Re: SP2 Firewall vs. Zone Alarm?
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2005 11:46:17 GMT
> Ken wrote:
>> Jason Edwards wrote:
>> > If you really want to control outbound connections then get yourself a
>> > proper external firewall/proxy box.
>> > I don't mean a $50 NAT box.
>> Could you recommend one? Or post a URL to an article, FAQ or review
>> about them?
>> Thanks for the tips!
> you might want to check out the Linux-Bering firewall. It uses
> Shorewall, boots from a floppy, and runs on just about any crappy old
> machine with 2 network cards in it. You can find it on sourceforge.
The person is asking for a Windows based solution and has a NAT router is
What good would the above do?
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