Subject: Re: securing NetBSD<->Solaris
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 09/01/2000 14:31:01
>>I have some questions about using a set of NetBSD client machines
>>(running ~1.5) against a Solaris server (2.6) for file and authentication
>>services. The problem is aggravated by the fact that the clients are
>>dual-boot PCs (public lab machines - I can hear you scream!).
>> * Is there some way to do "secure" NFS between NetBSD and Solaris?
>> Kerberized NFS? How does one set these up?
> just checking, "secure" meaning "wiretap-proof"? i was about to
> suggest ipsec, but as solaris 2.6 has no ipsec (am I correct) it is
> not possible.
correct. solaris 2.8 (aka solaris 8) has it, but the use of des is (i
believe) only available as a separate patch.
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