innfeed bindaddress only in top scope, why?
rra at stanford.edu
Thu Aug 16 18:18:45 UTC 2001
S P Zeidler <spz at serpens.de> writes:
> as far as I can discern from a hasty look at the source the innfeed.conf
> bindaddress parameter is only valid in the top scope, but not in host
> scope. I see no obvious reason why it shouldn't be definable per-group
> or per-host, am I missing something?
I think it's mostly just that no one's written the code in innfeed to
implement per-host bind addresses.
> While we're at feeding programs .. does the 'no crypto hooks' point still
> hold true? otherwise I'd have a updated patch to generate a innsxmit
> (SSL innxmit) for INN 2.3.2/OpenSSL. Same site to feed that caused Heiko
> to write the patch in the first place, still not gotten rid of it. ;-}
Well, given that we now include SSL hooks for nnrpd, we appear to already
be including crypto hooks. :) At some point we should let the US
government know that we're distributing crypto source code. Hm. Will
have to remember to take care of that.
Russ Allbery (rra at stanford.edu) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>
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