Re: Hostkeys for Interfaces?

From: Martin Schröder (ms_at_artcom-gmbh.de)
Date: 02/09/05

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    On 2005-02-07 12:23:40 +0100, Martin Schröder wrote:
    > But it would be even nicer if one could use a different hostkey
    > for different interfaces, since the cvs server will always run
    > on a special ip address. Is this possible now or is such a patch
    > likely?

    Thanks to those pointing towards solutions with multiple sshds,
    but that's not what I really want.

    sshd_config(5) mentions the possible of having multiple host key
    files -- does that mean one sshd can have multiple (different)
    host keys?

    Best regards
            Martin

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