Linux firewalls: IT Manager's top picks

    Date15 Oct 2002
    CategoryFirewalls
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Linux firewalls--it's one of the hot topics for CIOs and IT managers at the moment. ZDNet Australia takes a look at some of the options available for IT departments. Monitoring traffic, configuration glitches, and decisions about which firewall to opt for--they are all issues facing Australia's IT managers. Here we feature some tips, reports and analysis about Linux firewalls.. . . Linux firewalls--it's one of the hot topics for CIOs and IT managers at the moment. ZDNet Australia takes a look at some of the options available for IT departments. Monitoring traffic, configuration glitches, and decisions about which firewall to opt for--they are all issues facing Australia's IT managers. Here we feature some tips, reports and analysis about Linux firewalls.

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