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[DeleGate-En] proxy for ntp through udprelay ?
09 Apr 1999 18:07:08 GMT "Horia Georgescu" <pyqaabdyi.ml@ml.delegate.org>


Hi
Is that possible?
I tried the suggested example and some variations on the same theme
 delegated -P123/udp SERVER=udprelay://ntpserver:123/ )
and the delegate is hanging in this status:
<DeleGate/5.8.7 by ysato@etl.go.jp> [2869] -P0 READY
AIST Research Product No. 1994-ETL-8715-1
Copyright (c) 1994-1998 Yutaka Sato
Copyright (c) 1994-1998 Electrotechnical Laboratry (ETL), AIST, MITI
......................
04/09 10:53:08.11 [2869] 0+0: --INITIALIZATION DONE--
04/09 10:53:08.53 [2872] 0+0: -- Fork(bindTeleportVehicle): 2869 -> 2872
04/09 10:53:08.55 [2872] 0+0: >>>>>>>> tty7/teleport
04/09 10:53:08.88 [2872] 0+0: {T}.Teleport: tty7:0 [?:0] opened[0/1]
INVITE WhereIs/*

O.K. it looks like it wants teleport, which I understand has a more special
functionality. Why though?
So, is it possible to have someting like this, only:

Inside LAN: client ----->ntpdate request (port123)---------->firewall
(udprelay)-------------> ntpserver (Outside World - Internet)

Thanks
Horia Georgescu

PS: if someone uses delegate as nnntp/http gateway, I would appreciate some
feedback on Q # 376 in this list...Thanks.


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