> From: Matt .
com (Matt Cohen)
> Date: Mon, 4 Oct 93 12:56:55 CDT
> Subject: Seeking remote access advice
> I'm trying to design a setup where more than a hundred users
> will be able to connect to our network through modems, public X.25
> services, and the Internet.
> Most of our users will have company-provided PC laptops that I
> can add software to, but a few connect from different platforms and
> some are vendors with unknown equipment who need more-or-less temporary
> access. Our internal hosts are largely Unix machines and X terminals.
You might want to try LAT's TermServ product. LAT TermServ
is a dial-in firewall program with remote access. It guards
access to an individual host, and can provide restricted
access to other hosts on the network. Features include
dial-in passwords, callback passwords, session tapping
(the recording of a modem's input/output), support
for standard protocols (telnet , rlogin, Hayes,
SLIP, PPP), multiple session support (a user may rlogin
or telnet to multiple hosts during one call and use
a "hotkey" to switch among hosts), configurable lock-out (for
users who exceed the maximum number of
failed login attempts), idle time-out detection, rich
management reports, no local host permissions, uucp dial-back and more.
LAT TermServ supports Sun SPARC systems running SunOS 4.x, HP
9000/300/400/700/800, SCO, and Pyramid.
Sorry about giving information that our company sells, but it seems to fit the
bill to your situation. If you need any more info - feel free to send me
_/ _/ _/_/_/ Gary Kremen, Executive VP
_/ _/ _/ _/ Los Altos Technologies, Inc.
_/ _/_/_/_/ _/ * The one stop for Unix Security *
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