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SubjectRe: [OFFTOPIC] Secure network fileserving Linux <-> Linux
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Jamie Lokier <lk@tantalophile.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> Jesse Pollard wrote:
> > > Kerberos won't help either - The only parts of NFS that were kerberized
> > > was the initial mount. Everything else uses filehandles/UDP. Encryption
> > > doesn't help either - slows the entire network down too much.
> >
> > I disagree! First of all you can always use NFS over TCP, so much for
> > "every thing else uses filehandles/UDP". (No that this improves security,
> > but it can improve reliability!)
>
> It can improve security if you use NFS over TCP over SSL...
>
> That may be easier to configure than IPSec in some environments.

take a look at sfs: http://www.fs.net/


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