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Old 11-08-2005, 08:37 PM   #1
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SSH Inet.d

I want to install SSH on a RedHat Linux server so that it starts with inet.d. The overall idea is to have SSH listen on 2 different ports at the same time. SSH is already on the server listening on the default port.

I do not want to mess up my default SSH. Any idea how to approach this?


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You just need to start a second SSH daemon to listen to the second port. You can do that by starting sshd with the -f flag, which allows you to specify a configuration file. In that second config file, you just need to specify what port to listen to.


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