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That's a bit pointless, since it's always possible to do something like
tar cz /home/blah | ssh remote@host "tar xz" , i.e. tar something to
stdout, pipe through ssh and untar there from stdin.

Odaniel, Jim (Mission Systems) wrote:
> Hi,=20
> I have a unique ssh/sftp requirement. I have two networks
> separated by a firewall. I would like to allow anyone on my "internal"=

> network to ssh to my "external" network but I would like to control who=

> is allowed to sftp/scp files from my internal network to my external
> network. How can I do this? Is there a way to do this if my firewall
> doesn't support controlling such an activity? Will setting up some kin=

> of internal proxy/port forwarding server do the trick?=20
> =20
> The version that I am using is:
> OpenSSH_4.1, OpenSSL 0.9.7e 25 Oct 2004
> HP-UX Secure Shell - A.04.00.000=20
> Thanks for your help!=20
> Jim O'Daniel=20
> Unix Systems Administrator Northrop Grumman=20
> =20

Q: How does the Polish Constitution differ from the American?
A: Under the Polish Constitution citizens are guaranteed freedom of
speech, but under the United States constitution they are
guaranteed freedom after speech.
-- being told in Poland, 1987

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