>Has anybody had experience using the ON Guard firewall products. Either
>good or bad?
>Is there any better package for roughly the same price, or even cheaper?
I got one of their free demos, and was not particularly impressed.
Among the sillier features:
You're stuck using a windows machine with their proprietary software
to configure/administer it. Worse yet, this machine _must_ be on the
same network segment as the firewall. Kind of annoying for some
Any change to the firewall configuration requires a reboot of the
device. While it is rebooting, your internet access is cut off
completely. Obviously not intended for serious use.