Wed Jul 9 08:15:01 2003
But if you had "+10.0.60.101" wouldn't it only accept a connection from that IP anyway, all others would be rejected? So does it need
to have "-10.0.60.100" in there?
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au> Subject: RE: AuthHosts syntax
The - sign means deny and the + sign means accept. For example an authhosts
string which shows "-10.0.60.100:+10.0.60.101:?10.0.60.102" means that the
ip address 10.0.60.100 can not use vnc where as 10.0.60.101 can. 10.0.60.102
has the ability to use vnc but will require authorisation on the users end.
by the way, in a string you use a : to seperate ip addresses. Another
example, if your script shows "-" then no ip address will be able to use
vnc. This is good to stop all unwanted connections. To specify a connection
you want to be available you simply add the ip address. eg "-:+10.0.60.100"
in this string only 10.0.60.100 can use vnc.
From: William Hooper [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, 8 July 2003 6:50 PM
Subject: Re: AuthHosts syntax
> I have a question along the same lines. The syntax used for AuthHosts is
> I know the ? means it asks the user if they want to accept the incoming
> connection, but what's the difference between the + and - (plus
> & minus) it doesn't explain what they do under
AuthHosts is controlled by the QuerySetting value (BTW the new page is at
http://www.realvnc.com/winvnc.html , even though this is covered on the
old page). By default, "+:Accept, ?:Query, -:Reject".
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