Re: appliance firewall

Thad Floryan wrote:
On May 7, 10:45 pm, ToddAndMargo <ToddAndMa...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Firewall/NAT/router/port forwarding. But it must be a *real* firewall.
NAT *is not* a firewall.

Then you might want this kind of product:


I've installed 100s over the years and not one has even been
compromised. Current home/SOHO model is TZ180; my TZ170 has
provided years of infallible service.

Their PRO series work great for medium-sized companies.

Thank you!

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