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April 9, 2007, 1:28 pm
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Our applicaton has an inbuilt Telnet server (written in C - running in
In order to have the application more secure, we are planning to add
We first tried the Port Forwarding mechanism available in the OpenSSH.
Unfortunately, it seems that we have to login twice which is
acceptable with respect to our requirement.
Having said this, is it possible to use the libssh library along with
our Telnet server or is there any other way??
Thanks in Advance for your help
Re: Is it possible to use libssh in properitary telnet
Why not simply add an SSL layer if it's a proprietary protocol to begin
If your original implementation is in C and assuming you mean
"unacceptable", a library would certainly be the "proper" way to
implement encryption in a proprietary application, because of the
Having said that, your application shouldn't break over SSH tunnels in
the first place. If it does, there is something seriously wrong with
your implementation. Or do you mean you haven't created any
public/private ssh keys yet and need to login on the remote machine to
allow the port forwarding?
Why do I have this nagging hunch that you have no idea what you're doing?
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