At 12:51 PM 11/27/96 +0000, Dave Roberts wrote:
>On Tue, 26 Nov 1996, David Helms wrote:
>> That "State-Sharing" protocol was announced as a feature of the V3.0
>> release of FireWall-1.
>How does the software share the state information? ie what kind of
>protocol over what kind of medium. Is it encrypted and/or authenticated?
sharing session state is very complex problem. We support failover in the
PIX FW, which is of the same mind-set has HSRP. We have some ideas on
sharing state, but as you have pointed out that is a very complex issue.
couple this is with user authenticationand the issue becomes bigger...
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