BLATANT CDOMMERCIALISM TO FOLLOW
Network Systems Corporation, a division of StorageTek, has two
products to allow exactly what you are asking to do. The Borderguard
and the Security Router. Each has a capability known as network control
facility. these devices can either be your firewall or set directly
behind your firewall, and establish authenticated encrypted sleeves
across the Internet to a like device on the far side. Various encryption
algorithms are available. look at the web site
[ Jim Wamsley, Network Engineering ]
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> From firewalls-owner @
COM Thu Sep 5 21:30 MDT 1996
> Date: Thu, 5 Sep 96 18:44:22 PST
> From: rich <raf @
> Subject: authenticated/encrypted sessions
> To: firewalls @
> X-Priority: 3 (Normal)
> Mime-Version: 1.0
> This should be a simple one (yeah right) that should generate lots
> of responses (I hope).
> I want to set up authenticated and encrypted tunnels through a
> firewall. the rub, NO COMMERCIAL products allowed. My thoughts --
> socks5 since I have to handle windows 3.1, win 95 and winNT apps
> as well as Unix.
> So, Comments? Suggestions? Strange Sounds?
> o' |,=./ `o
> (o o)
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