Peter, 

        Look at the IBM www.ics.raleigh.ibm.com, the NT version of the 
IBM firewall is documented, as well as VPN agent for Win/95. 

        JMS

On Wed, 14 Jan 1998, Peter Schaefer wrote:

> We're looking for a secure way to permit our users to gain 
> interactive access to our AS/400 via the Internet.  
> 
> After reading the promotional material for Microsoft's SNA Server, it 
> appears to be a viable solution:
> 
> Client <------Internet------>NT Server 4.0<-----LAN------>AS/400  
>                    (TCP/IP)               &                    (SNA)         
>                                            SNA Server 3.0
> 
> Anybody doing this?
> 
> Any gothcas?
> 
> What kind of encrytion is occurring between the client and the SNA 
> Server?  PPTP?
> 
> Any other alternative solutions?
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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