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Re: Hardware Firewall recommendations
From: "Kelly Keeton" <kellyrkeeton () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2007 17:54:57 -0800
dont know if your budget is in the realm, but Secure Computing
Sidewinders are layer7 and do a lot that is real nice for people that
dont keep 100 security appliances around.
On Nov 30, 2007 8:52 AM, Tremaine Lea <tremaine () gmail com> wrote:
Any decent firewall/router should be capable of what you are
requiring, from entry level cisco routers to Checkpoint to Juniper to
Sonicwall to... the list is pretty long ;)
If the only requirement is being able to handle/configure two wan
links and basic ACL's, you have a lot of options and can choose any
relatively mainstream firewall and base your decision primarily on cost.
If there are other needs such as IDS/IPS, VPN support, QoS, vlan's
etc, that will narrow the field a little bit.
Network Security Consultant
"Paranoia for hire"
On 30-Nov-07, at 4:22 AM, Chris [HORIZONsolutions] wrote:
I'm investigating the purchase of a hardware firewall. I'm hoping
people here could point me in the right direction, if not give
I've got two separate connections, one to a individual server and
one to a small LAN of several servers. The need for the two separate
incoming pipes is because we're billed individually for the
bandwidth usage. I would rather buy one box that can handle both of
these connections instead of two boxes, mainly to ease the
administration but this isn't essential.
This should make sense, thanks,