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IP Filter Based Firewalls HOWTO  11 March 2000 
Source: Brendan Conoboy - Posted by Team   
IP Filter is a neat little firewall package. It does just about everything other free firewalls (ipfwadm, ipchains, ipfw) do, but it's also portable and does neat stuff the others don't. This document is intended to make some . . .
Using the Mason Firewall Builder  08 March 2000 
Source: William Sterns on LinuxMo - Posted by Team   
Using the Mason firewall tool, you can easily construct a packet filtering firewall. Mason constructs a firewall for you by listening on your network for normal data and building the rules accordingly. . . .
LWN reviews two firewalling books  28 February 2000 
Source: Linux Weekly News - Posted by Team   
Linux Weekly News gives mostly a thumbs down to Linux Firewalls as well as Building Linux and OpenBSD Firewalls. Read their review to learn of some good points, as well as the bad. "Here we review two Linux firewalling . . .
An Introduction to Using Linux as a Multipurpose Firewall  24 February 2000 
Source: Linux Journal - Posted by Team   
This Linux Journal article describes the process of configuring a PC to become a firewall. It includes information on using the Linux Router Project, ipchains, and securing your PC to be used with a cable modem or DSL . . .
Firewall and Load Balancer Combination  31 January 2000 
Source: Network Computing - Posted by Team   
When if comes to maintaining a network with mulitiple high availability servers load balancing can become a critical issue. Load balancing not only offers the ability to distribute a large number of requests over multiple servers, but can . . .
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