client limit (100) reached, refusing connection from xx.xxx.x.26 OpenBSD 5.1

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client limit (100) reached, refusing connection from xx.xxx.x.26 OpenBSD 5.1

mottycruz
I see the following error in my firewall log:
client limit (100) reached, refusing connection from xx.xxx.x.26 (this
IP is on the firewall interface facing the public)
proxy cannot connect to server xx.xxx.x.48: No route to host

Thanks,
_Motty

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Re: client limit (100) reached, refusing connection from xx.xxx.x.26 OpenBSD 5.1

Jeremie Courreges-Anglas-2
Motty Cruz <[hidden email]> writes:

> I see the following error in my firewall log:
> client limit (100) reached, refusing connection from xx.xxx.x.26 (this
> IP is on the firewall interface facing the public)
> proxy cannot connect to server xx.xxx.x.48: No route to host

Looks like a log message from ftp-proxy(8); the max 100 sessions limit
is documented in the manpage.

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