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#683
Posted: 07/12/2006 13:27:46
by C Jr (Basic support level)
Joined: 07/12/2006
Posts: 3

Hi,

I am starting to evaluate BlackBox in order to secure Telnet connections. Is there an example of doing so?
#686
Posted: 07/12/2006 14:05:22
by Eugene Mayevski (EldoS Corp.)

<SecureBlackbox>\Samples\SSH folder contains SimpleSSH example, which is what you need except that we didn't implement a terminal.


Sincerely yours
Eugene Mayevski
#688
Posted: 07/12/2006 14:26:45
by C Jr (Basic support level)
Joined: 07/12/2006
Posts: 3

First of all, thanks (how quick was the answer).

I think I didn't explained it well. What I really want to do is to use BlackBox SSH components to build a SSH Server that will authenticate and handle client connections, behaving exactly like a customized Telnet Server I already have programmed (using Indy IdTelnetServer component).

Conversely, I am looking for a way to get a customized SSH Server running, if possible using Indy IOHandlers in order to leverage the IdTelnetServer I already have programmed.

I tried the example located at the <Samples>/Server/ServerDemo, but it could not clarify the matter.

Thanks again,
#689
Posted: 07/12/2006 14:45:03
by Eugene Mayevski (EldoS Corp.)

There's \Samples\SSH\Server\Indy\ folder with Chat samples for Indy 9 and Indy 10. They are based on SSH IOHandlers.


Sincerely yours
Eugene Mayevski
#690
Posted: 07/12/2006 14:59:00
by C Jr (Basic support level)
Joined: 07/12/2006
Posts: 3

One more question:

I was reading the Indy examples and found the code below (at the tcpServerExecute event):
Code
if not Assigned(Client.SSHCSIOHandler) then
  begin
    AThread.Connection.Disconnect;
    Exit;
  end;

Does that mean that if I use a IdServerIOHandler, I must use also an IdClientIOHandler (in other words, the client and the server must use Indy)?

Thanks,
#691
Posted: 07/12/2006 15:20:52
by Eugene Mayevski (EldoS Corp.)

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C Jr wrote:
Does that mean that if I use a IdServerIOHandler, I must use also an IdClientIOHandler (in other words, the client and the server must use Indy)?


I don't see why you came to such conclusion. While the chat sample shows both client and server use, nothing prevents you from implementing just a server ...


Sincerely yours
Eugene Mayevski
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