Limit number of connections per user?
scott_n at xypro.com
Fri Apr 16 07:19:01 EST 2010
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Keisial [mailto:keisial at gmail.com]
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Goran Hasse [mailto:gorhas at gmail.com]
> >> Why do you want to do this! This is totaly against all
> >> praxis in a Unix environment! Users will bee VERY anyoyed. If they
> >> in from
> >> home and then go to some other place and try to login and the server
> >> says "rejected"
> >> they will just get mad. (In my opinion). And mostly because they
> >> understand
> >> the logic in this. A unix is a multiuser, mutli session environment.
> >> Scrap this idea!
> >> 2010/4/15 Scott Neugroschl <scott_n at xypro.com>:
> >>> because I have a customer who requested it?
> Try to reach ot the reason he wants it. I guess he really wants a
> which bans multiple unsuccessful login attempts. Not allowing Fred to
> twice could be done with PAM, but it would be like shooting itself in
> the foot.
> The users will still be able to run many programs (or just a single
> with an high load), and when their connection drops (as will happen if
> are not all in the same intranet) and they retry they will discover
> server hasn't noticed yet and they are locked out.
[[SAN]] What I'm really looking for is what Francois mentioned -- a ban
on simultaneous logins from multiple IPs.
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