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NFR Wizards Archive: Re: H.323

Re: H.323

Joseph Pung (pungjosaquinas.edu)
Wed, 17 Mar 1999 13:18:15 -0500

Would requiring some sort of user authentication at the firewall give you
enough comfort? Worse case scenario is that at least you would know
who trashed your drive.


> On Mon, 15 Mar 1999 14:48:51 -0500, Chris Calabrese <christopher_calabresemerck.com> said:
> Chris> Everything I know about this comes from
> Chris> http://www.axent.com/product/rsbu/firewall/whatsnew.htm:
> Chris> Addition of H.323 Proxy. Fully compliant H.323 proxy has
> Chris> been added to ensure the safe traversal of multimedia protocols
> Chris> across the firewall. With H.323 support, applications such as
> Chris> Microsoft NetMeeting are ensured of data integrity during
> Chris> real-time multimedia sessions. H.323 is an umbrella standard
> Chris> for multimedia conferencing.
> Excellent. Do you know whether you can control it finely enough to --
> say -- allow read-only application sharing but disable MS-speak
> "collaboration" where someone can write to your shared doc and
> therefore write all over your disk? That would be a big win.

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