On 03/13/99(02:39) you "AFRAAZ.HAIDER" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|Can Delegate be used as a proxy server on linux wherein the people can
|Telnet to the outside world just like they access the web through a proxy
Like most other application protocols except HTTP, Telnet protocol
was not desined considering proxying, thus you cannot use transparent
proxying for Telnet with original telnet clients.
I think there are two ways to do proxying for Telnet. If you have
a "SOCKSified" telnet client, you can use it with SOCKS-proxy.
Otherwise you can use some Telnet-proxy like DeleGate or FWTK,
for example with DeleGate;
delegated -P8023 SERVER=telnet
then connect this DeleGate from your Telnet client like
telnet delegate-host 8023
and then enter the destination host.
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