Re: which firewall is the best for my network-home
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 12:51:16 +0800
"Leythos" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> email@example.com says...
>> can anyone please help me with the purchase of the best firewall for
>> home based business-small. and the best wireless connection and/or
>> system? i am in a rual area and only get about 5mbp/sec!!!! linksys
>> 802.11b please help!! e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
> We need more information:
> 1) Do you have any servers that people access from the internet?
> 2) Do you host your own email server in your network?
> 3) Do you need people to connect to your network via VPN?
> If you don't have any inbound connections, then you could go as cheap as
> a simple NAT device and an Access Point, or you could purchase a real
> SOHO firewall appliance (about $500) and an Access Point.
> I suggest the separate Access Point so that you can change it out as
> technology changes, or in case of a failure.
I'm totally stumped. Are you saying that in rural area some places have 5MB
PER SERCOND connection?! (hence my question earlier)
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