I don't doubt this can be built, but I DO wonder how well the firewall was
able to keep up with the load. Do you have any info on the performance?
On Tue, 1 Oct 1996, John J McMahon wrote:
> Dr. Bill Hancock wrote:
> > (edited)
> > FYI, there were two refereed papers on high-speed firewalls
> > delivered at the April 1996 InterOP show in Las Vegas...
> FYI -
> The Firewall in the NOC at Interop Las Vegas and Atlanta
> this year was partially on ATM. I can't speak for the Las
> Vegas design (I didn't build it), but the Atlanta design was
> a three interface system consisting of:
> - 10 Mbps Ethernet - Inside Interface 1
> - 155 Mbps ATM (LANE) - Inside Interface 2
> - 100 Mbps FDDI - Outside Interface
> The base system was a Sun SparcStation 20, running SunOS 4.1.4
> and TIS Gauntlet 3.1.1. The FDDI and ATM boards came from
> John "FuzzFace" McMahon
> Gauntlet Internet Firewall Technical Support
> Support: gauntlet-support @
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> Pennsic XXV: Cry Havoc... And let slip the golf carts of War...
Is this a comment on the "new affluence" of SCA members in the
information age? :)