From: Fernando Serto (fernando_at_serto.com.br)
Date: Sat 02 Aug 2003 - 12:56:55 BST
> > I'm not shure but sshd probly has that kind of feature
> That would be good.. any info?
well I really don't know if you can redirect ssh to the internal vservers,
but, for sure you can create something like this:
- the user fserto is the root owner of the www vserver
- on the root server, I created a shell like this (maybe /bin/fserto_shell):
/usr/bin/ssh 192.168.1.123 -lroot
- change fserto's shell on /etc/passwd to /bin/fserto_shell on the root
when the user connects to the root vserver using his username he would run
the ssh to the internal box:
root_at_skywalker:~# ssh skywalker -lfserto
Last login: Sat Aug 2 18:57:16 2003 from skywalker.serto.local
stupid?? I know you should not use this for a commercial environment,
but.... for a city council for example...
question: is there any security problems with this "first thing that poped
into my head" solution??