Jeffrey Tadlock wrote:
Luke Macken wrote:
> I poked around at publictest2 last night, which doesn't seem to be
> public at all. I also was not able to get any traffic out. If
> has a free second, could you take a look at this?
It looks like the default gateway was set incorrectly on
corrected that and it seems to be working fine now.
Since it's public, I also installed denyhosts and set it to start
automatically. I also set sshd to only accept public key logins
I used to run DenyHosts on all my servers, but switched to Fail2ban
 because it creates (temporary) iptables rules instead of entries
in /etc/hosts.deny. Is there any particular reason you're chosing
DenyHosts over others? Do you use it's synchronization feature?