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Subject: Re: Protecting EPICS IOCs on ethernet
From: Chip Watson <watson@jlab.org>
To: "John A. Priller" <priller@nscl.msu.edu>
Cc: "Tech-Talk (E-mail)" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 1999 08:48:28 -0500
John,

As others have said, Jefferson also uses the router/firewall technique. The
router refuses to route to the IOC's except from a designated list of machines
outside of that subnet which need access to a few signals.  This would be
my recommendation to you.

(We also use a CDEV gateway in the same way that APS uses a channel
access gateway; we have one gateway providing readonly access, and
another within the secured subnet with read/write access).

Chip



References:
Protecting EPICS IOCs on ethernet John A. Priller

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