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GO-Global for Unix 13 Years, 2 Months ago  
I have GO-Global for UNIX installed on Solaris.
We are using GO-Global clients for Winfows for access to Solaris.

Solaris server is located in private LAN.
We need connect new client to Solaris server. This client is located in Internet.

Is it possible to make new GO-global session from Client to Server over Cisco PIX with NAT??
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Re: GO-Global for Unix 13 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 2
I have GO-Global for UNIX installed on Solaris.
We are using GO-Global clients for Winfows for access to Solaris.

Solaris server is located in private LAN.
We need connect new client to Solaris server. This client is located in Internet.

Is it possible to make new GO-global session from Client to Server over Cisco PIX with NAT??


GO-Global for UNIX is designed to allow you to connect over whatever sort of intermediate network (VPN, firewall, etc.). So long as you can establish a socket connection, you should be able to run GO-Global for UNIX.

For testing purposes, I generally find that you can use "telnet" to test your connectivity, like:

[code:1]telnet ggux-server 491[/code:1]

If you get something like "Trying 123.456.789.012..." then "Connected." then your connectivity is established. You can press CTRL-], then q, then enter to disconnect (with telnet). If instead you get an error message (like "Connection refused." or "Connection timed out.") then typically this means you are not able to connect to the remote host.

Unfortunately, there isn't much detailed information I can give you about "Cisco PIX with NAT" but if I understand what you're asking, then the answer is yes, you can connect using it, so long as your Cisco is configured to properly handle the connection.

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