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Manual Reference Pages  -  RPLAY.HOSTS (5)

NAME

rplay.hosts - rplay host authentication database

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Example
Files
Bugs

SYNOPSIS

/usr/local/etc/rplay.hosts

DESCRIPTION

The rplay.hosts file contains a list of hosts and access permissions which rplayd uses to validate incoming connections. Each line is of the form:
hostname[:permission]
where
hostname is the name of a remote host or a host’s IP address. Wildcards can be used within IP addresses to match multiple hosts. The wildcard character is "*".
permission is an optional field containing any combination of the following characters:
r the host can read sounds.
w the host can write sounds.
x the host can play, stop, pause, and continue sounds. This is normally called execute permission.
"rx" permissions are used when no permissions are specified.
 

EXAMPLE

#
# All hosts have read access:
#
*:r

# # Trusted hosts: # nice-guy.sdsu.edu:rwx friend.sdsu.edu:rwx amigo.sdsu.edu:rwx 130.191.224.224:rwx

# # Hosts which can read and execute: # foo.bar.com:rx 130.190.*:rx 146.244.234.*:rx using.default.perms.edu

FILES

/usr/local/etc/rplay.hosts

SEE ALSO

rplayd(1)

BUGS

The permissions for an "*" entry apply to all matching hosts. The order of this file does not matter. Specific hosts can have access disabled with entries like:

bad.guy.edu:

however, any matching "*" entries will still apply.

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