At 01:19 PM 1/15/97 -0800, Jarn Calubiran wrote:
> I apologize beforehand if I missed a discussion on this but most
>of the things I've been hearing from this list concern protecting the
>network from the outside. How about protecting the network from the inside
>in the case where you have dial-up lines into your network. I am aware
>that some dial-up servers perform strong authentication but what if you
>really want the dial-up access to be essentially "isolated" from the
>network. How is this implemented.
> Thanks in advance...
Convential wisdom indicates that dial-up access is located adjacent to
the internal network, behind the firewall, and security is provided by
authorization, authentication, one-time passwords, and perhaps even
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