> The customer wants that a part of homepages in internal WWW server in city B
> will be provided for all users in the internet. So they want the external WWW
> server in city A can link these homepages from the internal WWW server as a
> part of its homepages and provide www service in the external WWW server.
> Meanwhile, the client from the internet needn't sepecify the proxy server or
> URL in their netscape browsers so that they can access the homepage in the
> external WWW server(including the homepages linked to the internal WWW server).
> Can the Gauntlet or Firewall-1 permit the configuration?
Technically, one can manage that in a number of ways in Gauntlet.
It is possible set some default server for the http proxy, so that
all connections coming on the firewall itself are forwarded to this default
server. Or, you may have a plug gateway on a specific port
on the firewall which would plug all connections to the internal
server. Or, you may run netacl on port 80 in order to distinguish
between inbound and outbound requests...
I belive there are a few more possibilities. Please see the
manual and http://www.tis.com/support.