On Sun, 29 Dec 1996 13:05:24 -0500, you wrote:
>My company has a T1 to the Internet and a client that wants a T1 from their
>building to us so they can provide Internet access for their entire company
>which is on a frame relay wan. The client wants an Internet firewall, but
>physically at our location. I've been telling my boss it needs to be at
>their location (they already have purchased a Cisco router to use at their
>location) so all we would need is another CSU here and connect to the
>second port on our Cisco then put a bastion inside their Cisco. Otherwise -
>if we build it here we would need to add some kind of bridge or switch to
>make their segment (another Cisco) then the bastion but then how to go from
>the bastion to the CSU? and besides the screening function of the Cisco at
>their end would end up unused. Am I thinking about this clearly? Or am I
If you have a router to the Internet, and they connect via T1 to that
router as well, then the Firewall needs to be at their location
between them and their router...
Sean Higgins -- "Always count your advantages!"