Matthew Cable writes...
> =Product Name:
> =Informational URL:
> =Pricing URL:
> =Pricing Info:
> =Standard Services (proxies, standalone):
> =Degree of User Configuration allowed (eg, can I add new services easily):
> =Management Methods (gui, command line, etc):
I definitely want to see a full list of what services application level
firewall proxies are able to support, and how sophisticated they can do it.
For example, FTP. Can I let anyone in my organization go ftp anything
from any site that passes a rule check, using their regular ftp client?
Also when listing management methods, please be sure to list all the
choices. Some of us prefer editing files so we can see the overall logic
that has been configured and can easily do things like rearrange the
order of things... stuff not easy, if even possible, with GUI.
Also, can configurations be saved as a file or package of files, for the
purpose of backup? Suppose the hardware goes belly up, and new hardware
and software is now in place. Can you get the original configuration back
on the machine and on the air in 5 minutes?