The firewall just needs to allow port 1352 from the internal network to the
webserver address and vice versa.  If you open port 1352 to the webserver
from the outside, you'd be able to use your Notes client through the
internet.  Hope this helps.

Thanks,

Dave Guerrero
Senior Consultant e-Business Solutions
Computech Resources, Inc.



                                                                                
                                        
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           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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