A whole bunch of headaches. I used to work for a company that had NSC
routers implemented, besides shoddy code, ridiculous support and routers
that just didn't function according to the basic thoeries of routing, they
didn't have too bad of a product. ;-)
At 03:00 PM 5/30/97 -0700, Bill Stout wrote:
>NSC Firewalls were recommended by a consulting firm for a customer. From
>what I can determine from their website so far, BorderGuard/NetSentry
>products are basically filtering routers, not firewalls. So far I don't see
>a difference between NSC BorderGuard and normal Cisco routers' capability to
>do extended filtering and VPNs.
>What am I missing? Comments?
>Bill Stout (Systems Engineer/Consultant) stoutb @
>Pioneer Standard (Computer Systems & Components) http://www.pios.com/
>San Jose, CA (Location of 1 of 52 U.S. offices) (408) 954-9100
>*My opinions do not reflect that of the company, and visa-versa, thankfully.*