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SubjectRe: transparent-proxy
Herbert Rosmanith ( wrote:
: but can't I do the same by using the ip-masquerading option ?
: for telnet, I can achieve the same results with masquerading.

No, cause the Telnet Proxy can ask an authirisation server and a log-module
to check if the connection is allowed. This is like temporary Firewall-rules
in some sophisticated packet-filters.

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