INN remote access via standard login?

INN remote access via standard login?

Post by David Kosbi » Tue, 22 Aug 2000 04:00:00

Anyone have some idea how we might configure INN (or any other
reasonable nntp server) so that we can access it over the web via our
standard username/password in /etc/shadow (much the way mail works
already)?  Right now we are restricting access (in nnrp.access) via IP
address, but we would like to do away with this and go with user

Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks much.

David Kosbie


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