Cisco PIX or GN-1000
Date: 15 Dec 2003 04:32:27 -0800
I currently have a GB-1000 from GTA as my firewall, due to increasing
support costs etc I am looking to change from GB-1000 and get a Cisco
PIX 501 instead. Are these better?
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