RE: How can I use sshd to satisfy my needs?

From: Hoff, Dustin-BLS CTR (Hoff.Dustin@bls.gov)
Date: 03/26/03

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    From: "Hoff, Dustin-BLS CTR" <Hoff.Dustin@bls.gov>
    To: "'Marcos D. Marado Torres'" <marado@student.dei.uc.pt>
    Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2003 14:42:26 -0500
    
    

    From: Marcos D. Marado Torres [mailto:marado@student.dei.uc.pt]
    Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2003 12:49 PM

    >
    > Greetings,
    >
    > I'm looking forward to a way of running a ssh deamon in a
    > machine so that people who connects to it would be instantly
    > redirected (without any kind of autentication) to a port
    > using telnet protocol... (OK, this must sound a bit
    > confusing, I'll try to explain:)
    >
    > user -----> remote host ------> same remote host
    > ssh telnet
    >
    > In this way, for the user, making >ssh remote.host (some
    > port)> would result in the same thing as doing <telnet
    > remote.host (other port)>, getting the bennefict of having
    > the connection to "remote.host" encrypted.
    >

    Marcos,
    I don't know why you would want to do this, but SSH won't work; each user
    would need to authenticate through ssh (login or PAM) before opening the
    encrypted tunnel.

    You should look at IPsec if you really need to use telnet over an encrypted
    connection.

    Dustin


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