Re: [fw-wiz] Firewall scaling







it depends very much what the traffic pattern for those users is.
it's not that hard to generate 32k connections with 100 pcs :)

Right, especially if you have dorms full of college students running
bittorrent.

Jason Mishka - "I'm like a Subway in a land of McDonalds..."

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