Just when we are all getting a warm snug feeling with TCP/IP, Windows NT
jumps out to hit us over the head with its TCP/IP - IPX - NetBios
Given the ease with which it is possible to do IP spoofing with
commercially available software and a publicly available sniffer,
I wonder what can be done to effectively firewall two Windows NT servers
that each live in a different network but share a common user population
between the two networks.
The firewall would have to handle authentication, file and print services
and rpc calls.
Which vendors, if any, supply a firewall with these capabilities for
Windows NT servers?
Sick Puppy, the Cat_Eating_Dawg
Photonic & Tachyonic Systems Engineer
of the Stealth Starship Dark Matter
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