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- Anang Hudaya
March 2, 2004, 10:45 am
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I have a question on SSL,(it seems that I have forwarded to SSH group,
if somebody knows how to solve
this, please help me). I have 4 machines (2 in each subnet). Lets
named them A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2. A and B are different subnets. A.1 and
B.1 are both gateways, in which I have placed the OpenSSL client and
server. Both running linux. A.2 and B.2 are the client machines,
running on XP. Actually, I want to make a voip communication from A.2
to B.2 via openssl (A.1 - B.1). But it seems
that VoIP communications run on multiple ports (for channel setup and
RTP), I have to make port forwarding on A.1 and B.1,so that it goes
through the OpenSSL port. This is where the problem seems to appear. I
couldn't make it possible. I've tried using iptables but it seems that
it won't works.
Could somebody help me on this....
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