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I am running centos 4 update 5. I want to limit user connection(maximum 10
simultaneous connection are only allowed) to server
(for telnet & ssh sessions).In the mean time i like to remove all dead and
idle connections(ssh & telnet session) of more that 24 hours.


Any one guide me how to do this.

Regards
Lingu


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  • Lanny Marcus at Sep 24, 2008 at 11:46 pm

    On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 8:08 AM, lingu wrote:
    I am running centos 4 update 5. I want to limit user connection(maximum 10
    simultaneous connection are only allowed) to server
    (for telnet & ssh sessions).In the mean time i like to remove all dead and
    idle connections(ssh & telnet session) of more that 24 hours.
    I don't think you should be using telnet, for security reasons. SSH is
    much better.
  • Richard Karhuse at Sep 25, 2008 at 11:18 pm

    On 9/24/08, lingu wrote:
    *I am running centos 4 update 5. I want to limit user connection(maximum
    10 simultaneous connection are only allowed) to server
    (for telnet & ssh sessions).In the mean time i like to remove all dead and
    idle connections(ssh & telnet session) of more that 24 hours.*

    Sorry that no one has help you yet on this.

    Check-out limits.conf (e.g., "man limits.conf").

    This will allow you to limit the number of concurrent user
    logins.

    -rak-
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  • Partha chowdhury at Sep 26, 2008 at 2:30 am

    lingu wrote:

    Dear all,


    *
    I am running centos 4 update 5. I want to limit user connection(maximum
    10 simultaneous connection are only allowed) to server
    (for telnet & ssh sessions).In the mean time i like to remove all dead
    and idle connections(ssh & telnet session) of more that 24 hours.


    Any one guide me how to do this.

    Regards
    Lingu


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    for telnet, intall telnet-server and in /etc/xinetd.d/telnet , append
    instances=<number> total number of instances and per_source=<number>,the
    number of simultaneous connections per IP address - it can not exceed
    the total number of instances.

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