5.2: Solaris 10 x86 x-11 forwarding fails, assign requested address
Seth.Ellsworth at quest.com
Tue May 25 09:43:32 EST 2010
That works, and setting listen-addrs to only IPV4 address works as well.
This is in a package I provide to multiple distinct customers, and would prefer to fix it in a way that 'just works' across the board. Meaning no config needed, and still allows IPV6 if desired.
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From: openssh-unix-dev-bounces+seth.ellsworth=quest.com at mindrot.org [mailto:openssh-unix-dev-bounces+seth.ellsworth=quest.com at mindrot.org] On Behalf Of Peter Stuge
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2010 4:55 PM
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Subject: Re: 5.2: Solaris 10 x86 x-11 forwarding fails, assign requested address
Seth Ellsworth wrote:
> So, how do I fix this so I keep the needed behavior but don't
> introduce the vulnerability?
> Am I approaching this wrong, and this shows a mis-configured
> machine? ( happens on multiple machines, all default setups
> connected to IPV4 networks ).
If they are only connected with v4 but your kernel has v6 support
enabled then try running sshd -4 to make sshd only use v4.
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