On Wednesday 14 January 2004 09:49 pm, Nicolás de Bari Embríz G. R. wrote:
> Hello all.
>
> I want to secure the network traffic of the users on my LAN, I want to
> secure the MSN and ICQ data so people on the building can't use a sniffer
> and watch the conversations.
>
> I have something like this:
>
>
>     Internet                                Internet
>       ^                                       ^
>
>     router ( sniffer in here )                |
>
>
>
> FBSD server   <------ VPN/IPSEC  ------>   FBSD server on a secure network
>
>
>   Swith/hub
>
>
>     -----
>
>    | LAN |
>
>     -----
>
> Right now i have an tunnel with IPSEC to another FreeBSD Server the one is
> on a secure network and on a different building, what i was thinking to
> do, was to install a proxy on the Secure FreeBSD server and configure the
> MSN/ICQ clients to use that proxy so only that traffic could go out using
> the secure network.
>
> I would like to know if there is a better option for securing this
> communications, or if this idea is fine and what proxy software do you
> recommend to install for doing this.
>
> regards

What if you used a client on the FBSD server in the secure network via ssh and 
X forwarding?

Andrew Gould


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