On 03/30/03(21:35) you "Phillip Baker" <email@example.com> wrote
|However, I do need to try to lock down the access to the proxy, or before I
|know it, everyone will be using my proxy.
|I am aware of the PERMIT function, but my hostmask and ISP changes fairly
|often so this isn't a great solution for me. Is it possible to make the NNTP
|proxy require a username and password, but not pass these onto the actual
|server itself? (IE: The news server I am connecting to does not require a
|username and password, and if I specify one to it it will more than likely
An authentication server to restrict users of DeleGate (acting as a
proxy or origin server) can be added by a AUTHORIZER parameter
like follows for example.
With this, the DeleGate as a NNTP server requires AUTHINFO from client.
The authentication server should be a FTP server on your localhost.
for more details.
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