Hmmm - that might solve my problem. My problem is that I have a computer on
a network that needs to access the Internet. I have another computer on the
same network that is also on the Internet. Now what I tried doing is
setting up the computer hooked to the Internet to be a DeleGate, and setting
up the other computer as a SOCKS client. That works well, except on the
client I can't use protocols such as FTP (non-passive), NetMeeting, DirectX,
and things like that which expect incoming connections which are being
blocked by the DeleGate. How can you work around this? Is there a setting
on the SOCKS server that can do this, or does VSAP do the job? Basically I
need to let incoming connections go through the DeleGate and onto the client
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Yutaka Sato)
Sent: April 16, 2001 1:45:57 PM GMT
Subject: Re: [DeleGate-En] What is VSAP?
On 04/16/01(07:29) you James Johnston <email@example.com> wrote
|I cannot find any information on it at all on the Internet. What is it?
VSAP is a tentative protocol which realizes accepting connections
(from clients) at remote host, like Socks protocol realizes connecting
connections (to servers) at remote host.
for a little more details.