> From: "Fernando P. Carolo Jr." <carolo @
> Date: Thu, 21 Mar 1996 14:25:43 -0300 (GMT-0300)
> Subject: Application proxies for NT
> I am looking for application proxies that run on Windows NT. Exactly
> what I need is FTP, HTTP and maybe telnet proxies, to be used by some
> machines in an internal network. The NT machine will act as bastion host,
> inside our DMZ. If anybody knows of such software, please let me know. In
> time: I have not yet tried MS Information Server.
> Before anyone starts to flame, please note that I am not willing to
> build a complete firewall using an NT machine. I only need the proxies,
> and I do not want to use a Unix machine, for a lot of reasons that do
> not belong here.
> Thanks to all,
> ___ ___m__o_o__m___
> Fernando P. Carolo Jr. <carolo @
> Opus Software Al. Santos, 1293 - 4o. andar - Sao Paulo - SP - Brasil
> Fone: (011) 288-7466 - Fax: (011) 288-0914
Check out WinGate, by Adrien de Croy of Qbik Software. Distrubuted as
timed shareware, minimal registration fee. (based on concurrent
It's a 32-bit Proxy server for SOCKS, HTTP, FTP, telnet, POP3, SMTP,
and NNTP. You may enable / disable any of the above.
I've used it on 95, it is should work on NT, but I don't know for
sure. It has *very* limited rules restrictions (IP address, host
string, URL string) to who may access it / where they may go, so having some
other firewall would be good.... you can keep your users away from
playboy/penthouse though <G>....
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