> You're looking for the NSC equipment, i.e. BorderGuard.
> check out www.network.com and look at security stuff.
> Subject: Gauntlet 3.1 Packet Filter?
> Date: Monday, February 12, 1996 2:00PM
> Does Gauntlet 3.1 packet filter in the conventional sense (permit / deny
> source / destination)? Or it is purely a application level proxy services
> If I have IP traffic for which there is no proxy for, how can I control
> this traffic without writing a custom proxy?
> If it does packet-filter, how (well) are the proxy "rules" integrated with
> the packet-filtering "rules"?
> I checked out the TIS web sight and could not find any specific statments
> toward "yes, it packet filters".
Don't forget to mention that your BorderGuard product is simply a
packet filtering mechanism.