I need to setup a restricted external access to file shares on the network.
Thing is, there are some sensible files that require to be hidden when someone connects from the (eventual) VPN.
Mac OS X server 10.5, up-to-date Open Directory + Samba + Kerberos Various windows and mac os clients, no older than XP or 10.5 as far as I've been told.
My idea, from the start, was to setup the VPN so that it will allocate IP addresses from another subnet, route the subnets together using the firewall, and block incoming access to some folders using Samba's rules, and let the system apply the relevant ACL for the remaining folders.
Is it possible to do such a thing using AFP share points, and combine all the greatness together from the potential VPN, Open Directory, and all, to prevent access from the outside? If so, how?