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Re: AS/400 connected to intranet and internet?


  • Subject: Re: AS/400 connected to intranet and internet?
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 17 Aug 1999 9:35:31 -0500

fixed

Perhaps you are forced to do it this way due to budgetary constraints?  We have 
a separate 400 for internet, one for intranet and Domino, one for development, 
one for production, ...

However, you can use the exit point programming.  Have your router forbid 
anyone coming in from the outside with an address that begins with (let's say) 
10.  Reserve this for internal.  Then use the telnet exit point programs to 
forbid anyone not using 10.  Of course you could buy exit point programs.  
However the pricing on some of them makes it more cost effective to purchase 
the second 400.




bvstone@taylorcorp.com on 08/17/99 09:11:45 AM
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Just wondering if anyone has done the following, or maybe has an idea of
another way to do it.

I was thinking about setting up an AS/400 to act as a web server for the
internet.  I also want to do developement on it and have it server as an
intranet server.  The thing is, on the internet side, I don't want someone
to be able to telnet to my IP address and get a signon screen.  But, I still
want to be able to signon to do work, so ending the Telnet server wouldn't
work.  Make sense?

How would this be done?  Two NICs?  Two IP addresses?  Maybe I'm barking up
the wrong tree.

Bradley V. Stone
Taylor Corporation - OASIS Programmer/Analyst   
bvstone@taylorcorp.com

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