Hypothetical situation for networks

Ray Arachelian sunder at brainlink.com
Thu Aug 14 08:50:54 PDT 1997

On Wed, 13 Aug 1997, Mike Jones wrote:

> Would make sense for them to use a type of NFS system, but is there an
> implimentation of secure (ie: encrypted) NFS available?
> OS doesn't really matter, as it is a hypothetical system, but we'll assume
> either some form of unix/linux, or perhaps winNT or novell NetWare.

Can NFS under solaris or linux be tunneled through SSH?  That would seem
feasable (that is if you can get SSH to tunnel a UDP...)   If not, you
could use microsoft's PPTP, but I wouldn't trust its cyphers.

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