From: James Raaymakers MCSE (jamesraa@pacbell.net)
Date: 02/04/03

From: "James Raaymakers MCSE" <jamesraa@pacbell.net>
Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2003 09:19:37 -0800

http://www.labmice.net, nice site and diehard Microsoft
fans, members of popular Microsoft webrings, but the site
is running on Simple Secure Web Server 1.1 instead of IIS
5.0. Well at least they do use Front Page.

James Raaymakers

>-----Original Message-----
> The Linksys will protect your network very well,
especially if you
>do not open any ports on it into your network. The two
other must dos are to
>use a good antivirus that also scans all emails and keep
it up to date and
>check MS update for any critical updates on a regular
basis - at least one a
>week. Here is a good link for more tips. --- Steve
>"Greg Hampton" <HampGf01@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> To All:
>> I recently just got a broadband connection and I am
wondering what are
>> good ways to lock down my system from intrusion from
the internet and
>> monitor my internal network. I am using a Linksys
EtherFast 4-Port
>> Cable/DSL Router - (BEFSR41) with two Win2K pro's
sharing that broadband
>> connection. I am looking for a cheap/affordable yet
effective solution.
>> Thanks,
>> Greg