According to Garry Garrett:
>What I have seen has been a seperate firewall for each vendor that
>you deal with. Of course, this was at a company that had a bunch
>of Sparc ELC and SLCs laying around which, had they not had a use
>as firewalls, would have been employed as door stops. :-) These
>particular models are Black & White and are somewhat limited in
>how far the memory can be expanded (16MB for the SLC, somewhat
>higher for the ELC) which was not too nice for running X-Windows, but
>for a firewall that people telnet (at most) into is plenty of memory.
Actually, these guys make pretty good X-terminals. Especially if you
use Solaris 2.x Xsun which has the built in DPS extension. With not
too much squeezing you can get about 8Meg free on a 16Meg SLC
Xterminal, more if you want to prune the modules loaded.
Brett Lymn, Computer Systems Administrator, AWA Defence Industries
"It's fifteen hundred miles to Ankh-Morpork" he said. "We've got
three hundred and sixty three elephants, fifty carts of forage, the
monsoon's about to break and we're wearing ... we're wearing ... sort
of things, like glass, only dark... dark glass things on our eyes..."
- Terry Pratchett "Moving Pictures".