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Publish eDock to the NET
  Posted by  Pieter Doorewaard  on Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 8:46:45 AM (EST)
I know I'm looking Stupid again. First off, what is the encryption strength of eDock server?

Stupid question, but I swear I have no idea what to do - the manual does not give enough info on how to do this: How do I get eDock to be browseable on the Internet? I mean, according to Software602 (they are right as well) eDock can be browseable to anyone who has an internet connection. But how do you publish it on the net if you're only running LAN Suite 2004 and not IIS or any other major servers?
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 11:24:42 AM (EST)
Encryption strenght is based on the encryption method you use...

http://support.software602.com/kb/view.aspx?articleID=362

The encryption method in the web client is based on SSL, so it's whatever key strength you use there.

As far as setting it up to work over the Internet, you have to have a web server. LAN SUITE 2004 has just such an animal, so you really just need to enable the web server and then go to your public IP address/edock..

http:///edock/
  Posted by Pieter Doorewaard  on Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 11:51:06 AM (EST)
1. Ok, I get the browser encryption part. That's easy to check. But what strengthe does, say 602 encryption use?

2. Ok, the whole http:///edock thing I get. I use it that way to work edock on the internal network. But what if I want someone from outside my network to connect to edock and test it out for me? Do I need to set up all the DNS settings and all that kind of stuff normally associated with normal web pages?
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