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Re: [FW1] Checkpoint working with certificates
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Yes, there is.
You may integrate Securid authentication in a couple of ways, but you can
also use the VPN-1 Certificate manager, that includes Entrust engine and
allows you to authenticate your Securemote connections using it as your CA.
Hope this helps,
De: Elias, Steven (PCA) <SElias@NA2.US.ML.com>
Para: ''Fw-1-Mailinglist' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Data: Quinta-feira, 15 de Abril de 1999 16:16
Assunto: [FW1] Checkpoint working with certificates
>I'm currently considering using checkpoint in conjunction with securid
>as a mechanism for supporting user authentication to the firewall.
>The user would telnet to the firewall and receive a prompt from securid.
>However, I would like to move away from telnet and start using smart card
>technology with embedded certs.
>Is there a way to use certificates instead for user authentication and have
>the firewall contact a CA ?
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