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Subject: Re:FireWall for Dial-In Users
From: Super-User <atm @ server . netcore . ca>
Date: Wed, 24 Dec 1997 14:57:29 -0500 (EST)
To: Mike . Skala @ zool . AirTouch . COM
Cc: firewalls @ GreatCircle . COM
In-reply-to: <88256575 . 0059D2B5 . 00 @ notes . airtouch . com>

Is someone playing with the list? ....  I have received this and about 4 
others, twice or more.  

On Mon, 22 Dec 1997 Mike .
 Skala @
 zool .
 AirTouch .
 COM wrote:

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> Mike Skala @
 AIRTOUCH
> 12/22/97 08:33 AM
> 
> You might consider:
> 
> 1.  Having your dial-in modem bank, modem pool, or access switch, whichever
> you use, outside the firewall.
> 2.  Having a terminal server on the inside of the firewall.
> 3.  Configuring your firewall to restrict/allow dial-in traffic through the
> firewall, but only between the switch and the server.
> 4.  Inbound traffic is only allowed to the terminal server from the switch
> and outbound is only allowed to the switch from the terminal.  Additional
> access control,  routing control, and net management at the terminal server
> and switch would prevent unauthorized traffic from entering/leaving your
> network.
> 
> 


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