[WEB SECURITY] Firewall recommendations

fizban at fizban.net fizban at fizban.net
Wed Jun 8 10:42:14 EDT 2005


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On Wed, Jun 08, 2005 at 09:04:51AM -0400, Jason Dixon wrote:
> If all you need is a single firewall system with no redundancy, use 
> whatever you're familiar with.  The best firewall is one you won't 
> screw up.  ;-)
I agree with you.
Personally I use Linux with iptables every time I have to build a
solution with only one machine and I don't need stateful failover.
But if I need a "stronger" solution with at least 2 machines I prefer OpenBSD

Just my 2 cents,
    Fizban
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