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SubjectRe: Kernel Module / Patch with implements "sshfs"
On Fri, Nov 09, 2001 at 04:26:07PM +0100, Thomas Foerster wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
> i came across the idea to mount a remote filesystem via SSH[1|2].
>
> I've seen a free program for Windows that implements parts of what i'm
> thinking of.
>
> Does someone know about a kernel module/patch to implement a "sshfs" ?
> (to be used with mount)
>
> What i want to do is to mount my webserver (external ip) from an internal
> system (internal ip).
>

Check out freeswan (www.freeswan.org). It adds IPsec support to the linux
kernel.

Once you have a tunnel setup with IPsec, you can use nfs, or whatever other
network file system over the internet safely...

Mike
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