On Sat, 17 Feb 1996, Shoel Perelman wrote:
Performance hasn't been a real problem although the fact that TIS
doesn't allow secure http to pass has started becoming a problem.
CERN's httpd has a patch to proxy SSL. Check the archives or hunt
around www.w3.org. Of course, you need to be running CERN's proxy, not
TIS', at least for SSL.
But you have to realize - ITS FREE!
Your time to do all this is not free, though perhaps the costs are less
readily apparent (depending on your time accounting.)
Has anybody had an y good or bad experiences with Intel based OS's
(Solaris, UnixWare, SCO, etc) ru nning TIS or other firewalls? I'd
like to hear about them...
Lots of folks are running on BSDI, the commercial version of 386BSD.
(Does Gauntlet -- TIS' commercial offering -- run on a modified BSDI
BTW, Shoel, your mail has one line per paragraph. Practically
impossible to read in certain situations.