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hello frends.. i m using fedora core 6 and wanna some helps from you my frends.. here my problem USERS WILL LOGIN TO LINIX (ip) MACHINE AND WILL TELNET INTO ...
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    Lightbulb securing telnet session


    hello frends..

    i m using fedora core 6 and wanna some helps from you my frends..
    here my problem USERS WILL LOGIN TO LINIX (ip) MACHINE AND WILL TELNET INTO DIFFERENT NETWORK TOPOLOGY BASED ON HIS RESERVATION TIMINGS. HE SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO LOGIN TO OTHER TOPOLOGY WHICH USER HAS NOT RESERVED.

    is that possible in fedora and if yes then how.. i got one soltuion.. and is
    vim /etc/xined.d/telnet
    access_times = 18:00 - 19:00
    save the file..
    its is working but i wanna user different time and also kicked out after ending his time..

    please help me..

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    Iptables firewall with time module would be useful in this case. When you install iptables time module you'll be able to set up firewall rules restricting or allowing access to certain ports by time.

    To have this module, u to patch-o-matic. Here is topic at fedora forum:
    FedoraForum.org - iptables time module

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