At 5:57 PM +0100 9/12/10, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
On Sun, 2010-09-12 at 12:55 -0400, tedd wrote:
Can a business have a server connected to the Internet but limit
access to just their employees? I don't mean a password protected
scheme, but rather the server being totally closed to the outside
world other than to their internal employees? Or is this something
that can only be provided by a LAN with no Internet connection?
Not entirely sure what you're asking, but could you maybe achieve
something like this with a WAN using a VPN?
I'm sure this is an obvious question for many on this list, but I'm
not above showing my ignorance.
I guess what I am asking -- if a client wanted an application written
(in web languages) so that their employees could link all their
different computers together and share/use information using
browsers, is that possible using a server that is not connected to
Look, I know that I can solve my clients problems by finding a host
and writing scripts to do what they want -- that's not a problem. But
everything I do is open to the world. Sure I can provide some level
of security, but nothing like the security that can be provided
behind closed and locked doors.
So, can I do what I do (i.e., programming) without having a host? Can
I install a local server at my clients location and interface all
their computers to use the server without them ever being connected
to the Internet?
Maybe I should ask my grandson. :-)
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