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10.5: Set up OS X as an SSL-secured reverse proxy
Authored by: bodosom on Mar 16, '08 03:22:28PM

Isn't running OpenVPN a broader solution to this (and any similar) problem. In any case that's how I get to my home network including my TiVos.



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10.5: Set up OS X as an SSL-secured reverse proxy
Authored by: ianf on Mar 19, '08 03:46:55AM

Hi, Thanks for the comment, and yes it is one way this could be tackled. However, for my scenario I don't want to have to have a VPN client on the remote system. I may be attempting to access the TiVo from work or a web-cafe where local policy doesn't allow installing additional software. Or I may even want to access it from my mobile phone which wouldn't be able to run a VPN client.

Cheers,
Ian



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