Whe we test, some firewalls, i was test Border Manager. It is not only a firewall, it have some others features. The cool thing in Border Manager is run over netware, if u use netware in your network will be more simply to administrate your users. Other way, Novell never did a firewall, that is the first one.
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Does anyone have any first-hand experience with Novell's Bordermanager as a
firewall? We are in the process of selecting a firewall product, and one
vendor is going to propose Bordermanager. I have to admit, I was a little
surprised. I was expecting IBM Firewall (because we're an AIX shop),
Checkpoint, Cisco PIX, etc., but not Bordermanager. I tended to equate
that product with MS Proxy Server.
We have a 400-desktop enterprise with eight Frame-Relay connected remote
sites, and are looking for a firewall solution for the entire enterprise.
In addition, we are in a rapid growth mode, and predict doubling in size
both in number of desktops and number of WAN-connected sites by year-end.
Any thoughts anyone has would be appreciated.
MAPCO Coal, Inc.