Terri, The LDM doesn't use encrypted TCP connections. You could, however, encrypt (and possibly sign) the data-products at one end and decrypt (and possibly verify) them at the other. > Hello, > > I have this issue from one of my NCAR users: > > "I'm concerned that the data sent between GWC and NCAR using LDM > will be visible to potential hosts in between GWC and NCAR using some > eavesdropping technique. How is this prevented?" > > I tried looking for some documentation about this but have come up > empty-handed. I'm taking the ldm class in August, but until then I have > minimal experience other than installing it. > > The reason we are using ldm to transfer data between GWC and NCAR is > because it's the easiest way to get data through the NCAR firewall. Do > you have any ideas about protecting it from eavesdropping? > > Thank you, > Terri > > Terri Eads | IT Manager | Global Weather Corporation > 3309 Airport Rd, Boulder, CO 80301 USA | 303.407.4004 | address@hidden Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: HHB-843721 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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