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RPLAY.HOSTS(5)		      File Formats Manual		RPLAY.HOSTS(5)

NAME
       rplay.hosts - rplay host	authentication database

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/local/etc/rplay.hosts

DESCRIPTION
       The  rplay.hosts	 file  contains	a list of hosts	and access permissions
       which rplayd uses to validate incoming connections.  Each  line	is  of
       the form:

	      hostname[:permission]

       where

       hostname	      is  the  name  of	 a remote host or a host's IP address.
		      Wildcards	can be used within IP addresses	to match  mul-
		      tiple hosts.  The	wildcard character is "*".

       permission     is  an  optional field containing	any combination	of the
		      following	characters:

		      r	 the host can read sounds.

		      w	 the host can write sounds.

		      x	 the host can play, stop, pause, and continue  sounds.
			 This is normally called execute permission.

       "rx" permissions	are used when no permissions are specified.

EXAMPLE
       #
       # All hosts have	read access:
       #
       *:r

       #
       # Trusted hosts:
       #
       nice-guy.sdsu.edu:rwx
       friend.sdsu.edu:rwx
       amigo.sdsu.edu:rwx
       130.191.224.224:rwx

       #
       # Hosts which can read and execute:
       #
       foo.bar.com:rx
       130.190.*:rx
       146.244.234.*:rx
       using.default.perms.edu

FILES
       /usr/local/etc/rplay.hosts

SEE ALSO
       rplayd(1)

BUGS
       The  permissions	for an "*" entry apply to all matching hosts.  The or-
       der of this file	does not matter.  Specific hosts can have access  dis-
       abled with entries like:

       bad.guy.edu:

       however,	any matching "*" entries will still apply.

				   12/21/97			RPLAY.HOSTS(5)

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