I'm in my LAN segment , my desktops IP is x.x.x.x ; and I'm telneting to router A with its IP y.y.y.y from x.x.x.x .Now telnet session is established between x.x.x.x and y.y.y.y I want to telnet to router B with its ip addr
z.z.z.z, from router A with IP
The chain is
DESKTOP >(Telnet)> Router A >(TELNET)> Router B.
My setup is like this:
x.x.x.xis on LAN seg and in inside zone of firewall
y.y.y.yis on remote side and I've route to it.
z.z.z.zis my real goal
y.y.y.y as proxy to reach
z.z.z.z but problem is that, while I directly telnet to
x.x.x.x, logs gets generated in firewall
a.a.a.a which is between
z.z.z.z. That's why I'm using
y.y.y.y as proxy and this session gets less attention.
My question is while I'm having cascaded connection to
x.x.x.x and intermediate router is
y.y.y.y, will the firewall look at this session and will come to know that this cascaded session and desktops end connecting node is
z.z.z.z which is imp ip addr for org. Does telnet session has any fields or flags or src & dst addr fields which might tell firewall that this is cascaded session? I've checked from my desktop its showing telnet conn established between
y.y.y.y while actually I'm accessing