SSL Telnet isn't a change to the LAN.  Starting up SSL Telnet will have
absolutely no effect on anything else on the LAN.

SSL Telnet is, more or less, a separate service running on the iSeries.
Running SSL Telnet won't prevent the use of normal Telnet.  They can run
at the same time without any conflicts.

In fact, that's what we do where I work, we run both SSL and regular
Telnet. Our firewall blocks normal telnet from the Internet.  People on
our LAN can still use normal telnet, since they don't go through the
firewall.


On Thu, 18 Mar 2004, Jim Franz wrote:
>
> David,  my real question is whether I can be SSL in remote access only,
> and not ssl telnet (client access) on the local lan? Customers are balking
> at both vpn or changing their local network to ssl, just so remote access
> is more secure.
> jim

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