To: KERRIGAN, PHILIP
Subject: Re: Solaris Internet Server Security
Date: Friday 17 May 1996 19.43
At 10:52 AM 5/17/96 -0400, you wrote:
>Here in Italy we have just received a fax from Sun promoting a special
>on Solaris Internet Server, comprising the Internet Server for Intel,
>Internet Gateway, and Solarnet WebScout/NT.
Mark Elliot wrote
If this is the Netra 3.0 (and it sounds as if it is), an IPX <->IP
function is included with it, thus IPX clients could access Internet
BTW, I don't think Sun was recommending using the Web server _concurrently_
for both internal and external purposes, although only they could answer
This is a special software only offer, I don't know what is included in
Incomplete quote from accompanying English documentation
The Solaris Internet Server can function as your commercial "store-front"
Web server ... At the same time, it may perform the duties of an Intranet
Web server... can be deployed as the gateway for PC workgroup access to the
public internet... By integrating seamlessly into existing heterogeneous
TCP/IP networks or Novell LANs... As a single point of Internet access, it
will save on excessive PC modem costs and provide an Intranet security
barrier using the optional Solstice Firewall-1.
Question. Just what can Firewall-1 do for a Novell user accessing the
Internet via this gateway/server?