[TriLUG] [OT] Firewall recomendations
jason at oldos.org
Tue Apr 24 17:26:20 EDT 2007
OpenBSD is great, as long as you have the knowledge to admin it. We're
using oBSD to route an avg. of 40MBit of traffic (peaks to 80MBit) on
a couple of cheap dell boxes in a failover situation.
On 4/24/07, Chris Bullock <cgbullock at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Cisco ASA vs OpenBSD?
> Had an interesting trip to Cisco briefing center a few weeks back and they
> we telling me that the difference between Cisco and OpenBSD was that
> OpenBSD only did port level packet inspection, where Cisco ASA devices do
> *deep* packet inspection. Is Cisco feeding me bs or is this true, that
> being said, is OpenBSD as "secure" as it says it is?
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