Running SMB at a different port number

David Collier-Brown davecb at Canada.Sun.COM
Thu Feb 11 15:41:12 GMT 1999

On Thu, 11 Feb 1999, Chris Smith wrote:
> >you could always write a small redirector running on port 139, in perl.
Dan Kaminsky wrote:
> He doesn't want stuff traveling over the wire on the wrong port.  The only
> way to do that is to redirect before it reaches the wire--

	Have a look at how skip runs on a win95 box: it's loaded
	as a MS "protocol", and takes everything that comes out of
	the TCP/IP protocol and encrypts it before passing it
	to the lower layers.   (Yet another wedgie (:-))

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