Re: Questions from a newbie




"Prickle" <prick@somewherecom> wrote in message
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> Thanks for all the responses .... Need to get to grips with encryption and
> which ports to block
>

Well if you have a personal FW on the machines, then I would use static
IP(s) on the router for the NIC(s) wired or wireless and block all other
IP(s) but those static LAN IP(s) with the FW(s). That's if you're going to
be doing file sharing between machines.

Duane :)


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