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Re: SSF and binds
Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
Have you tried making two clauses to the ACL?
access to <whatever>
by <DN> ssf=63 read
by peer=127.0.0.1 ssf=10 read
by * break
Well, yes. But this would only control access to a particular object
or set of objects. I'm talking about a bind operation. Is it possible
to specify different required SSF values depending on, e.g., the peer?
Alternatively, is it possible to adjust a particular server instance
so that it sees a connection from 127.0.0.1 as inherently strong (with
a high SSF)? I.e., is there a directive for this?
There are a lot of different ways I could phrase this, and a lot of
different scenarios I could cite. But I'm sure y'all get the idea.
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