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2.6. Configuring Services on the Real Servers

If the real servers are Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems, set the appropriate server daemons to activate at boot time. These daemons can include httpd for Web services or xinetd for FTP or Telnet services.
It may also be useful to access the real servers remotely, so the sshd daemon should also be installed and running.

 
 
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