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Re: Common operational misconceptions
From: Owen DeLong <owen () delong com>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 02:04:21 -0800
On Feb 19, 2012, at 5:21 PM, Mark Andrews wrote:
In message <201202200107.q1K17W5l000294 () aurora sol net>, Joe Greco writes:
I have running code to make the reverse translations, with
which protocols such as ftp with PORT commands are working.
No, I think you do not understand...
I have a NAT gateway with a single public address.
I have 15 FTP servers and 22 web servers behind it.
I want people to be able to go to ftp://<hostname> and/or =
http://<hostname> for each of them.
Your suggestion here would set many "security experts" heads on fire.
Whatever will they do when NAT doesn't make such things virtually
Time to write "How to use SRV with FTP". CGN is going to push
the extension of a whole lot of protocols.
That would be the worst case scenario, actually.
Re: Common operational misconceptions Ridwan Sami (Feb 17)