Subject: Re: ssh - are you nuts?!?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/20/2000 04:47:29
On 17 Dec, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 17, 2000 at 05:03:46PM +0100, Mipam wrote:
>> > > Are there any more features that might make SSH valuable?
>> > TCP tunnelling.
>> Could be good point, however, in many cases you'll end up with tcp over tcp
>> which isnt a good idea. To point out one issue with that look here:
> No, because in case of ssh it's not the tcp packets which are carried by the
> tunnel but users data.
My understanding is "tunnel", as a concept in SSH, is a feature
of port forwarding. This seems like a good feature, but something
that is rarely usable. Am I mistaken?
>> To come back on ssh, two other advantadges (forgive my worse English) are
>> 1) RSA-based host authentication.
>> 2) Instead of giving in a username you can also use RSA based authentication
>> with a passphrase. It's shortly explained in ssh(1) (man 1 ssh).
>> In these days of the internet it's more like: RIP telnet :)
>> But ..... using ipsec and telnet isnt that bad.
> Yes, if the remote end supports ipsec.
Yes, but isn't that the same requirement from SSH?
That both ends support SSH (1 or 2 or both).