On Sun, 2004-02-22 at 20:54, Ping Kwong wrote:
> And you can't do this with IPSEC or PPTP because?
... sometimes configuring a VPN just for this is impractical, when ssh
has security built in anyway. ESPECIALLY when the company has security
policies in place limiting VPN connections to an internal server,
therefore as I am not an employee - but a contractor - I am unable to
comply with their security policies.
> -----Original Message-----
> Actually, I'll toss my two bob in here. Personally, one thing I like
> aboot SmoothWall that m0n0wall doesn't have is ssh. It allows me to
> tunnel many things over ssh (as root) so I can play with a number of
> things - such as accessing the webGUI from external over ssh, running
> vnc over ssh to internal servers, and so on.
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