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It's nice for very small applications, IMHO. I set it up on a four
user network (modem share) but that's about as far as it reliably
goes... (ergo you can do more but you'll wish you hadn't.:-)) I've
found problems with it and NT, and getting ftp logins to work,
without ripping the Not Tough system out of the wall and braining
Wingate creators and Bill Gates with it.
IMHO, there are a heck of alot of other, better, easier ways to get
the job done.
At 04:03 PM 12/8/97 RST, you wrote:
>Does anybody have expirience with software product named "Wingate"?
It seems to
>be something like cheap entry-level firewall system for Windows 95
>People often do ask me if they need a "real" firewall or Wingate is
>them. So the questions are how good is it from the viewpoint of
>b) control and monitoring features
>c) protocol support
>Thanks for any info.
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> CU in Hell .......... Arkan#iD |_ o _||_| _||_| / _| | o
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