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Re: ACL to block IPs
See slap.access(5) for details.
However, if you truly don't want to give any access to a particular
IP address, I suggest use of IP level filtering (e.g., firewalling)
instead of ACLs. I note that disabling 127.0.0.1 won't prevent
someone on the box from connecting otherwise.
At 12:23 AM 5/17/2004, MS wrote:
>I need to have a ACL to block all requests(r/w/s) from my localhost(127.0.0.1)
>Does the following do the expected:
>access to *
> by peername="ip=127\.0\.0\.1:.+" none
> by * none
>FYI:i am using ldap 2.1
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