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Re: Question on the safety sharing NFS with untrusted machines.

Quoting Dast (cfy1@ra.msstate.edu):

> My problem is, I need to have a network mount shared between a machine
> in the DMZ ("untrusted") and machines in the internal network.
> Hosting NFS on the ipmasq box is not an option for me.
Any chance you could use AFS or SFS for this, instead?  As Mike Renfro 
points out, you're creating an intermachine dependency between the 
bastion host and the inside machine no matter how you do it, but at 
least, with those, the mount and resource-access traffic is not as 

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Rick Moen                                              -- Don Marti

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