Re: [fw-wiz] IPv6 support in firewalls



Well, i guess routing modem or whatever access device will be
used for ipv6 connectivity will do some firewalling by default
as current NAT boxes do.

On Mon, Aug 27, 2007 at 03:55:15PM -0500, Behm, Jeffrey L. wrote:
Then the game is already lost, on the home computing front,
and the implication of this thread is that there will be even
more devices at home connected to the Internet in the future
("PC, mobile phone, fridge, coffee machine"). Not a pretty
outlook.

At least with a NAT device (at this point in Internet history),
the home-user has a better chance of remaining "un-hacked"
than they would if they hooked their PC directly up to the
Internet w/o such a device.

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