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diff -up nfs-utils-2.3.3/utils/mountd/mountd.man.orig nfs-utils-2.3.3/utils/mountd/mountd.man
--- nfs-utils-2.3.3/utils/mountd/mountd.man.orig	2018-09-06 14:09:08.000000000 -0400
+++ nfs-utils-2.3.3/utils/mountd/mountd.man	2018-10-26 09:53:10.005127368 -0400
@@ -232,36 +232,7 @@ section include
 which each have same same meaning as given by
 .BR rpc.nfsd (8).
 
-.SH TCP_WRAPPERS SUPPORT
-You can protect your
-.B rpc.mountd
-listeners using the
-.B tcp_wrapper
-library or
-.BR iptables (8).
-.PP
-Note that the
-.B tcp_wrapper
-library supports only IPv4 networking.
-.PP
-Add the hostnames of NFS peers that are allowed to access
-.B rpc.mountd
-to
-.IR /etc/hosts.allow .
-Use the daemon name
-.B mountd
-even if the
-.B rpc.mountd
-binary has a different name.
-.PP
-Hostnames used in either access file will be ignored when
-they can not be resolved into IP addresses.
-For further information see the
-.BR tcpd (8)
-and
-.BR hosts_access (5)
-man pages.
-.SS IPv6 and TI-RPC support
+.SH IPv6 and TI-RPC support
 TI-RPC is a pre-requisite for supporting NFS on IPv6.
 If TI-RPC support is built into
 .BR rpc.mountd ,
@@ -288,7 +259,6 @@ table of clients accessing server's expo
 .BR nfs (5),
 .BR nfs.conf (5),
 .BR tcpd (8),
-.BR hosts_access (5),
 .BR iptables (8),
 .BR netconfig (5)
 .sp
diff -up nfs-utils-2.3.3/utils/statd/statd.man.orig nfs-utils-2.3.3/utils/statd/statd.man
--- nfs-utils-2.3.3/utils/statd/statd.man.orig	2018-10-26 09:52:27.609358805 -0400
+++ nfs-utils-2.3.3/utils/statd/statd.man	2018-10-26 09:53:37.345978117 -0400
@@ -319,28 +319,6 @@ chooses, simply use
 .BR chown (1)
 to set the owner of
 the state directory.
-.PP
-You can also protect your
-.B rpc.statd
-listeners using the
-.B tcp_wrapper
-library or
-.BR iptables (8).
-To use the
-.B tcp_wrapper
-library, add the hostnames of peers that should be allowed access to
-.IR /etc/hosts.allow .
-Use the daemon name
-.B statd
-even if the
-.B rpc.statd
-binary has a different filename.
-.P
-For further information see the
-.BR tcpd (8)
-and
-.BR hosts_access (5)
-man pages.
 .SH ADDITIONAL NOTES
 Lock recovery after a reboot is critical to maintaining data integrity
 and preventing unnecessary application hangs.
@@ -445,7 +423,6 @@ network transport capability database
 .BR rpc.nfsd (8),
 .BR rpcbind (8),
 .BR tcpd (8),
-.BR hosts_access (5),
 .BR iptables (8),
 .BR netconfig (5)
 .sp