Do any of you out there believe in a LINUX firewall implementation as a
viable resource? My network is currently NT based, but I don't wish to
devote EVERYTHING to Microsquash.
What I am looking for is some good resources I can review for detailed
plans about setting up and installing a LINUX firewall option.
Also, does the LINUX option allow for any subnet routing? I, unfortunately,
am stuck with using MSMPR to do the routing between subnets (actually, 2
separate, legal Class C Licenses).
Whatever any of you can provide in my quest for a better option than
MSPROXY would be greatly appreciated.
PS: I think we are all professional, and mature enough, not to have to
blatantly flame everyone whom asks a simple question. Remember, there was a
time that YOU were just a new to the technology as THEM.
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