[stunnel-users] stunnel and hosts.allow

Jörg-Volker Peetz jvpeetz at web.de
Mon May 23 09:26:52 CEST 2011

Yes, you are right. "LOCAL EXCEPT PARANOID" is more restricting than a plain
"LOCAL". And thank you for reporting your solution and the explanation.
Best regards,

Yousef Alhashemi wrote, on 05/22/11 23:45:
> 2011/5/19 Jörg-Volker Peetz <jvpeetz at web.de <mailto:jvpeetz at web.de>>
>     Did you try something like
> I tried this but it doesn't work (and it's more restricting than a plain "LOCAL"
> anyway). But I figured it out. "LOCAL", as per the manpage, accepts any hostname
> that doesn't contain a dot in it. I'm so used to using "localhost" alone that I
> forgot that my full local hostname is rather localhost.localdomain, not
> localhost. I rarely use the full hostname. For example, even in most log files
> my hostname is usually listed as just "localhost".
> Anyway, "nntps: localhost.localdomain" fixed it for me. Sorry for the noise.
> ~Yousef
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