If your talking about fixed site to site access between one or more Lotus
Notes Servers, You might consider looking at our IP Guard Box. Since it uses a
combination of security labels and cryptographic sealing at the IP
packet level, it basicly does IP packet authentication and integrity
checks between remote LANs. This also allows application access between
sites (NFS, RPC calls, remote X-Windows) that would normally be
considered too dangerous for conventional firewalls.
aka leonard @
GEMINI COMPUTERS INC
Web page www.geminisecure.com
On Wed, 29 Nov 1995, Lehrer, Neil wrote:
> lotus notes servers can be accessed through the internet using tcp/ip.
> does anyone have any thoughts on how to firewall this?
> are any proxies available?
> what would be the best way to handle access to a notes server inside the
> firewall by people outside?
> any comments would be welcomed. cc to my email would be great.
> thank you.
> + Neil Lehrer
> + U.S. Information Agency
> + Networks and Systems Support Division
> + voice 202 619-0903
> + fax 202 619-3883
> + internet nlehrer @
> + "oh what a tangled net we weave
> + when we seek to retrieve."