Michael D. Ferioli writes:
>You have an internal network protected by both a packet filtering router and
>a dual homed proxy gateway. You introduce a video conferencing package that
>runs over the Internet that uses 6 UDP ports. One port is static and
>listens (a la FTP) then 6 UDP ports over 1000 are setup. What are the options?
I'm interested in solutions to this problem as well, though I'm more flexible -
what type of firewall solution would be best for this type of
application? Off the top of my head I would guess that one of the
packet filtering products that maintains state information would do the job
(Firewall-1 comes to mind), but can these handle opening up for more than
one (in this case 6) outgoing ports based on one incoming request?
Stephen Goldstein steveg @
Disclaimer: That's not what I said.
From: Michael Ferioli - D&D Consulting <ferioli @