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Socking UDP port?

Hi, I have a doubt. My customer is sourced in net A, and he needs to reach net C, passing through net B, because the politics in the company where I work, doesn't allow direct access from net A to net C.

Ok, but the user wants to use TFTP from his laptop to transfer files to a machine placed in net C. How can I open a firewall rule so he can reach the destiny in net C via TFTP? Can I use a sock server for a UDP port??

The scheme:

NET A (source) <-> NET B (middle network) <-> NET C (destination)

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Re: Socking UDP port?

will configuring an acl to block all other traffic in NET B(middle network) except the tftp traffic, work out in this case...

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Re: Socking UDP port?

The user only wanted to transfer files, so instead of using TFTP, we advised him to do it over FTP, which is allowed.

But, the question remains... is it possible to sock an UDP port? I've never tried...

Greetings!

Mariano.

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