• Subject: Connecting to Domino through a Firewall
  • From: Kristen DeMaria <KDeMaria@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2000 11:50:27 -0500


        Is there a way to connect to a Domino web server with Lotus Notes or
Designer without having telnet on the webserver?

        The connection would go like this (I hope the map comes through
okay):

                                Internet
                                             |
                                             |
                                       Router Firewall
                                             |
                                             |
                                          Hub
------------------------------->Domino Webserver
                                             |
|
                                             |
|
                                        Firewall
|
                                             |
|
                                             |
|
                                          Hub
--------------------------------> Another AS/400 that has telnet
                                             |
                                             |
                                PC with Domino Designer on it that needs to
connect to the Domino webserver

        The webserver will not have telnet on it.  Only the other AS/400.  I
can get a session on the webserver by doing a STRPASTHR from the other
AS/400, but that won’t work as far as Designer goes.  My question is, how do
I get the PC with Domino Designer on it to point to the webserver?  If I use
an IP address, will the firewall block me from it?  What does the firewall
have to pass without restricting? 


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