In FW-1 proxy support it's available trought client authentication.
Anyway, in my opinion, the best way to do what you want it's using FW-1's
address translation togethet with Client Auth.
On Fri, 21 Feb 1997, Mike Bernhardt wrote:
> This is a minor question, but I don't want a sales pitch and then a
> referral to tech support, etc.-- does Firewall-1 do transparent tcp
> application proxying like Gauntlet does? If not, how do you get the same
> effect (proxying and hiding of internal host addresses) with Firewall-1? We
> have been evaluating Gauntlet, but there may be some pressure from above to
> buy Firewall-1. Doesn't matter why, so don't ask. Thanks in advance,
> Mike Bernhardt