOWN PARANOID EXCEPT
When xinetd receives a request for an FTP service, a TCP wrapper monitors the connection and starts up the in.ftpd server program. By default, all requests are allowed. To allow all requests specifically for the FTP service, you would enter the following in your /etc/hosts.allow file. The entry ALL:ALL opens your system to all hosts for all services.
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Note Originally, TCP Wrappers were managed by the tcpd daemon. However, xinetd has since integrated support for TCP Wrappers into its own program. You can explicitly invoke the tcpd daemon to handle services if you wish. The tcpd Man pages (man tcpd) provide more detailed information about tcpd.
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