You could make a fairly easy work-around. Let remote users do a TELNET session
to an internal (or in the DMZ) server where they can logon. On this server you
start a TALK session to a user-definable internal user @
(Don't give them a
This way you have only the telnet protocol over the firewall and the performance
last but not least you can use all authentication techniques already available
for your regular telnet session.
Just a thought,
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Subject: Re: Talk Proxy???
Author: Brent @
COM (Brent Chapman) at SMTP
Date: 5/9/95 21:15
At 11:58 AM 9/5/95, Glen Larwill wrote:
>Has anyone created a Talk proxy that works with the TIS FWTK? We have a
>large number of users that are complaining becuase our firewalls cannot