Andrea Venturoli ha scritto:
B. Cook ha scritto:
As I am not knowledgeable about AS/400's I do not know if there is an
openssh/sshd app that could be put on there.
AS/400 supports telnet over SSL, though I never found it to be in use.
If they can not find some form of sshd to put on the AS/400
Normally it all boils down to: they could, but will not bother to (they
probably never used it and don't have experience with it, anyway).
I could give people access to a FreeBSD via ssh and then have them use
'something' to connect to it.
I would not do so, since you would need local users on the FreeBSD box,
which I usually try and avoid.
> Is there some terminal emulator that I would have to give them?
If you really want to go this way, tn5250 is in ports.
VPNs (with whatever technology) might be a better solution.
I forgot: altough I never tried this, you may want to experiment with
stunnel to allow for telnet/SSL on the client side, without the need to
enable it on the server side.
Disadvantage is, you lose the ability to discriminate which user can
connect from the outside and which cannot.
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