My mailer thinks Brien Wheeler said:
> > From: Colin Campbell <sgcccdc @
> > Date: Tue, 19 Mar 1996 09:55:25 +1000 (EST)
> > Subject: Re: Raptor Product and other comparison of firewalls
> > Hi,
> > Does not Raptor use a "generic service passer" connected to an httpd
> > (preferably caching) server for HTTP?
> > If this is true ...
> > In the test where was the httpd running?
> > Does the speed of Raptor then depend on the speed of the
> > box running the httpd?
> Raptor uses a dedicated HTTP application proxy to pass WWW traffic
> through the firewall. This can be configured to use an external caching
> server, or it can access and relay documents on its own. It is protocol-
> aware, and incorporates security/traffic limitation features based upon
> its knowledge of HTTP.
So what configuration was used to obtain the gret results from "the test"?
Was it pre-version 3.0 with a generic service passer or was it version 3.0
with the http proxy?