This is a discussion on Re: [fw-wiz] Possible to do torrents through firewalls and via a - Firewalls ; -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On Sun, 27 Aug 2006, Linda AW wrote: > I don't know if this is possible, but I keep seeing all these > > "torrents" used to download various images. But I'm not only ...
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On Sun, 27 Aug 2006, Linda AW wrote:
> I don't know if this is possible, but I keep seeing all these
> "torrents" used to download various images. But I'm not only
> running behind a firewall, but behind a proxy as well, with my
> client computer running on an isolated, internal subnet.
> I think the major stumbling block is the bit about being behind
> a proxy server to get internet access. Are there any linux proxy
> servers, that can allow internal WinXP clients to access a torrent?
> I'm thinking that it should be possible to write firewall rules
> for my firewall to permit incoming connections as part of a torrent
> "session". I'm not so sure how many inbound connections it can
> associate with 1 outbound session (it's a Netscreen appliance, but
> I have an upgrade from it by juniper that I haven't put into operation
> Almost seems like a complete torrent client would need to be implemented
> on the firewall machine, that passes requests back to a client, but
> I'm not sufficiently knowledgeable to know if it's already been done,
> or is as difficult as it would appear to be...?
put a hardened box on the dmz, torrent from there, and pull the files
inside the FW via scp? There is no need to put the internal network at
risk of make the FW a open router for something like this.
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