[stunnel-users] openvms and stunnel

Carter Browne cbcs at comcast.net
Wed Apr 8 18:16:01 CEST 2015


The configuration:

[telnet]
accept = 999
connect = x.x.x.x:993
client = no

will provide that.

If you want a single input port to access multiple destinations:

[telnet]
accept = 999
connect = x.x.x.x:993
connect = x.x.x.y:993
connect = x.x.x.z:993
client = no
And the destinations will be assigned on a round robin basis.

If each destination is a distinct connection then

[telnet1]
accept = 999
connect = x.x.x.x:993
client = no

[telnet2]
accept = 1999
connect = x.x.x.y:993
client = no

[telnet3]
accept = 2999
connect = x.x.x.z:993
client = no

Carter

On 4/8/2015 12:02 PM, Coviello, Paul wrote:
> Setup an incoming encrypted link from a windows telnet session to openvms.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: stunnel-users [mailto:stunnel-users-bounces at stunnel.org] On Behalf Of Carter Browne
> Sent: Wednesday, April 08, 2015 12:00 PM
> To: stunnel-users at stunnel.org
> Subject: Re: [stunnel-users] openvms and stunnel
>
> Paul,
>
> What are you trying to do:
>
> Set up an incoming encrypted link to an outgoing unencrypted link?
> Set up an incoming unencrypted link to an outgoing encrypted link?
> Something else?
>
> Carter
>
>
>
> On 4/8/2015 11:49 AM, Coviello, Paul wrote:
>> Let me see so I need to do the following.
>>> connect = 192.168.0.1:993
>>> connect = 192.168.20.140:993
>>> connect = 192.168.xx.xxx:993
>>> connect = 192.168.xx.xxy:993
>> Thanks
>> Paul
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: stunnel-users [mailto:stunnel-users-bounces at stunnel.org] On Behalf Of Ludolf Holzheid
>> Sent: Wednesday, April 08, 2015 11:35 AM
>> To: stunnel-users at stunnel.org
>> Subject: Re: [stunnel-users] openvms and stunnel
>>
>> On Wed, 2015-04-08 11:18:43 -0400, Coviello, Paul wrote:
>>> Hello
>>>
>>> I'm trying to setup stunnel 4.20 yes it is an old version but the only one on HP's website for VMS.
>>>
>>> I need a little help in the conf files.
>>>
>>> Since I will be using telnet, do I need to put in each machines ip address that will be connecting? So in the example below do I create a listing of connects?
>>>
>>> [telnet]
>>> accept  = 999
>>> connect = 192.168.0.1:993
>> Paul,
>>
>> the configuration above makes stunnel listen on local port 999, accepting connections from all IP addresses and forwards the traffic to port 993 of the box with IP address 192.168.0.1.
>>
>> Depending on the 'client = ...' statement, stunnel expects the traffic at port 999 to be encrypted (server mode, client = no, default), or at port 993 (client mode, client = yes).
>>
>> Any access control may be implemented via libwrap and (in server mode) via restriction of the accepted certificates.
>>
>> HTH,
>>
>> Ludolf
>>

-- 
Carter Browne
cbrowne at cbcs-usa.com



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