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i have a basic question about general use of /etc/hosts.allow
is it possible to have multiple lines for the same protocol ?
right now i have 1 line for vsftpd like:
vsftpd: xxx1 , xxx2, xxx3 : allow
(where xxx1,2 and 3 are IP i want to allow)
it works but its easy to forget which ip belong to who ..
i'd like to do like this if its possible:
# john doe
vsftpd: xxxx1 : allow
vsftpd: xxxx2 : allow
vsftpd: xxxx3 : allow
is it possible ?