At 08:32 PM 8/24/96 -0500, you wrote:
>The original mailer was probably refering to what seems to be a packetfilter
>utility in NT4.0 b2 (don´t know if it is in the release but I guess that
>somebody will correct me?
>You can setup filtering based on TCP and UDP ports and IP protocols.
this is what i was referring to. :>
>Does it work, no idea. Probably not since this is a beta but I woudn´t trust
>Microsoft for this thing. My memory is still remembering the "dot dot
>feature" in their FTP and IIS servers.
dot dot? explain..?
as far as working... i think it probably does a pretty good job (if u know
which ports u want/need to allow that is, as they are not listed anywhere
from ms) but my particular interest was preventing "icmp" floods, where ping
are sent continuously to kill a connection. what port are these pings sent
on? ping does not have it's own port, and i was curious as to which one it
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