Ty Gast wrote:
> We have done some work with it. It's a relatively strong firewall but =
> is lacking in some areas. For instance, it doesn't support =
> transparencies. Also, authentication procedures for coming inside from =
> the outside are limited to just one method (tokens)... you cannot use =
> other methods such as username/passwords (as if you would), or s/key. =
> The interface uses a web browser (just like SATAN). Fairly easy to set =
> up and get started, too.
In keeping with general mailing list policy, I'm not going to say much.
If you want more info, go to
Just to clarify, however, version 2.0 of the product (just out, phew!)
supports transparent proxies, and a whole slew of HHAs and s/key. Any
other questions, send them to me directly...
Dermot Tynan +353 91 754608
com DTN: 822-4608
Digital Equipment International BV, Galway, Ireland