Re: IDS and Firewall on the same =but> POWERFULL BOX

Date: 08/03/01

Date: Fri, 03 Aug 2001 12:44:10 EDT
Subject: Re: IDS and  Firewall on the same =but> POWERFULL BOX
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short answer : if the box is down for any reason ( DoS, physical problem ... ), you lose BOTH of your network filters, leaving you quite naked .

I am sure there are quite more problems with this kind of deployment, but it's all that came to mind almost immediately . Of course, I may be wrong =)

Matthieu Huin

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