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Re: Nortel Contivity 2600
From: misiu <misiu_ () gmx de>
Date: Tue, 06 Sep 2005 11:14:18 +0200

Dario Ciccarone (dciccaro) schrieb:
Putting the device in question behind the firewall isn't going to help
him with DoS attacks - unless those attacks are due to malformed
packets, _and_ the firewall in question drops the type of malformed
packets that would trigger the DoS.


Hmm, but if malformed packs come, is it not much better to set it behind an IPS? Firewall is not allways the right thing to protect, i guess.
I don't really understand why Nat is not working....
The Adresses of the tunnel are not encrypted, do they might have a checksum wich is altered through a NAT device?

Do I see this right?

misiu

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