HELP: Running X/Mosaic from behind a firewall (Colin Panisset)
From: (Colin Panisset)
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Subject: HELP: Running X/Mosaic from behind a firewall 
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1993 11:10:12 +1000 (EST)
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  I've just joined this list, and it looks like it could be a good
  place to start; I'd like to be able to run X/Mosaic (current version
  1.2) over a firewall to the Real Net. At the moment, we've got a 
  proxy TCP/IP and FTP server set up on a machine on the other side,
  so actually getting the packets out and in isn't too much of a problem.

  My question is: has anyone successfully done this before? If so,
  can you offer any hints? Tips? Pointers? Dereferences? 

  If you're just going to say: "It can't be done", then I'd rather not
  hear; at least that way, I don't know that anyone thinks its 
  impossible; I might even get it to work.

      -- Colin.

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