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Our application runs on 2-node Sun cluster and it provides an IP service to the Clients. This IP service is available at cluster IP address:<ip_address> via port:<port>. We want to block this service for clients at certain times, due to various reasons. How exactly this can be done? I can understand that, we can use 'IP filtering' to do this. I would like to know whether this can be done using Solaris, Sun Cluster commands itself....

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    Default Blocking IP services using Solaris, Sun cluster commands

    Our application runs on 2-node Sun cluster and it provides an IP
    service to the Clients. This IP service is available at cluster IP
    address:<ip_address> via port:<port>. We want to block this service for
    clients at certain times, due to various reasons. How exactly this can
    be done? I can understand that, we can use 'IP filtering' to do this. I
    would like to know whether this can be done using Solaris, Sun Cluster
    commands itself.

    qazmlp1209@rediffmail.com Guest

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    Default Re: Blocking IP services using Solaris, Sun cluster commands

    In article <googlegroups.com>,
    <com> wrote:
    :Our application runs on 2-node Sun cluster and it provides an IP
    :service to the Clients. This IP service is available at cluster IP
    :address:<ip_address> via port:<port>. We want to block this service for
    :clients at certain times, due to various reasons. How exactly this can
    :be done? I can understand that, we can use 'IP filtering' to do this. I
    :would like to know whether this can be done using Solaris, Sun Cluster
    :commands itself.

    It's been years since I used Solaris, so I cannot give you the
    most modern of answers. The traditional answer would be to use
    Weitse's "tcp wrappers" if the idea is to be selective about who
    you will accept. If you want to turn off the service to clients
    entirely during those time ranges, you could have a cron tab entry
    stopped the service or which commented it in/out of inetd.conf

    --
    Any sufficiently old bug becomes a feature.
    Walter Guest

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    Default Re: Blocking IP services using Solaris, Sun cluster commands

    In article <d7gnr1$5po$cc.umanitoba.ca>,
    Walter Roberson <nrc-cnrc.gc.ca> wrote:
     

    I'd say that's the traditional answer of those who don't care about
    performance, do not really care about security, and do not control
    their own applications. Better answers start with looking at the
    application's authentication and authorization controls, including
    modifying the application to have some if necessary.


    Vernon Schryver com
    Vernon Guest

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