My impression is that this solution wouldn't work under Windows NT. Is this
"Yutaka Sato" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> On 01/23/01(07:31) you Rajiv Dulepet <email@example.com> wrote
> in <_A989@delegate-en.ML_>
> |Is there a SSH version of Delegate similar SSL version (SSLWAY) that I
> |incorporate for Telnet etc?
> I think "SSHway" specialized for DeleGate is not so necessary
> because there are other ways to utilize SSH with DeleGate.
> First, so called "port forwarding" of SSH can be used to relay
> the communication between two DeleGates, like follows:
> [hostD] [hostL] [hostR] [hostG]
> clients --- DeleGate --- ssh ============= sshd --- DeleGate --- servers
> hostG% delegated -P8888 RELIABLE=hostR
> hostL% ssh -L8000:hostG:8888 hostR
> hostD% delegated -P8021 MASTER=hostL:8000 SERVER=ftp
> hostD% delegated -P8023 MASTER=hostL:8000 SERVER=telent
> hostD% delegated -P8080 MASTER=hostL:8000 SERVER=http
> hostD% ...
> It is likely that hostD is the same with hostL, and hostR is the
> same with hostG.
> Another way to use SSH is described at:
> Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.delegate.org/~ysato/ @ @
> Computer Science Division, Electrotechnical Laboratory ( - )
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