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From: Martin Sckopke (m.sckopkegis-systemhaus.de)
Date: Fri May 10 2002 - 01:24:43 CDT
"Reckhard, Tobias" schrieb:
> > I implemented a telnet proxy by using the portforwarding
> > feature from openssh.
> > This gives you the advantage that you do not have to forward
> > packets on your firewall and some graet authentication schemes.
> The question remains as to whether that's a proxy... It's a
> circuit-level-gateway and therefore functionally closer to port forwarding
> than to an actual proxy, IMHO, since the connection isn't actually
> terminated, but instead, IP packets are simply sent on by the gateway. Feel
> free to correct me if I'm wrong.
I think so, too. What we actually want to do is forward tn3270
and that would not work with openssh - even though I'd like to have
encrypted connections with strong authentification ;-)
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