Re: Host based authentication and /etc/hosts.equiv
From: Richard E. Silverman (res_at_qoxp.net)
Date: 14 Jul 2005 10:53:20 -0400
>>>>> "MS" == mike salehi@gmail com <email@example.com> writes:
MS> What do you mean by authenticate,
In hostbased authentication, the server authenticates the client host's
identity by means of its host key.
MS> I can do the foward and reverse resolution through DNS.
Whether you can "do" it is not the issue; it's whether the results match
what's needed for hostbased authentication. Read the link I sent you and
check the details as described.
MS> I do not see anything in the syslog output that is bad either.
Then run the server in debug mode. It's rejecting the connection; find
out why instead of just guessing.
-- Richard Silverman firstname.lastname@example.org