Can anyone tell me if it true that by putting an IP/IPX gateway between your
internal IPX lan and your internet server, you can prevent _all_ attacks to
your system from the outside (the internet)? Seem too simple to me, but some
folks at my company insist that this is true. What about IPX packets
wrapped in an IP layer? (assuming this can be done) Then when the IP layer
is stripped off at the gateway couldn't the IPX parkets contain info to
inflict damage to the internal network, at say the Novell server?