check tcp wrapper configuration
tcpdchk [-a] [-d]
[-i inet_conf] [-v]
tcpdchk examines your tcp wrapper configuration and reports all
potential and real problems it can find. The program examines the
tcpd access control files (by default, these are
/etc/inet/hosts.deny), and compares the
entries in these files against entries in the inetd
network configuration file.
Among the problems that
tcpdchk reports are non-existent pathnames; services
that appear in tcpd access control rules, but are not controlled
by tcpd; services that should not be wrapped; non-existent host
names or non-internet address forms; occurrences of host aliases
instead of official host names; hosts with a name/address conflict;
inappropriate use of wildcard patterns; inappropriate use of
NIS netgroups or references to non-existent NIS
netgroups; references to non-existent options; and
invalid arguments to options.
Where possible, tcpdchk provides a helpful suggestion to fix the
tcpdchk understands the following options:
Report access control rules that permit access without an explicit
Examine hosts.allow and hosts.deny files in the current
directory instead of the default ones.
Specify this option if tcpdchk is unable to find your
inetd.conf network configuration file, or when
you suspect that the program uses the wrong one.
Display the contents of each access control rule. Daemon lists, client
lists, shell commands and options are shown in a pretty-printed format.
This makes it easier for you to spot any discrepancies between what you
want and what the program understands.
Wietse Venema (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Department of Mathematics and Computing Science,
Eindhoven University of Technology
Den Dolech 2, P.O. Box 513,
5600 MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
© 2004 The SCO Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004