• Subject: Re: Newbie question
  • From: "Roger Pence" <rp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1999 14:55:40 -0500

> On the contrary, someone wrote me privately that there is a new AS/400
> server that uses SSL.  Plus, the same person indicated that there is
> encrypted password authentication built into the (newest - 1) version of
> AS/400 telnet server.  You can read some RFC's that propose that
> (links on the tn5250 developer site).  Obviously things have progressed
> the proposal stage.

Although the TN5250E spec supports password encryption, the CA/400 team
never got around to implementing it, in any version of CA/400.

As of V4R4 OS/400, Telnet, FTP and several other servers do support SSL, but
only with an SSL-enabled client (which from IBM are only the V4R4 Express
client,  Personal Communications and IBM's Host On-Demand product).

For the adventuresome, IBM offers an "as-is" Telnet proxy server that
provides SSL for V4R2 and V4R3 on the Web.


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