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