com (Shabbir J Safdar) writes:
|To go along with these, there is a PC which acts as a "Network Security
|Center". You can either buy the software with the PC or without. The
|NSC with PC is $12,900, and $10,500 without.
How difficult would it be to integrate such capebilities into existing
And a more general question: are there any documents describing how such
things work? Also can hosts which use such a firewall to connect to a
certain remote site still use regular IP to connect to other sites (so, for
instance, I use secure NFS to connect to another campus but don't care about
security with other sites so I can talk FTP/telnet/whatever easely to "forgien"
sites on the Internet?) (does the previous question make sense at all? :)
Thanks for the summery.
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