firewall SOCKS https

gerard.briscoe@philips.com gerard.briscoe "at" philips.com
Thu, 14 Jun 2001 11:34:07 +0000


I would definately like to give it a try.......

Regards

G




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gerard.briscoe "at" philips.com wrote:
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> >Mindterm is a Java SSH client which supports HTTP proxy, perhaps your
firewall
> >would allow
> >using Mindterm. See http://www.mindbright.se/mindterm

The OP is using Socks, but that is also supported by Mindterm.

> >I am goign to try it....

Please let us know if this worked for you, and how you did it.

BTW, I have an (unpublished) Java VNC applet that can use the
browser configured proxy (HTTP or Socks) as an unsigned applet.
It is only any good with Socks though, so let me know if you'd
like to give it a try.

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