From: Allen Parker (infowolfe_at_gmail.com)
Date: Wed 27 Apr 2005 - 10:51:19 BST
seems you haven't setup services on your main host to only bind to
10.0.0.1, which used to be a pre-requisite whenever setting up new
On 4/27/05, Gaz Wilson <dragon_at_dragons.org.uk> wrote:
> Hi all!
> I am running a single physical host, say 10.0.0.1 with a single vhost
> on, say 10.0.0.20.
> On the main host, I have ssh running to be able to get onto the machine
> to admin the vservers. Within the vserver, I do NOT have ssh running.
> When I nmap the machine (10.0.0.1), I get a list of ports, including SSH.
> When I nmap the vserver (10.0.0.20), I get the exact same list of ports
> as when I nmap the main server!!! I can even ssh to my vserver's IP
> and get logged into the physical host! This is no good to me for security
> reasons - so what have I done wrong? Why doesn't nmap'ing the vserver
> address only show the services which are running in the vserver? How
> does the vserver see whats running on the main host?
> Please xplain to me :)
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