>From: Gregory Wilkins[SMTP:greg @
>Sent: quinta-feira, 3 de abril de 1997 23:26
>To: firewalls @
>Subject: POP Server
>How does one setup the firewall to accept a POP protocol.
>I have a POP Server on the inside of my firewall on a "private" network,
>and want my users to be able to use Eudora or something to connect to my
>I can not move the POP server to the outside of the firewall, since it
>is an NT Server that is utilized for file and print services.
>Now the tricky part...my external DNS knows NOTHING about my internal
>network and it's hosts...so if I can get a POP protcol to pass thru the
>firewall, how will Eudora know where to find the popserver w/o DNS
>lookup, since the IP Addresses on the internal network is "bogus"?
Assuming that your firewall soft have something like TIS's plug-gw all
you have to do is setup a plug connecting port 110 of the firewall to
port 110 of your pop server.
The users would call the external ip addr of the firewall, so no DNS
Hope this helps...