[CentOS] FTPS setup problem
John R Pierce
pierce at hogranch.com
Fri Dec 19 18:34:20 UTC 2008
Bill Campbell wrote:
> As a rule, we require external developers to access our servers
> using OpenVPN which provides a simple means of getting secure
> access without having to deal with multiple server components.
and, at work, our GNOC guys use SSL-VPN's from Juniper, which for
business partners are highly restricted such that they can ONLY access
the specific server and services they have rights to. while I'm not in
the group that manages this, the guys who do are on my floor, and tell
me that the global management console makes managing all this a
breeze... we have dozens of firewalls as we're a 50000 employee global
manufacturing company, this is all under central control.
you mentioned FTP and FTPS... I prefer whenever possible to use
scp/sftp, as its much easier to forward through a NAT/Masquerade
firewall. I have no idea if Dreamweaver supports this, however.
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