sriramv at ho.hclcomnet.co.in
Thu Mar 2 17:48:10 EST 2000
I have a project to complete. In the site we have implemented Checkpoint
Firewall 1 ver 4.1 on a NT box. On the other NT box we have Trend Enterprise
CVP server. Now the site runs IIS on the NT which also runs Check point.
They have a Linux box there which runs squid for corporate and dept. access.
Though people use checkpoint box as their gateway, for clients only Linux
exists and this forwards all the requests to checkpoint. I should be in a
position to put some kind of product such as websense. Once I have something
like websense for Linux, I can map this websense like product which runs on
Linux from the Checkpoint box for any outbound connection and do the
filtering at that point.
From: jenn at simegen.com <jenn at simegen.com>
To: techtalk at linuxchix.org <techtalk at linuxchix.org>
Date: Thursday, March 02, 2000 4:40 PM
Subject: Re: [techtalk] IPCHAINS
>> url filtering which can be integrated with check point.
>So websense is url filtering (in a Net Nanny sense?) .. so .. what's
>check point? Is it necessary for you to have check point (whatever it
>is) in your URL filter?
>Sorry. I can't help if I don't know these things.
> Humans are the only species to feed and house entirely separate species
> for no reason other than the pleasure of their company. Why?
>jenn at simegen.com Jenn Vesperman http://www.simegen.com/~jenn/
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