Has anyone had any success setting up wIntegrate 5.1 to connect to a uniVerse 10.1 server using the Telnet via SSL feature.
I have not done it but here is a write up IBM put out in a newsletter on how to make a SSH tunnel. I think this is what you were looking for as opposed to SSL.
Using SSH security with wIntegrate
*Secure Shell (SSH), sometimes known as Secure Socket Shell, is a Unix-based command interface and protocol for securely getting access to a remote computer. It is widely used by network administrators to control Web and other kinds of servers remotely. SSH is actually a suite of three utilities - slogin, ssh, and scp - that are secure versions of the earlier UNIX utilities, rlogin, rsh, and rcp. SSH commands are encrypted and secure in several ways. Both ends of the client/server connection are authenticated using a digital certificate, and passwords are protected by being encrypted.
SSH uses RSA public key cryptography for both connection and authentication. Encryption algorithms include Blowfish, DES, and IDEA. IDEA is the default.
wIntegrate does not provide support for SSH, however, you can download a free implementation of telnet and SSH for Windows, then modify the wIntegrate Dialer script to use it.
Our thanks to Ian Renfrew of Peartree Software for this tip!
PuTTY is a free Win32 telnet/SSH client that can be downloaded from the following URL:
Install it to the wIntegrate home directory.
Using any text editor, modify \<wIntegrate home>\wintsys\script\dialer.wis.
To have the Dialer start automatically when you open the session, add the entry 'wIntsys\Script\Dialer.wis' to the list of scripts to load. Otherwise, simply click Run | Dialer on the wIntegrate menu.
To use SSH, start a wIntegrate session. In the Dialer dialog, select an entry that has a number to dial in the format:
PuTTY starts and you login to the system running SSH on the server side. Once you have logged in via PuTTY, access the wIntegrate session window. Press return to establish a connection to the telnet IP address.
This will allow you to easily implement a secure connection using SSH. **Note, PuTTY is not provided nor supported by IBM.
If Match(Dialer.NumberToDial,"1N0N'.'1N0N'.'1N0N'.'1N0N") Then Configure Port = "Windows Sockets" Host=Dialer.NumberToDial PortOpen = 1 Update Enter Else If Match(Dialer.NumberToDial,"1N0N'.'1N0N'.'1N0N'.'1N0N':22'") Then NumberToDial = Field(Dialer.NumberToDial,":",1) Dialog RunProgram Set Filename = Appdir: "Putty.exe" Set Arguments = "-ssh ": NumberToDial: " -L 2323:": NumberToDial:":23" Invoke Configure Port = "Windows Sockets" Host="127.0.0.1" TelnetPort="2323" PortOpen = 1 Update Enter Else If Match(Dialer.NumberToDial,"1N0N'.'1N0N'.'1N0N'.'1N0N':22: '1N0N'.'1N0N'.'1N0N'.'1N0N") Then NumberToDial = Field(Dialer.NumberToDial,":",1) IPAddress = Field(Dialer.NumberToDial,":",3) Dialog RunProgram Set Filename = Appdir: "Putty.exe" Set Arguments = "-ssh ": NumberToDial: " -L 2323:": IPAddress:":23" Invoke Configure Port = "Windows Sockets" Host="127.0.0.1" TelnetPort="2323" PortOpen = 1 Update Enter Else Enter 'ath' Enter Dialer.Prefix:Dialer.NumberToDial EndIf EndIf EndIf
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