• Subject: RE: as400 telnet access via NT on the internet
  • From: "Steve Bireley" <sbireley@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 13:53:35 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

Marty and Phil,

You could place an SSL application proxy on a server that listens for
connections from the internet on a public address, then proxies the
connections to the AS/400 on a different subnet in the clear.  An SSL
application proxy or redirector can provide SSL encryption for Telnet, FTP,
and HTTPS, access control, network isolation, user authentication, and load

Renex has such a product called the Renex Security Server.  A non expiring
evaluation copy can be downloaded from www.renex.com.  It is bundled with
and SSL FTP client.  The only limitations on the eval are 40-bit encryption
and 3 concurrent sessions.


Steve Bireley

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