At 11:30 AM 11/3/95 -0500, Bob Russo wrote:
>My mailer told me that someone posted the following:
>>what are people using for software. we feel that gauntlet is a unix based
>>software product and we have very little unix knowledge. our network is either
>>pc/mac or ibm mainframe (VM/ESA). we do have a couple of applications on unix
>>but only 1 person to staff this area. a gateway application running on a unix
>>platform wouldn't be bad if it were a database application, requiring little
>>to no knowledge of unix.
A firewall, such as our Gauntlet Internet Firewall, does not require UNIX
expertise, or even much UNIX knowledge. ANY connection to the Internet
requires knowledge of IP networks, especially DNS and SMTP.