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Re: connection problem

Randy Kunkee wrote:

> > > Secondly, did you by any chance enable TCP wrappers?  You will need to
> > > modifiy /etc/hosts.allow to allow your remote hosts for slapd (including,
> > > apparently, localhost).
> > >
> >
> > Hmm. I think that slapd listen on port, not start from inetd.
> No, but if your installation was built using --enable-wrappers, it reads
> and obeys hosts.{allow,deny} without being run from inetd.  That's what
> the feature means.  Slapd is not something that could be run from inetd
> anyway.  Check the code in servers/slapd/daemon.c, and you'll
> see that the only way you could get that message is if wrapper support
> is enabled.  So, you either need to configure /etc/hosts.allow or rebuild
> without --enable-wrappers.  If you disagree, send the results of a
> "head config.status" from the build directory in your next email.

Yes. I build it with wrappers :)

Thank you!

Dmitry Melekhov